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  1. Contact Us
    feedbacks/enquiry all feedbacks/comments can be emailed to [email protected] by filling up the  feedback form. do you need additional information on investing in malaysia?  email your enquiries to [email protected] or fill in this enquiry form and we will provide a prompt response to you. ...
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  2. Resource Centre
    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...
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  3. Enquiry Form
    we strive to serve you with greater proficiency. as we will only address enquiries/ feedbacks/ comments/ complaints that are verified, please furnish us your contact details in the form below.  we assure you that your requests will be attended promptly and we will respond accordingly within two (2) working days.  alternatively you may also call us at +603 2267 3...
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  4. 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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  5. 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 and water ...
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  6. Forms & Guidelines for Mines Wellness City
    all companies that wish to apply for services incentives are required to submit the additional following appendix together with the application form: utility requirements project impact mines wellness city (mwc) offers several tax incentives for its developer, managers and operators, as follows: mwc developers (guidel...
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  7. Business Information Centre
    comfortable meeting areas are also provided where investors can read or have their investment enquiries attended to by our duty officer. bic offers: one-on-one business guidance meeting centre opening hours:  monday - thursday       9.00 a.m. - 12.30 p.m.  1.30 p.m - 5.00 p.m friday  9.00 a.m - 12.15 p.m ...
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  8. Infrastructure Support
    1 map covering major infrastructure download here   2 industrial land show allhide all industrial estates 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 ...
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  9. Costs of Doing Business
    the objective of this section is to enable investors to make a preliminary assessment of the major costs involved in doing business in 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 r...
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  10. Incentives in Manufacturing Sector
    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 incentives grant partial or total relief from income tax payment for a specified period, while indirect tax incentives are in the form of exemptions from import duty, sales tax and excise duty....
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  11. 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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  12. 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 ...
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  13. Scam Alert
    a. mida recruitment fraud there have been recent incidents where organisations and individuals pretend to recruit by representing themselves as mida or as being under mida's employment. these propositions notify members of the public that their qualifications were found suitable to work as an employee (local or expatriate) for mida and to solicit the transfer of significant sums of...
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  14. Strengthening Domestic Investment Landscape
    being an organisation half a century old, mida’s priority remains the same. we are here to ensure that 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...
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  15. Malaysia Productivity and Investment Climate Survey (PICS)
    malaysia’s transition from low-income to upper-middle-income status has been a success. the country has experienced a long period of robust economic growth while implementing ambitious development policies that have fostered the rise of new industries. high rates of infrastructure investment, accelerating private-sector activity, a rising female labor-force participation rate, and a growing work...
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  16. Force Majeure: Expecting the Unexpected
    the outbreak of the coronavirus (covid-19) has been declared a global health emergency, causing major disruptions across industries: travel, retail, manufacturing and technology for businesses. in light of this, pre-agreed contracts may become "commercially impossible" to perform.  a common clause known as force majeure is usually incorporated within contracts to deal with...
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  17. Kedah Rubber City: Choice Investment Destination for Rubber Industry Players
    kedah rubber city (krc) is the first dedicated rubber industrial park in kedah, covering an area of 1,244 acres (54 million sq.ft). krc is envisioned to accelerate the development of the malaysian rubber industry and is positioned to be the regional high-value rubber industrial hub in asean. strategically located within the “rubber belt” of the malaysian-thailand border, krc is d...
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  18. Manufacturing Projects Implemented in Negeri Sembilan Created over 100,000 Jobs
    mida organised the invest series: unfolding states' business potential, which focused on negeri sembilan, on 21 february 2020 at mida headquarters. the event successfully attracted over 200 participants ranging from business chambers, associations and embassies as well as industry players from the services and manufacturing sectors. "malaysia continues to be a preferred investment d...
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Last Updated : Tuesday 24th March 2020