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  1. Approved Investments in January - September 2019 Create 93,841 Additional Jobs
    approved investments in the services, manufacturing and primary sectors. this was 4.4% higher than the rm142.6 billion approved in the same period last year. these investments involved 4,025 projects and will create an additional of 93,841 job opportunities. the majority of the investments came from domestic sources, which contributed rm82.7 billion or 55.5% of the total investments. foreign direc...
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  2. Malaysia Remains an Attractive Investment Destination: Recording Approved Investments of RM53.9 billion in Q1 2019
    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 investment growth in q1 2019 was mainly driven by the robust p...
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  3. Penang, Among Top Investment Destinations in Malaysia : Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector Reached RM137.9 billion, 1980 - March 2019
    mida organised the penang domestic investment seminar on 16 july 2019 in bayan lepas, pulau pinang to update the industry players, especially in the northern region on the latest policies and facilities available. the seminar was officiated by mr. zabidi mahbar, deputy chief executive officer ii of mida.pulau pinang has consistently been ranked among the top investment destinations in the co...
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  4. Client Charter
    responding to all investment enquiries in a prompt and courteous manner disseminating accurate and up to-date information on investments assisting investors in the implementation of their projects we are committed to answer relevant enquiries, and to complete the evaluation of applications from the date of complete information received, within the stipulated time-frame as follows: ...
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  5. Facts and Figures
    investment data (overall) approved private investments in various economic sectors, january-june 2020 & 2019 summary number potential employment domestic investment  (rm million) * foreign investment  (rm million) * ...
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  6. Testimonials
    a 7  testimonials show allhide all academic medical centre sdn bhd academic medical centre sdn. bhd. in an initiative with the public-private partnership unit of the prime minister's department has established perdana university envisioned to be an education-research-healthcare hub for the region. perdana university is a world-class healt...
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  7. Machinery and Equipment
    there are currently 1,418 companies of all sizes in the m&e industry across multiple fields, including power generation, metal working, specialised-process m&e for specific industries, general industrial m&e, modules and industrial parts, and remanufacturing of m&e. these include 197 companies involved in the production of semiconductor m&e, and 143 companies involved in robotics and factory ...
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  8. Medical Devices
    approved investments of rm2.2 billion across six new projects worth rm69.4 million, and 19 expansion/diversification projects worth rm2.1 billion. compared to 2016’s figures of rm2.9 billion in investments across 41 approved projects, this is an indication that the medical devices industry is successfully attracting more strategic investments, with higher investments per project on average....
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  9. Engineering Support
    players in the industry have begun upgrading their facilities and acquiring technologies to meet the stringent requirements of oems for parts and components, as well as precision engineering services.leading 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...
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  10. Basic Metal Products
    there are currently 832 projects implemented in the industry, with investments of rm62.4 billion and employing 75,127 workers. the 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 do...
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  11. 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...
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  12. Malaysia: Investment Performance
    download pdf version year media statement report / infographic / presentation slide q1/2020 english n/a n/a n/a n/a 2019 english bahasa malaysia english n/a presentation slides q3/2019 english ...
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  13. Frequently Asked Questions
    a general show allhide all how does mida assist investors? mida offers the following assistance to investors: direct consultation and co-operation with relevant agencies at both the federal and state levels in matters such as: securing infrastructural facilities, including land, factory sites, electricity and water supplies, telecommunication and o...
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  14. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
    a general show allhide all how does mida assist investors? mida offers the following assistance to investors: direct consultation and co-operation with relevant agencies at both the federal and state levels in matters such as: securing infrastructural facilities, including land, factory sites, electricity ...
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  15. Forms & Guidelines for Services Sector
    application for status and/or incentives and/or expatriate posts for selected services sub-sectors definition of desirous for the granting of tax incentives under the promotion of investment act, 1986 for malaysian owned companies (download) guidelines and procedures for application for status and/or incentives and/or expatriate posts for selected...
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  16. Taxation
    1 taxation in 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 busine...
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  17. Utilities
    1 electricity rates show allhide all peninsular malaysia tenaga nasional berhad (tnb) is the main electricity power generator and supplier in peninsular malaysia. this tariff is effective from 1st january 2017 and supersedes the previous tariff schedule which was effective on 1st january 2014. down...
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  18. Petroleum Products Including Petrochemicals
    approved investments across 10 projects that created 1,949 job opportunities. half of the projects approved were new projects amounting to rm23.7 billion, while expansion/diversification projects totalled rm2.2 billion. currently, 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 large...
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  19. Food Processing
    there are more than 8,000 establishments in this sub-sector, mainly dominated by 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 (malaysi...
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  20. Research and Development
    the 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 ...
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  21. Textiles and Textile Products
    textile and textile products are the nation’s 13th-largest exporting industry in 2018, landing approximately rm12 billion of malaysia’s total manufactured goods exports. the usa held on to its position as the top market for malaysia’s exported textile products, purchasing rm1.6 billion (13%) of the industry’s total exports.in 2018, a total of 18 projects were approved in the textiles and t...
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  22. Oil and Gas
    with its strategic location at key shipping lanes as well as its strong economic fundamentals in china, india and within south east asia, 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 polici...
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  23. Green Technology
    renewable energy 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 bo...
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  24. Business Services and Supply Chain Innovation
    located in the heart of asean, 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, malaysi...
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  25. Investment Data
    b investment data (manufacturing sector) show all hide all overview: projects approved, january - june 2020 & 2019 ringgit malaysia - rm jan-june 2020 2019 new exp/div total new ...
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  26. e-Newsletter 2020
    approved investments in the manufacturing, services and primary sectors in the first quarter (1q) of this year. view in pdf mida newsletter - june 2020 issue mida and standard chartered malaysia collaborate to attract targeted global investments the malaysian investment development authority (mida) inke...
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  27. Starting Up Business
    1 registering business entities in 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 ...
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  28. Immigration Procedures
    1 entry requirements show allhide all passport or travel documents all persons entering 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 reco...
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  29. Workforce for Industry
    1 malaysia's labour force 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 therefore easy to be trained in new skills. in addition, 27% of the labour force has tertiary education.  to c...
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  30. Banking, Finance & Exchange Administration
    1 financial system show allhide all the 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 cen...
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  31. Infrastructure Support
    1 map covering major infrastructure download here   2 industrial land show allhide all industrial estates malaysia has over 600 industrial estates throughout the country with world-class infrastructure and excellent connectivity, making malaysia as the most sought-after, sustainable and condu...
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  32. Incentives in Manufacturing Sector
    in malaysia, tax incentives, both direct and indirect, are provided for in the promotion of investments act 1986, income tax act 1967, customs act 1967, excise act 1976 and free zones act 1990. these acts cover investments in the manufacturing, agriculture, tourism (including hotel) and approved services sectors as well as r&d, training and environmental protection activities.the direct tax ...
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  33. Incentives in Services Sector
    a incentives for investments show allhide all incentives in services sector in malaysia, tax incentives, both direct and indirect, are provided for in the promotion of investments act 1986, income tax act 1967, customs act 1967, sales tax act 1972, excise act 1976 and free zones act 1990. these acts cover investments in the manufacturing, agr...
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  34. IC Microsystems
    ic microsystems sdn bhd (icmic) is a fabless ic [integrated circuit] design house headquartered in cyberjaya, 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 ...
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  35. Methods of Conducting Business in Malaysia
    1 methods of conducting business in 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 comp...
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  36. Non-Metallic Mineral Industry
    non-metallic mineral products include high purity alumina (hpa), ceramics and clay-based products, cement and concrete products, glass products, industrial building system (ibs) components, and other non-metallic mineral products such as quicklime, barite, marble and granite.industry players in the ceramics and clay-based products sub-sector produce both traditional and advanced ceramics. tra...
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  37. Archived e-Newsletters 2014
    approved investments of rm216.5 billion. view in pdf volume 1: issue no.2 malaysia plays host to inaugural otc asia 2014 also find out more on nap 2014, market liberalisation for auto sector; romstars, a local o&g player offers high resolution mfl; and economic outlook 2014 by wef. view in...
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  38. Investment Data (Overall)
    investment data (overall) approved private investments in various economic sectors, january- june 2020 & 2019 summary number potential employment domestic investment  (rm million) * foreign investment  (rm million) * ...
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  39. Cititel
    cititel express kota kinabalu is owned by lagenda sutera (m) sdn bhd, a 100% owned subsidiary company of igb corporation berhad (“igb”), a three star hotel developed under the brand name of cititel express. it is igb’s first hotel development in sabah, east malaysia and the total construction cost of the hotel was around rm35 million. the construction of the hotel took two years to c...
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  40. Client Charter 2015
    responding to all investment enquiries in a prompt and courteous manner disseminating accurate and up to-date information on investments assisting investors in the implementation of their projects we are committed to answer relevant enquiries, and to complete the evaluation of applications from the date of complete information received, within the stipulated time-frame as follows: ...
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  41. Archived e-Newsletters 2015
    approved investments in the various economic sectors totalled rm 113.5 billion, a slight increase of 1.3% (rm112 billion) as compared to the corresponding period in 2014. the services sector led the economy with rm 61.7 billion (2,071 projects), contributing more than half (5 4%) of the total share, followed by the manufacturing sector (rm49.5 billion, 44%) and primary sector (rm2.3 billion, ...
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  42. Client Charter 2016
    responding to all investment enquiries in a prompt and courteous manner disseminating accurate and up to-date information on investments assisting investors in the implementation of their projects we are committed to answer relevant enquiries, and to complete the evaluation of applications from the date of complete information received, within the stipulated time-frame as follows: ...
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  43. Archived e-Newsletters 2017
    approved investments in the services, manufacturing and primary sectors for the first six months of 2017 (1h2017), a decline of 28.2% compared with rm91.2 billion for the same period last year. these investments involved 2,294 projects and will create 61,930 employment opportunities. view in pdf mida newsletter - aug 2017 issue ...
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  44. KPJ Ampang
    from the early years of its operation in 1996, kpj ampang has been in compliance with numerous local quality certifications including consecutive accreditation status by the 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 s...
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  45. Client Charter 2017
    responding to all investment enquiries in a prompt and courteous manner disseminating accurate and up to-date information on investments assisting investors in the implementation of their projects we are committed to answer relevant enquiries, and to complete the evaluation of applications from the date of complete information received, within the stipulated time-frame as follows: ...
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  46. Archived e-Newsletters 2018
    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 from 3,243 projects and are expect...
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  47. Client Charter 2018
    responding to all investment enquiries in a prompt and courteous manner disseminating accurate and up to-date information on investments assisting investors in the implementation of their projects we are committed to answer relevant enquiries, and to complete the evaluation of applications from the date of complete information received, within the stipulated time-frame as follows: enqu...
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  48. MIDA Insights - Highlights
    approved investments in the manufacturing, services and primary sectors in the first quarter (1q) of this year. read more july 2020 issue mida partners with huawei and proton to promote malaysia’s lighthouse initiative the malaysian investment development authority (mida) is committed to driving the nation’s indus...
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  49. MIDA Insights - Events
    approved investments in the manufacturing sector reached rm137.9 billion, 1980 - march 2019 mida organised the penang domestic investment seminar on 16 july 2019 in bayan lepas, pulau pinang to update the industry players, especially in the northern region on the latest policies and facilities available. the seminar was officiated by mr. zabidi mahbar, deputy chief executive officer ii o...
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  50. Our Journey in Malaysia : C. Steinweg Group
    from rotterdam to klang valley founded in 1847 in the port of rotterdam, c. steinweg is one of the world's leading warehousing and logistics service providers, with a long heritage of expertise in the commodity trade. with a vast network of 110 offices on every major continent, the group has grown into a truly multinational company with close to 7 million m2 of space and 20 km length of...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/our-journey-in-malaysia-:-c.-steinweg-group/posts/
  51. MIDA Collaborates with Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) to Boost Localisation Activities in the Automotive Industry
    on 2 april 2019, 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, incl...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-collaborates-with-malaysian-automotive-association-(maa)-to-boost-localisation-activities-in-the-automotive-industry/posts/
  52. Progress Updates on FHTP, OECD
    mida's e-newsletter in has introduced readers to the forum of harmful tax practices (fhtp) and its requirements in fulfilling action 5: countering harmful tax practices more effectively, taking into account transparency and substance. this edition aims to update readers on the current progress and incentive recipients' tax responsibilities. current progress incentives namely the pio...
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  53. We Invest in Our Home : Aemulus Corporation
    ng sang beng, chief executive officer, aemulus corporation aemulus corporation started operation in 2004, focusing on the tester equipment market for the semiconductor industry. by 2015, aemulus testers footprint can be found in most of the countries in southeast asia, and china, taiwan, south korea, germany, as well as the states. aemulus was listed in bursa ...
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  54. E-Commerce: A Game Changer for Logistics Industry in Malaysia
    the e-commerce industry is growing exponentially within the southeast asia region particularly in singapore, 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 i...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/e-commerce:-a-game-changer-for-logistics-industry-in-malaysia/posts/
  55. The Conference on Tourism Potential in Sabah and Sarawak
    approved investments for the year. of this amount, the 63 hotel and tourism projects approved with investments of rm4.6 billion last year are projected to create almost 4,000 new jobs. this conference focused on ensuring that the domestic tourism industry players were well informed about the hospitality ecosystems in malaysia and to encourage new investments into sabah and sarawak. this conferen...
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  56. Malaysia : The World’s Best Country to Invest
    the first quarter of 2019 indicated a positive start to the year, with approved foreign investments into 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 ...
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  57. Industrial Linkage Programme : Machinery and Equipment Industry
    the machinery & equipment (m&e) industry assumes strategic importance to 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 com...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/industrial-linkage-programme-:-machinery-and-equipment-industry/posts/
  58. Plastic Recycling : Malaysia's Perspective
    plastics are lightweight and durable materials, which can readily be moulded into a variety of products that can be used in a wide range of applications. in the modern economy, plastics have become ubiquitous material that plays a critical role in the growth of major industries such as automotive, medical devices, construction, electronics and packaging. unfortunately, the majority of t...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/plastic-recycling-:-malaysia/posts/
  59. Sustainable Waste Management in Malaysia : Opportunities and Challenges
    w ith fast-growing cities and ballooning population, developing countries like malaysia are facing numerous challenges in sustainably managing wastes. the waste generated in malaysia in 2005 was 19,000 tons per day at a recycling rate of 5%. the quantity rose to 38,000 tons per day thirteen years later in 2018, despite the increased recycling rate of 17.5%. this is alarming as the rat...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/sustainable-waste-management-in-malaysia-:-opportunities-and-challenges/posts/
  60. 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/
  61. Malaysia Continues to Attract Business Interest
    approved investments of rm55.0 billion or 59.8%. a notable services project approved in 1h2019 is the large scale solar (lss) expansion project to be undertaken by tnb bukit selambau solar in bukit selambau, kedah. the lss project with a capacity of 30 mwac will provide renewable energy (re) totaling 1,700mw by the year 2025. this is in line with the governm...
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  62. Innovation Pitch and Business Matching 2019 - Companies to Intensify Innovation through Strategic Collaborations in R&D Activities to Remain Competitive and Sustainable
    themed ‘innovation for the future of 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 in...
    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/
  63. MIDA Invest Series: Unfolding Selangor’s Business Potential
    mida organised its ninth briefing of mida invest series: unfolding states’ business potential at its headquarters on 7 august 2019. mr. arham abdul rahman, deputy chief executive officer (dceo) of mida during his opening remarks said that selangor is indeed one of the most preferred investment locations for manufacturing activities. continued interest by investors had enabled selangor to...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-invest-series:-unfolding-selangor’s-business-potential/posts/
  64. The Malaysian Aerospace Industry - Soaring to New Heights
    approved investments continue to generate highly skilled jobs and develop an ecosystem of suppliers in the country. some notable local aerospace companies which have established themselves as part of the global supply chain include umw aerospace, sme aerospace,  ctrm aero composite, asia aerotechnic and airod. malaysia is also home to supporting aerospace companies such as iac manufacturi...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/the-malaysian-aerospace-industry---soaring-to-new-heights/posts/
  65. 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 semico...
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  66. Biotechnology Industry in Malaysia
    approved investments of rm814 million across six biotechnology projects in 2017. both projects are a mix of new and expansion/diversification ventures and are expected to generate 150 job opportunities for the country. one of these approved investments was a new project by leaf malaysia opco sdn bhd to manufacture industrial sugars (c5 pentose and c6 hexose), refined glycerol and lignin with...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/biotechnology-industry-in-malaysia/posts/
  67. Minister of MITI Launches the Federation of Malaysian Fashion, Textiles & Apparels (FMFTA) at MIDA Headquarters
    on 29 october 2019, yb datuk darell leiking, minister of international trade and industry, launched the establishment of the federation of malaysian fashion, textiles & apparels (fmfta) in mida headquarters, themed ‘fashion and technology shaping the future’. the launching was attended by over 200 participants, including industry experts, designers as well as representatives of associations. t...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/minister-of-miti-launches-the-federation-of-malaysian-fashion,-textiles-&-apparels-(fmfta)-at-mida-headquarters/posts/
  68. Getting to Know the Licensing and Incentive Compliance & Monitoring (PPPG) Function of MIDA
    mida, through its licensing and incentive compliance & monitoring section (pppg) provides the aftercare services for manufacturing and services companies. according to the united nations conference on trade and development (unctad), aftercare services is defined as the range of activities from post-establishment facilitation services to developmental support by the investment promotio...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/getting-to-know-the-licensing-and-incentive-compliance-&-monitoring-(pppg)-function-of-mida/posts/
  69. Archived e-Newsletters 2019
    approved investments in january - september 2019 create 93,841 additional jobs for the first nine months of 2019, malaysia recorded rm149 billion worth of approved investments in the services, manufacturing and primary sectors. this was 4.4% higher than the rm142.6 billion approved in the same period last year. these investments involved 4,025 projects and will create an additional of 93...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/archived-e-newsletters-2019/posts/
  70. MIDA e-Services
    mida e-manufacturing licence (e-ml 2.0) mida eml is a new digital platform which allows companies to submit applications for:  - new manufacturing licence - expansion or diversification project(s); and - confirmation letter for the exemption from manufacturing licence (ica10) companies can now submit applications and track the status remotely 24/7/365.  the application...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-e-services/posts/
  71. Synthetic Sapphire Leading Technological Developments
    the first successfully  produced synthetic gemstone was a ruby made in 1902 by auguste victor louis verneuil. the verneuil technique enabled the production of gemstones of high quality to be used for making of jewellery. since then, the method has been expanded to other gems, with manufacturers utilising laboratory-synthesised sapphires for a variety of industrial and decorative ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/synthetic-sapphire-leading-technological-developments/posts/
  72. MIDAs Networking Event with the European Chambers, Associations and Embassies
    the malaysian investment development authority (mida) kick-started the year 2020 with a networking event with the european (eu) chambers, associations and embassies on 14 january 2020 held at impiana hotel, kuala lumpur. forty representatives from austria, belgium, czech republic, france, italy, ireland, germany, norway, united kingdom, the netherlands, russia, sweden, switzerlan...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/midas-networking-event-with-the-european-chambers,-associations-and-embassies/posts/
  73. MIR VALVE
    our customers/end-users are national and international o&g companies including petronas, sapura, shell, exxonmobil, chevron, conocophilips, adnoc group, qatar petroleum, kuwait oil company, petroleum development of oman, sonatrach, sinopec, eni, samsung, hyundai, technip, wood and many others. mir valve is the first malaysian manufacturer of engineered ball, gate ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mir-valve/posts/
  74. Kedah Rubber City: Choice Investment Destination for Rubber Industry Players
    kedah rubber city (krc) is the first dedicated rubber industrial park in kedah, covering an area of 1,244 acres (54 million sq.ft). krc is envisioned to accelerate the development of the malaysian rubber industry and is positioned to be the regional high-value rubber industrial hub in asean. strategically located within the “rubber belt” of the malaysian-thailand border, krc is d...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/kedah-rubber-city:-choice-investment-destination-for-rubber-industry-players/posts/
  75. Restricted Movement Order (RMO) for Malaysia Industries
    a restricted movement order (rmo) for malaysia industries show allhide all 1. what are the critical industries / factories that are allowed to operate during the rmo? only selected critical industries are allowed to operate during the rmo, subject to approval by miti. please refer to the list of industries based on essential goods as ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/restricted-movement-order-(rmo)-for-malaysia-industries/posts/
  76. Movement Control Order Ministry of International Trade and Industry No. 3
    a general questions on applications show allhide all what additional sectors are allowed to operate during the period of the movement control order (mco)? only selected additional economic sectors are allowed to operate during the movement control order (mco) period, subject to approval and health & safety ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/movement-control-order-ministry-of-international-trade-and-industry-no.-3/posts/
  77. Movement Control Order (MCO)
    28/04/2020 - kenyataan akhbar : peningkatan kapasiti beroperasi untuk membangun semula ekonomi penularan wabak covid-19 telah memberi kesan kepada kesihatan rakyat dan juga ekonomi negara. kerajaan telah mengambil langkah-langkah proaktif khususnya pelaksanaan perintah kawalan pergerakan (pkp) bagi membendung penularan wabak ini. usaha memerangi covid-19 belum berjaya...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mco/posts/
  78. Additional RM160 million approved to fight COVID-19 second wave – PM
    19/03/2020additional rm160 million approved to fight covid-19 second wave – pm source :     bernama download ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/additional-rm160-million-approved-to-fight-covid-19-second-wave-–-pm/posts/
  79. The Wood-Based Industry in Malaysia: The Impact of COVID-19 and the Movement Control Order (MCO)
    the world has been astounded by the spread of the covid-19 virus at the start of the year 2020. the malaysian economy was also affected, notably smaller businesses and vulnerable groups such as lowerincome individuals, daily wage earners and workers. proactively, malaysia implemented the movement control order (mco) since 18 march 2020 to battle the pandemic. selected economic sectors...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/the-wood-based-industry-in-malaysia:-the-impact-of-covid-19-and-the-movement-control-order-(mco)/posts/
  80. COVID-19: A Catalyst for Malaysia’s Industry 4.0
    the covid-19 pandemic has proven that digitalisation and automation is a necessity to ensure business sustainability. at the webinar session entitled “covid-19: a catalyst for malaysia’s industrial revolution (ir) 4.0”, organised by the british malaysia chamber of commerce’s (bmcc) webinar on 22 may 2020, mr. sivasuriyamoorthy sundara raja, executiv...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/covid-19:-a-catalyst-for-malaysia’s-industry-4.0/posts/
  81. Malaysia: Opportunities Beyond the Pandemic
    the malaysian investment development authority (mida) participated as one of the panellists in the webinar entitled ‘post covid-19 economic situation prediction in malaysia’, organised by the chinese enterprises chambers of commerce in malaysia (ceccm) on 15 may 2020. the session attracted a total of 14,200 views on ceccm, and the associated chinese chambers of commerce and ind...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/malaysia:-opportunities-beyond-the-pandemic/posts/
  82. Opportunities in Speciality Chemicals
    approved investments in the manufacturing sector, accounting for rm4.8 billion or 11.7% of the total approved investments in the sector.although the chemicals and chemical products industry in malaysia can be considered to be matured with a wellestablished ecosystem, there are immense opportunities amidst challenges. among the biggest challenges faced by malaysian manufacturers is to c...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/opportunities-in-speciality-chemicals/posts/
  83. FAQs on Tax Incentives for Company Relocating into Malaysia under National Economic Recovery Plan (PENJANA)
    a general questions show allhide all what are tax incentives for a company relocating into malaysia? tax incentives offered to a new and existing company relocating into malaysia under the income tax act 1967 are as follows: what is the definition of a new company? new company co...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/faq-penjana/posts/
  84. Diversifying Malaysia's Tourism: Encore Melaka the First Iconic Impression Series in South East Asia
    approved investments of rm 82.1 billion.in this venture, encore melaka represents one of the most prestigious tourism projects approved. collaborating with impression wonders arts development co., ltd. china, a pioneer in live performances with natural settings and innovative art production, yong tai berhad under the leadership of datuk wira boo kuang loon brought the project to life. t...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/diversifying-malaysia/posts/
  85. Continuous Engagement with Investors: Foreign Investment Promotion Division’s Working Visit to Pahang, 5 – 7 August 2020
    mida’s team, led by mr. sivasuriyamoorthy sundara raja, executive director of investment promotion had a fruitful productive discussion with the stakeholders in pahang on various matters including their future expansion plans, local sourcing programmes, automation initiatives and local talent activities. this is in line with the government’s aspiration to facilitate reinvestment by exi...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/continuous-engagement-with-investors:-foreign-investment-promotion-division’s-working-visit-to-pahang,-5-–-7-august-2020/posts/
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