ANNUAL INVESTMENT MEETING 2011 MALAYSIA

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ANNUAL INVESTMENT MEETING, 2011

Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre, 11 May 2011


1

OUTLINE

Recent Economic Performance

Multiracial and Progressive Malaysia

Bilateral Trade
and
Investment

Malaysia


Moving Forward

Conducive Investment Environment

Investment Opportunities

Malaysia


Strategic Gateway
to
Markets

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

National Key Economic Activities (NKEAs)

2

MIDDLE EAST
-
MALAYSIA

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

3

MALAYSIA

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

MALAYSIA’S KEY INDICATORS

2010


Land Area

330,252 sq km

Capital

Kuala Lumpur

Population

28.9 million

Real GDP (%)

7.2

Inflation (%)

1.7

Per Capita Income

8,475

Unemployment (%)

3.2

International Reserves (
US$ billion)

109.8*

Exchange Rate


Ringgit

appreciated by
13% against USD since January 2010

GDP Composition by sector


Agriculture


Mining


Construction


Manufacturing


Services



7.3%

7.2%

3.3%

27.7%

57.4%

4

5

MALAYSIA


MULTIRACIAL AND
PROGRESSIVE COUNTRY


Malaysia

is

multi
-
ethnic

and

multi
-
religious

country


Strength

in

diversity

Ethnic Groups

Population
(million)

Malays & Indigenous

17.5

Chinese

6.4

Indian

1.9

Others

0.3

Non
-
Citizens

2.1

Total

28.2

Religion

% of
Population

Islam

60.4

Buddhism

19.2

Christianity

9.1

Hindu

6.3

Others

5.1

Total

100.0

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

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Why Malaysia is Special?

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

Year
-
long warm
and sunny
climate offers
plenty of
opportunities
for sports,
leisure and
family activities

Excellent
health
infrastructure
with many
modern
hospitals,
clinics and
medical
facilities

Well
-
developed
transport and
telecommunic
ation system

Variety of
food

Over 30
international
schools

Peace and
harmony

7

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS

Malaysia


Moving Forward

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

8

Source: Economic Planning Unit, Malaysia

Private sector leads, Government
facilitates.

Specific initiatives and projects
driving economic transformation.

Effective delivery of government
services

Government Transformation
Programme (GTP)

Economic Transformation
Programme (ETP)

10
th

Malaysia Plan

2011
-
2015

GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES

GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES

8

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

NKEAs
selected which
can materially
impact
economic
growth

Greater KL

Agriculture

Palm oil

ICT

Education

Electrical &

electronics

Oil and gas

Tourism

Wholesale

and retail

Financial

services

Business

services

Health

Source: Economic Planning Unit, Malaysia

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M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

ESTABLISHMENT OF 12 NATIONAL KEY
ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES (NKEAs)

10




131

Entry

Points

Projects

(EPPs)

worth

US
$

138

billion





60

business

opportunities

worth

US
$

112

billion




92
%

of

the

investment

will

come

from

private

sector




Creating

additional

3
.
3

million

jobs

by

2020



Source: Performance Management and Delivery Unit (PEMANDU)

ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION
PROGRAMME (ETP)

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

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The 12 NKEAs are the growth
engines (73% contribution to the
Gross National Income)

NKEAs

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

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No. of
EPPs

Investment
Value
(US$ billion)

GNI
(US$ billion)

Job
Opportunities

Total

72

34.84

49.93

298,715

PROGRESS UPDATES ETP PROJECTS AS AT 19
APRIL 2011

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

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Increased by
61 %


Source : MIDA

TOTAL
APPROVED

MANUFACTURING PROJECTS
(2009 & 2010)

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

15

0.0
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
9.0
10.0
11.0
10.0
7.2
3.0
2.4
1.0
0.9
0.9
0.8
US$ billion

Source: Malaysian Industrial Development Authority

APPROVED

INVESTMENT IN MANUFACTURING PROJECTS BY
MAJOR INDUSTRIES
-
2010

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

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USD 3,811.2

USD 1,308.2

USD 898.2

USD 700.2

USD 628.8

USA

Japan

Hong Kong

Singapore

Germany

Country

Investment (USD million)

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

MAJOR SOURCES OF FDI

IN MANUFACTURING SECTOR
-

2010

17

INVESTMENT FROM GCC

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APPROVED PROJECTS IN THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR
WITH GCC COUNTRIES PARTICIPATION

Sectors

No. of
Projects

Employment

Total Investment

(RM Mill)

(US$
Mill)

Food Manufacturing

7

1,031

128.88

46.30

Textiles & Textile Products

2

54

11.52

4.61

Wood & Wood Products

1

107

91.12

0.02

Furniture & Fixtures

1

76

3.25

1.06

Chemical & Chemical Products

3

131

113.68

31.13

Petroleum Products (Inc.
Petrochemicals)

1

115

242.82

63.90

Rubber Products

2

235

7.72

3.09

Plastic Products

4

358

42.94

13.17

Basic Metal Products

1

1,365

3,950.00

1,039.47

Machinery & Equipment

5

189

137.59

40.37

Electronics & Electrical Products

3

645

49.38

19.12

Transport Equipment

1

87

0.68

0.18

Miscellaneous

2

550

11.26

3.02

TOTAL

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4,943

4,699.81

1,265.44

TRADE PERFORMANCE

Malaysia
-
GCC Bilateral Trade (US$ mil.)

19

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

2,667.22

3,432.22

4,499.97

5,537.55

4,761.97

5,515.26

1,067.28

3,255.99

4,482.44

4,642.63

6,305.22

3,890.02

5,500.21

1,033.79

5,923.21

7,914.66

9,142.61

11,842.76

8,651.99

11,015.47

2,101.07

0.00
5,000.00
10,000.00
15,000.00
20,000.00
25,000.00
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Jan- Feb
2011
Export
Import
Total Trade
EXPORTS TO GCC BY COUNTRIES (2010)

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M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

GCC

Countries

US$ Million

% Share

United Arab Emirates

3959.74

71.8

Saudi Arabia

933.51

16.9

Oman

188.36

3.4

Kuwait

188.33

3.4

Qatar

173.63

3.1

Bahrain

71.69

1.3

IMPORTS FROM GCC (2010)

21

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

GCC Countries

US$ Million

% Share

United Arab Emirates

2,469.46

44.9

Saudi Arabia

2,094.09

38.1

Kuwait

478.53

8.7

Qatar

248.22

4.5

Bahrain

120.79

2.2

Oman

89.11

1.6

UAE
was
Malaysia’s:


15
th

largest
trading
partner

14
th

largest export destination


15
th

largest
source of imports,

2010

2010

22

Source: Malaysia External Trade Development
Corporation

MALAYSIA
-
UAE TRADE

NOTABLE GCC COMPANIES IN MALAYSIA

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M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

MALAYSIAN INVESTMENT IN GCC

Company

Sector

Kimlun

Group

Business Services

SapuraCrest

Petroleum

Industrial Machinery,
Equipment & Tools

Shin Yang

Non
-
Automotive Transport
OEM

Pantech

Group

Metals

Malaysia International Shipping Corporation
(MISC)

Transportation

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M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

INVESTMENT POLICIES

Manufacturing
License


Automatic approval
for non
-
sensitive
industries



Equity
Guidelines


100% foreign
equity ownership is
allowed



Repatriation of
Profits


No restriction
imposed on foreign
companies investing
in Malaysia

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M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

INCENTIVES

Pioneer Status

Income tax exemption ranging
from 70%
-
100%; 5
-
10 years

Investment Tax Allowance

60%
-
100% on qualifying
capital expenditure; 5
-
10
years

Reinvestment Allowance

60% on qualifying capital
expenditure


Import Duty & Sales Tax
Exemption

For raw materials and
machinery and Equipment

Incentives

26

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

IMPROVEMENTS IN PUBLIC DELIVERY SYSTEM

Set up in February 2007, a high
-
powered taskforce

Co
-
chaired and comprising
representatives from public and private
sectors

Review and recommend improvements
to public delivery system to facilitate
business

The Special Task Force to Facilitate Business

(
PEMUDAH
)

27

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

IMPROVEMENTS IN PUBLIC DELIVERY SYSTEM

Starting a business

Expedited from 11 to 3 days

Trade Facilitation

National Single Window:
electronic system that
enables a secured, safe and
efficient electronic exchange
of trade
-
related documents

Facilitating Business

MyCoID: Single ID for dealing
with Government agencies

New Commercial Courts

Dedicated courts to resolve
commercial cases

IMPROVEMENTS

28

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

IMPROVEMENTS IN PUBLIC DELIVERY SYSTEM

Registering Property

Transfer of landed properties
by Land Offices is reduced to
1 day from 30 days

Employing Workers

Wholistic review of
Employment Legislations &
publishing of Guidelines on
Retrenchment Management

Paying Taxes

e
-
Payment

Construction Permit

Common technical checklist
template for all local
authorities and
standardisation of procedures

IMPROVEMENTS

29

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

High
technology, capital intensive &

knowledge driven industries
:

Industries manufacturing

intermediate goods:




Machinery & equipment



Components & parts



Moulds and dies


Resourced
-
based industries:



Alternative Energy Sources



Biotechnology



Advanced materials



Advanced electronics



Optics and photonics



Petrochemicals



Pharmaceuticals



Medical devices



ICT



Aerospace



Food (
Halal

Hub )



Value
-
added products from


natural resources


CURRENT FOCUS ON THE MANUFACTURING
SECTOR

30

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y


Regional Establishments




Operational Headquarters (OHQ)



International Procurement Centre (IPC)



Regional Distribution Centre (RDC)



Logistics




Integrated Logistics Services



Cold Chain Facilities



Tourism



Hotel


Tourist project


Recreational camp


Convention centre



TARGETED SERVICES SECTORS

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M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y


Environmental Management


Energy conservation/efficiency


Energy generation, using renewable energy sources


Storage, treatment and disposal of hazardous waste


Recycling of agricultural waste and agricultural by
-

products



Business Services


Shared services outsourcing


Research & Development (R&D)


ICT Services


Market Support Services


Film & Video Production & Post Production




TARGETED SERVICES SECTORS

32

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y


Education



Technical, Vocational & Science Training



Healthcare Travel (Medical Tourism)



Private
hospitals

TARGETED SERVICES SECTORS

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M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

Tourist
Arrivals from GCC Countries

Tourist arrivals from GCC Countries (2005
-
2010): Increased by average
5.0%

per
year

34

M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

TOURISM

83,288

102,797

116,468

109,626

99,190

112,416

0
20,000
40,000
60,000
80,000
100,000
120,000
140,000
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
No. of Tourists

No. of Tourist
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Opportunities for Investment in:


Theme parks


Convention centres


Recreational camps


Expansion/modernisation of tourism projects

Flight frequency:




Route

Airlines

Weekly Frequency

Dubai


Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia Airlines

7

Dubai


Kuala Lumpur

Etihad

Airways

12

Dubai


Kuala Lumpur

Emirates Airlines

20

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M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

TOURISM

Malaysia is a healthcare destination of choice:


Affordable
hospitalisation

costs



Highly
-
trained medical specialists



Comprehensive network of hospitals and clinics

No. of Private Hospitals and Maternity Homes

(
2010)

Hospitals

Maternity Homes

209

19

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M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

HEALTH TOURISM IN MALAYSIA

YEAR

PARTICIPANT

2002
-
2005

24

2006

3

2007

7

2008

8

2009

20

2010

9

TOTAL

71

MM
2
H
:

Long

stay

programme

Benefits
:



Multiple

entry

visa

for

10

years



Entitled

to

purchase

residential

properties

priced

from

a

minimum

of

USD
163
,
000

and

one

car

(tax

free)

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M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

MALAYSIA MY SECOND HOME PROGRAMME (MM2H)

For 2002
-
2010 a total of 71 GCC participated in the MM2H

Malaysia

is

strategically

located

in

the

very

heart

of

Southeast

Asia

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M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

Malaysia


Gateway To Markets

ASEAN


Implemented
AFTA in
2010


A total of
97% of
products
traded between ASEAN at
tariffs of between
0
-
5%


Population
of
590 million


Combined
GDP of

1.1
trillion


ASEAN Economic
Community 2015

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M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

Malaysia and ASEAN

ASEAN

Bilateral

Under
Negotiations

AFTA

Japan

EU

China

Pakistan

Australia

Korea

New Zealand

Turkey

Japan

Chile

TPP

Australia
-
New
Zealand

India

GCC

India

Foreign

companies

based

in

Malaysia

can

enjoy

preferential

market

access

via

Free

Trade

Agreements

concluded

by

Malaysia
:


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M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

STRATEGIC MARKET ACCESS





Foreign

companies

based

in

Malaysia

can

enjoy

preferential

market

access

via

Free

Trade

Agreements

concluded

by

Malaysia
:



ASEAN
-
Free Trade
Agreement (AFTA)

ASEAN
-
China FTA

ASEAN
-
Korea FTA

ASEAN
-
India FTA

ASEAN
-
Australia
-
New
Zealand / Malaysia
-
New
Zealand FTA

ASEAN
-
Japan FTA

Source : Ministry of International Trade & Industry, Malaysia

PREFERENTAL MARKET ACCESS


MIDA as a One Stop Agency :

a)
Approval of projects

b)
After
-

care services



Evaluation of applications for:




Manufacturing
licence



Tax incentives



Import duty exemptions on raw materials,


components and machinery



Expatriate posts/work permits



Regional establishments such as Operational


Headquarters, International Procurement
Centres
, etc


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M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

FACILITATION OF INVESTMENT




Political & Economic Stability



Pro
-
business Government



Liberal Investment Policies



Transparent Policies



Well
Developed
Infrastructure



Sound Banking System



Harmonious Industrial Relations



Trainable & Educated
Labour

Force



Quality of
Life



Clear vision for future

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M A L A Y S I A N I N D U S T R I A L D E V E L O P M E N T A U T H O R I T Y

WHY MALAYSIA ?

MALAYSIA


YOUR STRATEGIC PARTNER IN ASIA
PACIFIC YOU CAN COUNT ON!

CONCLUSION

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