Taiwan investors still favour Malaysia


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  • Tuesday, 15 Jul 2003

SOME Taiwanese companies may have pulled out of Malaysia for lower cost producing countries like China and Vietnam, but Taiwanese investors still look upon Malaysia favourably, Malaysian Friendship and Trade Centre president for Taiwan Datuk Abdul Rahim Bakri said. 

Rahim, who has been posted to Taipei for four years, told Malaysian journalists that just last week, the Malaysian Industrial Development Authority had approved a Taiwanese investment proposal to produce high-precision camera parts in Malacca. 

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