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  1. Frequently Asked Questions
    incentives for investment show allhide all what are the main incentives for the manufacturing and services sectors? there are 2 major tax incentives for the manufacturing and services sectors: pioneer status (ps) - income tax exemption of 70% - 100% of statutory income for 5 to 10 years. unabsorbed capital allowances and accu...
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  2. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
    incentives for investment show allhide all what are the main incentives for the manufacturing and services sectors? there are 2 major tax  incentives for the manufacturing and services sectors: pioneer status (ps) - income tax exemption of 70% - 100% of statutory income for 5 to 10 years. unabsorbed capital allowances and a...
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  3. Client Charter
    responding to all investment enquiries in a prompt and courteous manner disseminating accurate and up to-date information on investments assisting investors in the implementation of their projects we are committed to answer relevant enquiries, and to complete the evaluation of applications from the date of complete information received, within the stipulated time-frame as follows: ...
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  4. About MIDA
    vision the best partner to investors distinguished by the integrity and professionalism of its people incorporated as a statutory body under the malaysian industrial development authority (mida) act, the establishment of mida in 1967 was hailed by the world bank as "the necessary impetus for purposeful, positive and coordinated promotional action" for malaysia's industrial ...
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  5. Why Malaysia
    a dynamic business environment malaysia offers investors a dynamic and vibrant business environment with the ideal prerequisites for growth and profits. malaysia's key strengths include well-developed infrastructure and productive workforce. a politically stable country with a well-developed legal system, malaysia also provides attractive incentives for investors. supported by a market-oriente...
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  6. Supportive Government Policies
    a major factor that has attracted investors to malaysia is the government's commitment to maintain a business environment that provides companies with the opportunities for growth and profits. this commitment is seen in the government's constant efforts to obtain feedback from the business community through channels of consultation such as regular government-private sector dialogues. ...
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  7. Testimonials
    a 6  testimonials show allhide all academic medical centre sdn bhd academic medical centre sdn. bhd. in an initiative with the public-private partnership unit of the prime minister's department has established perdana university envisioned to be an education-research-healthcare hub for the region. perdana university is a world-c...
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  8. Avialite Sdn Bhd
    avialite sdn. bhd. was incorporated in nov 2004, when its first model prototype of low intensity led aviation light li-3280 took shape in a small research bench setting in kuala lumpur. the initial idea of manufacturing aviation obstruction lights in malaysia was sparked when marketing of imported aviation lights in malaysia become very difficult due to the increase in euro currency during the ear...
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  9. Pharmaceuticals
    the industry has invested substantially to upgrade itself in the last few years to meet the latest good manufacturing practices (gmp) requirements, in accordance with the domestic as well as international standards and regulations. currently the industry has the capacity to produce medicines in all dosage forms e.g. tablets (coated & non-coated), capsules (hard and soft gelatine), liquids, cr...
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  10. Resources
    a manufacturing sector downloadsforms and guidelines b services sector downloadsforms and guidelines c post licensing and post incentive applications downloadsforms and guidelines d funds / incentives under domestic direct investment (ddi) initiatives downloadsforms and guidelines e incentives for min...
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  11. Forms & Guidelines
    a manufacturing sector downloadsforms and guidelines b services sector downloadsforms and guidelines c tax incentives for green industry downloadsforms and guidelines d incentives under the malaysian budget 2016 downloadsforms and guidelines e incentives under the malaysian budget 2015 ...
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  12. Manufacturing Sector
    policies local company incorporated manufacturing license application no restriction on foreign equity ownership liberal expatriates employment policy free movement of funds for foreign investments in malaysia protection of intellectual property rights company tax rate 25% individual tax rate from 0% - 26%minimum conditions of employment under the employment act 1955 responsible ...
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  13. Forms & Guidelines for Manufacturing Sector
    aapplication for manufacturing license and/or pioneer status / investment tax allowance and/or expatriate posts definition of desirous for the granting of tax incentives under the promotion of investment act, 1986 for malaysian owned companies. guidelines new form ica/ja-1 (ed:1/9/2017)new manufacturing project new form ica/ja-2 (ed:1/9/2017)expansi...
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  14. Forms & Guidelines for Services Sector
    application for status and/or incentives and/or expatriate posts for selected services sub-sectors (definition of desirous for the granting of tax incentives under the promotion of investment act, 1986 for malaysian owned companies) guidelines aregional operations i.  principal hub guidelines checklist ...
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  15. Forms & Guidelines for Mines Wellness City
    mines wellness city (mwc) offers several tax incentives for its developer, managers and operators, as follows: mwc developers (guidelines) (form) a. income tax exemption of 100% on the statutory income derived from: the disposal of any right or rights over any land or disposal of a building or rights over a building or part of a building located i...
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  16. Services Sector
    the government has drawn up the framework for the new economic model to propel malaysia from a middle-income to a high-income economy based on innovation, creativity and high value sources of growth. under this model, efforts will be intensified to target and attract industries in which malaysia has strong foundations for new growth areas such as: education and training services healthcare ...
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  17. Taxation
    1 taxation in malaysia show allhide all income of any person including a company, accruing in or derived from malaysia or received in malaysia from outside malaysia is subject to income tax. however, with effect from year of assessment (ya) 2004, income received in malaysia from sources outside malaysia by any person other than a resident com...
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  18. Aerospace
    malaysia is at the forefront of several markets, including composites design and manufacturing; aircraft components design and manufacturing, avionics and systems design and manufacturing. currently, there are 8 companies involved in aircraft assembly, 28 companies in the manufacture of aircraft parts and components including ground support equipment, while more than 50 companies are involved...
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  19. Research and Development
    the malaysian government has put in place various incentives and grants towards encouraging companies in wide spectrum of industries to embark on r&d activities. such industries include electrical and electronics, machinery and equipment, chemical, medical and aerospace. mida, as the principal investment promotion agency of the country, has approved a total of 7 r&d projects with investments ...
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  20. Textiles and Textile Products
    in 2016, the textiles and textile products industry was the tenth largest export earner with rm13.9 billion, contributing approximately 1.8 per cent to malaysia’s total exports of manufactured goods. the usa, japan, and turkey were malaysia’s top three export destinations. the usa remained as the leading export market for malaysian textiles products, with 16 per cent of the industry’s t...
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  21. Hospitality
    malaysia's tourism sector has been identified as one of the major contributors to the nation’s economic success. over the years, the sector has achieved many significant milestones, at both local and international fronts. in addition to being ranked among the top 10 tourist destinations in the world, malaysia has also been recognised as the world’s 5th best shopping destination by expedia...
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  22. Green Technology
    renewable energymalaysia is emphasizing greater importance for renewable energy (re) generation through specifically formulated policies and initiatives to spur the growth of the sector as a major step towards green economy. other than the feed-in-tariff (fit) mechanism, the net energy metering (nem) and large scale solar (lss) photovoltaic plant schemes were introduced in 2016 to boost re ge...
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  23. e-Newsletter
    mida newsletter - aug 2017 issue less developed areas incentive: towards a state of equality malaysia, which consists of 13 states and 3 federal territories, has a rich presence of natural resources and a proven record of economic performance. while some states have continuously topped the list of recipients for investments, other...
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  24. Immigration Procedures
    1 entry requirements show allhide all passport or travel documents all persons entering malaysia must possess valid national passports or other internationally recognised travel document valid for travelling to malaysia. these documents must be valid for at least six months from the date of entry into malaysia. those with passport...
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  25. Workforce for Industry
    1 malaysia's workforce malaysia offers the investor a diligent, disciplined, educated and trainable labour force. malaysian youths who enter the labour market would have undergone at least 11 years of school education i.e. up to secondary school level, and are therefore easy to be trained in new skills. to cater to the manufacturing sector's expanding demand for t...
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  26. Banking, Finance & Exchange Administration
    1 financial system show allhide all the malaysian financial system comprises of a diversified range of institutions to serve the increasingly more varied and complex needs of the domestic economy. the financial system consists of the conventional financial system and the islamic financial system which co-exists and operates in parallel. ...
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  27. Environmental Management
    1 policy show allhide all to promote environmentally sound and sustainable development, the malaysian government has established the legal and institutional framework for environmental protection. investors are encouraged to consider the environmental factors during the early stages of their project planning. aspects of pollution control include possible modificati...
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  28. Infrastructure Support
    1 map covering major infrastructure 2 industrial land show allhide all industrial estates malaysia has over 200 industrial estates or parks developed by government agencies, namely, the state economic development corporations (sedcs), regional development authorities (rdas), port authorities and municipalities. in addition t...
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  29. Incentives in Manufacturing Sector
    incentives for investment in selected industries machinery and equipment machine tools, material handling equipment, robotic and factory automation equipment and modules and components for machine tools, material handling equipment and robotic and factory automation equipment. specialised machinery and equipment specialised pro...
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  30. Incentives in Services Sector
    incentives for investments show allhide all incentives in services sector in malaysia, tax incentives, both direct and indirect, are provided for in the promotion of investments act 1986, income tax act 1967, customs act 1967, sales tax act 1972, excise act 1976 and free zones act 1990. these acts cover investments in the manufacturing, agriculture, tourism (in...
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  31. Hitachi
    since its initial investment in 1971, hitachi has so far invested about rm730 million in malaysia. the hitachi group in malaysia currently operates 22 manufacturing facilities and hires 18,000 local employees. this places malaysia as one of hitachi's most important manufacturing bases.factors which drew us to malaysia include the well-developed infrastructure in the country's industrial parks, esp...
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  32. Lucas
    back in 1981, i was part of a team evaluating the setting up of an offshore manufacturing facility to support our then uk parent company with a low-cost manufacturing base for automotive electrical and electronic products. lucas, at that time, chose malaysia due to its stable political and financial reputation, coupled with the government's liberal foreign equity policies and tax incentive...
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  33. Panasonic Industrial
    panasonic industrial company (m) sdn bhd started its operations in malaysia in 1996 providing marketing, sales and services of electronic components and factory automation services to malaysian electronic manufacturers. our products are for the export and domestic markets. as a company representing the panasonic group, all our products are obtained from other panasonic subsidiaries and f...
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  34. Philips
    royal philips electronics of the netherlands is one of the world's biggest electronics companies, as well as the largest in europe, with 159,709 employees in over 60 countries and sales amounting to euro 30.4 billion in 2005. philips has had a presence in malaysia since the late 1930's. the business activities of the philips group of companies in malaysia at that time included manufactur...
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  35. Samsung
    samsung has invested close to us$1.2 billion in malaysia, making this the largest offshore investment for us and a true testimony of this country's supportive environment for our business.as an investor, we have enjoyed tax incentives, an efficient and developed infrastructure, and a quality labour force - factors which have contributed to the viability of our business in malaysia. samsung is enco...
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  36. Top Glove Group
    top glove was established in 1991 in malaysia and has grown leaps and bounds to become the world’s largest rubber glove manufacturer. today, top glove with its annual production capacity of 40 billion pieces of gloves, exports to 1,000 customers in over 185 countries. malaysia remains to be the location of our manufacturing hub, a true testimony of this country's supportive environment for our ...
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  37. Toray
    toray industries inc., japan, is a chemical conglomerate with diversified businesses worldwide. in malaysia, the toray group has been a pioneer partner in the country's industrial development, since 1971. toray's investment in malaysia represents one of the company's major investments outside japan."more than 35 years ago, toray group was one of the pioneer corporations to set-up its operatio...
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  38. Methods of Conducting Business in Malaysia
    1 methods of conducting business in malaysia in malaysia, a business may be conducted:- by an individual operating as a sole proprietor by two (2) or more (but not more than 20) persons in a partnershipby a limited liability partnership (llp) by a locally incorporated company or by a foreign company (i.e. branch office) registered under the provisions of the comp...
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  39. Regional Operations
    the government offers various incentives and assistance to investors to set up the following business support service operations in malaysia:- principal hub treasury management centre (tmc) regional/representative offices branch offices regional operations...
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  40. Research & Development in Services Sector
    malaysia offers a wide range of incentives and financial assistance to attract investments in r&d activities. r&d includes r&d company, r&d contract company and in-house r&d and r&d status company. the promotion of investment act, 1986 defines research and development (r&d) as "any systematic or intensive study carried out in the field of science or technology with the objective of using the ...
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  41. Aurum Healthcare
    aurum healthcare serves the hospitals, clinical laboratories and distributors in the medical device industry. the company is constantly engaging the industry and healthcare professionals to improve its medical devices, ensuring that the customers continue to have access to safe, cost-effective and high quality medical devices. aurum healthcare stands for gold  standard in healthcare...
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  42. Kaneka Corporation
    at present, kaneka corporation has a total of 23 overseas subsidiaries, some of which are situated in belgium, the united states, singapore, malaysia, china, taiwan, australia, india and vietnam, with total employees of over 8,600 staff worldwide. kaneka’s operations in malaysia began with the establishment of kaneka (malaysia) sdn. bhd. in august 1995 in gebeng industrial estate, kuant...
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  43. Taylor's Schools
    with a heritage of more than six decades, taylor's schools provide world-class education for more than 5,600 students from 60 nations. taylor's schools are renowned for their teaching excellence and commitment to educate the youth of the world to take their productive place as leaders in the global community. the mida investment tax allowance (ita) incentive has been invaluable in provi...
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  44. Petrofac Malaysia
    after more than fifteen years of operation, petrofac decided to widen its horizon to malaysia. petrofac malaysia actively operates and partakes in oil and gas production since 2006 with mandate given by the government and petronas. its main role is to assist in establishing the oil and gas resources in the country with tax incentives and allowing skilled foreign experts to work hand in ha...
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  45. Non-Metallic Mineral Industry
    the industry was malaysia’s 15th largest exporter for the period of january- december 2016, accounting for rm5.6 billion of the country’s total manufactured exports or approximately 0.7 per cent of malaysia’s total exports of manufactured goods.major exports included mineral products (rm2.3 billion); glass and glassware (rm1.9 billion) as well as clay construction materials and refact...
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  46. Tourism and Travel Related Services
    tourism and travel related services is divided into four (4) sub-sectors namely:  hotels and restaurants (including catering);  travel agencies and tour operators services;  tourist guides services; and  other tourism services.tourism activities are part of more general services activities -- most notably many transport services, certain business serv...
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  47. Invest in Malaysia
    introduction as the execution agency for the nation’s investment agenda, mida focuses on generating quality investments in new and emerging technologies that are necessary to become a high income nation. mida is also looking at ways to rebrand malaysia’s image as a centre for high technology and global activities.  to meet the national investment agenda, mida has been tasked with enha...
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  48. Tax Incentives for Green Industry
    1. green technology incentive includes more qualifying activities to strengthen the development of green technology, the government will continue to provide incentives in the form of investment tax allowance for the purchase of green technology assets and income tax exemption for the use of green technology services and system. the incentives which were announced in budget 2014...
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  49. Incentives Under 2016 Budget
    a incentives for waste eco parks guidelines form wep-d/ja waste eco park (developers) form wep-m/ja waste eco park (managers) form ica/ja-1 waste eco park (operators) b independent conformity assessment bodies (icab) guidelines form icabja1 incentive for new independent conformit...
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  50. Cititel
    cititel express kota kinabalu is owned by lagenda sutera (m) sdn bhd, a 100% owned subsidiary company of igb corporation berhad (“igb”), a three star hotel developed under the brand name of cititel express. it is igb’s first hotel development in sabah, east malaysia and the total construction cost of the hotel was around rm35 million. the construction of the hotel took two years to c...
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  51. Download Centre 2015
    adobe reader download to properly read pdf documents. feed reader download to properly read the mida's rss news feeds. flash player download to properly view flash files. download presentations slides, speeches and press releases from the following events: date event december 2015 ...
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  52. Download Centre 2013
    adobe reader download to properly read pdf documents. feed reader download to properly read the mida's rss news feeds. flash player download to properly view flash files. download presentations slides, speeches and press releases from the following events: date event october 2013 ...
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  53. Client Charter 2015
    responding to all investment enquiries in a prompt and courteous manner disseminating accurate and up to-date information on investments assisting investors in the implementation of their projects we are committed to answer relevant enquiries, and to complete the evaluation of applications from the date of complete information received, within the stipulated time-frame as follows: ...
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  54. Download Centre 2016
    adobe reader download to properly read pdf documents. feed reader download to properly read the mida's rss news feeds. flash player download to properly view flash files. download presentations slides, speeches and press releases from the following events: date event september 2016 ...
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  55. Archived e-Newsletters 2016
    mida newsletter - nov/dec 2016 issue disf set to re-energise the domestic industry players domestic investment has always been recognised for its pivotal role in sustaining the nation's investment climate and as a catalyst for the presence of foreign direct investment. in its continuous effort to strengthen and enhance the country's ...
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  56. Client Charter 2016
    responding to all investment enquiries in a prompt and courteous manner disseminating accurate and up to-date information on investments assisting investors in the implementation of their projects we are committed to answer relevant enquiries, and to complete the evaluation of applications from the date of complete information received, within the stipulated time-frame as follows: ...
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  57. MIDA e-Services
    e-stats digest e-stats digest, a useful e-publication for industry players, academics, journalists and others for further analysis or reporting. our data provides insights on the potential flow of investments into malaysia, which allows for a better understanding of the prospects that lie ahead. e-stats digest provides data on: · overview of investments approved in manufacturi...
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