Johor, Sarawak emerge top


Wonderful's operations manager Suzanne Kew looking at the stick ice-cream machine at the company's factory in First Garden, Ipoh.

Despite the uncertainties in the global economic situation, Johor and Sarawak have flourished to become the states that received the highest manufacturing investments in the country for the first three months of this year.

However, economists believe that it is too soon to discuss greater investment inflows into the country.

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