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  1. Forms & Guidelines
    investment (ddi) initiatives downloadsforms and guidelines h incentives for mines wellness city - developers, managers and operators downloadsforms and guidelines i report on impact of customised incentives (including grants) downloadstemplates j self-declaration mechanism for tax exemption downloadsforms and guidelines ...
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  2. Facts and Figures
    investment data (overall) approved private investments in various economic sectors, 2016 & 2015 summary number potential employment domestic investment (rm million) foreign investment (rm million) total investment (rm million) ...
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  3. Functions of MIDA
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  4. Frequently Asked Questions
    investment of their projects to facilitate visits and site investigations and supply chain infrastructures. to further enhance mida’s role in assisting investors, senior representatives from key government agencies are based at mida’s headquarters in kuala lumpur to advise investors on government policies and procedures. these representatives include officials from the depa...
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  5. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
    investment of their projects to facilitate visits and site investigations and supply chain infrastructures. to further enhance mida’s role in assisting investors, senior representatives from key government agencies are based at mida’s headquarters in kuala lumpur to advise investors on government policies and procedures. these representatives include officials from the depa...
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  6. Incentives in Manufacturing Sector
    investments in the manufacturing, agriculture, tourism (including hotel) and approved services sectors as well as r&d, training and environmental protection activities. the direct tax incentives grant partial or total relief from income tax payment for a specified period, while indirect tax incentives are in the form of exemptions from import duty, sales tax and excise duty. 1 incentive...
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  7. Invest in Malaysia
    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 enhancing coordination and cohesion among the regional corrid...
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  8. Malaysia: Investment Performance
    download pdf version year media statement report / infographic / presentation slide 2016 english bahasa malaysia english n/a slide presentation ...
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  9. MIDA in the News
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  10. Client Charter
    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: enquiries received v...
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  11. MIDA Team
    investment & it system development datuk n. rajendran deputy chief executive officer ii manufacturing & services development senior executive director dato' wan hashim wan jusoh senior executive director strategic planning & development ...
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  12. About MIDA
    investments, as well as facilitating companies which are looking for joint venture partners. mission to ensure malaysia achieves its goal in economic transformation and its aspiration of a developed nation by 2020 to further enhance mida's role in assisting investors, senior representatives from key government agencies are stationed at mida's headquarters in kua...
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  13. MIDA Headquarters
    investment development authority (mida) mida sentral no.5, jalan stesen sentral 5 kuala lumpur sentral 50470 kuala lumpur malaysia tel : 603 2267 3633 fax: 603 2274 7970 email : investmalaysia@mida.gov.my website: http://www.mida.gov.my how to get to mida sentral? by light rail transit (lrt) - take the putra line to kl sentral station and exit from t...
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  14. Resource Centre
    investment development authority level 12, mida sentral no.5, jalan stesen sentral 5 kuala lumpur sentral 50470 kuala lumpur malaysia. tel : (603) 2263 2537 fax : (603) 2273 7957 opening hours day time monday - thursday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. friday* 9:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 2:45 p.m....
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  15. Career
    investment promotion agency, mida is the major instrument to help achieve the economic transformation of the country. to achieve the objective, mida promotes foreign and domestic investments in the manufacturing and services sectors, as well as facilitates the implementation of projects. mida also assists investors by providing information on opportunities for investments, as well as facilita...
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  16. Contact Us
    investment, trade, financing, productivity and services specifically pertaining to malaysia's manufacturing and services sectors. comfortable meeting areas are also provided where investors can read or have their investment enquiries attended to by bic duty officer. opening hours: monday to friday: 8.30 a.m. - 5.00 p.m. mida head office is located at:  ...
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  17. Why Malaysia
    investment opportunities. the technologically-inclined economy of malaysia is proven through the country's involvement in advanced electronics manufacturing, r&d, biotechnology, photonics, logistics, design, innovation and a highly automated manufacturing sector, to name a few. the government's objective is also to make malaysia a hub for other value chain activities, such as r&d, design and devel...
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  18. Supportive Government Policies
    investments in new projects, as well as investments in expansion / diversification projects by existing companies irrespective of the level of exports and without excluding any product or activity. employment of expatriates foreign companies in the manufacturing sector are allowed to employ expatriates where certain skills not available in malaysia. a company with foreign paid-up capital ...
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  19. Developed Infrastructure
    investments have paid off and serious bottlenecks have been avoided. today, malaysia can boast of having one of the most well-developed infrastructure among the newly industrialising countries of asia. latest, the development of kuala lumpur sentral, a futuristic self-contained city, providing the perfect live, work and play environment. a modern transportation hub integrating all major rail ...
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  20. Vibrant Business Environment
    investment banks and islamic banks are mojor sources of financing to support economic activities in malaysia. the non-bank financial intermediaries, comprising development financial institutions, provident and pension fund insurance companies, and takaful operators complement the banking institutions in mobilising savings and meeting the financial needs of the economy. malaysia has also emerge...
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  21. Testimonials
    investment of rm3.4 billion, the company considers malaysia as an important and strategic location to forge a business investment in the asian region. read more b.braun medical industries b braun medical industries sdn. bhd. -in 2006, b. braun medical industries sdn. bhd. (bmi), penang plant was recognized as the global centre of excellence (coe) for i...
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  22. Electrical and Electronics
    investments of rm3.9 bil.the presence of major (mncs) such as intel, tf amd, nxp semiconductors, ase, infineon, stmicroelectronics, texas instruments, renesas and major malaysian-owned companies such as silterra, globetronics, unisem and inari have contributed to the steady growth of the semiconductor industry in malaysia. to date, there are more than 50 companies, largely mncs producing semi...
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  23. BenQ Sdn Bhd
    investments over the last 11 years total about rm250 million. the success of our operations can be attributed to our committed workforce whose spirit of teamwork has made the impossible possible. benq's malaysian plant has been recognised as one of the most successful overseas sites in the benq group....
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  24. Medical Devices
    investments in malaysia. the medical devices industry has been identified as one of the growth areas and has been included under the healthcare nkea, whereby eight (8) entry point projects (epps) for the medical devices sub-sector was announced by the government which will create rm17.12 billion in revenue and rm11.4 billion in gni and generate 86,000 jobs by 2020. the malaysian medical dev...
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  25. Basic Metal Products
    investments in niche areas in the iron & steel industry. (f) developing a skilled and qualified workforce for the iron & steel industry. ...
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  26. Altera
    investment development authority, crest, an industry-led organization that spearheads collaborative research in science, engineering & technology, etc. all these organizations have been very supportive in developing the electrical & electronics industry’s ecosystem and also in assisting altera with its operations in penang....
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  27. Pharmaceuticals
    investments tax allowance incentives. the development, testing and production of pharmaceuticals products involving biotechnology activities are promoted under promotion of investment act, 1985 and eligible for pioneer status or investments tax allowance incentives for high technology project....
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  28. BASF PETRONAS Chemicals
    investment of rm3.4 billion, the company considers malaysia as an important and strategic location to forge a business investment in the asian region. through a 60:40 joint venture between basf aktiengesellschaft of germany and petroliam nasional berhad (petronas) of malaysia, the company operates an integrated chemical site located at the gebeng industrial area, kuantan, pahang with a corporate...
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  29. Video Gallery
    investment in malaysia interview ...
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  30. Overview: Projects Approved, 2016 and 2015
    investment (rm million) 27,740.5 30,752.3 58,492.7 60,239.4 14,453.7 74,693.1 - domestic 17,397.2 13,678.1 31,...
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  31. Projects Approved by Major Industry, 2016 and 2015
    investment (rm) foreign investment (rm) total proposed capital investment (rm) no. domestic investment (rm) foreign investment (rm) total proposed capital investment (rm) petroleum produc...
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  32. Projects Approved by Major Country, 2016 and 2015
    investment (rm) no. foreign investment (rm) china 33 4,774,818,871 17 1,872,018,445 netherlands 18 ...
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  33. Projects Approved by State, 2016 and 2015
    investment (rm) foreign investment (rm) total proposed capital investment (rm) no. domestic investment (rm) foreign investment (rm) total proposed capital investment (...
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  34. Location Map
    mida sentral no.5, jalan stesen sentral 5 kuala lumpur sentral 50470 kuala lumpur malaysia tel: 603 2267 3633 fax: 603 2274 7970 email: investmalaysia@mida.gov.my website: http://www.mida.gov.my ...
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  35. MIDA Worldwide Network
    investment) / director consulate general of malaysia (investment section) malaysian investment development authority (mida) 777, south figueroa st, suite 600 los angeles, ca 90071 united states of america tel: (1213) 955 9183   fax: (1213) 955 9878 e-mail: losangeles@mida.gov.my ...
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  36. MIDA State Offices
    investment development authority (mida) 22nd floor, wisma mbsa persiaran perbandaran, 40000 shah alam selangor darul ehsan. malaysia tel: (603) 5518 4260 fax: (603) 5513 5392 e-mail: selangor@mida.gov.my perak darul ridzuan mu...
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  37. Resources
    investment (ddi) initiatives downloadsforms and guidelines e incentives for mines wellness city - developers, managers and operators downloadsforms and guidelines f report on impact of customised incentives (including grants) downloadstemplates g self-declaration mechanism for tax exemption downloadsforms and guidelines ...
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  38. Useful Links
    investment centres malaysia economic corridors chambers of commerce / industry technology related organisations infrastructure related agencies financial organisations r & d organisations international / regional organisations institution of higher learning list of oic members other agencies useful portals goods and services tax - gst...
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  39. Manufacturing Sector
    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 trade unions and harmonious industrial relations compulsory contributions: employee provident fund (epf) social security organisation (socso) human resource development fund (hrdf) investment g...
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  40. Forms & Guidelines for Manufacturing Sector
    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)expansion and/or diversification project by a licensed manufacturer or by an ex...
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  41. Forms & Guidelines for Services Sector
    investment act, 1986 for malaysian owned companies) guidelines aregional operations i.  principal hub guidelines checklist form phapplication for principal hub incentive and / or expatriate posts form ph-cafprincipal hub (ph) incentive scheme - annual compliance assesment form ii.  operational headqua...
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  42. Forms & Guidelines for Licensing and Incentive Applications
    investment tax allowance (ita) incentive b1. application for the determination of effective date for the investment tax allowance incentive (ita i) guidelines procedures form pia'86 (ita)-(i)application for the determination of effective date for investment tax allowance incentive form pia'86 (ita/r&d)-95(iii)application for the determination of effective...
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  43. Funds or Incentives Under Domestic Direct Investment (DDI) Initiatives
    investment strategic fund (guidelines) ...
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  44. Forms & Guidelines for Mines Wellness City
    investment tax allowance of 60% or more for 5 years on qualifying capital expenditure incurred for qualifying activities carried out within mwc and this allowance is allowed to be set-off against 70% of statutory income for relevant ya. *ya = year of assessment for more information and other business opportunities on mwc, visit www.mineswellnesscity.com or contact 03-8943 88...
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  45. 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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  46. What Investors Say
    investment location through their numerous expansions and diversifications over the years, particularly in high technology projects. ...
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  47. Taxation
    investments. to date, malaysia has concluded bilateral free trade agreement with japan, paksitan, new zealand and india and the regional agreements under asean with china, japan, korea, australia/new zealand and india. import duties between fta partners are subject to specific reduction and elimination schedules under these agreements. 8  excise duty show allhi...
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  48. Promoted Activities and Products for Manufacturing Sector
    investment tax allowance have been gazetted under the promotion of investment act 1986. appendix i - general (download pdf) appendix ii - high technology companies (download pdf) appendix iii - small scale companies (download pdf) appendix iv - selected industries (download pdf) appendix v - promoted activities and products for reinvestment (download pdf) ...
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  49. Business Information Centre
    investment enquiries attended to by our duty officer. bic offers: one-on-one business guidance information centre website opening hours: mon - fri 8.30 a.m. - 5.00 p.m. how to get to mida's business information centre (bic) by light rail transit (lrt) - take the putra line to kl sentral station and exit from the entrance to the check-in area of the kl cit...
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  50. List of MITI Agencies
    investment development authority (mida) malaysia external trade development corporation  (matrade) mida sentral    no 5, jalan stesen sentral 5,     kuala lumpur sentral     50470 kuala lumpur     tel: (603) 2267 3633     fax: (603) 2273 4211 website...
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  51. List of Federal and State Government Agencies
    investment centre berhad (ssic) johor state investment centre (jsic) pahang state development corporation (pknp) invest perak invest penang invest kedah invest melaka negeri sembilan investment centre (nsic) kelantan state economic planning unit perlis state economic development corporation (pkenp) terengganu state economic planning unit ministry of industrial development sabah ministry of industr...
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  52. State Investment Centres
    investment centre (jsic) negeri sembilan investment centre (nsic) pahang state development corporation (pknp) selangor state investment centre (ssic)...
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  53. International/Regional Organisations
    investment agencies (waipa) asean countries brunei brunei economic development board ministry of primary industry and resources brunei industrial development authority cambodia indonesia lao pdr malaysia myanmar directorate of investment and company administration myanmar.com philippines singapore economic development board ministry ...
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  54. List of OIC Members
    investment support agency (aisa) www.aisa.org.af albania albinvest - algeria, people's democratic republic of agence nationale de developpément des investissements (andi) www.andi.dz azerbaijan, republic of azerbaijan investments promotion and advisory foundation (aipaf) www.azerinvest.com ...
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  55. Other Agencies
    investment authority investment promotion agency of ministry of commerce, p.r.china jetro business support centres (bsc) japan international cooperation agency malaysia (jica) japan automobile manufacturers association, inc.(jama) korea business centre (kotra) qingdao international investment promotion network small business corporation, korea (sbc)...
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  56. Petrochemical and Polymer Industry
    investment location for petrochemical industries. most of these companies are in collaboration with malaysia's national petroleum company, petronas.three major petrochemical zones have been established in kertih, terengganu; gebeng, pahang; and pasir gudang/ tanjung langsat, johor. each zone houses an integrated complex with crackers, syngas and aromatics facilities to produce feedstocks for ...
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  57. Research and Development
    investment promotion agency of the country, has approved a total of 7 r&d projects with investments worth rm266 million in 2016. these investments are expected to generate 687 high income jobs for malaysians.the country’s progress can be best seen in how it scored under the pillar 12: innovation of the global competitiveness report 2016-2017. in the said report, malaysia has moved up three...
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  58. Textiles and Textile Products
    investments in the textiles and textile products industry, several textile products/activities have been gazetted as promoted products/activities under the promotion of investment act, 1986 and could be considered for tax incentives in the form of pioneer status or investment tax allowance. they are:a) natural or man-made fibresb) yarn of natural or man-made fibresc) woven fabricsd) knitted fa...
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  59. Hospitality
    investments act (pia), 1986:-establishment of budget hotels (1 - 3 star)establishment of 4 - 5 star hotels (will expire on 31 december 2018)expansion/ modernisation/ renovation of existing hotels (1 - 5 star)establishment of tourist projects and theme parksexpansion/ modernisation of tourist projects and theme parksestablishment of recreational campsestablishment of convention centres (with ...
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  60. Green Technology
    investments of rm1.9 billion were approved incentives. out of the total, rm1.7 billion (88%) were from domestic sources and rm233.8 million (12%) were from foreign sources. these projects are expected to create 615 employment opportunities in this sub-sector.the approved investments include 81 projects (rm588.8 million) that will generate energy from solar power, 12 projects (rm145.7 million) ...
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  61. Investment Data
    investment data (manufacturing sector) show all hide all overview: projects approved, 2016 and 2015 ringgit malaysia - rm 2016 2015 new exp/div total new exp/div t...
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  62. Liberalisation of the Services Sector
    investments and bring more professionals and technology as well as strengthen competitiveness of the sector. recognising the growth potential in the services sector, the government has decided to immediately liberalise 27 services subsectors, with no equity condition imposed. these sub-sectors are in the areas of health and social services, tourism services, transport services, business services...
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  63. Investment Data (Services Sector)
    investment (rm million) foreign investment (rm million) total investment (rm million) services sub-sector 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 ...
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  64. Interview
    investment, transforming the economy to meet the goals of the economic transformation programme (etp), and the competitive advantages of malaysia's different economic corridors. content type : interview duration : 5:50 mins...
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  65. Recorded Interview
    investment development authority (mida), previously known as malaysian industrial development authority, is the government's principal agency to oversee and drive foreign and domestic investment into the manufacturing and services sectors in malaysia. datuk noharuddin nordin the ceo of mida on the breakfast grille, discusses: mida's role the difference between mida and investkl and ot...
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  66. e-Newsletter
    investment development authority (mida) has been around since 1967. this was 10 years after the country first gained its independence, and about a decade after the second world war ended. thus, understanding the importance of mida’s existence requires us to take a step back in time. view in pdf mida newsletter - june 2017 issue i-...
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  67. Starting Up Business
    investment development authority (mida), an agency under miti in charge of the promotion and coordination of industrial development in malaysia. the ica defines: "manufacturing activity" as the making, altering, blending, ornamenting, finishing or otherwise treating or adapting any article or substance with a view to its use, sale, transport, delivery or disposal; and includes t...
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  68. Immigration Procedures
    investment opportunities or setting up manufacturing plant foreign representatives of companies entering to introduce goods for manufacture in malaysia, but not to engage in direct selling or distribution property owners entering to negotiate, sell or lease properties foreign journalist or reporters from mass media agencies entering to cover any event in malaysia particip...
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  69. Banking, Finance & Exchange Administration
    investment banks 12 12 0 insurers 32 16 16 takaful operators (islamic insurers) 12 9 3 international takaful operators 0 0 1 ...
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  70. Environmental Management
    investments relating to the use of these substances are prohibited. scheduled wastes management malaysia has developed a comprehensive set of legal provisions related to the management of toxic and hazardous wastes. the regulation is based on the cradle to grave principle. a facility which generates, stores, transports, treats or disposes scheduled wastes is subject t...
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  71. Infrastructure Support
    investment location for information and communication technology (ict). conceptualised in 1996, the msc malaysia has grown into a thriving dynamic ict hub, hosting more than 2000 multinationals, foreign-owned and home-grown malaysian companies focused on multimedia and communications products, solutions, services and; research and development. located at the heart of asia's fastest-growi...
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  72. Incentives in Services Sector
    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 (including hotel) ...
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  73. China Shipping Group Company
    investment, engineering and human resource, supply and trading, information and technology.over the last few years, china shipping has made strides in container traffic and, currently has a fleet of more than 100 vessels, with a total capacity of 350,000 teus, catering for china's domestic and international trade....
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  74. Daimler Chrysler
    investment opportunities and high returns for foreign investors.daimler chrysler malaysia sdn bhd was incorporated in january 2003 as a joint venture between dcag and cycle & carriage bintang bhd with an investment of approximately rm134 million and dcag as the majority shareholder. the newly-established daimlerchrysler malaysia sdn bhd manages the wholesale distribution of mercedes-benz passenger...
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  75. Eastman
    investment destination. since may 1998, eastman chemical malaysia has chalked up many achievements, including being awarded the iso 9002 certification with zero non-conformance. eastman's tagline for spectar and eastar copolyester, "imagine the possibilities", with reference to the versatility of the raw materials produced at our malaysian plant, exemplify the spirit of "malaysia boleh!" (malay...
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  76. Elektrisola
    investments. the combination of these factors has strongly contributed to our company's rapid growth in asia. today, elektrisola malaysia supplies customers in the automotive and electronics industries in 25 countries. our continuous investment in malaysia and the fact that our malaysian operation is among the most competitive companies within the elektrisola group, justify our confidence in ma...
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  77. Ericsson
    investments in a stable political climate. malaysia has a well-developed infrastructure and strong industrial linkages with supporting industries, thus providing an excellent business environment. in addition, the workforce is educated and productive. all these make malaysia an ideal choice for investments....
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  78. Fuji Electric (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.
    investment location. ...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/fuji-electric-(malaysia)-sdn.-bhd.-/posts/
  79. Globetronics Technology Berhad
    investment-friendly policies of our government, the stable political climate, the outstanding infrastructure, and the dedicated and skilled workforce in malaysia. the resounding success of the operations of multinational corporations in malaysia in the last 30 years has produced a big population of highly trained and skilled technical workers. this will enable malaysia to spin-off to higher value-...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/globetronics-technology-berhad/posts/
  80. Haco Asia Pacific Sdn Bhd
    investment development authority (mida) and selangor state investment centre (ssic).today, in addition to the considerable exports to north america, haco asia pasific's products are also distributed to almost every country in asia, as well as the middle east....
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/haco-asia-pacific-sdn-bhd/posts/
  81. Hitachi
    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, especially the st...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/hitachi/posts/
  82. Idemitsu
    investment in malaysia goes way back to 1972 when its first joint-venture project for polystyrene resin production started in johor bahru. since the 1970s, idemitsu has also established a close relationship with the malaysian oil industry through technology transfer and with the purchase of malaysian crude oil and lpg. over a period of more than 3 decades, the originally stand-alone polystyrene...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/idemitsu/posts/
  83. Knowles Electronics
    investment friendly policies of the malaysian government give further impetus to foreign investment into the country. finally, there is the excellent infrastructure and supply chain support to make malaysia very cost competitive to operate in," says ray cabrera, vice president and chief administration officer of knowles electronics. knowles looks forward to achieve greater success in our ...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/knowles-electronics/posts/
  84. OSRAM Opto Semiconductors (M) Sdn. Bhd.
    investment in the new plant will ultimately be in high double figures of millions of euros which will also lead to creation of over 800 new jobs, making osram one of the largest employers in the northern region. winning the 2007 german future prize was the highlight in the research history of osram opto semiconductors. being one of the most innovative outfits in germany, the company regu...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/osram-opto-semiconductors-(m)-sdn.-bhd./posts/
  85. Philips
    investments in malaysia. the measure of success is in the return we get as tangible and intangible benefits. intangible benefits are fundamentally important for the long-term sustainable growth of the firm. while the tangible benefits can be directly measured in terms of sales growth, profits and roi, the intangible ones are deeper and are perceived, creating an emotional attachment to the fi...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/philips/posts/
  86. Samsung
    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 encouraged by malaysia's strong support of industries such as ours and we remain fully comm...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/samsung/posts/
  87. Sharp
    investment for many reasons. firstly, the government is very supportive of companies investing in malaysia - our problems are solved quickly and assistance is readily available. sem's application for operational headquarters status was made convenient and without hassle. our achievement of iso 14001 certification in december 1999 is another result of the support of the local government.anothe...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/sharp/posts/
  88. Sony
    investment climate for us to prosper. the establishment of business-friendly laws and policies has helped us to remain at the competitive edge of the local and global market. ...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/sony/posts/
  89. Toray
    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 operations in penang, malaysia. we were attracted by malaysia's stable economic and political climate, well-integrated raw material supply chain, modern infrastructure, abundant energy resources, generous tax and other in...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/toray/posts/
  90. BP Malaysia
    investments including partner shares amount to us$1.5 billion, making it one of the largest british investors in malaysia and employs over 700 people, with a further 500 jv employees.bp remains committed to act responsibly and ethically. we run community programmes such as student mentoring, biodiversity conservation, ma'daerah turtle sanctuary, the first turtle sanctuary in malaysia and climate c...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/bp-malaysia/posts/
  91. Methods of Conducting Business in Malaysia
    investment committee equity guidelines the malaysian government has liberalised its policy on foreign equity participation in businesses in malaysia as one of its strategies to continuously attract new investments into the country. in 2004, the foreign investment committee (fic) had liberalised its policy on foreign equity participation to allow foreigners to hold up to 70% of the equity ...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/methods-of-conducting-business-in-malaysia/posts/
  92. Research & Development in Services Sector
    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 results of the study for the production or improvement of materials, devices, pro...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/research-&-development-in-services-sector/posts/
  93. Distributive Trade Services
    investment development authority (mida).  products and services governed by other acts: petroleum products, pharmaceutical, medicinal and orthopaedic products, toxic substances and explosives, arms, ammunitions, agricultural raw materials and live animals are subject to other acts and regulations for specific reasons.  distributive trade services...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/distributive-trade-services-/posts/
  94. Specialised Technical Support Services
    investments are encouraged in the following areas: machinery maintenance and related technical services; occupational safety and health management services; accreditation and certification services; testing and calibration services; irradiation and gas sterilisation services for the medical devices industry; clinical trials, bioavailability/bioequivalence or efficacy trials for the p...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/specialised-technical-support-services/posts/
  95. Aurum Healthcare
    investments into high technology projects building specialty medical devices with the potential to address serious diseases for which the unmet medical needs is high and the biology treatment is clear. we have carried out a series of training to equip our staff with the capabilities and the competencies in the r&d of the medical devices. these include training our staff in the applicatio...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/aurum-healthcare/posts/
  96. MIDA Logo
    investment promotion agency's new strategic direction. our new vision and mission is to be the best partner to investors distinguished by the integrity and professionalism of its people and to ensure malaysia achieves its goal in economic transformation and its aspiration of a developed nation by 2020....
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-logo/posts/
  97. Technip
    investment in malaysia represent around rm1.5 billion and region turnover is above rm3 billion.thanks to the malaysia business environment and political stability, technip’s operations in this part of the world did developed from nothing in the region to the biggest operation centre in the world for technip group....
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/technip/posts/
  98. Taylor School
    investment tax allowance (ita) incentive has been invaluable in providing taylor's schools with the support to further expand and upgrade its campuses and facilities to meet the needs of twenty-first century learning. continued investments to expand and upgrade world-class facilities are integral to taylor's schools in line with its mission to have schools of choice distinguished for personal...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/taylor-school/posts/
  99. Fresenius Medical Care
    investments because of its central location in asia, its developed infrastructure, stable political situation, educated work force and supportive government policies. the pro-active support of various government agencies, such as mida, pemandu, biotech corp, invest kl and its outstanding staff has efficiently facilitated the investment efforts of fmc in malaysia. ...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/fresenius-medical-care/posts/
  100. Report on Impact of Customised Incentives (Including Grants)
    investment strategic fund (disf) (template) under strategic/high impact fund (template) ...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/report-on-impact-of-customised-incentives-(including-grants)/posts/
  101. Petrofac Malaysia
    investment approximately us $1 billion. this fast track development reached first gas in just 21 months. petrofac also has delivered various lump-sum projects for clients in the engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning (epcic). it achieved first oil at sepat offshore early production system (eps) in december 2011. the epcic assignment was its first lump-sum...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/petrofac-malaysia/posts/
  102. Non-Metallic Mineral Industry
    investments in the non-metallic industry, several products/activities have been gazetted as promoted products/activities under the promotion of investment act, 1986 and thus, could be considered for tax incentives in the form of pioneer status or investment tax allowance. they are:1. high alumina or basic refractories2. laboratory, chemical or industrial wares3. synthetic diamonds4. crystal...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/non-metallic-mineral-industry/posts/
  103. Competitiveness Ranking
    investments. in our aspiration to achieve a high-income economy by 2020, we are doubling our efforts to attract investments and drive productivity and innovation through political, economic and regulatory reforms. these efforts have received worldwide recognition through improved rankings in reports by various international institutions. the global competitiveness report ...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/competitiveness-ranking/posts/
  104. Archived e-Newsletters 2014
    investment (fdi) inflows of rm38 billion registered last year. view in pdf view in flipbook volume 1: issue no.9 malaysia : most competitive economies globally the global competitiveness report 2014-2015 of the world economic forum (wef) ranked malaysia 20th out of 144 economies compared to 24th ...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/archived-e-newsletters-2014/posts/
  105. Investment Data (Primary Sector)
    investment (rm million) foreign investment     (rm million) total investment       (rm million) 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 ...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/investment-data-(primary-sector)/posts/
  106. Tax Incentives for Green Industry
    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 will cover broader scope of green technology activities in the areas of energy, transportation, building, waste management, and supporting services activities. it also facilitates the transition of...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/tax-incentives-for-green-industry/posts/
  107. Investment Data (Overall)
    investment (rm million) foreign investment (rm million) total investment (rm million) 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 ...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/investment-data-(overall)/posts/
  108. MIDA Worldwide Network
    investment) / director consulate general of malaysia (investment section) malaysian investment development authority (mida) 777, south figueroa st, suite 600 los angeles, ca 90071 united states of america tel: (1213) 955 9183   fax: (1213) 955 9878 e-mail: mida@midala.org are...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home//posts/
  109. Cititel
    investment tax allowance during the construction of the hotel and it was approved in march 2011. the assistance given by the staff who were very professional, friendly and helpful, includes provision of free consultation on the type of incentives, the eligibility and documents needed for the application. they are always willing to help and promote the investments for the benefit of the countr...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/cititel-/posts/
  110. Download Centre 2015
    investment performance, january - september 2015 (manufacturing & manufacturing related services) media statement november 2015 16 november malaysia investment performance, january - september 2015 (manufacturing sector) download media statement october 2015 ...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/download-centre-2015/posts/
  111. Download Centre 2014
    investment report 2014 download world investment report 2014 joint press release - malaysia's net fdi flows increased by 22% to usd12 billion in 2013 unctad press release - pr/2014/14 unctad press release - pr/2014/22 unctad press release - pr/2014/...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/download-centre-2014/posts/
  112. Download Centre 2013
    investment report 2013 download joint press release presentation by yb dato' sri mustapa mohamed minister of international trade and industry presentation by dr. masataka fujita head, investment trends and issues branch division on investment and enterprise united nations conferen...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/download-centre-2013/posts/
  113. Client Charter 2015
    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: enquiries received...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/client-charter-2015/posts/
  114. Download Centre 2016
    investment seminar2016 download   presentation by mida   presentation by matrade   presentation by uten   presentation by smecorp   presentation by sme bank   pres...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/download-centre-2016/posts/
  115. Archived e-Newsletters 2016
    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 domestic investment, the government announced the domestic direct initiative in 2012. view in pdf mida newsletter - sept/oct 2...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/archived-e-newsletters-2016/posts/
  116. Archived e-Newsletters 2015
    investments in 1h2015 during the first half of 2015, approved investments in the various economic sectors totalled rm 113.5 billion, a slight increase of 1.3% (rm112 billion) as compared to the corresponding period in 2014. the services sector led the economy with rm 61.7 billion (2,071 projects), contributing more than half (5 4%) of the total share, followed by the manufacturing s...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/archived-e-newsletters-2015/posts/
  117. Client Charter 2016
    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: enquiries received v...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/client-charter-2016/posts/
  118. Wood Industries
    investment for the 2016 was rm 678.2 million. investment from domestic sources amounted to rm526.3 million (77.6%) while foreign investment was rm151.9 million (22.4%). main activities of the wood-based industry in malaysia can be categorized into: logging of natural and planted forest ; primary processing activities such as sawn timber, veneer and panel products (plywood, par...
    http://www.mida.gov.my/home/wood-industries/posts/
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