Malaysia says Singapore pledges US$603mil in foreign direct investment


KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's trade ministry said on Friday a recent investment mission to neighbouring Singapore yielded 2.8 billion ringgit ($603.32 million) in committed foreign direct investment involving two companies.

The investments involve digital infrastructure company Equinix and a food manufacturing company, which the ministry did not name. - Reuters

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