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  1. Are Malaysians Ready for Future Jobs?
    malaysia’s industrialisation has shifted from job creation to becoming a developed nation by 2020. from 2006 to 2018, the government has approved  more than 64,000 projects in various economic sectors with investment valued at rm2.2 trillion. these projects have created over 2 million job opportunities. today, malaysia has become one of the largest exporters in semiconducto...
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  2. BMW Malaysia Sdn Bhd
    malaysia was established in august 2003 and has local and regional responsibilities. with four main functions, the company, is an important part of the bmw group's asian network. these functions are carried out by the national sales company (bmw malaysia sdn bhd), which distributes bmw and mini automobiles and bmw motorbikes; the group data centre, one of three global hubs for end-to-end it servic...
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  3. BP Malaysia
    malaysia, bp has diversified its business activities to become a major player in the petrochemical sector producing ethylene/ polyethylene and acetic acid as well as purified terephthalic acid. bp's solar power technologies are also making an impact in rural areas. bp also produces and markets lubricant products under the castrol, bp and duckhams brands which are produced and blended at our local ...
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  4. Daimler Chrysler
    malaysian market for its products and services. we are confident that the pro-business policies of the malaysian government and malaysian's strong macroeconomic framework, robust gdp growth and cost competitiveness will continue to offer attractive investment opportunities and high returns for foreign investors.daimler chrysler malaysia sdn bhd was incorporated in january 2003 as a joint venture b...
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  5. E-Commerce: A Game Changer for Logistics Industry in Malaysia
    malaysia, indonesia, thailand, philippines and vietnam. bmi research in 2018 reported that these asean countries are set to contribute an estimated of usd64.8 billion (rm257.9 billion) in 2021 from online shopping market activity, a giant leap from usd37.7 billion recorded in 2017. malaysia‘s share of total online retail sales was at 2.7%, positioning malaysia second in the region.&...
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  6. Economic Strength
    malaysia plan is a strategic plan that paves the way for malaysia to deliver the future that the 'rakyat' desires and deserves. it represents the government’s commitment to fulfilling the aspirations of the people. the eleventh plan is based on the theme “anchoring growth on people”.  ...
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  7. Facts and Figures
    malaysia - rm jan-june 2019 2018 new exp/div total new exp/div total number 216 150 366 386 335 721 ...
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  8. Facts on Malaysia
    malaysia and 2 in malaysian borneo) and 3 federal territories. as a federation, the governance of the country is divided between the federal and the state governments system of government parliamentary democracy with a constitutional monarch head of state dymm seri paduka baginda yang di-pertuan agong xvi al-sultan abdullah ri'ayatuddin al-mustafa billah sha...
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  9. Fuji Electric (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.
    malaysia) sdn. bhd. (fem), a wholly-owned overseas subsidiary of fuji electric device technology co., ltd. (fdt) commenced operations in 1998 at the kulim hi-tech park, kedah, malaysia. being one of the pioneer investors in the kulim hi-tech park, fem has foreseen the potential of the industry at this strategic location.the company expanded its operations from about 400 employees in 1999 to more t...
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  10. HP
    malaysia manufacturing, penang, our newest hp site lives and breathe the spirit of keep reinventing right from when we first establish the site back in 2015. it was a strategic decision to position a hp site here in penang, malaysia where great transparent industry policy, efficient processes for both federal & state agencies making our business flow easier/effective as well as good local sup...
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  11. Idemitsu
    malaysia. we have started producing polystyrene, which is an important material to support the in the early 90’s, we have further expanded our platform by working together with petronas. in 1997, styrene monomer joint venture, idemitsu sm (m) sdn bhd (idemitsu 70%, petronas chemicals group 30%, located in johor) was commissioned. and ethylene jv, petronas chemical ethylene sdn. bhd. (...
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  12. IGEM 2019 : Towards a Sustainable and Green Malaysia
    malaysia (igem) 2019 marks its 10th anniversary as the largest trade event for green technologies and eco-solutions in south east asia. igem is an excellent platform for solution providers and green energy businesses to tap into the fast-expanding asean market by showcasing the latest innovations within the industry. organised annually by the ministry of energy, science, technology, envi...
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  13. Government Representatives
    malaysia tenaga nasional berhad royal malaysian customs telekom malaysia berhad department of labour peninsular malaysia department of environmentfunctions advise and assist investors on matters relating to tax, labour, immigration, customs, utilities, occupational safety and health, and environment coordinate applications for approval and other matters under the purview of the rel...
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  14. Invest in Malaysia
    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 corridors and others agencies in the country on matters related to investment promotion. ...
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  15. Malaysia Economic Corridors
    malaysia in southern johor (irda)northern corridor economic region (ncer)east coast economic region (ecer)sabah development corridor (sdc)sarawak corridor of renewable energy (score)...
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  16. ​Ismeca Malaysia
    malaysia sdn. bhd. is a wholly owned subsidiary of cohu semiconductor equipment group, united states of america. cohu is a leading supplier of ic and led test handlers, micro-electro mechanical system (mems) test modules, back-end finishing equipment and thermal sub-systems used in final test, burn-in and system level test by semiconductor manufacturers and test subcontractors.the company’...
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  17. Knowles Electronics
    malaysia as one of the main manufacturing operations centre for our highly refined miniature acoustic transducers - microphones. "there are several reasons why knowles choose to invest and do business in malaysia. firstly, malaysia is supported by well educated, dedicated and highly trained workforce, a result from the success of multinationals operations over the last three decades here. t...
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  18. Malaysia : The World’s Best Country to Invest
    malaysia increased by 73.4% to rm29.3 billion from rm16.9 billion in the first quarter of 2018. this commendable performance could only be achieved with the conducive business climate within the country, which has not gone unnoticed by international observers.malaysia was ranked the world’s best country to invest in or do business for 2019 by ceoworld magazine, a highly targeted publication with...
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  19. Malaysia Continues to Attract Business Interest
    malaysia continues to sustain its investment growth momentum in the first half of 2019 (1h2019) despite the challenging global economic landscape and intense competition, with total investments of rm92.0 billion recorded in the services, manufacturing and primary sectors. these investments were from 2,554 projects and will potentially create 59,542 employment opportunities...
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  20. MIDA launched its new guidebook on services sector entitled 'Malaysia - Investment in the Services Sector'
    content type : video montage duration : 1:53 mins...
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  21. Malaysia offers new strategic locations for foreign and domestic investors along the ECRL corridor
    malaysia's earliest railway system was established during the british colonial era when the federated malay states railway and the malaysian railway administration operated in 1885. the first railway line connected taiping to port weld (kuala sepetang) to transport tin cargo from the mines in the vicinity of taiping, larut and matang. the railway system at that time was mostly decentralised ...
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  22. Malaysia Rankings
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  23. Malaysia Remains an Attractive Investment Destination: Recording Approved Investments of RM53.9 billion in Q1 2019
    malaysia has successfully attracted a total of rm53.9 billion approved investments in the manufacturing, services and primary sectors for the first quarter of 2019 (q1 2019), an increase of 3.1% from the same period last year (rm52.3 billion). these investments are from 1,678 projects and are expected to generate more than 41,200 job opportunities for the country.  the positive ...
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  24. Malaysia - Success Stories Series Video
    malaysia's success stories series 8 samurai this video was launched during mida forum 2013 malaysia's success stories series a-bio orthopedics sdn bhd news appearance in buletin utama & nightline tv3 malaysia...
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  25. Malaysia: Investment Performance
    malaysia english bahasa malaysia presentation slides 2017 english bahasa malaysia english bahasa malaysia presentation slides q3/2017 english n/a n/a n/a n/a 1h 2017 english bahasa malaysia n/a n/a ...
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  26. About MIDA
    malaysian industrial development authority (mida) act, the establishment of mida in 1967 was hailed by the world bank as "the necessary impetus for purposeful, positive and coordinated promotional action" for malaysia's industrial development. today, mida is malaysia's cutting-edge, dynamic and pioneering force in opening pathways  to new frontiers around the globe. ...
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  27. MIDA AMC 2018 Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM)
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  28. MIDA AMC 2018 Integrated Device Technology Malaysia Sdn Bhd
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  29. MIDA AMC 2018 IKEA Supply Malaysia Sdn Bhd
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    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-annual-media-conference-2018-ikea-supply-malaysia-sdn-bhd/posts/
  30. MIDA Collaborates with Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) to Boost Localisation Activities in the Automotive Industry
    malaysian investment development authority (mida) in collaboration with the malaysian automotive association (maa) organised the localisation programme for automotive industry 2019, themed "local2global" at mida headquarters. the event received an encouraging response from the automotive industry players and attended by over 100 participants ranging from maa members, including the original equipme...
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  31. MIDA Facilitates Overseas Internship for Malaysian Students Abroad
    malaysian sponsored students (under jpa and mara) studying abroad to secure placement for internships with foreign investors or mncs that have operations in malaysia. for example, mida germany, both frankfurt and munich offices have assisted malaysian students in getting internships with german companies. the number of malaysian students in germany quadrupled in the last ten years. currently, cl...
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  32. Progress Updates on FHTP, OECD
    malaysia and fhtp, decision and consensus for the first three incentives were achieved while the latter remains under evaluation. the contract r&d and green technology services which are categorised under the non-ip regime were reviewed and amended to ensure that substance is included as part of the incentive criteria and conditions. moving forward, all projects approved under the green technolo...
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  33. MIDA Insights - Why Malaysia Series
    malaysia : ocim sdn bhd established in 1959, oci, with head office in seoul, south korea is a global producer of value-added chemicals and materials for a broad range of industries. in march 2008, oci launched commercial production at gunsan p1 plant with a nameplate capacity of 5,000 metric tons shortly after polysilicon spot market prices hit a historic high of over usd500/kg. subseque...
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  34. MIDA Worldwide Network
    malaysia's capital city of kuala lumpur, mida has established a global network of 20 overseas offices covering asia, europe, us, and australia to assist investors interested in establishing manufacturing projects and services. investors are encouraged to discuss their project interests with mida officers at mida's headquarters in kuala lumpur or at its overseas closest to them.  sa...
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  35. List of MITI Agencies
    malaysia tel: (603) 8000 8000   fax: (603) 6202 3446   website: www.miti.gov.my e-mail: [email protected] malaysian investment development authority (mida) malaysia external trade development corporation  (matrade) mida sentral    ...
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  36. Our Journey in Malaysia : A Landmark Factory Unlike Any: Hotayi Electronic
    malaysiahotayi electronic is a leading global electronics manufacturing services (ems) company that provides a wide range of valueadded manufacturing solutions and services such as pcb assembly till box build. founded in 1992, this taiwanese-owned company has achieved remarkable international milestones under the leadership of its chairman, dato' lee hung lung. for the past 27 years, hotay...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/a-landmark-factory-unlike-any:-hotayi-electronic/posts/
  37. Our Journey in Malaysia : C. Steinweg Group
    malaysia, c, steinweg incorporated its local entity in 1991 and became one of the first london metal exchange (lme) approved operators to operate in johor port terminal 1  (since 2004) and port klang free zone (since 2009). in november 2018, steinweg was again the first lme operator to list its built-and-operated warehouse in johor port terminal 2. on may 3rd, 2019, steinweg group proudly...
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  38. Our Journey in Malaysia : OCIM Sdn Bhd
    malaysia. oci began discussion to purchase and take over the operation in 2015. the takeover was successfully completed in may 2017. following the takeover, oci focussed to normalise the operations. after the completion of debottlenecking initiatives, the sarawak p2 capacity reached 17,000 metric tons from 13,800 metric tons. oci had also been hard at work to get the sara...
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  39. Our Journey in Malaysia : Roland Manufacturing & MI Services
    malaysia after deep consideration to invest. “there are many factors why we choose malaysia, in particular, port klang as our investment location. it is an ideal location to shorten lead-time from production to delivery, easy access to electronic and mechanical component makers, excellent human resources who have good knowledge of english language and faster learning curve of skills. malaysia...
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  40. Our Journey in Malaysia : Schmidt + Clemens (S+C)
    malaysia. the reasons for this choice were complex, but we were swayed above all by the political stability of the country.” consequently, the first site of the schmidt + clemens group was created in 2001 in the vicinity of kuala lumpur.  however, s+c quickly realised that the leased capacities there were not sufficient to keep pace with the booming markets. in 2005, the company s...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/our-journey-in-malaysia-:-schmidt-clemens-sc/posts/
  41. Our Journey in Malaysia : VAT Group AG
    malaysia, key to vat's flexible global footprint vat began work on its malaysia facility in penang in 2013 as part of its long-term strategy to move closer to its customers, improve access to its largest market, globalise its business model and give the company more flexibility in its production capacity, cost structure and supply chain. when the project was officially completed, and the plant m...
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  42. Penang, Among Top Investment Destinations in Malaysia : Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector Reached RM137.9 billion, 1980 - March 2019
    malaysia's total approved fdi in the manufacturing sector for the period of january to march 2019. notable approved manufacturing projects in penang include projects from micron technology and jabil circuit.mida continues to undertake various activities and programmes to attract more quality investments, including from the domestic players. for example, a dedicated team, namely the investment coor...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/penang,-among-top-investment-destinations-in-malaysia:-approved-investments-in-the-manufacturing-sector-reached-rm137.9-billion,-1980---march-2019/posts/
  43. Petrofac Malaysia
    malaysia. petrofac malaysia actively operates and partakes in oil and gas production since 2006 with mandate given by the government and petronas. its main role is to assist in establishing the oil and gas resources in the country with tax incentives and allowing skilled foreign experts to work hand in hand with the local resources. pm304 was originally classed as a marginal resource and ...
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  44. Plastic Recycling : Malaysia's Perspective
    malaysian investment development authority (mida). incentives, namely the pioneer status (ps) or investment tax allowance (ita) are offered to further malaysia’s priority for sustainable waste management practices. as of december 2018, a total of 55 plastics recycling projects are in operation with total investments of rm 199.5 million. these projects have created 3,341 jobs in the country.in ma...
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  45. TechnipFMC
    malaysia in 1982. technipfmc in malaysia has since become an oil and gas engineering and manufacturing hub in apac with capabilities spanning within the country and across the region. the company has delivered many of the nation’s firsts deep-water projects- from murphy kikeh spar (the first spar installed outside the gulf of mexico), the gumusut-kakap semi-submersible, to shell malikai ten...
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  46. Sustainable Waste Management in Malaysia : Opportunities and Challenges
    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 rate has exceeded the japan international cooperation agency (jica) study’s proposed rate of ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/sustainable-waste-management-in-malaysia-:-opportunities-and-challenges/posts/
  47. The Malaysian Aerospace Industry - Soaring to New Heights
    malaysia’s aerospace industry is one of the rapidly growing industries in the country, energised by the implementation of the national aerospace industry blueprint 2030. with over 230 companies involved in the maintenance, repair and overhaul (mro), aero-manufacturing, education and training, systems integration, as well as engineering and design activities, the industry is growing at ...
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  48. Toray
    malaysia’s pioneer industrial partner since the 1970s. collectively known as toray group (malaysia), it represents one of toray’s major investments outside japan. under the supervision of toray industries (malaysia), toray operates seven manufacturing plants in penang's strategic industrial parks through penfibre, penfabric and toray plastics (malaysia) and a joint-venture toray basf ...
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  49. Functions of MIDA
    malaysia3. to recommend policies and strategies on industrial promotion and development to the minister of international trade and industry4. to evaluate applications for manufacturing licences and expatriate posts; tax incentives for manufacturing activities, tourism, r&d,training institutions and software development; and duty exemption on raw materials, components and machinery 5.&n...
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  50. MIDA Headquarters
    malaysian 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 sta...
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  51. Resource Centre
    malaysian 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. ...
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  52. Career
    malaysia into a higher-income economy? internationally recognized as an effective 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 invest...
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  53. Contact Us
    malaysia@mida.gov.my by filling up the feedback form. do you need additional information on investing in malaysia? email your enquiries to investmalaysia@mida.gov.my or fill in this enquiry form and we will provide a prompt response to you. visit us investors will find mida's business information centre (bic) located at our head office in kuala lumpur, a co...
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  54. Why Malaysia
    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 economy and pro-business governme...
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  55. Procurement
    malaysia (ssm) dan kementerian kewangan malaysia (mof) yang mempunyai kod bidang berkaitan yang masih berkuatkuasa bagi menyertai sebutharga ini. dokumen sebutharga boleh diambil di bahagian pengurusan korporat mida, mida sentral, tingkat 14, no. 5, jalan stesen sentral 5, kuala lumpur sentral, 50470 kuala lumpur semasa waktu pejabat bermula pada 11 september 2019 (rabu). dokumen...
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  56. Supportive Government Policies
    malaysia is the government's commitment to maintain a business environment that provides companies with the opportunities for growth and profits. this commitment is seen in the government's constant efforts to obtain feedback from the business community through channels of consultation such as regular government-private sector dialogues. these allow the various business communities to air the...
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  57. An Educated Workforce
    malaysia offers investors a young, educated and productive workforce at costs competitive with other countries in asia. backed by the government's continued support of human resource development in all sectors, the quality of malaysia's workforce is one of the best in the region. literacy levels are high and school leavers entering the job market have at least 11 years of basic education.high pri...
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  58. Developed Infrastructure
    malaysia has been the nation's persistent drive to develop and upgrade its infrastructure. over the years, these 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...
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  59. Vibrant Business Environment
    malaysia a highly competitive manufacturing and export base. malaysia's rapid move towards the k-economy allows companies to do business in an environment that is geared towards information technology. one of malaysia's major pull factors is its large pool of young, educated and trainable workforce. many of malaysia's university graduates are trained overseas in fields such as engineering, and a...
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  60. Quality of Life
    malaysia is among the most friendly and hospitable places in the world to work and live in. in addition, the country's tropical climate with its uniform temperatures allows light, comfortable clothing throughout the year. expatriates and their families will enjoy a safe and comfortable living environment with 21st century amenities, good healthcare and medical facilities, excellent educational i...
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  61. Testimonials
    malaysians. read more agilent technologies as the world's premier measurement company, agilent works in close collaboration with engineers, scientists, and researchers around the globe to meet the technology developments of communications, electronics, life sciences, and chemical analysis area. we serves customers in 110 countries with a global wor...
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  62. Electrical and Electronics
    malaysia, particularly the semiconductor ecosystem, has critical cross-industry linkages and applications, including new growth in telecommunication and medical devices, as well as internet-capable industrial technologies and mobile electronic systems, such as the internet of things (iot), virtual or augmented reality (vr/ar), automotive electronics, wearable electronics, and personal computi...
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  63. BenQ Sdn Bhd
    malaysia and its closeness to the market enable quick delivery which is critical in today's competitive market. benq's 43-acre facility in penang manufactures colour monitors and cd-rom drives and has an annual turnover of rm2 billion. cumulative investments over the last 11 years total about rm250 million. the success of our operations can be attributed to our committed workforce whose spirit ...
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  64. Machinery and Equipment
    malaysia is the leading manufacturer of specialised-process machinery for the e&e industry and automation equipment in the sea region. malaysian m&e companies are capable of providing a full range of world-class, international quality services, including design & development, test simulation and software programming, structure fabrication, module assembly and integration, as well as automation...
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  65. Medical Devices
    malaysia are of world-class quality and recognised for their adherence to international standards, as well as global regulatory compliance systems. over 90 per cent of medical devices manufactured in malaysia are exported.the industry comprises over 200 manufacturers with implemented investments of rm14.2 billion, making malaysia an up-and-coming global medical device manufacturing hub. more...
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  66. Agilent Technologies
    malaysia. malaysia has progressed into a world-renowned high-tech metropolis since its independence in 1957. similarly, agilent malaysia has mirrored the progress of our country, moving from a small labor-intensive manufacturing facility to a high-value operation with many diverse functions ranging from world-class supply chain management, research & development, and customer care center t...
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  67. Avialite Sdn Bhd
    malaysia was sparked when marketing of imported aviation lights in malaysia become very difficult due to the increase in euro currency during the early 2000s and that the european manufacturers were slow to take on the new led technology trend. having immense passion and interest in electronics, as a qualified engineer in e&e, ir. a. l. chew started to design and built an led aviation light.with h...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/avialite-sdn-bhd/posts/
  68. Engineering Support
    malaysian esi companies that are capable of providing such solutions to meet ever-growing and sophisticated global demand include alpha master sdn. bhd., atasmi precision machinist sdn bhd., uwc holdings sdn. bhd., lypometal sdn. bhd. and kobay technology sdn. bhd. these companies develop and produce high value-added modular components, machine structures, precision engineering parts, sheet m...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/engineering-support/posts/
  69. Basic Metal Products
    malaysian iron and steel sub-sector in particular has the potential to generate up to 6.5 per cent of gdp growth, and provide up to 225,000 job opportunities in 2020. malaysian companies in the basic metal products industry are active in upstream, midstream, and downstream activities, and produce both flat and long products. flat products (e.g. slabs, hot rolled and cold rolled coils, and c...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/basic-metal-products/posts/
  70. Altera
    malaysia—while most companies offer only assembly line and manufacturing work, altera has true r&d opportunities where engineers in penang can physically implement chip designs. this ability to work on “real” designs attracted the best and brightest engineers, giving altera a committed and highly skilled team.initially, the penang team focused on completing the chip designs and layouts...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/altera/posts/
  71. Carotech
    malaysia's home-grown success stories, carotech bhd. was incorporated in 1992 and is the first and only integrated plant in the world to commercially extract tocotrienol complex (tocominâ) , a potent form of natural vitamin e more commonly known as super vitamin e), mixed carotene complex (carominâ), and phytosterols (steromaxâ) from palm fruits (elaeis guineensis). the extraction technology is...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/carotech/posts/
  72. Pharmaceuticals
    malaysian manufacturers have demonstrated their capabilities and capacities to produce pharmaceutical products in almost all dosage forms, including sterile preparations, injectables, and time-release medications, as well as developed and launched off-patent generic drugs and herbal products under their own brands. malaysia is a member of the pharmaceutical inspection convention and pharmaceu...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/pharmaceuticals/posts/
  73. BASF PETRONAS Chemicals
    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 office in subang jaya, selangor. the location in g...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/basf-petronas-chemicals/posts/
  74. News
    malaysia rankings industry news services news cross border news economy news global news ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/news/posts/
  75. Video Gallery
    malaysia - success stories series mida annual media conference mida open day ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/video-gallery/posts/
  76. Overview: Projects Approved, January - June 2019 and 2018
    malaysia - rm jan - june 2019 2018 new exp/div total new exp/div total number 216 150 366 386 335 721 potential employment 17,739 12,710 30,449 36,455 22,839 59,294 total capital inve...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/-overview:-projects-approved,january-june-2019-and-2018/posts/
  77. Projects Approved by Major Industry, January - June 2019 and 2018
    malaysia - rm industry jan-june 2019 2018 no. domestic investment* (rm million) foreign investment* (rm million) total proposed capital investment* (rm million) no. domestic investment* (rm million) foreign investment* (rm million) total proposed ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/projects-approved-by-major-industry,january-june-2019-and-2018/posts/
  78. Projects Approved by Major Country, January -June 2019 and 2018
    malaysia - rm jan-june 2019 2018 country no. foreign investment* (rm million) no. foreign investment* (rm million) usa 19 11,687.8 18 3,155.0 china 30 4,786.6 40 19,673.3 singapore 43 3,158.3 82 1,834.0 ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/projects-approved-by-major-country,january-june-2019-and-2018/posts/
  79. Projects Approved by State, January - June 2019 and 2018
    malaysia - rm jan-june 2019 2018 state no. domestic investment* (rm million) foreign investment* (rm million) total proposed capital investment* (rm million) no. domestic investment* (rm million) foreign investment* (rm million) total proposed capita...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/projects-approved-by-state,january-june-2019-and-2018/posts/
  80. Key Economic Indicators
    malaysia for latest updates, visit http://www.treasury.gov.my/index.php/en/economy/economic-indicators.html malaysia' external trade performance 2018 p jan-mar 2019 p total export (f.o.b) rm998.3 billion rm236.0 billion total import (c.i.f) rm 877.8 billion ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/key-economic-indicators/posts/
  81. Location Map
    malaysia tel: 603 2267 3633 fax: 603 2274 7970 email: investmalaysia@mida.gov.my website: http://www.mida.gov.my ...
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  82. MIDA State Offices
    malaysia's capital city of kuala lumpur, mida has established 12 regional offices in malaysia to assist investors in implementing their manufacturing projects and services.  investors are encouraged to discuss their project interests with mida officers at mida's headquarters in kuala lumpur or at its state offices closest to them.  selangor selangor perak ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-state-offices/posts/
  83. Frequently Asked Questions
    malaysian customs, department of environment, tenaga nasional berhad and telekom malaysia berhad. what are the types of applications evaluated by mida? mida evaluates the following applications: manufacturing licence under the industrial coordination act, 1975 incentives exemption from custom duties expatriate posts status for regional establishme...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/frequently-asked-questions/posts/
  84. Publications
    malaysia: investment in the manufacturing sector download malaysia: investment in the services sector download costs of doing business in malaysia down...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/publications/posts/
  85. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
    malaysian customs, department of environment, tenaga nasional berhad and telekom malaysia berhad. what are the types of applications evaluated by mida? mida evaluates the following applications: manufacturing licence under the industrial coordination act, 1975 incentives exemption from custom duties expatriate posts status for regional establishments ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/frequently-asked-questions-(faqs)/posts/
  86. Useful Links
    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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  87. Manufacturing Sector
    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 guarantee agreem...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/manufacturing-sector/posts/
  88. Forms & Guidelines for Manufacturing Sector
    malaysian owned companies(download) guideline on application for manufacturing licence(download) guideline on incentive application for manufacturing project(download) form ica/ja-1 new manufacturing project form ica/ja-2expansion and/or diversification project by a licensed manufacturer or by an existing non-licensed manufacturer form ica/ja-3high ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/forms-&-guidelines-for-manufacturing-sector/posts/
  89. Forms & Guidelines for Services Sector
    malaysian owned companies (download) guidelines and procedures for application for status and/or incentives and/or expatriate posts for selected services sub-sectors (download) aregional operations i.  principal hub guidelines checklist form phapplication for principal hub incentive an...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/forms-&-guidelines-for-services-sector/posts/
  90. Services Sector
    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 travel (health tourism) high value tourism activities such as eco-tourism ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/services-sector/posts/
  91. Starting a Business
    malaysia (ssm) show allhide all companies doing business in malaysia must register with the companies commission of malaysia (ssm) under the companies act 2016 (act 777). fees to be paid to ssm main fees to be paid to the companies commission of malaysia (ssm): (refer to the companies regulations 2017) matter fee ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/starting-a-business/posts/
  92. Testimonial
    malaysia's political and economic stability, prudent and pragmatic investor friendly business policies, cost-productive workforce, a developed infrastructure comparable to that of any western country and a host of other amenities makes this country an enticing place for investors. multinational corporations from more than 40 countries have invested in over 5,000 companies in malaysia 's manufact...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/what-investors-say/posts/
  93. Taxation
    malaysia show allhide all income of any person including a company, accruing in or derived from malaysia or received in malaysia from outside malaysia is subject to income tax. however, with effect from year of assessment (ya) 2004, income received in malaysia from sources outside malaysia by any person other than a resident company carrying on business of banking, insurance...
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  94. Human Resource
    malaysia. paid maternity leave : 60 days normal work hours : not exceeding eight hours in one day or 48 hours in one week paid holiday : at least 11 gazetted public holidays ...
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  95. Utilities
    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. download pdf for full version sabah sabah electricity ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/utilities/posts/
  96. Transportation Costs
    malaysian and international companies provide courier services in malaysia. destination country documents merchandise max. weight limit (kg) first 500 gm next 500 gm first 500 gm next 500 gm ...
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  97. Living in Malaysia
    malaysian association of hotels - www.hotels.org.my 2 golf club membership show allhide all golf club membership club fees (course: 36 holes) rm us$ corporate membership (one nominee) 2,500 - 250,000 781 - 78,125 ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/living-in-malaysia/posts/
  98. Business Information Centre
    malaysia's manufacturing and its related services sectors. the duty officer will assists in getting essential information and connecting investors with the right contact person in the respective divisions. for further information, please contact: duty officer business information centre malaysian investment development authority (mida) tel: (603) 2263 2549 e-mail: investmalays...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/business-information-centre/posts/
  99. List of Ministries
    malaysia tel: (603) 8888 8000 fax: (603) 8888 3444 website: www.pmo.gov.my    e-mail: [email protected] block 4g1, wisma tani, no. 28, persiaran perdana, precinct 4 federal government administrative centre, 62624, putrajaya, malaysia tel: (603) 8870 1200/1400  fax: (603) 8888 6906    website: htt...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/list-of-ministries/posts/
  100. List of Federal and State Government Agencies
    malaysia (mygov) malaysia digital economy corporation (mdec) malaysian bioeconomy development corporation sdn. bhd. (bioeconomy corporation) halal industry development corporation (hdc) malaysia property incorporated (mpi) invest kl talentcorp malaysia state government agencies invest selangor johor state investment centre (jsic) pahang state development corporation (pknp) in...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/list-of-federal-and-state-government-agencies/posts/
  101. Chambers of Commerce / Industry
    malaysian chamber of commerce (amcham) associated chinese chambers of commerce and industry of malaysia (acccim) association of the computer and multimedia industry, malaysia (pikom) british malaysian chamber of commerce (bmcc) chemical industries council of malaysia (cicm) eu-malaysia chamber of commerce and industry (eumcci) federation of malaysian manufacturers (fmm) malay chamber of commerce m...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/chambers-of-commerce-industry/posts/
  102. Technology Related Organisation
    malaysia malaysian bioeconomy development corporation malaysian technology development corporation (mtdc) malaysian industry-government group for high technology (might) malaysian science and technology information centre (mastic)...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/technology-related-organisation/posts/
  103. Infrastructure Related Agencies
    malaysia airlines (mas) malaysia property incorporated midf property berhad northern corridor economic region (ncer) northport malaysia berhad palm oil industrial cluster sabah (lahad datu) palm oil industrial cluster (sandakan) sabah development corridor (sdc) sarawak corridor of renewal energy (score) southern industrial & logistics cluster (silc) senai hi-tech park telekom...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/infrastructure-related-agencies/posts/
  104. Financial Organisations
    malaysia (central bank of malaysia) malaysia international islamic financial centre (mifc) credit guarantee corporation malaysia berhad export-import bank of malaysia berhad (exim bank) labuan financial services authority (lfsa)...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/financial-organisations/posts/
  105. R&D Organisations
    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 nuclear technology research (mint) malaysian palm oil board (m...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/r&d-organisations/posts/
  106. International/Regional Organisations
    malaysia-thailand-growth triangle (imt-gt) kuala lumpur regional centre for arbitration south-south information gateway (ssig) world association of investment agencies (waipa) asean countries brunei brunei economic development board ministry of primary industry and resources brunei industrial development authority cambodia indonesia lao pdr ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/international-regional-organisations/posts/
  107. Institution of Higher Learning
    malaysia.com advanced technology training centre (adtec), kulim centre for instructors & advanced skill training (ciast) german-malaysia institute (gmi) ministry of youth and sports training institution penang skills development centre (psdc) terengganu advanced technical institute (tati) universiti kuala lumpur (unikl) universiti sains malaysia (usm) institut integriti malaysia selangor human re...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/institution-of-higher-learning/posts/
  108. List of OIC Members
    malaysia malaysian investment development authority www.mida.gov.my maldives, republic of foreign investment services bureau (fisb) www.investmaldives.org mali, republic of centre national de promotion des investissements (cnpi) www.apimali.gov.ml/ mauritania, islamic republic of direction de la p...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/list-of-oic-members/posts/
  109. Other Agencies
    malaysia in canberra, australia dubai development & 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 & medium busi...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/other--agencies/posts/
  110. Useful Portals
    malaysia fordag - the timber network alphainvestmentbank.com malaysia hotels malaysia international islamic financial centre (mifc) support for european businesses in south east asia markets - malaysia component (sebseam-m) marketplace islamic fund...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/useful-portals/posts/
  111. Aerospace
    malaysia is currently home to more than 200 aerospace companies comprising both international and local industry players. these include 66 companies involved in mro activities, 33 companies in aero-manufacturing, 25 companies in education and training, and 11 companies in systems integration, as well as engineering and design.in demonstrating their capabilities to meet global oems’ stringen...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/aerospace/posts/
  112. Petroleum Products Including Petrochemicals
    malaysia produces approximately 73.8 billion cubic metres of natural gas per day and 705 thousand barrels of crude oil per day. malaysia also has the world's largest production facility of lng at a single location, with an annual production capacity of up to 29.3 million metric tonnes. the increasing number of plants (and hence production capacity) in malaysia has transformed the country from...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/petroleum-products-including-petrochemicals/posts/
  113. Food Processing
    malaysian smes. well-known mncs and llcs, both domestic and foreign, are active in the industry. among notable companies in the industry are yeo hiap seng (malaysia) berhad, nestle (malaysia) berhad, ffm berhad, malayan flour mills berhad, kawan food berhad, ql resources berhad, charoen pokphand holdings (malaysia) sdn. bhd., ayamas food corporation sdn. bhd., dewina food industries sdn. bhd....
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/food-processing/posts/
  114. Research and Development
    malaysian government has put in place various incentives and grants towards encouraging companies in wide spectrum of industries to embark on r&d activities. such industries include electrical and electronics, machinery and equipment, chemical, medical and aerospace. mida, as the principal investment promotion agency of the country, has approved a total of 7 r&d projects with investments wort...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/research-and-development/posts/
  115. Textiles and Textile Products
    malaysia’s total exports of manufactured goods. the usa was still the leading export market for malaysia’s textile products, purchasing rm2.2 billion (14.6%) of the industry’s total exports, followed by japan and turkey.competition from developing economies with lower production costs, such as the prc, indonesia, cambodia, vietnam, pakistan, sri lanka, and bangladesh, has spurred manufa...
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  116. Oil and Gas
    malaysia has a definite advantage as a key player in the oil and gas (o&g) industry in asia. as such, the country is always committed to ensuring a sustainable and successful o&g industry through pro-business policies. in implementing these policies, malaysia has in recent years created a vibrant ecosystem which offers competitive rates and skilled manpower to support the growth of the upstre...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/oil-and-gas/posts/
  117. Healthcare Sector
    malaysia operates on an efficient and widespread two-tier system, consisting of a government-run universal healthcare system that serves malaysian citizens, and a co-existing private healthcare system that caters to citizens and international patients alike.malaysia offers top-quality healthcare services, thanks to stringent regulations and standards for safety and quality set by the ministr...
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  118. Education and Industrial Training Services
    malaysia’s private education sector has made major contributions in all segments by complementing the government’s efforts in providing access to quality education to the people.the early childcare market (birth to four years) is largely untapped with a low four percent enrolment rate. although private sector participation in pre-school education (five to six years) has been more signific...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/education-and-industrial-training-services/posts/
  119. Hospitality
    malaysia's tourism sector has been identified as one of the major contributors to the nation’s economic success. over the years, the sector has achieved many significant milestones, at both local and international fronts. in addition to being ranked among the top 10 tourist destinations in the world, malaysia has also been recognised as the world’s 5th best shopping destination by expedia...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/hospitality/posts/
  120. Green Technology
    malaysia is emphasizing greater importance for renewable energy (re) generation through specifically formulated policies and initiatives to spur the growth of the sector as a major step towards green economy. other than the feed-in-tariff (fit) mechanism, the net energy metering (nem) and large scale solar (lss) photovoltaic plant schemes were introduced in 2016 to boost re generation. nem be...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/clean-technology-&-environment-management/posts/
  121. Business Services and Supply Chain Innovation
    malaysia morphed to compete on an equal footing as a leading location for mncs to set up their regional base by shifting their headquarters to tap across the region. this is spurred by the following factors that boom malaysia as investors’ choice for their regional operation base:-the projected double digit growth of e-commerce in the region, malaysia plays a powerful role to urge the trans...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/regional-establishment-&-supply-chain-management/posts/
  122. Investment Data
    malaysia - rm jan - june 2019 2018 new exp/div total new exp/div total number 216 150 366 386 335 721 potential employment 17,...
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  123. Dream Edge Sdn Bhd
    malaysian design and engineering services company is testament that local companies are able to provide engineering solutions for big clients such as nissan group. content type : news editorial - video clip news appearance in buletin utama & nightline tv3 duration : 3:03 mins ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/dream-edge-sdn-bhd/posts/
  124. MOL AccessPortal Sdn Bhd
    malaysian firm is taking the online game payment system to a whole new level. as impressive as it sounds, mol’s partners are the big boys of online games such as friendster and facebook. content type : news editorial - video clip news appearance in buletin utama & nightline tv3 duration : 2:31 mins ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mol-accessportal-sdn-bhd/posts/
  125. 8 Samurai
    malaysian operations a key component of their global activities. as malaysia’s principal authority for the promotion of the manufacturing and services sectors in the country, mida recognises the pioneering spirit, dedication and commitment of these forerunners and their impact on the nation’s economy over the past four decades. we salute and honour the 8 samurai! content type : video - t...
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  126. Strand Aerospace Sdn Bhd
    malaysia sdn bhd (sem) is a testament that malaysia is able to thrive in the high tech industry with the recognition won from the world’s leading aircraft manufacturer, airbus. content type : news editorial video clip - news appearance in buletin utama & nightline tv3 duration : 2:28 mins ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/strand-aerospace-sdn-bhd/posts/
  127. Interview
    malaysia to attract 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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  128. Recorded Interview
    malaysian 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 inves...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/recorded-interview/posts/
  129. e-Newsletter 2019
    malaysia. view in pdf mida newsletter - august 2019 issue malaysia continues to attract business interest malaysia continues to sustain its investment growth momentum in the first half of 2019 (1h2019) despite the challenging global economic landscape and intense competition, with total i...
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  130. Starting Up Business
    malaysia show allhide all methods of conducting business in malaysia in malaysia, a business may be conducted: i.  by an individual operating as a sole proprietor, or ii. by two or more (but not more than 20) persons in partnership, or iii. by a limited liability partnership (llp), or ...
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  131. Immigration Procedures
    malaysia must possess valid national passports or other internationally recognised travel document valid for travelling to malaysia. these documents must be valid for at least six months from the date of entry into malaysia. those with passports not recognised by malaysia must apply for a document in lieu of passport as well as visa issued by the malaysian representative office abroad. ...
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  132. Workforce for Industry
    malaysia's workforce malaysia offers the investor a diligent, disciplined, educated and trainable labour force. malaysian youths who enter the labour market would have undergone at least 11 years of school education i.e. up to secondary school level, and are therefore easy to be trained in new skills. to cater to the manufacturing sector's expanding demand for technically tr...
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  133. Banking, Finance & Exchange Administration
    malaysian financial system comprises of a diversified range of institutions to serve the increasingly more varied and complex needs of the domestic economy. the financial system consists of the conventional financial system and the islamic financial system which co-exists and operates in parallel.  the central bank the principal objective of bank negara ...
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  134. Environmental Management
    malaysian government has established the legal and institutional framework for environmental protection. investors are encouraged to consider the environmental factors during the early stages of their project planning. aspects of pollution control include possible modifications in the process line to minimise waste generation, seeing pollution prevention as part of the production process, and focu...
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  135. Intellectual Property Protection
    malaysia comprises of patents, trademarks, industrial designs, copyright, geographical indications and layout designs of integrated circuits. malaysia is a member of the world intellectual property organisation (wipo) and a signatory to the paris convention and berne convention which govern these intellectual property rights. in addition, malaysia is also a signatory to the agreement on ...
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  136. Infrastructure Support
    malaysia has over 200 industrial estates or parks developed by government agencies, namely, the state economic development corporations (sedcs), regional development authorities (rdas), port authorities and municipalities. in addition to these, new ones are continuously being planned to meet the increasing demand for industrial land. besides the government agencies, private developers have also de...
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  137. Costs of Doing Business
    malaysia. investors who require more specific details can contact mida headquarters in kuala lumpur or the nearest mida overseas or state offices for further advice and assistance.one ringgit malaysia (rm) is divided into 100 sen. currently, the ringgit exchange rate is a floating, market-determined exchange rate. in this section, costs quoted in us dollar are conversions based on us$1 = rm4.089 (...
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  138. Incentives in Manufacturing Sector
    malaysian investment development authority (mida). * statutory income is derived after deducting revenue expenditure and capital allowances from the gross income. investment tax allowance as an alternative to pioneer status, a company may apply for investment tax allowance (ita). a company granted ita is entitled to an allowance of 60% on its qualifying capital ...
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  139. Incentives in Services Sector
    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) and approved services sectors as well as r&d, training and environmental protection activities. ...
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  140. China Shipping Group Company
    malaysia. the dual purpose of this relocation is to link westport, port kelang with asean countries and also to be more involved in marketing activities in malaysia. china shipping was ranked second among the main line operators in westport, port kelang in 2005."we believe that this move will increase trade not only between china and malaysia but also between china and asean countries", says li zu...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/china-shipping-group-company/posts/
  141. Dell
    malaysia and the region. we are unfazed by the slowdown in the us economy. we are confident in our asia pacific operations and anticipate greater growth in the region.dell chose to base our integrated facilities here because of malaysia's strategic location in the asia pacific - the way our facilities in xiamen, china; austin, texas; and limerick, ireland; serve greater china, the americas and eur...
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  142. Dutch Lady
    malaysia started after the second world war. in 1963, its dutch parent company, royal friesland foods nv ("rff"), having confidence in the young nation, built its first plant on a 10-acre site in petaling jaya and dlmi went on to became the first dairy company to be listed on the local stock exchange in 1968.the company has continued to grow ever since. rff, through its valuable proprietary formul...
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  143. Dyson
    malaysia for the assembly of our machines because of its global standing as a nation of manufacturing excellence. our research and development engineers have close ties to their colleagues in malaysia and vice-versa. dyson currently produces millions of vacuum cleaners each year using the latest manufacturing technologies and processes."meticulous testing is fundamental to dyson. test engineers in...
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  144. Eastman
    malaysia was based on a two-year study of 11 sites in four countries in south-east asia. fourteen factors were evaluated, including access to markets in the region, access to competitively priced raw materials, availability of a capable workforce, a pro-business environment, and logistics. overall, the gebeng industrial estate near kuantan offered the best combination of qualities and a good bridg...
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  145. Elektrisola
    malaysia as the best geographic and strategic location, and in 1990, made our decision to set up an automated high-tech production plant near kuala lumpur.with the benefit of hindsight, i can say that the main factors which tipped the scale in favour of malaysia at that time have, since then, not only exceeded our expectations but have continued to improve until today. good general infrastructure ...
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  146. Ericsson
    malaysia, ericsson has been a key player in the evolution of the malaysian telecommunications industry. together with our customers, we have been actively involved in contributing towards the advancement of telecommunications services in the country.government policies that have been put in place encourage growth and promote investments in a stable political climate. malaysia has a well-developed ...
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  147. General Electric Aircraft Engine
    malaysia by having a strategic partnership with an airline here. we have managed to harness the capability of our skilled workforce and the technological support of a large multi-national to make the aircraft engine overhaul shop here one of the most competitive in the world. malaysia's good transportation and communication infrastructure has enabled us to conduct business easily and provide timel...
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  148. Globetronics Technology Berhad
    malaysian founders as the only employees to service the penang-based manufacturing operations of multinational corporations from throughout the world. since then, the company has grown by 30% each year and today, it is listed on the main board of the kuala lumpur stock exchange.we are headquartered in penang and have now expanded our operations beyond malaysia to serve our customers. our 10 subsid...
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  149. Haco Asia Pacific Sdn Bhd
    malaysia was chosen for its central geographical position in asia, its stable political system, availability of skilled labour, worldwide accepted halal- certification, well developed logistics network and excellent highways and ports. malaysia meets the company's needs to focus on its long term expansion goals. malaysia was also selected by haco for its offshore operations as it also offers oppor...
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  150. Hitachi
    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 stable power supplies and telecommunications facilities; attractive incentive...
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  151. I-Berhad
    malaysia) sdn bhd. it was listed on the main board of the kuala lumpur stock exchange on 29 september 1969 and assumed its current name on 12 august 1999.although the group started off as a home appliance manufacturer, its vision today is to serve the home of the future - the smart home. thus, the group has diversified into the digital products industry. the first step in this direction was with t...
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  152. IC Microsystems
    malaysia. the group was founded in 2001 by abdul rashid munir, an experienced semiconductor industry professional. the initial investor is silvaco data systems, a subsidiary of silvaco international - an electronic design automation [eda] company based in santa clara, california. icmic is a msc company which has been approved for mesdaq listing.essentially, icmic has crossed the 'development' stag...
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  153. IKEA
    malaysia in 1999 with its distribution centre being the regional hub for the company's asia pacific market to its 16 stores in seven asia pacific countries."malaysia has been chosen for its central geographical position in asia and it's well developed logistics network and port infrastructure" says vic kurzeja, general manager for ikea's distribution centre malaysia. "we found in malaysia a stable...
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  154. Infineon
    malaysia since 1973, through its melaka plant, which used to be part of the semiconductor group of siemens. infineon was then spun off from siemens ag. malaysia is the only location outside of the usa and europe where infineon undertakes fully integrated manufacturing, both front end and back end operations, covering wafer fabrication, semiconductor chips assembly and testing. infineon operat...
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  155. K.G.Pastry
    malaysia. prior to its incorporation in 1992, the company operated under the name of kian guan trading company in the frozen food industry for more than 10 years. in its formative years, the company's principal product was spring roll pastry. today, the company carries a whole range of frozen oriental pastries and food products under its own brand name "kg". these include spring rolls, samo...
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  156. Lucas
    malaysia due to its stable political and financial reputation, coupled with the government's liberal foreign equity policies and tax incentives, and a well-educated workforce that was willing to learn. another very important factor was the well-serviced sea and air links to enable just-in-time delivery to our european customers. the decision made, our first building was completed in 26 weeks...
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  157. MIECO
    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 are located in gebeng and kuala lipis, pahang. mieco's chipboards conform to international quality standards such as ...
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  158. OSRAM Opto Semiconductors (M) Sdn. Bhd.
    malaysia) and a global network of sales and marketing centers, the company employs more than 4600 people. the company benefits from more than thirty years of experience in the development and production of optoelectronic semiconductor components. this is evidenced by more than 3,000 patents in the various areas of semiconductor technology. added to this is the wealth of experience in the l...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/osram-opto-semiconductors-(m)-sdn.-bhd./posts/
  159. Panasonic Industrial
    malaysia in 1996 providing marketing, sales and services of electronic components and factory automation services to malaysian electronic manufacturers. our products are for the export and domestic markets. as a company representing the panasonic group, all our products are obtained from other panasonic subsidiaries and factories in malaysia as well as worldwide. our company, which adheres...
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  160. Philips
    malaysia since the late 1930's. the business activities of the philips group of companies in malaysia at that time included manufacturing, exports, local sales and marketing. in 1960, philips malaysia sdn bhd, which was incorporated initially, sold light bulbs through appointed agents. by the 1970s, philips had taken over marketing operations and expanded its range of products. today, having ...
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  161. Samsung
    malaysia, making this the largest offshore 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 industrie...
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  162. Schenker
    malaysia, the company offers a full range of logistics services for its global, regional and local customers. schenker was established in malaysia in 1979 but over the years, the company has grown rapidly and today employs 320 full-time staff. schenker is headquartered in subang jaya, with branches in port klang, klia, penang, kulim, melaka, johor bahru, port of tanjung pelepas, ipoh and kuantan...
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  163. Sharp
    malaysia for over 25 years now and is still expanding. to-date we have six companies employing a total of more than 8,500 people. each company has its own specialisation in manufacturing products for the export and domestic markets. sharp electronics (m) sdn. bhd. (sem) has been in malaysia for six years and is the youngest among sharp's companies in malaysia. as an r&d centre, sem has enable...
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  164. Sony
    malaysia since the 1980s. we manufacture high technology products such as dvd, cd-rw, flat screen, tv, audio products and hi-fi sets. cumulatively we have invested more than rm2 billion in this country. malaysia is an excellent place to do business. the malaysia government has shown exemplary support through excellent infrastructure development and a good education system that allows us to...
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  165. Top Glove Group
    malaysia and has grown leaps and bounds to become the world’s largest 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, ...
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  166. Download Centre
    malaysia - building business- government relation for growth mrs. hanizawati abdul shukor senior assistant director  {pdf:4868373}      midf - soft financing {pdf:4868374}      sirim-fraunhofer programme productivity improvement through techno...
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  167. Methods of Conducting Business in Malaysia
    malaysia in malaysia, a business may be conducted:- by an individual operating as a sole proprietor by two (2) or more (but not more than 20) persons in a partnershipby a limited liability partnership (llp) by a locally incorporated company or by a foreign company (i.e. branch office) registered under the provisions of the companies act, 2016 2 sole pr...
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  168. Regional Operations
    malaysia:- principal hub regional/representative offices branch offices ...
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  169. Research & Development in Services Sector
    malaysia offers a wide range of incentives and financial assistance to attract 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 re...
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  170. Distributive Trade Services
    malaysia are subject to the guidelines on foreign participation in the distributive trade services issued by the ministry of domestic trade, cooperatives and consumerism (mdtcc). distributive traders include wholesalers, retailers, franchise practitioners, direct sellers, suppliers who channel their goods in the domestic market, and commission agents or other representatives including those of...
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  171. Aurum Healthcare
    malaysia in southern johor, aurum healthcare commenced its operations in 2011 led by a team of professionals with extensive years of medical device experience. aurum healthcare is a leading r&d company that has made significant investments into high technology projects building specialty medical devices with the potential to address serious diseases for which the unmet medical needs is high a...
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  172. Academic Medical Centre Sdn. Bhd.(AMC)
    malaysians.the university is a joint venture between academic medical center, johns hopkins university school of medicine (jhusom) and the royal college surgeons ireland (rcsi). perdana university is the first university in the world that provides dual curricula medical school.in september 2011, the university commenced enrolment of its first cohort of students at its interim campus in serdang...
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  173. Academic Medical Centre Sdn. Bhd. (AMC)
    malaysians.the university is a joint venture between academic medical center, johns hopkins university school of medicine (jhusom) and the royal college surgeons ireland (rcsi). perdana university is the first university in the world that provides dual curricula medical school.in september 2011, the university commenced enrolment of its first cohort of students at its interim campus in serdang...
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  174. MIDA Logo
    malaysia achieves its goal in economic transformation and its aspiration of a developed nation by 2020....
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  175. Kaneka Corporation
    malaysia, china, taiwan, australia, india and vietnam, with total employees of over 8,600 staff worldwide. kaneka’s operations in malaysia began with the establishment of kaneka (malaysia) sdn. bhd. in august 1995 in gebeng industrial estate, kuantan, pahang, to manufacture impact modifiers and processing aids for the pvc products. other companies were set-up later to manufacture differen...
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  176. Honeywell
    malaysia started in 1985 and today it employs over 1,450 employees in six cities across malaysia including kuala lumpur, petaling jaya, shah alam, penang, kemaman and johor bahru. honeywell’s technologies and solutions have been supporting malaysia in its development of a safer, more secure and energy efficient society. today, three of honeywell’s business groups are operating in mal...
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  177. B.Braun Medical Industries
    malaysia is a good choice for manufacturing because of the skills and competency of its people,” says dr. juergen schloesser, senior vice-president and head, centre of excellence – intravenous access. “over the years of development, the local team has acquired the necessary know-how and has proven to be highly capable.” just as helpful is the country’s location. “malaysia is strate...
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  178. Fresenius Medical Care
    malaysia has grown to be the market leader in hemodialysis products and a significant provider of peritoneal dialysis products. it also provides care to about 1,000 patients in its network of 18 dialysis clinics. it has expanded its manufacturing footprint in malaysia, initially through a plant manufacturing reverse osmosis water systems and recently in a plant manufacturing dialysis solution...
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  179. Intel Microelectronics
    malaysia was established in 1972 in penang. from an initial workforce of only 100 employees, it has evolved to become intel corporation’s largest and most diverse site outside of the united states. today, intel malaysia proudly supports a broad product range including microprocessors, chipsets, network processors, and microcontrollers; with over 4 billion microchips produced to date.intel ...
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  180. Soft Space
    malaysia. soft space focuses on the development of innovative solutions for the banking and payment industry. the soft space mpos solution is internationally certified and is used by 8 financial institutions across asia. being a young tech start up, it is heart-warming to see the government appreciating and supporting young technology companies, dispelling the conventional perception that on...
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  181. Alcatel
    malaysia as its regional platform for marketing and industrial activities. for us, there were a number of good-sense business reasons. firstly, malaysia represents an important and developed market for high-end alcatel products. secondly, malaysia is centrally located in south-east asia and it possesses an advanced infrastructure, a skilled labour force, and all the necessary supporting industrie...
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  182. Non-Metallic Mineral Industry
    malaysia include ordinary portland cement, hydraulic cement, slag cement, fly ash cement, other blended cement and white cement. the glass products sub-sector covers the production of float glass, safety glass, glassware, architectural glass, glass fibre, and high-technology precision glass products such as glass funnels and panels, hard disk glass substrates, and solar glass. solar glass is ...
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  183. Architectural Consultancy Services
    malaysia; conceptualisation, research and development of any design for the built environment; any survey, preparation of reports, including environmental impact assessment reports, or investigation relating to the built environment; project programming, construction and manufacturing programming, and product design; planning and development services including interior design, financial ad...
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  184. Engineering and Energy Consultancy Services
    malaysia, oil, gas, coal, electricity (hydroelectricity and thermal), renewable energy (biomass, solar, biogas, municipal wastes, mini-hydro, wind etc.) make up the energy sector.  engineering consultants who specialise in the energy-related activities are able to provide consultancy services in power generation, transmission and distribution, oil/gas/coal-fired plants and hydro schemes,...
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  185. Legal Services
    malaysia standard industrial classification) include advice and representation in civil, criminal and other cases, i.e. representation of one party’s interest against another party, whether or not before courts or other judicial bodies. these activities are generally performed by, or under supervision of, persons who are members of the malaysian bar.  also included are activities in c...
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  186. Management Consultancy Services
    malaysia standard industrial classification) include the provision of advice, guidance or operational assistance to businesses. these activities involve public relations, for example through image building and opinion moulding, to improve the relations of the client with the public, media or others, other than by paid advertisements, welfare and charity affairs, politics, lobbying; activities ...
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  187. Medical and Healthcare Services
    malaysian standard industrial classification) refer to the consultation and treatment activities of general physicians and medical specialists. it involves activities of doctors of general medicine or medical specialists or surgeons in health institutions (including hospital outpatient clinics and departments of prepaid groups of physicians) or private practice. it includes activities carried ...
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  188. Tourism and Travel Related Services
    malaysia gives a lot of importance to the tourism sub-sector in view of the foreign exchange earnings potential. major tourism industries guidelines within the subsector consist of hotel and restaurant, tour operating/travel agency business, tourism vehicle business, and malaysia my second home scheme (mm2h). other tourism activities include meetings, incentives, conferences, exhibitions (mice...
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  189. Surveying Consultancy Services
    malaysia standard industrial classification) includes geological and prospecting activities utilising surface measurements and observation designed to yield information on subsurface structure and the location of petroleum, natural gas and mineral deposits and ground water. this may involve airborne geophysical surveys, hydrological surveys, etc. also included are map-making and related la...
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  190. Competitiveness Ranking
    malaysian government continues to ensure that, the country remains an attractive business destination for 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 r...
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  191. Archived e-Newsletters 2014
    malaysia as an open economy, malaysia needs to constantly generate and establish new sources of economic growth in order to remain competitive in the long run. this objective can be achieved if malaysia is capable of increasing its capacity in the use as well as in the development of science, technology and innovation (sti) through research and development (r&d) programmes. ...
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  192. Tax Incentives for Green Industry
    malaysia green technology corporation (mgtc) as myhijau and approved by the ministry of finance (mof). applications received by 31 december 2020 are eligible for this incentive. applications should be submitted to mgtc. please click the link below to download the guidelines and form for incentives and/or expatriate posts for green technology (gt). download guidelines gt/ja download form gt/j...
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  193. Cititel
    malaysia and the total construction cost of the hotel was around rm35 million. the construction of the hotel took two years to complete and it was opened for business in august 2009. the hotel currently employs more than 60 employees and most of them are local staff. we consulted the mida’s business and other services division for advice on the type of incentives available and we indeed ap...
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  194. Download Centre 2015
    malaysia 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 ...
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  195. Download Centre 2014
    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/2014/23 presentation by ybhg dato' azman mahmud chief executive officer of mida presentatio...
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  196. Download Centre 2013
    malaysia by mr. ahmad sharif bin hambali, medical device authority (mda) slides 4 - global scenario and opportunities for medical device industry by mr. hitendra joshi, chairman association of malaysian medical industries (ammi) slides 5 - additive manufacturing - its implications and opportunities for asia by karthik rajan, vice...
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  197. Download Centre 2016
    malaysia investment performance, january - march 2016 download media statement kenyataan media may 2016 3 may seminar on accelerate integration: malaysia your competitive business hub in asean mida sentral, kuala lumpur download       ...
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  198. Archived e-Newsletters 2016
    malaysian prime minister engages chinese business leaders in beijing following the invitation by china's president xi jinping during his visit to malaysia last year, prime minister dato' sri najib led a delegation to beijing to further enhance mutual trust and cooperation between the two countries as well as to deepen diplomatic relations between both sides. the visit made histor...
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  199. Archived e-Newsletters 2015
    malaysia welcoming the asean economic community (aec), malaysia together with its asean members is gearing up towards achieving the goals of regional economic integration, following the 27th asean summit held recently in kuala lumpur. view in pdf mida newsletter - november 2015 issue malaysian economy remains on ste...
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  200. Wood & Wood Products and Furniture & Fixtures
    malaysia exported rm23.2 billion worth of wood and wood products, primarily consisting of furniture and panel products, such as medium-density fibreboard (mdf) and plywood. although automation and industry 4.0 in this sector has been slow to take off, malaysian manufacturers have started to raise capital expenditures for technological investments.the wood & wood products and furniture & fixt...
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  201. Scam Alert
    malaysian foreign procurement agency' (mfpa). mida is not in any way associated and do not have any dealings with the malaysian foreign procurement agency. mida shall not be responsible or liable for any loss or damage in connection with the scam website and its contents. mida have taken action by reporting to the relevant authorities.    c. non-involvement in the publication 'th...
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  202. MIDA e-Services
    malaysia.mida.gov.my (note: effective 30 th september 2019) login to apply spm e-tariff application for: pc1 only for agriculture sector pc services pc2, pc2-1 approval letters, approval conditions and appendices digitally signed. manual login / register check approval status e-publication e-stats digest, a useful e...
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  203. Investment Incentives
    malaysia. the incentives information stored in the portal cater for all three sectors of the economy; manufacturing, services and primary. they also cover all types of incentives offered by the federal government; tax exemptions, grants, soft loans and other types of incentives such as equity funding, regional establishment status, training and other facilitation programmes. the portal ...
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  204. Advertise with Us
    malaysia. it is also highly publicised on the mida website, twitter and facebook accounts. >> mida websitemida’s website covers update on the manufacturing and services sector.mida website overview average visits per month : > 50,000 visit / month average page views per month : > 100,000 views / month download the advertising rates and guidelines here:  &nb...
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  205. Archived e-Newsletters 2017
    malaysia's well-being and future sustainability. it creates value and enables the nation to exploit new industries and economic opportunities. the national science technology policy 2013-2020 aims for malaysian to achieve r&d intensity (gerd) of at least 2.0% by the year 2020. according to malaysian science and technology information centre (mastic), malaysia has made it into the top half of the f...
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  206. Advanced Seating Solutions Sdn. Bhd.
    malaysian subsidiary to airgo design pte ltd (singapore). airgo established asssb in kuala lumpur in 2016 to provide r&d services for development of the airgo’s revolutionary ultra-light full composite aircraft passenger seat, called carbon. it is envisioned that asssb will extend its service provision to other companies as well upon completion of its first project. the core activity of the...
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  207. Aemulus Corporation Sdn. Bhd.
    malaysia, over far east region, and to the united states of america.in aemulus, we do not confine ourselves to what exists now; we believe in being creative in design methodologies, and innovative in providing solutions. aemulus has two prominent products namely amoeba™ series amb7600 and amb4600; each caters to rf market and enterprise storage market. our customers’ growth and success...
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  208. ALPA Consultancy Pte. Ltd.
    malaysian consumer, as ikea has been operating its franchised retail stores since 1995. due to retail expansion in asean, ikea was looking for suitable location to establish its regional distribution and supply chain centre which carry approximately 10,000 article ranges to better serve ikea retail stores in asean and rest of asian countries. a detail study was undertaken to find out most su...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/alpa-consultancy-pte.-ltd./posts/
  209. Ambu Sdn. Bhd.
    malaysia vs. china as the future for manufacturing was constantly discussed. after many defining moments and successes of the operations here, there is now no doubt that penang is the future for ambu’s manufacturing strategy in asia.main reason for choosing malaysia is because the availability of its skilled workforce. coming close is the use of english for communication and the business...
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  210. Analog Devices
    malaysian loyal workforce of more than 1,700 professionals, engineers and skilled workers with strong engineering support resulted in a world class factory with excellent service/quality. the penang operations have sophisticated facilties to drive leading edge technology to keep ahead of the curve and stay relevant in a changing business environment. mida has been very pro-business and playi...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/analog-devices/posts/
  211. Bosch Malaysia
    malaysia since 1923, with offices located in selangor, penang and johor. in malaysia, bosch has diversified businesses in mobility solutions, industrial technology, consumer goods, and energy and building technology. the company has three manufacturing plants in penang providing car multimedia, power tools and automotive steering systems. employing more than 2,700 associates, malaysia is home...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/bosch-malaysia/posts/
  212. Gading Kencana Sdn. Bhd.
    malaysia. every ounce of the company's inventiveness and persistence through adversity was required to bring to fruition the world's most resource efficient solar farm and it is, unsurprisingly, its most outstanding achievement to date.turning out 1 megawatt per 1.5 acres - versus an average worldwide best of 1 megawatt per 5 acres - the kompleks hijau solar is, inch-for-inch, the world's mos...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/gading-kencana-sdn.-bhd./posts/
  213. Inari Amertron Berhad
    malaysia in 2011. inari berhad acquired amertron global in 2013 and we renamed as inari amertron berhad (“inari”). through the years we formed several subsidiaries to anchor different core competencies alongside to customer’s expansion plan. inari is currently the largest market capitalization in technology sector (bursa)inari principally involved as an outsourced semiconductor assembly...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/inari-amertron-berhad/posts/
  214. Infineon
    malaysia, infineon operations encompass the full production value chain and end-to-end integrated semiconductor manufacturing, including r&d on technology, process and package development for next generation semiconductor chips and devices, especially in automotive and power semiconductor.it has 45 years of backend excellence at its melaka site and 13 years of frontend expertise at its kulim...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/infineon-/posts/
  215. Jabil Circuit Sdn. Bhd.
    malaysia’s highly skilled talent pool, developed infrastructure, pro-business policies and political stability make it conducive for us to operate here. the malaysian government and its agencies including the malaysian investment development authority (mida), have also been extremely supportive and helpful in facilitating our operations and expansion plans. certainly, malaysia is a vital li...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/jabil-circuit-sdn.-bhd.-/posts/
  216. Keysight Technologies Inc.
    malaysia in 1972 with its first operations in the heart of georgetown, penang with 60employees. a year later, its numbers of employees grew 15-fold and the company relocated to the bayan lepas free trade zone. keysight was one of the “eight samurais”, the pioneer group of multi-national companies that established penang’s “silicon valley”. to succeed in those early days, keysight re...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/keysight-technologies-inc.-/posts/
  217. K-One Technology Berhad
    malaysia in 2006 is an electronics product design, development and manufacturing enterprise. its core business is attributed to the oem and odm of high-tech products which includes iot gadgets, consumer electronic lifestyle products, medical/healthcare devices, surveillance cameras, computer peripherals, mobile phone accessories, automotive aggregates and industrial products. research, design...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/k-one-technology-berhad-/posts/
  218. KPJ Ampang
    malaysian society for quality in health (msqh) beginning year 2000.joint commission international (jci) has identified kpj ampang amongst hospitals with the best practices in quality and patient safety around the world since 2012, indicating that we are at par with any other renowned international hospitals with high standard of service quality, delivery and hospitality. being a serious play...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/kpj-ampang/posts/
  219. Muehlbauer Technologies Sdn. Bhd.
    malaysia, china, slovakia, the u.s. and serbia, and a global sales and service network, we are the world's market leader in innovative equipment and software solutions, supporting our customers in project planning, technology transfer and production ramp.malaysia was being chosen as our first manufacturing plant outside europe, offers strategic location in the heart of sour east asia regions...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/muehlbauer-technologies-sdn.-bhd.-/posts/
  220. PENSONIC Holdings Berhad
    malaysia. pensonic has grown tremendously over the last 50 years from a single workshop to its current new manufacturing hub and headquarter located in bukit minyak, penang where we are servicing approximately 900 dealers locally and exporting to more than 30 countries worldwide. a well-equipped r&d center was established in order to improve the overall product range in terms of quality, feat...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/pensonic-holdings-berhad/posts/
  221. ViTrox
    malaysia, under technology sector, with capitalization of over rm 3 billion (as per 15 jan 2018). today, vitrox is one of the key machine vision equipment providers for the printed circuit board assembly (pcba), semiconductor package inspection and others. the range of products includes advanced optical inspection (aoi), advanced x-ray inspection (axi), semiconductor tray inspection systems ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/vitrox-/posts/
  222. MIDA Interview Video
    malaysia interview duration 5:50 mins mida's ceo, datuk noharuddin nordin on promoting investment in malaysia interview ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-interview-video/posts/
  223. MIDA Launching/Montage Video
    duration 0:30 mins mida 30 seconds vignette launching/montage video duration 1:53 mins mida launched its new guidebook on services sector launching/montage video ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-launching-video/posts/
  224. MIDA Annual Media Conference 2018 Video
    malaysian manufacturers (fmm) mida amc 2018 gading kencana development sdn bhd mida amc 2018 ikea supply malaysia sdn bhd mida amc 2018 integrated device technology malaysia sdn bhd mida amc 201...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-annual-media-conference-2018-video/posts/
  225. APM Engineering and Research Sdn. Bhd.
    malaysian company which began as the research and engineering arm of its parent company, namely apm automotive holdings bhd (“apmah”). with the support of apmah which has decades of automotive manufacturing experience alongside a large pool of young malaysian talents, apmer evolved into a full-fledged research and development company and aims to be in the forefront of engineering and inno...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/apm-engineering-and-research-sdn.-bhd./posts/
  226. Carsem
    malaysia. carsem, headquartered in ipoh-malaysia, is a leading provider of turnkey packaging and test services to the semiconductor industry. the company has two high-technology factories incorporating sophisticated, "state-of-the-art" equipment, ensuring products meet the quality standards set by the automotive, telecommunication, it and consumer electronics industries. carsem is competing o...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/carsem/posts/
  227. Shorubber (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.
    malaysia) sdn. bhd. is a subsidiary of showa glove co. himeji japan and located in jejawi industrial estate, perlis with a land size of 2.26 million square feet. shorubber was registered in malaysia in 1989 and started its operation since 1993. we have been one of the key international players in the field of industrial and household gloves. shorubber manufactures mainly 4 types of gloves of...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/shorubber-(malaysia)-sdn.-bhd./posts/
  228. Sync R&D
    malaysian made electric bus innovation malaysia (ebim). encouraged by the rising demand for electric vehicles, and the government’s deployment of the national automotive policy (nap 2014) and nkea electrical & electronics (epp18), sync r&d sees this action plan as an opportunity to locally develop an electric city bus that can serve every segment of malaysia’s society. furthermore, public...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/sync-r&d/posts/
  229. Archived e-Newsletters 2018
    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 approved in the same period last year. the total investments approved in january-september 2018 were ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/archived-e-newsletters-2018/posts/
  230. AIRBUS
    malaysia have been strategic partners for 40 years, going back to when malaysia airlines ordered the original a300b4 wide-body aircraft. since then, the country has become a key customer base for the company in the asia-pacific region across its commercial aircraft, defence, space and helicopter product lines. today, airbus is the leading supplier of civil aircraft to malaysia with a tot...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/airbus/posts/
  231. MIDA Board
    malaysian investment development authority (mida) dato' azman mahmud chief executive officer malaysian investment development authority (mida) dato' lokman hakim b. ali secretary general ministry of international trade & industry (miti) mr...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-board/posts/
  232. MIDA Insights
    malaysia series going global series events ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-insights/posts/
  233. MIDA Insights - Highlights
    malaysia. read more september 2019 issue are malaysians ready for future jobs? malaysia’s industrialisation has shifted from job creation to becoming a developed nation by 2020. from 2006 to 2018, the government has approved more than 64,000 projects in various economic sectors with investment valued at rm2.2 trill...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-insights-highlights/posts/
  234. MIDA Insights - Services
    malaysia the international greentech and eco products exhibition and conference malaysia (igem) 2019 marks its 10th anniversary as the largest trade event for green technologies and eco-solutions in south east asia. igem is an excellent platform for solution providers and green energy businesses to tap into the fast-expanding asean market by showcasing the latest innovations within the in...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-insights-services/posts/
  235. MIDA Insights - Industry
    malaysian aerospace industry - soaring to new heights malaysia’s aerospace industry is one of the rapidly growing industries in the country, energised by the implementation of the national aerospace industry blueprint 2030. with over 230 companies involved in the maintenance, repair and overhaul (mro), aero-manufacturing, education and training, systems integration, as well as engineer...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-insights-industry/posts/
  236. MIDA Insights - Events
    malaysia’, mida in collaboration with the universiti malaysia perlis (unimap) and the malaysian technology development corporation (mtdc) organised the innovation pitch and business matching (ipbm) 2019 event at mida sentral on 5 august 2019. the event was a platform for technologists, scientists and researchers from universities to promote their inventions, innovations and research out...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-insights-events/posts/
  237. Sports Tourism Has Significant Economic Potential
    malaysia, it is an important income generator in the tourism industry, contributing approximately rm5 billion annually and is supported by a broad global audience as sporting events usually attract domestic and international participants. revenue generated ranges from accommodations, food and beverages, ticket/gate sales, sponsorships, media rights to merchandising and garment production. sports...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/sports-tourism-has-significant-economic-potential/posts/
  238. MIDA Insights - Going Global Series
    malaysia as a public company in the same year. then in 2017, aemulus embarked on artificial intelligence platform software development. read more ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-insights-going-global-series/posts/
  239. MIDA Receives Top Investment Promotion Agency 2019 Award - Asia Pacific Category
    malaysia. mida will continue to enhance its quality of service and remain dedicated to support malaysia’s aspirations.  ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-receives-top-investment-promotion-agency-2019-award---asia-pacific-category/posts/
  240. Strengthening Domestic Investment Landscape
    malaysia achieves its goals and aspirations, creating wealth that translates to tangible benefits felt by all across malaysia. in achieving these goals, based on the eleventh malaysia plan, chapter 8: re-engineering economic growth for greater prosperity, the government will precede the continuous effort to strengthen and enhance the country’s domestic investment through mida, which also gi...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/strengthening-domestic-investment-landscape/posts/
  241. Smart Homes for Smart Living
    malaysia according to statista.com, the overall revenue of the smart home automation market in malaysia is forecast to reach usd51.26 million in 2020, from usd4.16 million in 2015. the home devices available such as google home and amazon's alexa  are becoming more commonplace in malaysian homes. the above statistics show a revenue forecast for the smart home automation market in ma...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/smart-homes-for-smart-living/posts/
  242. Dato’ Abdul Majid Bin Ahmad Khan, New Chairman of MIDA
    malaysian investment development authority (mida) is pleased to announce the appointment of dato’ abdul majid ahmad khan, the president of malaysia-china friendship association who is also the honorary chairman of the malaysia-china chamber of commerce, as the new chairman of mida, effective 22 april 2019. dato’ abdul majid needs no further introduction as he has a highly distinguished caree...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/dato’-abdul-majid-bin-ahmad-khan,-new-chairman-of-mida/posts/
  243. Metal Additive Manufacturing
    malaysia, and so far, there are no companies producing 3d printers for metal applications. oryx advanced materials is one of the leading metal and alloy producers for hard disk drives and photovoltaic modules. they are expanding their products portfolio by including metal powders for additive manufacturing. their facility in penang providestotal solutions for metal additives manufacturing from mat...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/metal-additive-manufacturing/posts/
  244. The Gaming Industry: A New Game of Growth
    malaysian national creative industry policies, governed by the ministry of communications and multimedia has identified the gaming industry as one of the ten main categories in the creative industry, namely visual arts, performing arts, music, literature, fashion and design, traditional and cultural arts, creative education, creative technologies, film/tv/gaming content, and culinary arts. in 201...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/-the-gaming-industry:-a-new-game-of-growth/posts/
  245. We Invest in Our Home : Aemulus Corporation
    malaysia as a public company in the same year. then in 2017, aemulus embarked on artificial intelligence platform software development. indeed, the choice of location was a great concern for a start-up. the company had to consider the ecosystem, the talent pool followed by identifying the location to build the right culture for the company. we knew that we need not go far. we believe ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/we-invest-in-our-home-:-aemulus-corporation/posts/
  246. Smart Manufacturing takes Centre Stage at SEMICON Southeast Asia 2019
    malaysia, the showcase with the theme 'fostering a resilient and growing electronics manufacturing supply chain in south east asia' brings together industry experts from around the world for critical insights into the semiconductor ecosystem, new business opportunities and collaboration. as the strategic partner to semi, mida set up a malaysian pavilion that consists of 16 companies representing...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/smart-manufacturing-takes-centre-stage-at-semicon-southeast-asia-2019/posts/
  247. APEC 2020: Charting New Frontiers
    malaysia, the federation of malaysian manufacturers (fmm) is the secretariat for abac. the year 2020 is going to be a milestone for apec member countries, and particularly for malaysia. malaysia will be hosting apec once again, since the last in 1998. as chile, the current host hands over the baton to malaysia during the apec summit in november 2019, it will be a new phase for ap...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/apec-2020:-charting-new-frontiers/posts/
  248. Circular Economy: The Way Forward for Palm-Based Industries
    malaysia is the second largest producers and exporters of palm oil in the world, supported by 4.49 million hectares of oil palm cultivation which produces 17.73 million tonnes of palm oil. this accounts for 11% of the world’s oils and fats production and 27% of export trade of oils and fats.  hence, malaysia assumes an important role to sustainably fulfil the global needs for ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/circular-economy:-the-way-forward-for-palm-based-industries/posts/
  249. Kontron Malaysia: Joint Collaboration in High Technology Industries
    malaysia. kdms was in the business of design and manufacturing embedded and communications standards-based, rugged cots and custom solutions for oems &and odm systems integrators, and application providers in a variety of markets from avionics, medical, transportation, defence, industrial and iot leveraging on majority local homegrown talents. in 2012, due to the continued effort of migr...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/kontron-malaysia:-joint-collaboration-in-high-technology-industries/posts/
  250. Domestic Investment Seminar in Sarawak : Industry Players to Take Full Advantage of Government's Facilities and Incentives
    malaysia region on the latest policies and facilities by the government. yb datuk amar haji awang tengah ali hassan, deputy chief minister of sarawak who graced the seminar said that the state has been conducting many outreach programmes, especially towards building the capabilities of the local industry players which consists mainly small and medium enterprises (smes). "despite all efforts, the...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/domestic-investment-seminar-in-sarawak-:-industry-players-to-take-full-advantage-of-government/posts/
  251. The Conference on Tourism Potential in Sabah and Sarawak
    malaysian association of hotel owners (maho), malaysian association of amusement theme park and family attractions (maatfa),as well as hoteliers, tourist attraction operators, business chambers. this inaugural event was a collaborative effort between mida and the ministry of tourism, arts and culture malaysia (motac), ministry of tourism, culture and environment sabah (kepkas), ministry of tourism...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/the-conference-on-tourism-potential-in-sabah-and-sarawak/posts/
  252. Industrial Linkage Programme : Machinery and Equipment Industry
    malaysia’s economy with its cross-cutting linkages across all economic segments. however, given the evolution of technology in the industry is moving at such a relentless pace, this presents malaysian business leaders with challenges as well as opportunities to create new business ventures. for companies that are bold to embrace these new and upcoming technologies, there are a ple...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/industrial-linkage-programme-:-machinery-and-equipment-industry/posts/
  253. Seminar on Investment Opportunities in the e-Commerce Fulfilment Industry 2019
    malaysian investment development authority (mida) in collaboration with ministry of international trade and industry (miti) and the malaysia digital economy corporation (mdec) organised the “investment opportunities in the e-commerce fulfilment industry seminar 2019” on 10 july 2019 in miti.in light of the projected double-digit growth of e-commerce in the region, malaysia is ready to take par...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/seminar-on-investment-opportunities-in-the-e-commerce-fulfilment-industry-2019-/posts/
  254. The Semiconductor Industry: Moving Up the Value Chain
    malaysia to adapt and adopt new technology efficiently will pose as challenge whilst determining malaysia’s competitiveness in the global value chain. as the global technological trends led by top semiconductor and technology nations will affect and shape the local industries, malaysia can no longer be playing catch-up but must actively strive to build its expertise and niche...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/the-semiconductor-industry:--moving-up-the-value-chain/posts/
  255. Fueling Oil and Gas Industry Growth Through Digitalisation
    malaysia’s very own home-grown oil and gas industry players, petronas has embarked on driving the digital transformation of the oil and gas industry within the country. this includes them digitally transforming their procurement function to a flexible, cloud-native and open platform. with this transformation, petronas is able to better predict demand for categories of spend, enabli...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/fueling-oil-and-gas-industry-growth-through-digitalisation/posts/
  256. Innovation Pitch and Business Matching 2019 - Companies to Intensify Innovation through Strategic Collaborations in R&D Activities to Remain Competitive and Sustainable
    malaysia’, mida in collaboration with the universiti malaysia perlis (unimap) and the malaysian technology development corporation (mtdc) organised the innovation pitch and business matching (ipbm) 2019 event at mida sentral on 5 august 2019. the event was a platform for technologists, scientists and researchers from universities to promote their inventions, innovations and research out...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/innovation-pitch-and-business-matching-2019---companies-to-intensify-innovation-through-strategic-collaborations-in-r&d-activities-to-remain-competitive-and-sustainable/posts/
  257. Briefing and Sharing Session on Financing Opportunities
    malaysia debt ventures who shared their insights on various  innovative financing solutions and models, followed by a breakout session to address enquiries from participants. ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/briefing-and-sharing-session-on-financing-opportunities/posts/
  258. PostInvest Promotes Ease of Doing Business
    malaysia. established on 3 may 1999,  the division has been entrusted to facilitate companies in implementing their projects as well as providing proactive support services to the manufacturing and services companies. the role includes periodic reviews of arising issues and formulating appropriate measures for smooth operations of existing projects. one of the core function...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/postinvest-promotes-ease-of-doing-business/posts/
  259. MIDA Insights - Special Feature
    malaysia: joint collaboration in high technology industries kontron is a global leader in embedded computing technology. with its employees in research and development, kontron creates many of the standards that drive the world's embedded computing platforms. kontron's product longevity, local engineering and support, and value-added services help create a sustainable and...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-insights---special-feature/posts/
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