UOB Malaysia, MIDA team up to attract more FDI

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  • Friday, 10 Jan 2020

(L-R) Sivasuriyamoorthy Sundara Raja, executive director, Investment Promotion, MIDA; Arham Abdul Rahman, deputy chief executive officer I, MIDA; Wong Kim Choong, CEO, UOB Malaysia and Ng Wei Wei, Managing director and country head of wholesale banking, UOB Malaysia.

KUALA LUMPUR: United Overseas Bank Malaysia Bhd and the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) have teamed up to attract more foreign direct investments (FDI) into high value-added sectors.

They said these sectors include electrical and electronics, machinery and equipment, medical devices, aerospace, renewable energy and consumer technology.

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