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CHINA will provide business opportunities for the world as its economy rebounds strongly from Covid-19 crisis on the back of effective government policies and political commitment, according to prominent speakers at the World Chinese Economic Summit (WCES).
PETALING JAYA: At a time when there is an increased attention on whether foreign investors are ditching Malaysia for other Asean countries, the Statistics Department reveals that the rate of return on foreign direct investments (FDI) in the country has dropped sharply in the past decade.
IT will be Christmas in a few more days and then 2021 begins. At this time, the globally economic outlook doesn’t look so good. Slowly but surely, the Covid-19 pandemic is taking its toll.
FOR entrepreneurs, business leaders, government leaders, diplomats and professionals keen to look for post-pandemic investment opportunities in China, Asean and the Asian region, you may not want to miss the coming 2020 World Chinese Economic Summit (WCES) on Dec 21.
PETALING JAYA: After a sharp contraction in the second quarter of 2020 due to the Covid-19 containment measures, private investments in Malaysia have shown signs of gradual recovery.
Small businesses and manufacturers welcomed measures under Budget 2021 to spur and inject life into the business community following the extension of the Penjana special tax incentives to attract foreign direct investments (FDIs) to relocate manufacturing to Malaysia from 2021 until 2022.
Govt has put in concrete measures to attract investments
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian companies as well as local and foreign business chambers are looking forward to expanding the global market and creating a more resilient supply chain with the signing of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP).