Semiconductor boom – how long will it last?


MALAYSIA or more specifically Penang has been a hotbed of semiconductor business since the 1970s, very early on winning the moniker of Asia’s Silicon Valley.

Fast forward to today, and the northern region of Malaysia is heating up with record levels of investments and re-investments pouring in, amounting in the billions of ringgit (see table).

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