Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Invest in Malaysia

Malaysia is a country on the move, from a country dependent on agriculture and primary commodities, Malaysia has today become an export-driven economy spurred on by high technology, knowledge-based and capital-intensive industries.

A Dynamic Business Environment
Malaysia, strategically located in the heart of South East Asia, offers a cost-competitive location for investors intending to set up offshore operations for the manufacture of advanced technological products for regional and international markets.

Supported by a market-oriented economy and pro-business Government policies, 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.

Advancing with Technology
Technological advancement has become an integral part of Malaysia's growth as an industrialised nation. With the help of technology, Malaysia is steadfast in providing for the modern day requirements of investor companies based in the country. Malaysia is one of the most technologically developed countries amongst industrialising nations in the ASEAN region. The nation's persistent drive to engage modern technologies proves to be a great advantage to manufacturers in Malaysia.

Well-developed Infrastructure
Infrastructure in Malaysia is designed to serve the business community; it is one of the best in Asia. Telecommunications network served by digital and fibre optic technology, five international airports (all with air-cargo facilities), well-maintained highways and seven international seaports make Malaysia an ideal springboard to the Asia-Pacific market.

Industries in Malaysia are predominantly located in over 500 industrial estates and Free Zones developed throughout the country. These zones are categorised as export processing zones, which cater to the requirements of export-oriented industries. There are also specialised parks that have been developed to cater to the needs of specific industries.

Human Resources
One of Malaysia's greatest assets is her human resources. The workforce here is young, educated and productive, proving to be one of the best in the region. The Government's emphasis on human resource development ensures the continuous supply of manpower to meet the needs of the expanding manufacturing and services sectors.Following are the most wanted investment opertunities to invest in Malaysia.

 Basic Metal Products
 Electrical & Electronics
 Electronics Manuf. Services
 Engineering Supporting
 Food Processing
 Machinery & Equipment
 Medical Devices
 Petrochemical & Polymer
 Pharmaceuticals
 Rubber Products
 Textiles & Apparel
 Wood-based 

Services Sector Overview

The Government has drawn up the framework for the New Economic Model to propel Malaysia from a middle-income to a high-income economy based on innovation, creativity and high value sources of growth. Under this model, efforts will be intensified to target and attract industries in which Malaysia has strong foundations for new growth areas such as:

Education and training services
Healthcare travel (health tourism)
High value tourism activities such as eco-tourism
Green Technology including renewable energy and energy conservation/efficiency
Financial services (integrated Islamic finance)
Creative industries
ICT such as telecommunication and mobile services
Waste management (e.g. recycling)
R&D and design activities
Regional operations such as operational headquarters (OHQ), international procurement centres (IPC), and regional distribution centres (RDC).


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