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  1. Basic Metal Products
    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 coated steel products) are used as intermediate raw materials for downstream applications in the sectors of e&e, automotive parts and components, oil and gas, furniture, machinery and equipment ...
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  2. 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 p...
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  3. BMW Malaysia Sdn Bhd
    bmw group 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...
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  4. 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 business...
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  5. Human Resource
    1 conditions of employment show allhide all minimum conditions of employment the employment act, 1955 is the main legislation on labour matters in malaysia. paid maternity leave : 60 days normal work hours : ...
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  6. Utilities
    1 electricity rates show allhide all peninsular malaysia tenaga nasional berhad (tnb) is the main electricity power generator and supplier in peninsular malaysia. this tariff is effective from 1st january 2017 and supersedes the previous tariff schedule which was effective on 1st january 2014. down...
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  7. Living in Malaysia
    1 hotel rates show allhide all hotel rate average published room rates in: single / double rm us$ kuala lumpur 5-star hotel 278.19 86.93 ...
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  8. Industries
    basic metal products electrical and electronics engineering support food processing machinery and equipment medical devices petroleum products including petrochemicals pharmaceuticals wood & wood products and furniture & fixtures green technology education and industrial training services healthcare sector business services and supply chain innovation oil and...
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  9. Manufacturing
    basic metal products electrical and electronic engineering support food & sustainable resources machinery and equipment medical devices petrochemical pharmaceuticals wood & wood products and furniture & fixtures  ...
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  10. Education and Industrial Training Services
    the education national key economic area (nkea) is focused on four prioritised segments based on existing market share and potential for future growth:early childcare and education (ecce),basic education (primary and secondary),technical and vocational education training (tvet), andtertiary education (both domestic and international students).malaysia’s private education sector has made ma...
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  11. 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 passport...
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  12. Workforce for Industry
    1 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 t...
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  13. Investment Opportunities in Manufacturing Sector
    basic metal products electrical and electronic engineering support food & sustainable resources machinery and equipment medical devices petrochemical pharmaceuticals ...
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  14. 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, agriculture, ...
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  15. Sustainable Waste Management in Malaysia : Opportunities and Challenges
    basic metal products (rm1.97 billion) and plastic products (rm1.27 billion). in achieving more integrated waste management solutions, the government had further extended the tax incentive for green technology through the budget 2014. the incentive aims to encourage firms to revise their approach by incorporating a combination of waste management techniques including collection, storage, composti...
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  16. 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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