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The Malaysian logistics sector contributed 3.8% to the country’s GDP in 2019. Over the years, trade activities in Malaysia have increased significantly, with a CAGR of 6.5% from 2013 – 2018. Transportation activities have also increased over the years at a 3% CAGR from 2013 – 2018. The Government’s initiatives under the National Logistics Trade Facilitation (NLTF) 2015 – 2020 and National Transport Policy (NTP) 2019 - 2030 aspires to increase GDP contribution for logistics services to 8.9% for 2020 and beyond as well as to internationalise the logistics industry in Malaysia in the context of regional trade integration. The National e-Commerce Strategic Roadmap (NESR), established in 2016, also intends to accelerate the development of e-commerce activities and position Malaysia as a regional e-fulfilment hub in the near future.
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DSR Daily Fresh is Malaysia’s first integrated durian partnership, leveraging on the core expertise of DSR and Daily Fresh to provide the full suite of services from upstream durian orchard management to midstream sale of durian paste, as well as downstream manufacturing and distribution of durian products. True to the company’s ‘orchard-tomarket’ philosophy, its downstream durian products are distributed through its D’MasKing stores and all 1,600 Daily Fresh kiosks worldwide.
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Megasonic Sweeping is one of the many companies under the umbrella of the Ultrasonic Group incorporated in the US. The strength of the group is all things related to ultrasonic technology such as ultrasonic cleaning, ultrasonic plastic welding, ultrasonic sieving and ultrasonic cutting.
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Tourism is the third-largest contributor to Malaysia’s GDP, after the manufacturing and commodities sectors. In 2019, the sector contributed about 15.9 per cent to the total GDP. In the last few years before the outbreak of COVID-19, the tourism industry in Southeast Asia had experienced a significant growth phase, and Malaysia launched the “Visit Truly Asia Malaysia 2020” campaign with a target of 30 million visitors and RM100 billion in tourist revenue for 2020. However, the COVID-19 outbreak severely impacted the Malaysian tourism industry, which led to the cancellation of the campaign.
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Malaysia is one of the top producers of fossil-based plastic products with a reported total export value of RM14.58 billion in 2017, contributing 4.7% to the GDP. Malaysia also imported RM11.3 billion plastic products in the same year according to the Plastics Manufacturers Association (MPMA).
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The slithering surge of COVID-19 and uncertainties arising from the commodity shocks have certainly impacted Malaysia’s inching growth towards a projected GDP of 6 to 7.5 per cent in 2021. The World Bank is confident that Malaysia will be able to achieve high-income economic status provided it shifts gear; addressing economic issues which includes investment and trade policies. The geopolitical shifts and the emergence of disruptive technologies require a foundation for policy coherence now more than ever to ensure institutional synergies.
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TASCO Berhad was incorporated in Malaysia on 10 September 1974 and is currently listed on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad. TASCO is part of the global network under the umbrella of Japanheadquartered Yusen Logistics Group comprising 25,000 employees linking Japan, the Americas, Europe, East and South Asia as well as Oceania, with more than 594 distribution centres worldwide. The Company provides total logistics solution services such as international freight forwarding (air and ocean), contract logistics, haulage, trucking, distribution and warehousing, customs clearance, cross-border logistics including temperature-controlled solutions.
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Malaysia’s digital journey started as early as 1996 which led to the introduction of the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC). This move was visionary and advanced for its time. It was this early adoption that equipped Malaysia to embark on the current ambitious agenda of embracing Industry 4.0 as it requires a digital and industrial revolution to transform the manufacturing and services sectors in multiple ways.
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It was a solemn 31 March 2021 in MIDA Sentral as the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) bade farewell to YBhg. Dato’ Azman Mahmud, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of MIDA.
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The COVID-19 global pandemic has accelerated the need for digital transformation and fast tracked the adoption of automation across various industries in Malaysia.
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Malaysia aspires to be aregional leader in manufacturing, engineering and technology innovation. Towards this, the National Automotive Policy 2020 (NAP 2020) looks to enhance the automotive industry in Malaysia through research and development over new technologies, particularly in the areas of Next-Generation Vehicles (NxGV), Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IR 4.0) and Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS).
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Malaysia’s robust and business-friendly government policies, as well as investor-friendly corporate tax rates, have thrust the nation as an ideal destination for innovation-based, knowledge-intensive investments.
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A year after the introduction of the Movement Control Order to contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, Malaysia continues its path towards economic recovery.
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The COVID-19 global pandemic has accelerated the need for digital transformation and fast tracked the adoption of automation across various industries in Malaysia.
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Founded in 1665 Saint-Gobain is one of the biggest French multinational corporations, with a presence in 70 countries and more than 167,000 employees’ worldwide and generating turnover of more than Euro 38 billion.
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Oceans and seas cover over two-thirds of the earth’s surface. They represent a new economic perspective that holds immense resource for economic growth, employment and innovation.
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The production of ventilator components and respiratory sub-systems in Malaysia has assumed a crucial role in managing the medical devices supply chain during the COVID-19 outbreak. Ventilation is an air exchange between the lungs and air, in moving air in and out of the lungs.
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Malaysia recorded RM164 billion approved investments in the manufacturing, services and primary sectors in 2020. These 4,599 projects will create 114,673 new jobs opportunities in the economy.
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A wide variety of medical issues occur inside the body, which may require complicated diagnosis procedures. However, medical imaging has made this challenge far more manageable over the last century, resulting in a significant impact on public health.
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A wide variety of medical issues occur inside the body, which may require complicated diagnosis procedures. However, medical imaging has made this challenge far more manageable over the last century, resulting in a significant impact on public health.
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A wide variety of medical issues occur inside the body, which may require complicated diagnosis procedures. However, medical imaging has made this challenge far more manageable over the last century, resulting in a significant impact on public health.
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A wide variety of medical issues occur inside the body, which may require complicated diagnosis procedures. However, medical imaging has made this challenge far more manageable over the last century, resulting in a significant impact on public health.
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A wide variety of medical issues occur inside the body, which may require complicated diagnosis procedures. However, medical imaging has made this challenge far more manageable over the last century, resulting in a significant impact on public health.
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A wide variety of medical issues occur inside the body, which may require complicated diagnosis procedures. However, medical imaging has made this challenge far more manageable over the last century, resulting in a significant impact on public health.
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Being the principal investment promotion agency for the country for over 50 years, the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) understands the importance of being agile and reactive in supporting the evolving needs of the business community and acting as a bridge between the Government and the private sector. Hence, we recognise that fast access to the right information is essential for any business regardless of size or industry, particularly in today’s digital age.
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