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  1. Government Representatives
    labour peninsular malaysia department of environmentfunctions advise and assist investors on matters relating to tax, labour, immigration, customs, utilities, occupational safety and health, and environment coordinate applications for approval and other matters under the purview of the relevant ministries and departmentsimmigration department, malaysia mohd sukry ahmad ...
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  2. Workforce for Industry
    labour force. malaysian youths who enter the labour market would have undergone at least 11 years of school education i.e. up to secondary school level, and are therefore easy to be trained in new skills. to cater to the manufacturing sector's expanding demand for technically trained workers, the malaysian government has taken measures to increase the number of engineers, technicians and ...
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  3. About MIDA
    labour, immigration department, royal malaysian customs, department of environment, tenaga nasional berhad and telekom malaysia berhad. mida also evaluates the following applications for projects in the manufacturing and its related services sectors: manufacturing licenses tax incentives expatriate posts duty exemptions on raw materials and components duty exemptions on machiner...
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  4. An Educated Workforce
    labour laws safeguard the interests and spell out the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees, thus providing a legal framework for the orderly conduct of industrial relations in the country. ...
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  5. Facts and Figures
    labour force 15.3 million 15.6 million unemployment 3.3 % 3.3 % f: forecast exchange rate: usd1 - rm4.16 (june 2019) source: ministry of finance malaysia for latest updates, visit http...
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  6. Key Economic Indicators
    labour force 15.3 million 15.6 million unemployment 3.3 % 3.3 % f: forecast exchange rate: usd1 - rm4.16 (june 2019) source: ministry of finance malaysia for latest updates, visit http://www.treasury.gov.my/index.php/en/economy/economic-indicators.html malaysia' external trade performance ...
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  7. Frequently Asked Questions
    labour, immigration department, royal malaysian customs, department of environment, tenaga nasional berhad and telekom malaysia berhad. what are the types of applications evaluated by mida? mida evaluates the following applications: manufacturing licence under the industrial coordination act, 1975 incentives exemption from custom duties expatriate po...
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  8. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
    labour, immigration department, royal malaysian customs, department of environment, tenaga nasional berhad and telekom malaysia berhad. what are the types of applications evaluated by mida? mida evaluates the following applications: manufacturing licence under the industrial coordination act, 1975 incentives exemption from custom duties expatriate posts ...
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  9. Services Sector
    labour market condition. greater focus will be given to the modern and knowledge-intensive industries, including halal, ecotourism and information, communications and technology (ict). the development of the services sector will be guided by the services sector blueprint, launched in 2015. the blueprint aims to unlock the potential of the sector and transform it to become more knowledge-inte...
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  10. Taxation
    labour charge of the subcontract works exceeds rm500,000 within 12 months, are required to be registered pursuant to section 12 of the sales tax act 2018. rates of sales tax sales tax is generally at 10%, certain non-essential foodstuffs, alcoholic beverages, tobacco/cigarettes and building materials are taxed at 5% while certain petroleum products and motor oil...
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  11. Human Resource
    labour matters in malaysia. paid maternity leave : 60 days normal work hours : not exceeding eight hours in one day or 48 hours in one week paid holiday : at least 11 gazette...
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  12. Incentives in Manufacturing Sector
    labour and non-labour intensive industry) operating at least 36 months in malaysia is eligible for: category 1: high labour intensive industries (rubber products, plastics, wood, furniture and textiles) i.automation capital allowance of 200% on the first rm4 million expenditure incurred within three (3) year of assessment from 2015 to 2020 andcategory 2: other industries ii.automation capital ...
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  13. Haco Asia Pacific Sdn Bhd
    labour, worldwide accepted halal- certification, well developed logistics network and excellent highways and ports. malaysia meets the company's needs to focus on its long term expansion goals. malaysia was also selected by haco for its offshore operations as it also offers opportunities for growth, with its skilled manpower, as well as the strong support given by malaysian government agencies suc...
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  14. MIECO
    labour, a sound infrastructure and a safe and politically stable environment. mieco is confident its expansion in malaysia will achieve even greater heights....
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  15. Samsung
    labour force - factors which have contributed to the viability of our business in malaysia. samsung is encouraged by malaysia's strong support of industries such as ours and we remain fully committed to expanding our investments in the country.the high standard of supporting industries here have also helped us to obtain quality local components, making samsung products more competitive in the glob...
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  16. Alcatel
    labour force, and all the necessary supporting industries. thirdly, the government of malaysia has shown that, even in times of crisis, it is committed to remain actively pro-business and to provide a stable environment to transact in. finally, malaysia has many natural assets and is culturally very rich and diverse. it is definitely a pleasant country to live and work in....
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  17. Management Consultancy Services
    labour; and activities of management holding companies. it excludes the following:  (a) computer activities.  (b) legal advice and representation.  (c) accounting, book-keeping and auditing activities and taxation consultancy.  (d) market research and public opinion polling.  (e) technical advisory activities. (f ) advertising activities.management consultancy ...
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  18. Medical and Healthcare Services
    labour organisation and fraternal organisations as well as in patients’ homes. patients are usually ambulatory and can be referred to specialists by general practitioners. it excludes in-patient hospital activities and para-medical activities such as those of midwives, nurses and physiotherapists.  dental services (classified under code 85122, malaysian standard industrial classificati...
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  19. Archived e-Newsletters 2016
    labour productivity through the continuous shift from labour-intensive to knowledge and innovation based economic activities are critical for malaysia to achieve a more sustainable, inclusive and high rate of economic growth. view in pdf mida newsletter - july 2016 issue attracting and retaining investors through facilitation servic...
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  20. Bosch Malaysia
    labour, bosch continues to see the potential of malaysia as a strategic location for business as well as manufacturing.to further strengthen malaysia as a location for global manufacturing as well as research and development, the bosch group invested close to rm630 million (138 million euros) into the country in the past five years since 2011 – over rm160 million (35 million euros) alone in ...
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  21. Archived e-Newsletters 2018
    labour intensive industries namely rubber products, plastics, wood, furniture and textiles. the automation capital allowance of 200% is provided on the first rm4 million expenditure incurred within three years of assessment from 2015 to 2017. under the 2018 budget, the incentive for the first category was extended until ya 2020. view in pdf ...
    https://www.mida.gov.my/home/archived-e-newsletters-2018/posts/
  22. Our Journey in Malaysia : C. Steinweg Group
    labour in the country, availability of modern infrastructures and the chemical industry's convergence into malaysia, both as a manufacturing cum distribution hub. "asia has become the centre of gravity for the chemical industry, especially speciality chemicals", explained mr muller. "according to a recent study by boston consulting group, the biggest markets as of 2017 were asia-pacific (with ab...
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  23. Domestic Investment Seminar in Sarawak : Industry Players to Take Full Advantage of Government's Facilities and Incentives
    labour-intensive strategies to grow our industries. together, let us build a business landscape that is innovative, creative and sustainable, focusing on the future.” he added. mr. arham abd. rahman, deputy chief executive officer of mida in his welcoming remarks, said “the government is providing more opportunities for companies to move towards industry 4.0 through various initiatives....
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  24. Seminar on Investment Opportunities in the e-Commerce Fulfilment Industry 2019
    labour market mismatch and maximise productivity.dato’ mathialakan chelliah, acting chairman of mdec highlighted that e-commerce is a key tenet of the digital economy, providing far-reaching business opportunities and societal upliftment opportunities for malaysia. mdec applauds the continuous engagement of this type borne out of a collaboration between the public and private sectors, which...
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  25. Malaysia Continues to Attract Business Interest
    labour-intensive projects to high-skilled and technologically advanced projects that support the sustainable development agenda of the nation. the capital intensity, measured by capital investment per employee (cipe) ratio of projects approved within the sector increased to rm1,088,715 in january to june 2019 from rm837,862 in the same period last year.by value of investments, pulau pin...
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  26. Our Journey in Malaysia : A Landmark Factory Unlike Any: Hotayi Electronic
    labour force and the efficiency of the electronics supply chain made penang the silicon valley of south east asia. in addition, malaysia, being a politically stable country with the government adopting policies to ensure an efficient, responsible and probusiness environment was undoubtedly the first choice to establish hotayi’s new state-ofthe- art facility. hotayi has invested heavily i...
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  27. Our Journey in Malaysia : OCIM Sdn Bhd
    labour and land costs. ocim employs more than 700 personnel from 19 ethnic backgrounds. the well-trained local employees, as well as the cultural proximity to korea are another crucial factor for the acquisition of sarawak operations. furthermore, the support of the malaysian government and in particular the malaysian investment development authority (mida) played an important role. in addit...
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  28. The Malaysian Aerospace Industry - Soaring to New Heights
    labour force comprises of 3,695 employees in composites, 2,710 employees in manufacturing, 1,470 employees in avionics and 269 employees in special processing that supports the industry. these numbers have been consistently growing, and the demand for qualified workforce in the industry has not gone unnoticed. malaysia recognises the need  to have skilled workforce in establishing a ...
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  29. PostInvest Promotes Ease of Doing Business
    labour supplies and facilitating approvals by local authorities. biz clinic and biz talk in 2018, postinvest introduced  a 360-degree outreach programme, namely ‘biz clinic and biz talk’. despite its short existence, the dual-faceted programme quickly became a key flagship initiative for mida, as it promotes a greater connection between investors and stakeholders. biz clin...
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  30. Biotechnology Industry in Malaysia
    labour market, excellent transportation networks, ict infrastructure, strong government support, active public-private sector participation and cost-effective base of doing business, the exceptional richness of biodiversity in malaysia has led to the development of biotechnology in the region.in 2018, the malaysian investment development authority (mida) approved two foreign-owned biotechnology pr...
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Last Updated : Friday 13th December 2019