SEMINAR ON INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN MALAYSIA

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SEMINAR ON

I
NVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES

IN
MALAYSIA

Bergen, Norway

10
June 2011

Organised by


In Collaboration with








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MIDA’s Functions in The
Promotion of The
Manufacturing and
Services Sectors in
Malaysia

MALAYSIAN INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

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Presentation



Functions



Malaysian Economy



Investment Trends



Policies & Incentives



Recent Economic Development



Development Corridors



Norway and Malaysia


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Foreign Direct Investment


Domestic Investment


Business
matching through E
-
Connect


Manufacturing Services

Promotion


Manufacturing licenses


Tax incentives


Expatriate posts


Duty exemption


OHQ, RDC, IPC and R&D status

Evaluation

Follow
-
up /

Monitoring

Planning



Planning for industrial development


Recommend policies and strategies on industrial


promotion and development


Formulation of strategies, programmes and
initiatives
for international economic cooperation



Assist companies in the implementation and operation
of their projects


Facilitate exchange & co
-
ordination among institutions
engaged in or connected with industrial development


Advisory Services

FUNCTIONS OF MIDA

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MIDA “ONE STOP CENTRE”


Based In MIDA



Immigration Department



Royal Malaysian Customs



Department of Environment



Tenaga

Nasional

Berhad



Telekom Malaysia
Berhad



Labour

Department



Based outside of MIDA



Department of Occupational


Safety and Health



Ministry of Finance



Ministry of Health



Ministry of Tourism



Ministry of Human Resource



Ministry of Higher Education



Multimedia Development Corp.
(MDeC)



Construction Industry Development


Board of Malaysia (CIDB)

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Services Provided by MIDA

Services
(Initial Stage)


Meeting with MIDA HQ


Meetings with State Authorities


Visit to companies/suppliers


Visit to potential locations




Evaluating & Granting Approval


Manufacturing License


Tax Incentives


Expatriate Posts


Import Duty Exemptions



Project Implementation Stage


Handhold and assist investor until project is implemented

MALAYSIA


The premier Investment Destination

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MALAYSIA


The premier Investment Destination

All services provided by MIDA

Free of charge

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San Jose

Los Angeles

New York

Boston

Stockholm

Frankfurt

Munich

Milan

Paris

London

Dubai

Mumbai

Guangzhou

Taipei

Shanghai

Seoul

Osaka

Tokyo

Sydney

MIDA WORLDWIDE NETWORK

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Overseas
Centres

Chicago

Houston

Singapore

Bangkok

Johannesburg

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ALOR SETAR

KOTA BHARU

IPOH

KOTA KINABALU

KUCHING

JOHOR

BAHRU

KUANTAN

SEREMBAN

MIDA
HEADQUARTERS

MELAKA

PENANG

MIDA’S STATE OFFICES

KUALA TERENGGANU

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MALAYSIAN ECONOMY

MALAYSIAN INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

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MALAYSIA’S KEY ECONOMIC INDICATORS

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

Real GDP (%)

5.8

6.2

4.6

-

1.7

7.2

Inflation (%)

3.6

2.0

5.4

0.6

2.0

Per Capita Income (US$)

5,694

6,700

7,737

6,634

7,416

Unemployment (%)

3.3

3.2

3.3

3.7


3.1

Trade Surplus (US$
bil
)

29.5

29.2

42.6

33.6

33.9

International Reserves (US$
bil
)

90.8

101.3

91.4

96.7

106.5

Retained Imports Equivalent
(months)

7.8

8.4

7.4

9.7

8.7

Source: Central Bank of Malaysia/Department of Statistics Malaysia/MATRADE

* As at
15
th

December
2010


INVESTMENT TRENDS


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TOTAL
APPROVED

MANUFACTURING PROJECTS
(
2008


2010
)

Year

No. of
Projects

No. of
Employment

Proposed Investment

(US$ billion)

Domestic

Foreign

Total

2008

919

101,173

4.8

13.3

18.1

2009

766

64,330

3.0

6.5

9.5

2010

910

97,319

5.9

9.4

15.3

TOTAL

2,595

262,822

13.7

29.2

42.9

Source: MIDA

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Source: MIDA

APPROVED

PROJECTS BY MAJOR
COUNTRIES IN 2010

Country

No of Projects

Investment

(US$ billion)

USA

47

3.81

Japan

61

1.31

Hong Kong

11

0.90

Singapore

81

0.70

Germany

16

0.63

Taiwan

40

0.33

Netherlands

13

0.30

British Virgin Islands

3

0.29

China

20

0.21

Switzerland

5

0.19

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Rank

Country

No. of Projects

Investment

(US$ Billion)

1.

Japan

2,360

18.69

2.

USA

692

15.71

3.

Singapore

2,654

6.82

4.

Germany

339

5.16

5.

Taiwan

1,526

4.74

6.

Netherlands

177

4.02

7.

Korea,Rep
.

296

2.72

8.

United Kingdom

394

1.70

9.

Spain

6

1.22

10.

India

106

1.13

IMPLEMENTED

MANUFACTURING PROJECTS BY
COUNTRY, as at
31
DEC
2010
(Top
10
)

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APPROVED

MANUFACTURING PROJECTS BY MAJOR
INDUSTRIES IN 2010

Source: MIDA

Industry

Number of
Projects

Foreign
Investment
(US$ billion)

Electronics & Electrical Products

83

3.84

Basic Metal Products

20

1.17

Non
-
Metallic Mineral Products

16

0.73

Scientific & Measuring Equipment

25

0.71

Chemical & Chemical Products

38

0.56

Fabricated Metal Products

26

0.49

Food Manufacturing

29

0.39

Petroleum Products (Inc. Petrochemicals)

8

0.35

Machinery & Equipment

44

0.33

Transport Equipment

32

0.24

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IMPLEMENTED

MANUFACTURING PROJECTS BY MAJOR
INDUSTRIES, as at 31 DEC 2010

Industry

No. of
Projects

Employment

Investment

(US$
billion
)

Electronics & Electrical Products

3,485

684,447

132.63

Petroleum Products (Inc.
Petrochemicals)

194

10,439

39.85

Basic Metal Products

689

54,025

14.44

Chemical & Chemical Products

1,059

44,276

12.77

Non
-
Metallic Mineral Products

759

54,558

9.69

Transport Equipment

1,015

101,630

8.31

Natural Gas

5

2,275

6.71

Food Manufacturing

1,183

78,370

5.84

Fabricated Metal Products

1,426

98,626

5.29

Machinery & Equipment

1,244

81,364

4.70

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Type of Establishment

No. of
Approvals

Investment

(US$ million)

Operational Headquarters (OHQ)

22

64.1

International Procurement Centre (IPC)

5

21.1

Regional Distribution Centres (RDC)

5

13.8

Regional Offices (RO)

55

10.5

Representatives Offices (RE)

96

12.0

TOTAL

183

121.5

APPROVED REGIONAL
ESTABLISHMENT IN
2010

Source: MIDA

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PROJECTS APPROVED WITH PARTICIPATION

FROM NORWAY AS AT 31. December 2010

www.mida.gov.my

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No of projects :
41




Total investment : RM

215.1 million


NOK 392.7 million

The Norway
-

Malaysia Business Council and Invest Norway Office

in Kuala Lumpur facilities investments between both countries.


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MALAYSIA


The Premier Investment Destination




DIGI Telecommunication




Jotun




Ericksson




Nokia




Maersk



Fuji Electric

Some Foreign Companies Operating in Malaysia



Samsung




Dutch Lady




Agilent Technologies




Daimler Chrystler




Dell




B.Braun

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Some Norwegian companies in Malaysia




Jotun




DiGi Telecomunications




Norsk Hydro




Norse Paper




Wilhelmsen Ship Management


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Norwegian Success Story

Jotun, headquartered in Sandefjord, opened a new plant in Malaysia, March
2011

Global maker of paints, coatings and powder coatings


-

RM
160
million plants
in Nilai, Negri Sembilan,
March
2011

-

Jotun Malaysia
established
in
1985

-

Largest

of its kind in the
Asia
-
Passific region

-

Registered
sales revenue
of
RM
342
in
2010

-

With the expansion Jotun Malaysia expects
turnover to increase by
10
%

-

Plans to
invest another RM
100
million
over the next
10
years


Jotun AS Chaiman Odd Gleditsch:

”We are committed to continue invest in Malaysia

to ensure that the company has a strong base for

growth, and is situated here to be near to its

costemers and tap the marked opportunities in

the region.”


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INVESTMENT POLICIES




Policy
on Equity Ownership


Policy on Employment of Expatriates



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Equity Guidelines



100% foreign equity ownership is allowed,


irrespective of the level of exports



Guidelines on Repatriation of Profits



No restriction imposed to foreign companies


investing in Malaysia on:


-

Repatriation of capital



-

Interest



-

Profits



-

Dividends

INVESTMENT POLICIES

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INVESTMENT POLICIES


Will be issued if the paid
-
up capital is RM2.5
million (US$0.7 million) and above or full time
workers are 75 and above


Manufacturing License

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INVESTMENT POLICIES

Employment of Expatriates


Foreign companies are allowed to bring in expatriate
personnel to hold


-

key posts



(
posts that are
permanently
filled by foreigners)



-


term posts



(
posts that are filled by
foreigners
for a period of 1
-
5 years)


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INVESTMENT POLICIES


Project Implementation Coordination Unit (PICU) in
MIDA HQ will monitor and render assistance to
expedite the implementation of approved
manufacturing and services projects.




MIDA State Directors are appointed to ‘hand
-
hold’
and assist investors in obtaining all necessary
approvals until projects are operational.



Implementation of Projects

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INCENTIVES FOR THE
MANUFACTURING
SECTOR

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2
9

Manufacturing Sector


Pioneer Status (PS) with income tax exemption
up to
100
% for
5
to
10
years; or



Investment Tax Allowance (ITA) up to
100
% for
5
years. Allowance can be offset against
100
% of
statutory income.



Reinvestment Allowance of
60
% for a period of
15
years (For reinvestment).




Malaysian Industrial Development Authority

MALAYSIA


The Premier Investment Destination

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Exemption from Import Duty on


Raw Materials / Components




Exemption from Import Duty and


Sales Tax on
Machinery and



Equipment

IMPORT DUTY AND SALES TAX EXEMPTIONS

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3
1

Facilities


Free
Zone (FZ) / License Manufacturing
Warehouse (LMW)


Free Commercial / Industrial
Zone


Industrial Estate throughout the country



Malaysian Industrial Development Authority

MALAYSIA


The Premier Investment Destination

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High technology, capital intensive &

knowledge driven industries:


Industries manufacturing

intermediate goods:




Machinery & equipment



Components & parts



Moulds and dies


Resourced
-
based industries:

CURRENT FOCUS ON THE MANUFACTURING
SECTOR



Alternative Energy Sources



Biotechnology



Advanced materials



Advanced electronics



Optics and photonics



Petrochemicals



Pharmaceuticals



Medical devices



ICT



Aerospace



Aquaculture



Value
-
added products from


natural resources


INCENTIVES FOR THE
SERVICES SECTOR

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3
4

Services Sector

(OHQ, IPC & RDC)


Full income tax exemption
for 10 years

Malaysian Industrial Development Authority

MALAYSIA


The Premier Investment Destination

RECENT ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENTS

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Source: National Economic Advisory Council


Three guiding

principles

to propel Malaysia forward
to become a developed status nation in 10 years:



high income

-

per capita income rise from the present
US$7,000 to US$15,000;



sustainability



in economic activities and impact of
economic development on the environment and natural
resources; and



inclusiveness



no one is left out in contributing to and
sharing in the creation of wealth.


NEW ECONOMIC MODELS (NEM)

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Some of the initiatives:
-



Re
-
energising

the private sector to lead growth


Developing quality workface


Putting in place transparent and market friendly
alternative action


Building knowledge based infrastructure


Enhancing the source of growth


Ensuring sustainability of growth






Malaysian Industrial Development Authority



Malaysia Embarks on New Economic Model

MALAYSIA


The Premier Investment Destination

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ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION PROGRAMME
(ETP)


131

Entry

Points

Projects

(EPPs)

worth

US
$

138

billion




60

business

opportunities

worth

US
$

112

billion



92

percent

of

the

investment

will

come

from

private

sector



Creating

additional

3
.
3

million

jobs

by

2020



Source: Performance Management and Delivery Unit (PEMANDU)

USD (billion)

GROWTH CORRIDORS

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IRDA : ISKANDAR
MALAYSIA



Tourism Related Services



Healthcare



Education Services



Logistics



Creative Industries



Financial Advisory


NCER : NORTHERN CORRIDOR ECONOMIC
REGION



Agriculture



Tourism & Healthcare



Manufacturing



Education

SCORE: SARAWAK CORRIDOR OF RENEWABLE
ENERGY



Agriculture



Tourism



Manufacturing



Oil based sectors


ECER : EAST COAST ECONOMIC
REGION



Agriculture



Tourism



Manufacturing



Education



Oil, Gas & Petrochemical


SDC : SABAH DEVELOPMENT
CORRIDOR



Agriculture



Tourism



Manufacturing



Logistics


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REGIONAL
ECONOMIC CORRIDORS IN
MALAYSIA

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Tourism related
services


Education services


Healthcare


Logistics


Creative industries


Financial advisory
and consulting
services





Focus on the services
sector as the key
economic driver.
Promoted activities are :





ISKANDAR MALAYSIA


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Area of Coverage : 17,816 sq km




The key Investment Opportunities


sectors are :
-




Agriculture,



Manufacturing



Tourism & Healthcare



Education & Human capital



Social Development

NORTHERN CORRIDOR ECONOMIC
REGION (NCER)

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The key Investment Opportunities


sectors are :
-




Tourism



Oil, Gas & Petrochemical



Manufacturing



Agriculture



Education


EAST COAST ECONOMIC REGION (NCER)

Area of Coverage : 66,736 sq km

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The key Investment


Opportunities are :
-




Tourism



Logistics



Agriculture



Manufacturing



Area of Coverage : 73,997 sq km

SABAH DEVELOPMENT CORRIDOR (SDC)

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SARAWAK CORRIDOR OF RENEWABLE ENERGY
(SCORE)


The

core

of

the

corridor

is

the

energy

resources,

particularly

hydropower

(
28
,
000

MW),

coal

(
1
.
46

billion

tonnes),

and

natural

gas

(
40
.
9

trillion

square

cubic

feet)

found

abundantly

within

the

Central

Region
.

Area of Coverage : 70,709 sq km

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Publications

www.mida.gov.my

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Norwegian companies in Malaysia

-

Economic strength
-

multi
-
ethnic nation;


-

Enterprise spirit, driving the country


-

5000 companies from over 60 nations have set up base in Malaysia;


-

Countinue to liberalise key services;


-

Foreign direct investments US$ 10 bilion 2010


increased by 32%;


-

Malaysia marked barometer, performance the highest level since 1998;


-

ASEAN 600 millon people, economic growth 6%; FTAs;


-

Malaysia’s bilateral FTA eg. India, Japan and EU (2012);
and


-

The determination to push for changes and drive the transformation.




Why INVEST in Malaysia ?

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Political
&
Economic Stability



Pro
-
business and Liberal Investment Policies



Well Developed Infrastructure



Trainable, Educated and Cost Productive Workforce



Intellectual Property Protection



English Language Widely Spoken



Amenities
-

Banking, Education and Housing



Harmonious Industrial Relations Climate



Good Track Record as a Profitable Base



An Excellent Quality of Life

Malaysia’s 10 Important Pull Factors

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Attention!

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