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  1. Top Glove Group
    rubber glove manufacturer. today, top glove with its annual production capacity of 40 billion pieces of gloves, exports to 1,000 customers in over 185 countries. malaysia remains to be the location of our manufacturing hub, a true testimony of this country's supportive environment for our business.since the early beginnings, we have started a good working partnership with mida and other governmen...
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  2. Why Malaysia
    a dynamic business environment malaysia offers investors a dynamic and vibrant business environment with the ideal prerequisites for growth and profits. malaysia's key strengths include well-developed infrastructure and productive workforce. a politically stable country with a well-developed legal system, malaysia also provides attractive incentives for investors. supported by a market-oriented ...
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  3. Facts and Figures
    investment data (overall) approved private investments in various economic sectors, 2019 & 2018 summary number potential employment domestic investment  (rm million) * foreign investment  (rm million) * total investment  (rm million) * ...
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  4. Testimonials
    rubber glove manufacturer. today, top glove with its annual production capacity of 40 billion pieces of gloves, exports to 1,000 customers in over 185 countries. malaysia remains to be the location of our manufacturing hub, a true testimony of this country's supportive environment for our business. read more toray toray industries inc., japan,...
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  5. Projects Approved by Major Industry, 2019 and 2018
    ringgit malaysia - rm industry 2019 2018 no. domestic investment (rm million) foreign investment (rm million) total proposed capital investment (rm million) ...
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  6. Utilities
    1 electricity rates show allhide all peninsular malaysia tenaga nasional berhad (tnb) is the main electricity power generator and supplier in peninsular malaysia. this tariff is effective from 1st january 2017 and supersedes the previous tariff schedule which was effective on 1st january 2014. down...
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  7. Chambers of Commerce / Industry
    rubber glove manufacturers' association (margma) malaysian rubber products manufacturers' association (mrpma) malaysian-swedish business association (masba) malaysian textile manufacturers association (mtma) master builders association malaysia (mbam)...
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  8. R&D Organisations
    bureau of innovation & consultancy, universiti teknologi malaysia fisheries research institute (fri) forest research institute of malaysia (frim) institute of research management & monitoring, university of malaya (ippp) malaysian agricultural research & development institute (mardi) malaysian centre for remote sensing (macres) malaysian cocoa board (mcb) mimos berhad malaysian institute for ...
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  9. Incentives in Manufacturing 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, excise act 1976 and free zones act 1990. these acts cover 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...
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  10. MIECO
    mieco chipboard berhad (“mieco”) was incorporated in 1972. the company has been listed on the main board of bursa malaysia since 1998. mieco commissioned its first production line in 1976, making it the pioneer in chipboard manufacturing in malaysia using rubber wood which is now known as tropical oak wood.mieco has two factories with a total capacity of 900,000 cubic meters per annum which ...
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  11. Archived e-Newsletters 2018
    mida newsletter - december 2018 issue malaysia records rm139.3 billion of approved investments for january-september 2018 malaysia attracted a total of rm139.3 billion worth of investments in the manufacturing, services and primary sectors for the first nine months of 2018. this was an 18% increase from the rm118.1 billion approve...
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  12. Sustainable Waste Management in Malaysia : Opportunities and Challenges
    w ith fast-growing cities and ballooning population, developing countries like malaysia are facing numerous challenges in sustainably managing wastes. the waste generated in malaysia in 2005 was 19,000 tons per day at a recycling rate of 5%. the quantity rose to 38,000 tons per day thirteen years later in 2018, despite the increased recycling rate of 17.5%. this is alarming as the rat...
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  13. MIDA Invest Series: Unfolding Selangor’s Business Potential
    mida organised its ninth briefing of mida invest series: unfolding states’ business potential at its headquarters on 7 august 2019. mr. arham abdul rahman, deputy chief executive officer (dceo) of mida during his opening remarks said that selangor is indeed one of the most preferred investment locations for manufacturing activities. continued interest by investors had enabled selangor to...
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  14. MIDA Insights - Special Feature
    april 2020 issue iso standards - spurring sustainable business development (sirim qas) sirim qas international is the largest certification body in malaysia that provides certification services to organisations worldwide. the senior general manager of the organisation’s management system certification department, mr. mohd hamim imam mustain...
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  15. Palm Oil Industrial Cluster (POIC): Unlocking Sabah’s Potential
    the palm oil industrial cluster (poic) lahad datu was established by the sabah state government in 2005 to spearhead the development of palm oilbased downstream activities. through the provision of adequate physical infrastructure and policies, poic serves as a catalyst to accelerate the growth of the palm oil industry in the region. presently, sabah is the largest oil palm t produ...
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  16. Kedah Rubber City: Choice Investment Destination for Rubber Industry Players
    kedah rubber city (krc) is the first dedicated rubber industrial park in kedah, covering an area of 1,244 acres (54 million sq.ft). krc is envisioned to accelerate the development of the malaysian rubber industry and is positioned to be the regional high-value rubber industrial hub in asean. strategically located within the “rubber belt” of the malaysian-thailand border, krc is d...
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  17. Restricted Movement Order (RMO) for Malaysia Industries
    a restricted movement order (rmo) for malaysia industries show allhide all 1. what are the critical industries / factories that are allowed to operate during the rmo? only selected critical industries are allowed to operate during the rmo, subject to approval by miti. please refer to the list of industries based on essential goods as ...
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  18. Movement Control Order Ministry of International Trade and Industry No. 3
    rubber glove manufacturers produce at full capacity while suppliers are limited to 50%? if the suppliers wish to increase their capacity beyond 50%, they are required to apply via cims 2.0 at https://application.miti.gov.my. we need all raw materials and spare parts from our suppliers. how do we get these urgent items if they (suppliers) are not ...
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