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MIDA And HSBC Malaysia Renew Partnership To Attract More Global Investments Into Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur, 18 August 2021 – The Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) and HSBC Malaysia yesterday renewed its Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), reaffirming the strong partnership between both organisations to attract more global investments into Malaysia and to further facilitate the establishment and expansion of multinational corporations in the country.

The MOU focuses on revitalising and reforming Malaysia’s economy during and post-COVID-19 by maximising potential FDI opportunities into Malaysia, particularly in the manufacturing sector, namely the electrical and electronics, chemical, machinery and equipment, aerospace and medical devices industries. Despite the pandemic, these industries continue to play a critical role in propelling Malaysia towards strategic diversification to increase competitiveness, by focusing on complex, knowledge-intensive and high-end products and services.

Mr. Arham Abdul Rahman, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of MIDA remarked: “This MOU echoes our National Investment Aspirations (NIA) framework to entice more higher quality investments, particularly in the areas of technology and innovation. Malaysia is, and will continue to be, a strategic business partner to businesses within ASEAN and beyond.  We boast of a robust pool of talent and a well-diversified economy resting on the back of strong economic fundamentals. Moreover, Malaysia’s established local supply chain that is well-integrated into the global value chain, supported by a strong and matured local engineering support industry, are an undeniable pull factors for investors seeking to expand their production capacity efficiently and with ease.”

“This renewal of partnership with HSBC Malaysia signals MIDA’s prevailing commitment to better assist our investors and provide a stronger support as we weather the current pandemic wave. HSBC’s vast expertise in cross-border trade and investment will continue to be an invaluable addition to MIDA’s stakeholders to make well-informed investment decisions while conducting their businesses across various markets. This will ultimately enable a continuous sustainable stream of quality investment activities in the country,” Mr. Arham shared.  

Mr. Stuart Milne, CEO of HSBC Malaysia said: “For more than 130 years, HSBC has played a pivotal role in Malaysia’s growth and development. Our history in Malaysia goes back to the very start of banking in this region. Then, as now, our role has been to foster the development of trade and investment between Malaysia and the wider world. As such, we value this significant partnership between HSBC and MIDA. Both organisations first stamped our long term partnership in 2016 showcasing the trust that MIDA places in HSBC as among the leading international banks in Malaysia.”

“As the impact of the pandemic continues to be felt across the globe and as businesses look to recover from the universal economic slowdown, we continue to remain committed to the nation’s agenda to make Malaysia a preferred destination for investment in Asia. With our international footprint, and access to key markets globally, we are eager to collaborate with MIDA on nation-building programmes to capture growth opportunities. We look forward to our enhanced partnership and exemplary collaborative accomplishments connecting global investors to MIDA,” added Mr. Milne. 

This strategic public-private partnership will leverage on MIDA’s marketing and trade exchange initiatives, such as trade and investment missions, while capitalising on HSBC’s global presence with access to more than 90 per cent of global GDP through trade and capital flows as well as connectivity to global corporate customers in more than 60 countries.

With these combined capabilities, HSBC and MIDA will be holding virtual roadshows, joint seminars, conferences and round-table discussions. In 2020, several virtual investment roundtable meetings in key markets such as Netherlands, Germany, China, ASEAN and Europe took place to explore and assist companies in these countries to invest in Malaysia.

HSBC will work with MIDA to provide banking and finance services including FDI Advisory to companies venturing into Malaysia. In addition, HSBC is keen to connect with MIDA’s local and oversea offices, to be among the ecosystem partners in active markets such as Netherlands, Germany, China, ASEAN, Japan, USA and UK in disseminating information on FDI opportunities into Malaysia.

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About MIDA

MIDA is the Government’s principal investment promotion and development agency under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) to oversee and drive investments into the manufacturing and services sectors in Malaysia. Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur Sentral, MIDA has 12 regional and 20 overseas offices. MIDA continues to be the strategic partner to businesses in seizing the opportunities arising from the technology revolution of this era. For more information, please visit www.mida.gov.my and follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube channel.

About HSBC Malaysia

HSBC’s presence in Malaysia dates back to 1884 when the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited established its first office in the country on the island of Penang, with the permission to issue currency notes. HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad was locally incorporated in 1984 and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, founding member of the HSBC Group. In 2007, HSBC Bank Malaysia was the first foreign bank to be awarded an Islamic banking subsidiary licence in Malaysia, namely HSBC Amanah Malaysia Berhad. HSBC Malaysia offers a comprehensive range of banking and financial services including Islamic financial solutions. HSBC Malaysia has also led innovation in Malaysia by introducing Malaysia’s first ATM and Electronic Touch Banking in the early 1980s. Today, HSBC Malaysia has launched innovative solutions such as HSBCnet for secure banking for businesses, Trade Transaction Tracker and Facial Recognition on supported mobile phones.

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Kuala Lumpur, 12 August 2021 – The Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) organised a virtual Start-up Pitching Session MIDA-Cyberview Series I/2021 to promote domestic start-ups tie-ups among industry players and active investors.

The session themed “Technology Adoption towards Industry” was a milestone collaboration between MIDA and Cyberview Malaysia to assist the local start-ups in marketing their products and services to the needs of industries and societies, initiate research-industry collaboration, converting research output into innovation and identifying the right market for investor funding.

Malaysia is well positioned as a hub for start-ups to attract the best global entrepreneurial talents to be based here. The nation had the advantage of being an English-speaking society, multicultural, with high-level tertiary education enrolment, relatively high-skilled workforce and is ranked high in global indices in terms of competitiveness and ease of doing business.

Mr. Ahmad Khairuddin bin Abdul Rahim, Deputy Chief Executive Officer (Investment Development) of MIDA, in his opening address, highlighted that “In order to drive business growth and staying relevant in current norms, business leaders, including those small and medium-sized entrepreneurs (SMEs) must creatively embrace innovation into their business models. A willingness to invest in innovation and shift from conventional processes is a stepping stone to build new growth engine; more so with the adoption of digital technology.”

He assured that “The Domestic Strategic Fund or DISF grant is an initiative by MIDA to support Malaysian-owned companies to move up the value chain and be more competitive in the global ecosystem. We hope that through this facilitation, Malaysian companies will not take the back seat during the pandemic, instead seize this period to revitalize their offerings and capabilities”.

Shafinaz Salim, Head of Technology Hub Development Division at Cyberview said, “Innovation, especially research and development and commercialisation (R&D&C) is fundamental for businesses to gain competitive edge and stay differentiated in today’s fast-moving, ever-evolving market. On top of MIDA’s offering, the Cyberview Living Lab programme that we offer enable businesses to leverage the city of Cyberjaya for proof of concept testing and piloting initiatives prior to the commercialisation of their solutions. Our initiatives are designed to support and nurture start-ups that are focused on value creation in today’s digital economy. In fact, some of our Cyberview Living Lab alumni continue to play a key role and actively contribute to the tech ecosystem here. As the tech hub developer for Cyberjaya, we are committed to building a sustainable, high-value launchpad for businesses that are looking to turn their ideas into viable and innovative products.”

Cyberview and MIDA signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in December 2020 enabling access to their respective capabilities and strengths in capitalising domestic direct investment (DDI) and foreign direct investment (FDI) opportunities in Malaysia for deep technology projects and partnerships. 

“We are seeing a steady evolution in the recent years with established local start-ups stepping up their game in helping businesses embark on their digital transformation journey. This space, which was previously occupied by a small handful of tech giants, is now seeing greater participation from smaller and more nimble companies offering different vertices of digital solutions and services. There are many more untapped opportunities that these companies could explore.” added Mr. Ahmad Khairuddin.

The webinar has successfully attracted more than 300 participants, including manufacturers, service providers and other potential investors. The session featured insightful presentations by start-up companies from Move Robotic, Synapse Innovation, VITA, My Conceptual Robotics, Urban Farm Tech, MHub, TrackerHero and MEDKAD in the areas of AI solutions for manufacturing industries; autonomous mobile robot technology; advanced security and building management; real-estate financial business; payment solutions; IoT monitoring and control systems; 3d printing, customized machineries, embedded systems, robotics and automation engineering services; and health mobile data management system.

Companies interested to leverage with the start-ups, may engage with the Domestic Investment Coordination Platform (DICP) Unit, MIDA through www.mida.gov.my  or Cyberview officials through www.cyberview.com.my.

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About MIDA

MIDA is the Government’s principal promotion agency under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) to oversee and drive investments into the manufacturing and services sectors in Malaysia. Starting operations in 1967 with a relatively small set up of 37 staff, MIDA has grown to become an active and dynamic organisation of over 700 employees. Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur Sentral, MIDA today has 12 regional and 20 overseas offices. MIDA continues to be the strategic partner to businesses in seizing the opportunities arising from the technology revolution of this era. For more information, please visit www.mida.gov.my and follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

About CYBERVIEW

Cyberview has been at the forefront of Malaysia’s development as a technological hub since its inception in 1996. Starting out as the landowner of Cyberjaya, it has grown from strength to strength, until maturing into its current role as the tech hub developer of Cyberjaya. For more information, please visit http://www.cyberview.com.my.

Media contacts:

MIDA
Manjit Kaur Balkar Singh (Ms)
Email: [email protected] | Tel.: +603 2267 3509

CYBERVIEW
Nadia Azmi (Ms.)
Email: [email protected] | Tel.: +03-8315 6009

MIDA Urges Investors to Engage Domestic Start-Ups To Innovate Processes And Venture New Business


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Launch of Malaysia, Heart Of Digital ASEAN (MHODA) Portal, a Single Window To Facilitate Digital Investments into Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, 2 August 2021: YB Dato’ Sri Mustapa bin Mohamed, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Economy), today launched Malaysia, Heart of Digital ASEAN (MHODA) portal, a single platform to attract and facilitate digital investments into Malaysia.

Its announcement in conjunction with Malaysia Tech Month 2021 is set to boost the month-long virtual event of electrifying digital and technology programmes and promotions.

The MHODA portal was designed under the establishment of Digital Investment Office (DIO) to coordinate, assess and evaluate digital investment projects, while providing end-to-end facilitation to investors. DIO will also put forward future-ready policies and guides on talent requirements, digital infrastructure networks and address operational issues faced by businesses during the current pandemic and beyond.

YB Dato’ Sri Mustapa bin Mohamed expressed, “I am confident that the DIO through the MHODA platform will ensure a quicker and more streamlined process for digital investment applications, as investors need not have to navigate multiple channels or IPAs, to secure their investments in Malaysia. The Government entrusts MIDA and MDEC to lead the DIO as both are cognizant of policy guidelines and committed to hand-hold investors to grow their high-quality digital investments in this region.”

Since its inception on 22 April 2021, both agencies have committed to welcome quality digital projects, in line with the Government’s aspiration to attract RM70 billion worth of investments by 2025 and to elevate the contribution of digital economy to Malaysia’s GDP from the current 19.1 percent to 22.6 percent.

Mr. Arham Abdul Rahman, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of MIDA, assured that “the branding of Malaysia as the Heart of Digital ASEAN serves the purpose of this single digital investment interface in allowing us to make swift decisions in handling investors’ needs and assuring investors to firm-up investment plans, and proceed on the project implementation. Providing a cohesive and supportive ecosystem in an efficient operating environment is imperative to entice quality investments into Malaysia. DIO will serve to strengthen Malaysia’s capabilities and the nation’s competitiveness as an ideal business location for companies in the digital space.”

Mr. Arham also highlighted that the DIO initiative will further solidify Malaysia’s aim to reinvigorate the national agenda to enhance competitiveness as formulated in the National Investment Aspirations (NIA) which focus on coherence and cohesiveness across all national policy initiatives relating to investment, including the New Industrial Masterplan and the 12th Malaysia Plan. “We are convinced that DIO, through its MHODA platform is a stepping-stone towards the country’s digital evolution, especially in transforming the new and existing economic clusters through digital enablers, high income job creations and digital upskilling of the local workforce and businesses,” he added.

Ms. Surina Shukri, CEO of MDEC reiterates “The DIO will operate as a single window for all investors in the digital economy, and in the role, it can establish a centralised data and reporting platform to capture a holistic view of digital investments and evaluate any interventions that may be required.”

“Through this DIO online platform, investors will find it convenient to submit their investment interest through a single-entry point, easing entry and facilitation and enabling quality digital investment opportunities in line with the goals of MyDIGITAL. This also builds upon Malaysia’s aspiration to position itself as a Digital Hub in the region, while accelerating the growth of digital investments will indirectly develop more highly skilled professionals and nurture our digital global champions. This is in line with our agenda towards Malaysia 5.0, enabling a nation that is deeply integrated with technology, providing equitable digital opportunities to the people and businesses,” she added.

Playing its role as a single site in promoting Malaysia’s digital landscape, MHODA can be accessed through www.heartofdigitalasean.my as well as MIDA’s official website.

Businesses are welcome to discover new perspectives on domestic and global trends in the artificial intelligence, drone tech, data analytics, fintech and digital workforce in the ongoing Malaysia Tech Month 2021.

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About MIDA

MIDA is the Government’s principal investment promotion and development agency under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) to oversee and drive investments into the manufacturing and services sectors in Malaysia. Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur Sentral, MIDA has 12 regional and 20 overseas offices. MIDA continues to be the strategic partner to businesses in seizing the opportunities arising from the technology revolution of this era. For more information, please visit www.mida.gov.my and follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube channel.

About MDEC

Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) is the agency under the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia Malaysia leading the nation’s digital transformation for 25 years. MDEC’s agenda is Malaysia 5.0, enabling a nation deeply integrated with technology, providing equitable digital opportunities to the people and businesses. In order to achieve this, we will focus on four key DIGITAL thrusts, New skills, Adoption, Disruptors and Investments. This forms the basis of our NADI Digital brand campaign that will drive our core programmes for the rakyat, business and investors.  MDEC’s aim is for Malaysia to become a globally competitive digital nation, anchored on inclusivity, sustainability and shared prosperity, firmly establishing Malaysia as the Heart of Digital ASEAN. To find out more about MDEC’s Digital Economy initiatives, please visit us at www.mdec.my or follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MyMDEC/

Twitter: @mymdec

#Malaysia5.0 #NadiDigital #SayaDigital #MHODA #MyMDEC

For more information, please contact:

Business Services and Regional Operations, MIDA
Ms. Rosedalina Ramlan
Email : [email protected] | DL: +603-2267 3515

Digital Investment Division, MDEC
Mr. Razif Abdul Aziz
Email : [email protected] | DL: +603-8315 3111

MIDA Amalgamates with MDEC On Digital Investment Office (DIO)


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Kuala Lumpur, 16 August 2019 – “Despite the challenging global economic landscape and more intense competition, Malaysia continued to sustain its investment growth momentum in the first half of 2019 (1H2019),” said YB Datuk Darell Leiking, Minister of International Trade and Industry (MITI).

Malaysia recorded a total of RM92.0 billion of approved investments in the services, manufacturing and primary sectors for 1H2019, a modest increase of 7.6% compared with RM85.5 billion for the same period last year. These investments involved 2,554 projects and will create 59,542 employment opportunities in the country.

The services sector accounted for the largest share of the total with investments amounted to RM55.0 billion or 59.8%, followed by the manufacturing sector with RM33.1 billion (36.0%) and primary sector with
RM3.9 billion (4.2%).

“In 1H2019, foreign investments in the manufacturing, services and primary sectors increased by 97.2% to RM49.5 billion from RM25.1 billion recorded in the first half of 2018. Domestic investments approved in 1H2019 amounted to RM42.5 billion, contributing 46.2% to the total. This illustrates Malaysia competitive and comparative advantages in attracting investments amid mounting global market uncertainties and trade war tensions,” said YB Datuk Darell.

Services Sector

A total of 2,150 services projects were approved in 1H2019. These projects are expected to create more than 28,650 job opportunities. The real estate sub-sector remains as the largest contributor with RM18.5 billion despite a decline of 35.1% from 1H2018. However, the global establishment, distributive trade, utilities and the hotel and tourism sub-sectors have all recorded increases during the period, accounting for 54.4% of total approved investments in the services sector. The distributive sub-sector, in particular, recorded a significant rise of 277.8% to RM10.2 billion from RM2.7 billion in 1H2018 for the period of January to June 2019.

Domestic investments made up the larger portion, recording RM32.6 billion or 59.3% of the total approved investments for the sector during this period while the remainder, RM22.4 billion were from foreign sources.

A notable services project approved in 1H2019 is the large scale solar (LSS) expansion project to be undertaken by TNB Bukit Selambau Solarin Bukit Selambau, Kedah. The LSS project with a capacity of 30 MWAC will provide renewable energy (RE) totalling 1,700MW by the year 2025. This is in line with the Government’s target of achieving 20 per cent of the country’s electricity to be generated from renewable sources by 2030.

Manufacturing Sector

The positive investment growth of 1H2019 was driven by the robust performance of the manufacturing sector that soared by 74.2% compared to 1H2018. Malaysia’s manufacturing sector recorded approved investments of RM33.1 billion from 366 manufacturing projects for the first half of 2019 as compared to RM19.0 billion from 288 manufacturing projects in the same period last year. Majority of the investments, 75.8% or RM25.1 billion were from foreign investments and the remaining 24.2% or RM8 billion were from domestic sources.

The approved manufacturing projects will create 30,449 job opportunities the largest potential employer in the economy. The jobs created include 1,829 electrical and electronics engineers, 896 mechanical engineers and 211 chemical engineers. In addition, the projects will also require about 2,886 skilled craftsmen such as plant maintenance supervisors, tools and die makers, machinists, IT personnel, quality controllers, electricians and welders.

The top foreign sources were from the United States of America (USA) with investments of RM11.7 billion, followed by China (RM4.8 billion), Singapore (RM3.1 billion), Japan (RM2.1 billion) and the British Virgin Islands (RM1.4 billion). These five countries jointly accounted for 92.0% of total foreign investments approved in the manufacturing sector for this period.

“The expansion project of Longi Technology (Kuching) from China is amongst the notable high technology project approved from January to June 2019. The company is expanding its capacity to produce monocrystalline solar cell to meet demand in overseas markets. Other approved projects include a new project from Advance Energy Industries and expansion projects by On Semiconductors and Plexus Manufacturing. These three companies are from the USA,” added YB MITI Minister.

“Malaysia has vast potentials to collaborate with foreign companies and benefit through the transfer of technologies and expertise that cut across many industries. The Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) through MIDA continues to encourage local sourcing by foreign companies.

We want to see more local companies to be part of the global value chain,” said YB MITI Minister.

As the Government is drafting the 12th Malaysian Plan, the contribution of the catalytic and high growth subsectors namely electrical & electronics, chemical & chemical products, machinery & equipment, medical devices and aerospace emphasised under the 11th Malaysia Plan Mid-Term Review cannot be denied. In 1H2019, these sectors contributed RM19.1 billion or 57.7% of total approved investments in the manufacturing sector through 131 approved project. Once implemented, these projects will potentially create 16,732 job opportunities and further energise the development of the overall manufacturing sector.

Malaysia has consistently pursued more capital intensive projects: moving away from labour-intensive projects to high-skilled and technologically advanced projects that support the sustainable development agenda of the nation. The capital intensity, measured by capital investment per employee (CIPE) ratio of projects approved within the sector increased toRM1,088,715 in January to June 2019 from RM837,862in the same period last year.

By value of investments, Pulau Pinang (RM9.2 billion), Kedah (RM7.7 billion), Selangor (RM6.0 billion), Johor (RM4.0 billion) and Perak (RM1.7 billion) accounted for 86.4% of the total approved investments in the manufacturing sector.

Primary Sector

The primary sector contributed RM3.9 billion or 4.2% to the total approved projects in the first half of 2019. The mining subsector continued to lead with approved investments of RM3.6 billion, followed by plantation and commodities with RM257.3 million and agriculture with RM48.6 million. These investments are expected to create 443 job opportunities.

The agriculture sector illustrated a modest growth of 25.6% to RM48.6 million during 1H2019 from RM38.7 million during 1H2018 driven by approved investments in crops-related agriculture project.

Conclusion

“Malaysia is striving to keep the nation’s deficit, inflation and unemployment low while putting in place policies that are pro-business. The Government is investing in human capital, technology and infrastructure and focusing on sharpening the countries competitive edge. Coupled with strategic promotions to welcome quality investments that will contribute to enhancing the country’s technological capabilities, develop the local supply chain and increase the country’s export revenue, Malaysia’s 1H2019 investment performance is the testament of the Government’s commitment to remain pro-business with prudent and pragmatic policies to ensure a conducive environment for businesses to thrive,” said YB Datuk Darell Leiking.

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ABOUT MIDA

MIDA is the government’s principal promotion agency under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) to oversee and drive investments into the manufacturing and services sectors in Malaysia. Starting operations in 1967 with a relatively small set up of 37 staff, MIDA has grown to become a strong and dynamic organisation of over 700 employees. Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur Sentral, MIDA today has 12 regional and 20 overseas offices. MIDA continues to be the strategic partner to businesses in seizing the opportunities arising from the technology revolution of this era. For more information, please visit www.mida.gov.my and follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, @OfficialMIDA.

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Foreign Investments in the Manufacturing, Services and Primary Sectors Increase by 97.2%

Kuala Lumpur, 16 August 2019 – “Despite the challenging global economic landscape and more intense competition, Malaysia continued to sustain its investment growth momentum in the first half of 2019 (1H2019),” said YB Datuk Darell Leiking, Minister of International Trade and Industry (MITI).

Malaysia recorded a total of RM92.0 billion of approved investments in the services, manufacturing and primary sectors for 1H2019, a modest increase of 7.6% compared with RM85.5 billion for the same period last year. These investments involved 2,554 projects and will create 59,542 employment opportunities in the country.

The services sector accounted for the largest share of the total with investments amounted to RM55.0 billion or 59.8%, followed by the manufacturing sector with RM33.1 billion (36.0%) and primary sector with RM3.9 billion (4.2%).

“In 1H2019, foreign investments in the manufacturing, services and primary sectors increased by 97.2% to RM49.5 billion from RM25.1 billion recorded in the first half of 2018. Domestic investments approved in 1H2019 amounted to RM42.5 billion, contributing 46.2% to the total. This illustrates Malaysia competitive and comparative advantages in attracting investments amid mounting global market uncertainties and trade war tensions,” said YB Datuk Darell.

Services Sector

A total of 2,150 services projects were approved in 1H2019. These projects are expected to create more than 28,650 job opportunities. The real estate sub-sector remains as the largest contributor with RM18.5 billion despite a decline of 35.1% from 1H2018. However, the global establishment, distributive trade, utilities and the hotel and tourism sub-sectors have all recorded increases during the period, accounting for 54.4% of total approved investments in the services sector. The distributive sub-sector, in particular, recorded a significant rise of 277.8% to RM10.2 billion from RM2.7 billion in 1H2018 for the period of January to June 2019.

Domestic investments made up the larger portion, recording RM32.6 billion or 59.3% of the total approved investments for the sector during this period while the remainder, RM22.4 billion were from foreign sources.

A notable services project approved in 1H2019 is the large scale solar (LSS) expansion project to be undertaken by TNB Bukit Selambau Solarin Bukit Selambau, Kedah. The LSS project with a capacity of 30 MWAC will provide renewable energy (RE) totalling 1,700MW by the year 2025. This is in line with the Government’s target of achieving 20 per cent of the country’s electricity to be generated from renewable sources by 2030.

Manufacturing Sector

The positive investment growth of 1H2019 was driven by the robust performance of the manufacturing sector that soared by 74.2% compared to 1H2018. Malaysia’s manufacturing sector recorded approved investments of RM33.1 billion from 366 manufacturing projects for the first half of 2019 as compared to RM19.0 billion from 288 manufacturing projects in the same period last year. Majority of the investments, 75.8% or RM25.1 billion were from foreign investments and the remaining 24.2% or RM8 billion were from domestic sources.

The approved manufacturing projects will create 30,449 job opportunities the largest potential employer in the economy. The jobs created include 1,829 electrical and electronics engineers, 896 mechanical engineers and 211 chemical engineers. In addition, the projects will also require about 2,886 skilled craftsmen such as plant maintenance supervisors, tools and die makers, machinists, IT personnel, quality controllers, electricians and welders.

The top foreign sources were from the United States of America (USA) with investments of RM11.7 billion, followed by China (RM4.8 billion), Singapore (RM3.1 billion), Japan (RM2.1 billion) and the British Virgin Islands (RM1.4 billion). These five countries jointly accounted for 92.0% of total foreign investments approved in the manufacturing sector for this period.

“The expansion project of Longi Technology (Kuching) from China is amongst the notable high technology project approved from January to June 2019. The company is expanding its capacity to produce monocrystalline solar cell to meet demand in overseas markets. Other approved projects include a new project from Advance Energy Industries and expansion projects by On Semiconductors and Plexus Manufacturing. These three companies are from the USA,” added YB MITI Minister.

“Malaysia has vast potentials to collaborate with foreign companies and benefit through the transfer of technologies and expertise that cut across many industries. The Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) through MIDA continues to encourage local sourcing by foreign companies.

We want to see more local companies to be part of the global value chain,” said YB MITI Minister.

As the Government is drafting the 12th Malaysian Plan, the contribution of the catalytic and high growth subsectors namely electrical & electronics, chemical & chemical products, machinery & equipment, medical devices and aerospace emphasised under the 11th Malaysia Plan Mid-Term Review cannot be denied. In 1H2019, these sectors contributed RM19.1 billion or 57.7% of total approved investments in the manufacturing sector through 131 approved project. Once implemented, these projects will potentially create 16,732 job opportunities and further energise the development of the overall manufacturing sector.

Malaysia has consistently pursued more capital intensive projects: moving away from labour-intensive projects to high-skilled and technologically advanced projects that support the sustainable development agenda of the nation. The capital intensity, measured by capital investment per employee (CIPE) ratio of projects approved within the sector increased toRM1,088,715in January to June 2019 from RM837,862in the same period last year.

By value of investments, Pulau Pinang (RM9.2 billion), Kedah (RM7.7 billion), Selangor (RM6.0 billion), Johor (RM4.0 billion) and Perak (RM1.7 billion) accounted for 86.4% of the total approved investments in the manufacturing sector.

Primary Sector

The primary sector contributed RM3.9 billion or 4.2% to the total approved projects in the first half of 2019. The mining subsector continued to lead with approved investments of RM3.6 billion, followed by plantation and commodities with RM257.3 million and agriculture with RM48.6 million. These investments are expected to create 443 job opportunities.

The agriculture sector illustrated a modest growth of 25.6% to RM48.6 million during 1H2019 from RM38.7 million during 1H2018 driven by approved investments in crops-related agriculture project.

Conclusion

“Malaysia is striving to keep the nation’s deficit, inflation and unemployment low while putting in place policies that are pro-business. The Government is investing in human capital, technology and infrastructure and focusing on sharpening the countries competitive edge. Coupled with strategic promotions to welcome quality investments that will contribute to enhancing the country’s technological capabilities, develop the local supply chain and increase the country’s export revenue, Malaysia’s 1H2019 investment performance is the testament of the Government’s commitment to remain pro-business with prudent and pragmatic policies to ensure a conducive environment for businesses to thrive,” said YB Datuk Darell Leiking.

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ABOUT MIDA

MIDA is the government’s principal promotion agency under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) to oversee and drive investments into the manufacturing and services sectors in Malaysia. Starting operations in 1967 with a relatively small set up of 37 staff, MIDA has grown to become a strong and dynamic organisation of over 700 employees. Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur Sentral, MIDA today has 12 regional and 20 overseas offices. MIDA continues to be the strategic partner to businesses in seizing the opportunities arising from the technology revolution of this era.

For more information, please visit www.mida.gov.my and follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, @OfficialMIDA.

Posted on : 16 August 2019

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Launches Game Changing Industry 4.0 Solution for SMEs

Kuala Lumpur, 18 August 2020 – The Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) has partnered with Axiomtek to help local companies, particularly small and medium enterprises (SMEs), to embrace advance technologies such as AI and move up the value chain. The Axiomtek Artificial Intelligence (AI) Starter Kit launched today adds to MIDA’s on-going initiative to drive the country towards Industry 4.0.

Axiomtek is a leading design and manufacturing company in the industrial computer and embedded fields, based in Taiwan. The company has successfully developed an affordable and practical AI solution with integrated hardware and software. This Starter Kit is an application ready package with a ‘plug-and-play’ feature for ease of implementation for various operational functions such as industrial automation, retail as well as smart city applications.

During the launch of the AI Starter Kit, Mr.Ahmad Khairuddin Abdul Rahim, Deputy Chief Executive Officer II of MIDA said, “This launch marks MIDA’s deliberate effort to quash the industry’s perception that AI is difficult while realising the goals of Industry4WRD. We are optimistic that this cost-effective AI Starter Kit, that prioritises ease of AI implementation for SMEs, will bring deep commercial value to companies that are working towards harnessing the full benefits of cutting edge technology.”

This launch is the beginning of a strategic programme that will be executed in phases to enable smooth implementation and adoption of AI technology within Malaysia’s industry ecosystem. The targeted beneficiaries include SMEs, mid-tier companies, local large companies as well as multinational companies within the manufacturing and services sectors. Additionally, this programme also aims to strengthen Malaysia’s talent ecosystem through potential collaboration with universities.

“This Axiomtek AI Starter Kit implementation embodies the spirit of integration, whereby the Government, technology leaders, manufacturers, and research communities come together to co-create new solutions to jointly expand the limits of our collective capabilities. By empowering the local manufacturing ecosystem, various local universities are able to join in to create AI modelling and applications from the starter kits applicable for use by SMEs.

MIDA hopes to equip university students and educators with the same knowledge and technical know-how, making sure our students are able to appreciate and optimise the usage of AI technologies once they become part of the workforce in the country”, remarked Mr.Ahmad Khairuddin.

Companies that are interested to be part of this programme are encouraged to follow the official social media channels of MIDA and subscribe to the Agency’s e-Newsletter for further updates at www.mida.gov.my.


About MIDA
MIDA is the government’s principal investment promotion and development agency under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) to oversee and drive investments into the manufacturing and services sectors in Malaysia. Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur Sentral, MIDA has 12 regional and 20 overseas offices. MIDA continues to be the strategic partner to businesses in seizing the opportunities arising from the technology revolution of this era. For more information, please visit www.mida.gov.my and follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube channel.

For more information, please contact:
Mr. Norhizam Ibrahim
Director, Advanced Technology and Research & Development Division, MIDA
+603 2267 6611| [email protected]

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28 August 2018, Johor Bharu – Industrial Park developers are urged to create substantive systemic change to ensure the enhancement and redevelopment of industrial parks in Malaysia are sustainably met.

“With the Industry 4.0 being underway, there is a critical need for the park developers to develop the next generation of industrial clusters that are well equipped with the state-of-the-art facilities and infrastructure to cater to the next wave of industries.The strengthening of our manufacturing ecosystem requires real actions and sustainable progress, and we need to be vigilant about our infrastructure being put in place as there is no any other way around it,” said Y.B. Dr. Ong Kian Ming, Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry today.

Dr Ong highlighted that even though there are more than 500 industrial parks throughout the country, majority of these parks are not able to meet investors’ requirements. “Most companies, particularly foreign investors are becoming more demanding as they require not only a good infrastructure for the manufacturing park but also the amenities within the self-contained township with eco-friendly features and of international standards,” he said.

The Deputy Minister of MITI made the call at the Industrial Park Forum for Southern Region held at Holiday Villa Hotel, Johor Bharu today. The second event of the series takes on the theme of “Strengthening the Manufacturing Ecosystem”.

Also speaking at the event, Mr. Arham Abdul Rahman, Deputy CEO of MIDA said, “Industrial parks are the key elements of infrastructure that support the growth of today’s global economy. A well-developed park can be an incubator to attract high quality investments into the country, and hence,we have to re-engineer our industrial parks to meet the demand of investors.”

“There is a great need to have a single body or authority to oversee and regulate the industrial parks and assist potential investors in identifying suitable locations to place their facilities,” he continued.

The joint event, organised by the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) and the Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM), was well attended by various stakeholders includingbusiness chambers, local authorities, park developers & managers, utility companies, manufacturers and potential investors.

The Forum featured a panel discussion by a broad range of speakers from UEM Sunrise Berhad, Sime Darby Property Berhad, Iskandar Halal Park, AME Development, Malaysian French Chamber of Commerce Industry, Hersheys Malaysia, i2m Ventures, Almer Malaysia, Telekom Malaysia and Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB).

It was also announced that MIDA and FMM will be publishing a Directory of Industrial Parks in Malaysia that will serve as a single reference point for investors and industry players to identify suitable locations for their facilities. The Directory, which is expected to be finalised and published after the completion of the Industrial Park Forum series will entail all available industrial parks in Malaysia, by state in terms of type, size and price to assist investors make well-informed business decisions.

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For more information, please contact:

Mr. Ahmad Tajudin Omar

Director, Domestic Investment and Supply Chain Coordination Division, MIDA

Tel.: 03-2267 3627 | Email: [email protected]

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Speech by Mr. Arham Abd. Rahman (DCEO of MIDA) _Industrial Park Forum for Southern Region

 Talking Points by YB Dr. Ong Kian Ming (DM MITI)_Industrial Park Forum for Southern Region

Posted on : 28 August 2018

Industrial Parks Developers to Step up Their Game


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The Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) in collaboration with the Malaysian Indian Network of Entrepreneurs (1MINE) organised a Briefing and Networking Session to increase awareness of local companies on latest updates on government policies, incentives, facilities and support services available. The half-day seminar has brought together up to 250 participants from the value chain of the manufacturing and services sectors

2 August 2019, Kuala Lumpur – The Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) in collaboration with the Malaysian Indian Network of Entrepreneurs (1MINE) organised a Briefing and Networking Session to increase awareness of local companies on latest updates on government policies, incentives, facilities and support services available. The half-day seminar has brought together up to 250 participants from the value chain of the manufacturing and services sectors.

The event featured presentations by various divisions of MIDA on initiatives and programmes for domestic investment, Investment Coordination Platform (ICP), High Impact Fund, Domestic Investment Strategic Fund, and Industry 4.0 Incentives including the Introduction and Readiness Assessment for Industry 4.

According to Mr. Sivasuriyamoorthy Sundara Raja, Executive Director of Investment Promotion, MIDA, “The Government has adopted proactive economic measures to assist and facilitate Malaysian businesses in these challenging economic times. Today’s engagement is part of our outreach programmes to assist domestic companies in becoming regional or global champions. We believe there is much room for existing companies in Malaysia to expand or diversify, particularly in high value-added, high technology, knowledge-intensive and innovation-based activities. On MIDA’s part as the country’s principal investment promotion agency, we will continue to work closely with all stakeholders to ensure that we sustain a conducive business environment for businesses to grow.”

“We want our SMEs to look beyond Malaysia’s market and become regional or global champions. So far, the majority of SMEs, despite making up 98.5 per cent of the country’s businesses cater only to the local market. With the presence of digital platforms, the market has become borderless. ASEAN market alone consists of a population base of 650 million, which we can tap on,” added Mr. S. Siva.

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ABOUT MIDA

MIDA is Malaysia’s principal promotion agency under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) to oversee and drive investments into the manufacturing and services sectors in Malaysia. Starting operations in 1967 with a relatively small set up of 37 staff, MIDA has grown to become a strong and dynamic organisation of over 700 employees. Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur Sentral, MIDA today has 12 regional and 20 overseas offices. MIDA continues to be the strategic partner to businesses in seizing the opportunities arising from the technology revolution of this era. For more information, please visit www.mida.gov.my and follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, @OfficialMIDA.

For more information, please contact:

Mr. Sikh Shamsul Ibrahim Sikh Abdul Majid

Director, Domestic Investment and Supply Chain Coordination Division, MIDA

Tel.: 03-2267 6633 | Email: [email protected]

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Talking Points for Executive Director, Investment Promotion of MIDA_1Mine Briefing Session

Spearheading Nation’s Investment Agenda

Industry4WRD_National Policy on Industry 4.0 and Readiness Assessment

Domestic Investment & Supply Chain Coordination Division

Investment Incentives Portal

Post Licensing & Post Incentive

High Impact Fund, DISF & Industry 4.0 Incentive

Industry Talent Management & Expatriate Division

Posted on : 02 August 2019

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“Selangor is indeed one of the most preferred investment locations for manufacturing activities. Continued interest by investors had enabled Selangor to register a remarkable level of reinvestments by local and foreign companies, whereby reinvestments in the manufacturing sector constituted 40.3% of total investments in the sector for the state.The strong presence of MNCs and Large Local Corporations (LLCs) in the State such as Spirit AeroSystems, Nestle, IKEA, Panasonic, Q-Cells, KL-Kepong Oleomas, Nippon Electric Glass, Perodua Global Manufacturing, Proton, Top Glove and Hartalega hold much promise for business collaborations and opportunities,” said Mr Arham Abdul Rahman, Deputy Chief Executive Officer (DCEO) of Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) during the ninth briefing of MIDA Invest Series: Unfolding States’ Business Potential held today at the MIDA Headquarters

7 August 2019, Kuala Lumpur – “Selangor is indeed one of the most preferred investment locations for manufacturing activities. Continued interest by investors had enabled Selangor to register a remarkable level of reinvestments by local and foreign companies, whereby reinvestments in the manufacturing sector constituted 40.3% of total investments in the sector for the state.The strong presence of MNCs and Large Local Corporations (LLCs) in the State such as Spirit AeroSystems, Nestle, IKEA, Panasonic, Q-Cells, KL-Kepong Oleomas, Nippon Electric Glass, Perodua Global Manufacturing, Proton, Top Glove and Hartalega hold much promise for business collaborations and opportunities,” said Mr Arham Abdul Rahman, Deputy Chief Executive Officer (DCEO) of Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) during the ninth briefing of MIDA Invest Series: Unfolding States’ Business Potential held today at the MIDA Headquarters.

The beginning of Selangor as an industrialised state dates back to the late 1970s where significant changes were made to its economic policy with preference given to industrial, housing and recreational development.During the period, both the federal and state government had worked together to formulate policies to push the State towards capital-intensive and high-tech industries.

For Selangor, as of March 2019, a total of 9,097 manufacturing projects with investments of RM218.4 billion were approved by MIDA, creating more than 802,000 employment opportunities. Majority of the employment was in the electrical and electronics (E&E) (196,158) followed by transport equipment (91,752), rubber products (82,055) and machinery and equipment (52,620) industries.

Mr Arham highlighted that the Federal Government, through MITI and MIDA, is continuously intensifying efforts to attract more high level and quality investments through the provision of fiscal and non-fiscal incentives which are available for both foreign and domestic Investors. He, therefore, urged companiesto take advantage of all facilities provided by the government to adopt innovative new technologies and processes to keep up with the trajectory of the broader industry.

The Invest Series event, which was well attended by over 200 participantsfrom various fields, including manufacturers and service providers. Also present were YBhg. Dato’ Hasan Azhari, CEO of Invest Selangor Berhad and Mr Tan Beng Teong, CEO of Selangor Human Resource Development Centre (SHRDC). The event featured a panel discussion with a broad range of speakers representing government agencies such as (Invest Selangor Berhad, Selangor Human Resource Development Centre, Selangor Maritime Gateway), developer (Smart Selangor (M) Sdn. Bhd.) and Government-Linked Corporation (Smart Selangor Delivery Unit).

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About MIDA

MIDA is the government’s principal promotion agency under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) to oversee and drive investments into the manufacturing and services sectors in Malaysia. Starting operations in 1967 with a relatively small set up of 37 staff, MIDA has grown to become a strong and dynamic organisation of over 700 employees. Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur Sentral, MIDA today has 12 regional and 20 overseas offices. MIDA continues to be the strategic partner to businesses in seizing the opportunities arising from the technology revolution of this era. For more information, please visit www.mida.gov.my and follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, @OfficialMIDA.

For more information, please contact:

Mr Sikh Shamsul Sikh Abdul Majid

Director

Domestic Investment & Supply Chain Division, MIDA

Tel.: 03 2267 3766

Email: [email protected]

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 Speech by DCEOI of MIDA_Invest Series-Selangor

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“It is more crucial now than ever for companies to reassess and realign their business strategies to adapt to the current challenges of doing business. Intensifying innovation through strategic collaborations in R&D activities is one of the critical components that would enable businesses to remain competitive and sustainable,” said Dato’ Azman Mahmud, Chief Executive Officer of the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) at the Innovation Pitch & Business Matching (IPBM) 2019 this morning in MIDA Sentral

5 August 2019, Kuala Lumpur – “It is more crucial now than ever for companies to reassess and realign their business strategies to adapt to the current challenges of doing business. Intensifying innovation through strategic collaborations in R&D activities is one of the critical components that would enable businesses to remain competitive and sustainable,” said Dato’ Azman Mahmud, Chief Executive Officer of the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) at the Innovation Pitch & Business Matching (IPBM) 2019 this morning in MIDA Sentral.

With the theme of ‘Innovation for the Future of Malaysia’, IPBM 2019 is organised by MIDA in collaboration with University Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP) and the Malaysian Technology Development Corporation (MTDC). The event is a platform for technologists, scientists and researchers from universities to promote their inventions, innovations and research outputs to potential investors and industry players.

Dato’ Azman also commended the very fitting theme of IPBM 2019 as Malaysia is now focusing on innovation-driven, technology-oriented and high value-added industries. He further highlighted MIDA’s role in assisting local companies in marketing their R&D services to clients and developing the R&D ecosystem within the country. “We have been encouraging companies to conduct R&D activities since the early 90s through the introduction of various R&D incentives. These incentives include R&D status, R&D Company, Contract R&D Company and In-house R&D. Incentives available are in terms of Investment Tax Allowance (ITA) or Pioneer Status (PS). To spur R&D activities, clients to the companies which have been approved with the R&D Status are eligible to claim double deduction directly to the Inland Revenue Board (IRB) on the payment made for the use of their services,” he said.

Going forward, Dato Azman affirmed that MIDA would continue to step up efforts to drive stronger R&D linkages between the industry, and tertiary and research institutions. “Our focus is not just about the absolute value of investments, but the expansion of the ecosystem as well. By strengthening the innovation ecosystem, we will develop a conducive environment to foster trust among all stakeholders,” he said.

As of March 2019, MIDA has approved 184 R&D projects with total investments of RM2.97 billion. These comprise 77 Contract R&D, 58 In-House R&D, 30 approved R&D companies and 19 R&D Status companies, mainly in industries such as the pharmaceutical, chemical, healthcare, machinery, E&E and automotive. These projects have created over 6,500 high-quality job opportunities, which are mostly in the science and technical fields. Additionally, during the same period, MIDA has awarded six university-linked companies R&D Status, which has qualified their clients to enjoy double-deduction on R&D expenditures.

YBhg. Prof. Ir. Ts. Dr R. Badlishah Ahmad, Vice-Chancellor of Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP), in his Opening Speech, shared that IPBM 2019 is part of the engagements spearheaded by the university’s Centre for Intellectual Property and Commercialisation (CIPC). This is to facilitate the process of bringing research developments to market, in particular, to foster the transformation of university basic or applied research with a commercial value into commercial goods, in addition to CIPC’s role to administer the Intellectual Property (IP) application process.

“I hope that through IPBM 2019, industry players can explore numerous potential research outputs and innovations that may impact and revolutionise their industries. Moreover, for the researchers, I hope they will gain the ability to do research or inventions that will meet the needs of the industries and societies. In which they can initiate a research-industry collaboration in converting research output into innovation and make the way to market entry,” he said.

The IPBM 2019 was well attended by over 250 participants. The event included Pitching Presentation and Business Matching sessions as well as a Presentation of Letter of Interest for Future Collaboration from Industries.

Investors that conferred Letter of Interest for Future Collaboration to selected research and innovation outputs will proceed with possible collaborations with the universities for production, intellectual property licensing; or for future research that would potentially lead to the creation or advancing existing technologies. The primary research and innovation output categories include digital technology, electronic, and IOT; biotechnology, medical devices, pharmaceuticals and health; chemical, advanced materials and plastics; machinery and equipment; as well as food tech and agriculture technology.

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About MIDA

MIDA is the government’s principal promotion agency under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) to oversee and drive investments into the manufacturing and services sectors in Malaysia. Starting operations in 1967 with a relatively small set up of 37 staff, MIDA has grown to become an active and dynamic organisation of over 700 employees. Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur Sentral, MIDA today has 12 regional and 20 overseas offices. MIDA continues to be the strategic partner to businesses in seizing the opportunities arising from the technology revolution of this era. For more information, please visit www.mida.gov.my and follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

About UniMAP

UniMAP is one of four public universities in the Malaysian Technical Universities Network (MTUN). Established originally as a university college in 2001, UniMAP was established to fulfil the aspiration of the National Industrialisation Blueprint which is to produce engineers and technologists to support the nation’s growth and development. The university status was awarded to UniMAP in 2007, and from then on, the university has undergone impressive growth, from student numbers to research endeavours, and collaborative efforts with other universities as well as industry partners. These achievements echo the aspiration of the university to be an internationally competitive academic and research institution.

UniMAP currently offers undergraduate programmes that lead to Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Engineering Technology, Bachelor of Business, and Bachelor of New Media degrees. The university also opens its doors for students to study Diploma in Engineering programmes, and taught as well as by-research postgraduate programmes that lead to Masters and PhD degrees.

UniMAP graduates are nurtured to become competent practitioners in their areas of specialization and to have the confidence to explore entrepreneurial possibilities upon graduation. They are expected to not only exhibit excellence in the knowledge and skills that are directly related to their specialised fields of study, but also to demonstrate outstanding proficiency in both communication and ICT skills, as well as possess unsurpassed traits of professionalism and patriotism.

In addition to working towards becoming internationally renowned academically and in the research that it undertakes, UniMAP honours its responsibility in the development of both the local and regional community. These are all deliberated in UniMAP’s current eight-year strategic plan which aims to create within the university a space for the mutualistic growth of the academia, industry, the state and the community.

For more information:

Mr Sikh Shamsul Ibrahim Sikh Abdul Majid

Director, Domestic Investment and Supply Chain Coordination Division, MIDA

Tel.: 03-2267 6633 | Email: [email protected]

Mr. Jeyasigan Narayanan Nair

Director, Advanced Technology and Research & Development Division, MIDA

Tel: 03-2267 6711 | Email: [email protected]

Prof. Uda Hashim

Vice Chancellor (Research & Innovation), UniMAP

Email: [email protected]

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Speech By Vice Chancellor of UniMAP_IPBM 2019

Speech by CEO MIDA_IPBM 2019

A. Innovation Pitch & Business Matching (Ipbm 2019) – List Of Products & Categories

Biotechnology, Medical Device, Pharmaceuticals and Health

Chemical, Advanced Material and Plastic

Digital Technology, Electronics and IoTs

Food-Tech and Agriculture Technology

Machinery and Equipment

B. Expression of Interest Form

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Posted on : 05 August 2019

 

Companies to Intensify Innovation through Strategic Collaborations in R&D Activities to Remain Competitive and Sustainable


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