Sectors Of Opportunity

Arend, Mark
May 2012
Site Selection;May/Jun2012, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p34
The article discusses the move of the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) to lead efforts in facilitating foreign direct investments into key industry sectors as part of its Economic Transformation Programme in the country. The plan is intended to increase investments that will help transform the country into a higher-income economy equipped with infrastructure and labor supply. The agency also facilitates several global manufacturers to set up their operations in the nation.


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