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Can Malaysia Be An FDI Gateway For ASEAN?

Nordin Abdullah, Vice Chairman, Malaysia Australian Business Council (MABC)

19-Sep-23 07:45

Can Malaysia Be An FDI Gateway For ASEAN?

For the 1st half of this year, Malaysia has attracted 132.6 billion ringgit in approved investments, with the top countries being Singapore, Japan, the Netherlands, and China. Ministry of Investment, Trade and Industry (MITI) Minister Tengku Datuk Seri Utama Zafrul Aziz is confident that approved investments will hit the annual target of 220 billion ringgit. Today we speak with Nordin Abdullah, Vice Chairman of the Malaysia Australian Business Council to get his opinion on this goal and where Malaysia's FDI is heading.

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Produced by: Mark Tan

Presented by: Mark Tan, Shazana Mokhtar, Keith Kam

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