Malaysia: Investment in The Services Sector - Policies, Incentives and Facilities

Services Sector 

This guidebook serve as a promotional tool to promote investments into the identified services sub-sectors in Malaysia. It consists of a series of 20 booklets prepared by MIDA, which cover 18 sub-sectors.

Containing information on current policies, procedures, incentives, approvals, equity requirements, expatriate employment, and incentives for the identified services sub-sectors. It also provides information on the relevant ministries/agencies/departments and professional bodies responsible for the respective services activities, including details on their addresses, contact points and other useful information.

The following are the downloadable series of booklet in PDF format. These brochures are only available in English version. Contents are last updated in 2018.

Note: Should you have any enquiries, feel free to forward them to [email protected] or contact us at 03 2267 3633.


Booklet 1 General Policies, Facilities and Guidelines Download
Booklet 2 Regional Operations Download
Booklet 3 Research & Development (R&D) Download
Booklet 4 Logistics Services Download
Booklet 5 Specialised Technical Support Services Download
Booklet 6 Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Services Download
Booklet 7 Environmental Management Services Download
Booklet 8 Distributive Trade Services Download
Booklet 9 Tourism and Travel Related Services Download
Booklet 10 Education and Industrial Training Services Download
Booklet 11 Legal Services Download
Booklet 12 Accounting, Auditing and Taxation Services Download
Booklet 13 Architectural Consultancy Services Download
Booklet 14 Surveying Consultancy Services Download
Booklet 15 Medical and Health Care Services Download
Booklet 16 Engineering and Energy Consultancy Services Download
Booklet 17 Management Consultancy Services Download
Booklet 18 Market Research Services Download
Booklet 19 Advertising Services Download
Booklet 20 Quick Reference Download
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Last Updated : Friday 13th December 2019