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  1. Functions of MIDA
    1. to promote foreign and local investments in the manufacturing and services sectors2. to undertake planning for industrial development in 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 manuf...
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  2. MIDA Team
    chairman dato' abdul majid ahmad khan chairman ceo dato' azman mahmud chief executive officer deputy ceo arham abd. rahman deputy chief executive officer i manufacturing (non-resource), investment promotion & post ...
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  3. Career
    career opportunities are you a talented professional pursuing a career in an organization that plays a key role in transforming 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 i...
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  4. Why Malaysia
    a dynamic business environment malaysia offers investors a dynamic and vibrant business environment with the ideal prerequisites for growth and profits. malaysia's key strengths include well-developed infrastructure and productive workforce. a politically stable country with a well-developed legal system, malaysia also provides attractive incentives for investors. supported by a market-oriente...
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  5. Supportive Government Policies
    a major factor that has attracted investors to 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...
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  6. 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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  7. Facts and Figures
    investment data (overall) approved private investments in various economic sectors, january - september 2019 & 2018 summary number potential employment domestic investment (rm million) * foreign investment (rm million) * total investm...
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  8. Vibrant Business Environment
    a market-oriented economy and government policies that provide businesses with the opportunity for growth and profits have made 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, ...
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  9. Testimonials
    a 6  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-c...
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  10. Medical Devices
    the medical device authority (mda), a regulatory body created under ministry of health (moh), ensures that medical devices produced in 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 manuf...
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  11. Engineering Support
    foreign investments totalled rm146.5 million (29%). projects approved in 2017 generated employment opportunities for 1,630 people....
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  12. 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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  13. Overview: Projects Approved, January - September 2019 and 2018
    ringgit malaysia - rm jan-sept, 2019 2018 new exp/div total new exp/div total number 359 312 671 386 335 721 potential employment 27,914 26,248 54,162 36,455 22,839 59,294 total capital inv...
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  14. Projects Approved by Major Industry, January - September 2019 and 2018
    ringgit malaysia - rm industry jan-sept, 2019 2018 no. domestic investment (rm million) foreign investment (rm million) total proposed capital investment (rm million) no. domestic investment (rm...
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  15. Projects Approved by Major Country, January - September 2019 and 2018
    ringgit malaysia - rm jan-sept, 2019 2018 country no. foreign investment (rm million) no. foreign investment (rm million) usa 30 12,233.3 18 3,155.0 china 49 6,825.3 40 19,673.3...
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  16. Projects Approved by State, January - September 2019 and 2018
    ringgit malaysia - rm jan-sept, 2019 2018 state no. domestic investment (rm million) foreign investment (rm million) total proposed capital investment (rm million) no. domestic investment (rm million) foreign...
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  17. Frequently Asked Questions
    foreign investments and bring more professionals and technology as well as strengthen competitiveness of the sector. the list of the sub-sectors can be obtained from mida’s website under the title of liberalisation of the services sector ( http://www.mida.gov.my/home/liberalisation-of-the-services-sector/posts/) what are services sub-sectors that are eligible to apply for sta...
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  18. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
    foreign investments and bring more professionals and technology as well as strengthen the competitiveness of the sector. the list of the sub-sectors can be obtained from mida’s website under the title of liberalisation of the services sector ( http://www.mida.gov.my/home/liberalisation-of-the-services-sector/posts/) what are services sub-sectors that are eligible to apply for st...
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  19. Manufacturing Sector
    foreign investments in 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) inve...
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  20. Starting a Business
    1 companies commission of 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) ...
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  21. 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 ...
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  22. 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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  23. 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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  24. 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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  25. List of Ministries
    office of the prime minister  ministry of agriculture and agro-based industry main block, perdana putra building,     federal government administrative centre, 62502 putrajaya, malaysia tel: (603) 8888 8000 fax: (603) 8888 3444 website: www.pmo.gov.my    e-mail: [email protected] block 4g1, wism...
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  26. International/Regional Organisations
    asia-pacific economic coorperation (apec) association of southeast asian nations (asean) asean supporting industry database (asid) asem infoboard bimp - east asean business council european chamber of international business (ecib) indonesia-malaysia-thailand-growth triangle (imt-gt) kuala lumpur regional centre for arbitration south-south information gateway (ssig) world ass...
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  27. List of OIC Members
    foreign investments (apfi) - togo, republic of - - tunisia, republic of foreign investment promotion agency (fipa) www.investintunisia.com/ turkey, republic of under secretariat for treasury, general directorate for foreign investment www.treasury.gov.tr/ turkmenistan, republic of ...
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  28. Food Processing
    foreign investments formed more than a third of the total at rm900 million (37%). the 44 new and 22 expansion/diversification projects had resulted in employment opportunities for 4,644 people....
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  29. Textiles and Textile Products
    the industry became the country’s eleventh largest export earner in 2017, making up approximately rm15.3 billion (1.6%) to 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 ...
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  30. 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 policies, malay...
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  31. 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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  32. Green Technology
    foreign investments. these projects are expected to create 547 employment opportunities in this sub-sector.the approved investments include 161 projects (rm2.5 billion) that will generate energy from solar power, 10 projects (rm182.3 million) from biogas, 3 projects (rm320.7 million) from mini-hydro and 1 project (rm24 million) from biomass as the sources of energy generation.energy efficiency/...
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  33. Investment Data
    b investment data (manufacturing sector) show all hide all overview: projects approved, january - september 2019 and 2018 ringgit malaysia - rm jan-sept, 2019 2018 new exp/div total new ...
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  34. Liberalisation of the Services Sector
    foreign investments and bring more professionals and technology as well as strengthen competitiveness of the sector. recognising the growth potential in the services sector, the government has decided to immediately liberalise 27 services subsectors, with no equity condition imposed. these sub-sectors are in the areas of health and social services, tourism services, transport services, business ...
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  35. Investment Data (Services Sector)
    summary number potential employment domestic investment (rm million) * foreign investment (rm million) * total investment (rm million)* services sub-sector jan-sept 2019 2018 jan-sept 2019 2018 jan-sept 2019 2018 jan-sept 2019 ...
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  36. Recorded Interview
    your browser does not support the audio element. the 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, dis...
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  37. e-Newsletter 2019
    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. view in pdf mida newsletter - june 2019 issue ...
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  38. 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 iii....
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  39. 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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  40. 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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  41. 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.  ...
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  42. Intellectual Property Protection
    1 intellectual property protection intellectual property protection in 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 ...
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  43. Infrastructure Support
    1 map covering major infrastructure 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 municipalitie...
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  44. 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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  45. 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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  46. 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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  47. Daimler Chrysler
    official sales of mercedes-benz vehicles began in 1951 with cycle & carriage as the franchise distributor. today, mercedes-benz c-class, e-class and s-class passenger cars are locally assembled, as are commercial vehicle bus chassis and prime movers. other niche models like the a-class, m-class, c-class sport coupe, clk and sl are fully imported.as one of the world's leading automotive companies, ...
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  48. Elektrisola
    more than 10 years ago, the elektrisola group, the world's largest producer of fine and ultrafine copper magnet wire, started looking for a site for its first manufacturing plant in asia. after a detailed comparison of possible locations in south-east and east asia, we identified malaysia as the best geographic and strategic location, and in 1990, made our decision to set up an automated high-tech...
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  49. Idemitsu
    in 1972, idemitsu established petrochemical (m) sdn bhd, a pioneer plastic resin producer in 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%...
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  50. Knowles Electronics
    knowles' capability in highly refined audio design and manufacturing are derived from decades of leadership in the field of hearing health. having pioneered the hearing aid component marketplace in the 1950's, knowles electronics, founded in 1946, continues to be the undisputed leader in this market today, contributing new ideas for the application of sound in both hearing aid design and appl...
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  51. Lucas
    back in 1981, i was part of a team evaluating the setting up of an offshore manufacturing facility to support our then uk parent company with a low-cost manufacturing base for automotive electrical and electronic products. lucas, at that time, chose malaysia due to its stable political and financial reputation, coupled with the government's liberal foreign equity policies and tax incentive...
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  52. Philips
    royal philips electronics of the netherlands is one of the world's biggest electronics companies, as well as the largest in europe, with 159,709 employees in over 60 countries and sales amounting to euro 30.4 billion in 2005. philips has had a presence in malaysia since the late 1930's. the business activities of the philips group of companies in malaysia at that time included manufactur...
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  53. 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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  54. Education and Industrial Training Services.
    education and industrial training services include private higher education (including college and university education) and other technical and vocational education.  private higher educational institutions (pheis) include the following:  • private universities and branch campuses of foreign universities with university status;  • private colleges/institutions with no...
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  55. Distributive Trade Services
    distributive trade comprises all linkage activities that channel goods and services down the supply chain to intermediaries for resale or to final buyers. the linkages may be:  • direct or indirect between two (2) parties (or levels) or more than two (2) parties (or levels) within the chain;  • real physical processes or electronic transactions as defined under the relevant...
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  56. Petrofac Malaysia
    after more than fifteen years of operation, petrofac decided to widen its horizon to 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 ha...
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  57. Alcatel
    the trend in market expansion and globalisation that started a few years ago pushed alcatel, one of the world leaders in telecommunications system supply, to strengthen its presence in foreign markets. conscious of the enormous growth potential of the asian market, alcatel chose malaysia as its regional platform for marketing and industrial activities. for us, there were a number of good-sense...
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  58. 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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  59. Tourism and Travel Related Services
    tourism and travel related services is divided into four (4) sub-sectors namely:  hotels and restaurants (including catering);  travel agencies and tour operators services;  tourist guides services; and  other tourism services.tourism activities are part of more general services activities -- most notably many transport services, certain business serv...
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  60. Archived e-Newsletters 2014
    volume 1: issue no.12 r&d industry in 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, ...
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  61. Investment Data (Primary Sector)
    primary sector number potential employment domestic investment (rm million) * foreign investment   (rm million) * total investment      (rm million) * jan- sep 2019 2018 jan- sep 2019 2018 jan- sep 2019 2018 jan- sep 2019 ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/investment-data-(primary-sector)/posts/
  62. Investment Data (Overall)
    a investment data (overall) approved private investments in various economic sectors, january - september 2019 and 2018 summary number potential employment domestic investment (rm million)* foreign investment (rm million)* total investment (rm million)* ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/investment-data-(overall)/posts/
  63. Archived e-Newsletters 2016
    mida newsletter - nov/dec 2016 issue disf set to re-energise the domestic industry players domestic investment has always been recognised for its pivotal role in sustaining the nation's investment climate and as a catalyst for the presence of foreign direct investment. in its continuous effort to strengthen and enhance the country's d...
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  64. Archived e-Newsletters 2015
    mida newsletter - december 2015 issue aec and 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 newslet...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/archived-e-newsletters-2015/posts/
  65. 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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  66. MIDA e-Services
    surat pengesahan mida (spm) application for mida confirmation letter (spm) for the purpose of claiming import duty and/or sales tax exemption on machinery/equipment/spare parts/prime movers/container trailers for manufacturers, hotel operators, haulage operators and aerospace maintenance, repair & overhaul (mro) companies. spm manufacturers in the principal customs area ...
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  67. Muehlbauer Technologies Sdn. Bhd.
       muehlbauer technologies sdn bhd was founded in year 2006 with core activities of developing, marketing, manufacturing and production support of high technology automation systems for the semiconductor backend and carrier tape industries. we have further venture and developed our technology accord to iot / industry 4.0 elements applications.whereas mühlbauer group was founded in ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/muehlbauer-technologies-sdn.-bhd.-/posts/
  68. Shorubber (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.
    shorubber (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 ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/shorubber-(malaysia)-sdn.-bhd./posts/
  69. i-Services Portal
    mida i-services portal was launched by yb datuk darell leiking, minister of international trade and industry (miti) at the national investment seminar 2018 held on 30 october 2018. the portal underscores mida’s continued efforts to reinforce the services sector as the main engine of growth for the nation and government’s unwavering commitment to encourage utilisation of local ...
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  70. Archived e-Newsletters 2018
    mida newsletter - december 2018 issue malaysia records rm139.3 billion of approved investments for january-september 2018 malaysia attracted a total of rm139.3 billion worth of investments in the manufacturing, services and primary sectors for the first nine months of 2018. this was an 18% increase from the rm118.1 billion approved in the s...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/archived-e-newsletters-2018/posts/
  71. MIDA Insights - Highlights
    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. read more july 2019 issue industrial linkage pro...
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  72. MIDA Insights - Why Malaysia Series
    august 2019 issue our journey in 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...
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  73. MIDA Insights - Events
    november 2019 issue malaysian companies to attract investment and unlock growth opportunities by listing on bursa malaysia the malaysian investment development authority (mida) in collaboration with bursa malaysia berhad, organised a forum on the listing opportunities on bursa malaysia on 13 november 2019, at mida headquarters at kuala lumpur ...
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  74. Dato’ Abdul Majid Bin Ahmad Khan, New Chairman of MIDA
    the 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 distin...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/dato’-abdul-majid-bin-ahmad-khan,-new-chairman-of-mida/posts/
  75. MIDA Facilitates Overseas Internship for Malaysian Students Abroad
    enhancing the students' employability has always been on top of the human capital development agenda of the government. this is to ensure that they are industry-relevant, ready to enter the job market and ultimately able to contribute to the economic growth of the country. various programmes are usually adopted by universities and colleges to increase the employability of their students such...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/mida-facilitates-overseas-internship-for-malaysian-students-abroad/posts/
  76. Metal Additive Manufacturing
    additive manufacturing technology adds materials and melted it to create a super fine layer of an object which is different from the conservative manufacturing. conservative manufacturing, often subtract materials via several processes such as milling, machining, grinding and carving in order to produce parts. there are several materials that can be melted in building the superfine la...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/metal-additive-manufacturing/posts/
  77. 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 decentralis...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/malaysia-offers-new-strategic-locations-for-foreign-and-domestic-investors-along-the-ecrl-corridor/posts/
  78. Malaysia Remains an Attractive Investment Destination: Recording Approved Investments of RM53.9 billion in Q1 2019
    foreign investments from january to march 2019, which is 127.0% from the corresponding period last year. the commendable increase reflects malaysia’s continuous competitiveness as a location of choice for investments. as identified under the 11th malaysia plan, the targeted 3+2 catalytic and high potential growth sub-sectors namely the electrical and electronics (e&e), chemical...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/malaysia-remains-an-attractive-investment-destination:-recording-approved-investments-of-rm53.9-billion-in-q1-2019/posts/
  79. Our Journey in Malaysia : Schmidt + Clemens (S+C)
    schmidt + clemens (s+c), the german stainless steel specialist founded in 1879, committed at an early stage to the internationalisation of its business operation, founding its first foreign subsidiary in spain as long ago as 1974. as the world market leader in tube systems for applications in the petrochemicals industry, it is a factor of major importance to s+c to be near to its mar...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/our-journey-in-malaysia-:-schmidt-clemens-sc/posts/
  80. Malaysia : The World’s Best Country to Invest
    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 world’s best country to invest in or do business for 2019 by ceoworld magazine, a highly ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/malaysia-:-the-world’s-best-country-to-invest/posts/
  81. Industrial Linkage Programme : Machinery and Equipment Industry
    foreign investments amounted to rm701.6 million (32%). the approved projects are expected to generate a total of 3,578 employment opportunities for the country. additionally, the m&e industry continued to show stellar progress of 24 projects approved in the first quarter of 2019, with investments of rm 318 million.as part of mida’s on-going efforts to realise the vision of further...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/industrial-linkage-programme-:-machinery-and-equipment-industry/posts/
  82. Penang, Among Top Investment Destinations in Malaysia : Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector Reached RM137.9 billion, 1980 - March 2019
    foreign investments in the manufacturing sector totalled rm90.4 billion, accounting for 70 per cent of total investments approved for the state, while domestic investments are the remaining 30 per cent or rm38.7 billion.in the first quarter of this year, pulau pinang recorded another rm8.8 billion of total approved investment in the manufacturing sector, 780% higher compared with rm1.0 billion, ap...
    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/
  83. Malaysia Continues to Attract Business Interest
    foreign investments in these sectors increased by 97.2% to rm49.5 billion from rm25.1 billion recorded in the first half of 2018. this illustrates malaysia's competitive and comparative advantages in attracting investments amid mounting global market uncertainties and trade war tensions. domestic investments approved in 1h2019 amounted to rm42.5 billion, contributing 46.2% to&n...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/malaysia-continues-to-attract-business-interest/posts/
  84. 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/
  85. The Malaysian Aerospace Industry - Soaring to New Heights
    foreign investments represented 71.1% or rm10.7 billion, while the remaining 28.9% were from domestic sources. these 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 c...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/the-malaysian-aerospace-industry---soaring-to-new-heights/posts/
  86. PostInvest Promotes Ease of Doing Business
    to nurture the growth of foreign direct investment (fdi) and domestic investment (di) in the country, mida - through its post investment and infrastructure supportdivision (postinvest), provides ‘handholding’ and ‘problem solving’ services to assist companies’ investment journey in malaysia. established on 3 may 1999,  the division has been entrusted to facilitat...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/postinvest-promotes-ease-of-doing-business/posts/
  87. Snapshots of Budget 2020
    foreign investments. it is also aimed to support the well-being of the b40 group and maintain the country’s fiscal discipline. as miti and its agencies are currently drafting a new industrial master plan that will chart the growth of the manufacturing and services industries post 2020, mida heeds the call in the budget that malaysia needs an industrial policy to boost the country’s growth su...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/snapshots-of-budget-2020/posts/
  88. Biotechnology Industry in Malaysia
    foreign investments are a demonstration of the growing impact and importance of the global biotechnology industry. they are also aligned with the goals of the bioeconomy transformation programme and national biotechnology policy.future directionthe establishment of the national biotechnology policy is a clear indication of the government’s intense effort in making biotechnology as one of the ma...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/biotechnology-industry-in-malaysia/posts/
  89. Palm Oil Industrial Cluster (POIC): Unlocking Sabah’s Potential
    foreign investments. moving forward, mida will continue to intensify its collaboration with the sabah government to attract more investments that will broaden the state’s economy via value adding its natural resources.download mida newsletter october 2019...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/palm-oil-industrial-cluster-(poic):-unlocking-sabah’s-potential/posts/
  90. Approved Investments in January - September 2019 Create 93,841 Additional Jobs
    foreign investments include a new manufacturing project from smith+nephew incorporated, a united kingdom based company, which will be setting up its facility in batu kawan industrial park, pulau pinang to produce implants for orthopaedic surgery for knees and hips. the primary sector contributed rm6.3 billion or 4.2% of the total approved investments in january- september 2019. the mining subsec...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/approved-investments-in-january-september-2019-create-93,841-additional-jobs/posts/
  91. Trade and Investment Mission to Europe (The Hague, Netherlands and Stuttgart, Germany) 4-8 November, 2019
    did you know? malaysia remains a competitive investmentlocation for foreign investors. this is attested to by malaysia’s position in the world bank’s doing business report, 2020 rising three places to 12th position in terms of ease of doing business, among 190 countries. as at 2018, germany and the netherlands represent the top investors from the european union (eu) in the manuf...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/trade-and-investment-mission-to-europe-(the-hague,-netherlands-and-stuttgart,-germany)-4-8-november,-2019/posts/
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