Pemudah seeks your feedback

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 25 Oct 2007

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PEMUDAH believes it is on the righttrack to cut red tape for investorsand improve the public delivery system.But it wants feedback on thechanges made in the last eightmonths. 

According to a Pemudahspokesman, views and suggestionsare always welcomed. 

“We want to know how and whatcan be done further to make it easierfor foreign investors to do businesshere,” he said. 

The feedback can be easily channelledvia its website at

The feedback form is availableunder the “Suggestions and Replies”section. 

It is a simple form that can be easilyfilled in under 10 minutes.You will get a response withinthree working days. 

However, for more complex issuesor policy-related matters, it may takelonger, although you will be updatedon the progress regularly. 

Meanwhile, surfing the website willalso give you a better understandingof the business environment inMalaysia. 

Apart from useful links to all therelevant ministries and governmentagencies, the site also provides informationon reports published by independentobservers as well as thecountry's rankings in various internationalindexes. 

Among the business reports currentlyavailable are: 

  • Malaysia at 24th Position inWorld Bank Report 2008 

  • Malaysia ranks 9th best site forexpatriate retirement; up a notch inCorruption Perception Index 

  • Deutsche Bank ranks Malaysiaas Asia's second 

  • Frost & Sullivan ranks Malaysiaas top five outsourcing locations 

  • Malaysia retains 19th position inglobal export trade 

  • Malaysia ranks 19th most globalisedcountry 

  • Rankings On The Ease Of DoingBusiness (Top 30) 

    Improvements to the delivery systemare also neatly packaged underthe Highlights section.

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