Surging foreign investments


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PETALING JAYA: Foreign direct investment (FDI) into Malaysia is set to surge by next year with technology and green tech-based investments being the new potential growth areas for foreign inflow.

The spread of the Omicron variant, meanwhile, is not expected to put a dent on FDI inflows.

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