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In an exclusive interview, Penang Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow talks about his vision on how Penang can bounce back after the Covid-19 pandemic.
THE state is ready to recruit new talents and open fresh opportunities to drive the next industrialisation phase as Penang marks its 50th Anniversary of Industrialisation Celebration, says Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow.
THE number of knowledge workers is expected to grow in the workforce of Penang’s manufacturing sector and overtake those in direct labour, said Datuk Seri Lee Kah Choon.
BUSINESS opportunities are aplenty as a backlog of supply created by disruptions to the supply chain will continue for at least another year before normalising, according to Datuk Seri Lee Kah Choon.
GEORGE TOWN: Three large local companies (LLCs) in the equipment manufacturing supply chain are expanding their respective footprints in the Batu Kawan Industrial Park, with total investments of RM520 million for their expansion projects.
GEORGE TOWN: InvestPenang and HSBC Bank Malaysia Bhd (HSBC) have inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to focus on bringing high-quality foreign direct investments into Penang and Malaysia, while tapping into each party’s comparative advantage as leverage.
PENANG must continue to attract top quality investments to create high-income jobs while supporting home-grown entrepreneurs to manufacture globally competitive products.
The manufacturing sector in Penang hopes the Federal government will expedite the rollout of the mass vaccination programme for economic frontliners once the new batch of COVID-19 vaccines arrives in Malaysia, expected in June.
THE Penang government will embark on a massive drive to grow its talent pool and increase its population of knowledge workers to enhance the state’s competitive advantage.
GEORGE TOWN: Factories in the Bayan Lepas Free Trade Zone (FTZ) should be on guard and take the necessary steps to contain the spread of Covid-19, says a state executive councillor.