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A general overview of doing business in Malaysia, 2012.

A general overview of doing business in Malaysia, 2012.

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  • Malaysia’s target is a 6% annual growth in line with the Economic Transformation Program (ETP).ETP aims to boost both private consumption and investments
  • Malaysia shows strong trade performance despite the slow US economic recovery, Eurozone debt crisis uncertainties and supply chain disruptions from Japan’s tsunami and Thailand’s floods.
  • - Stable. A resilient macroeconomic environment and a sound financial sector. -  Market-oriented. An efficient goods market and large export earner. -  Well connected. World class infrastructure comprising excellent transport connectivity and advanced communications infrastructure. -  Cost effective. Affordable costs of living and doing business. -  Business friendly. Attractive governmental support through government policies and tax incentives.
  • Reference: Market cap. US$BN (20-1-12)Citigroup 86Bank of America 71Apple 560ExxonMobil 381Microsoft 248GE 203
  • http://www.mida.gov.my/env3/uploads/PerformanceReport/2011/Performance2011_Slide.pdf
  • With increased competition from low cost producers such as the People’s Republic of China, India and Vietnam, Malaysia is no longer competitive in the area of low-end manufacturing. To raise the economy up the value chain, the Government will continue to intensify its efforts in identifying and attracting investments in new growth areas and emerging technologies, high value-added industries, high technology and capital intensive industries and research and development (R&D) activities in line with the Government’s efforts to become a high income nation by 2020.
  • US MNCs in Malaysia are setting their sights on going regional and increasingly look at Malaysia as a hub for regional activities. Reflective of this new trend, AMCHAM board members now have additional responsibilities in this region and are entirely based in Malaysia.

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