The RM58b Investment in Malaysia 2020 Target Can Be Achieved

The RM58b Investment in Malaysia 2020 Target Can Be Achieved

RM58b Investment For Malaysia 2020 On Target Economic Action Council (EAC) Believes Target Is Achievable The investment target of RM58 billion for 2020 is achievable despite the COVID-10 pandemic. The EAC believes this target can be reached based on the confidence investors have demonstrated. Data from the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) already shows that…

Recovering Economy in Malaysia

Recovering Economy in Malaysia

Malaysia’s Economy Shows Positive Signs as More People Resume Work Malaysia’s economy is headed towards a brighter direction after it reopened and saw almost 70% of the workforce recommencing work. Things are surely looking up for Malaysians as 12.7 million employees have returned to their line of businesses, as of 2 June 2020. According to…

3 Economic Sectors in Malaysia Are Looking Positive for a Recovery

3 Economic Sectors in Malaysia Are Looking Positive for a Recovery

Adversely Affected Economic Sectors Show Signs of Recovery Malaysia’s three main economic sectors which were severely affected by COVID-19 pandemic shows definite signs of recovery. The country is optimistic that these sectors mainly – Agriculture, Construction, and Manufacturing, will gradually recover. The resumption of government projects has allowed many construction companies in the private sector…

Malaysia’s Approved Investments Record RM37.4 Billion in 1Q 2020

Malaysia’s Approved Investments Record RM37.4 Billion in 1Q 2020

Mida Records Malaysia’s Approved Investments That Worth RM37.4 Billion in the First Three Months of 2020 According to the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA), Malaysia’s approved investments recorded a whopping RM37.4 billion in the first three months of 2020. The approved investments were contributed by the manufacturing, service and the primary sector, totalling up to…