Malaysia says South Korean and Japanese companies will make investments US $ 3.9 billion in coming years

    Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia mentioned on Wednesday (7 April) that it had invested RM16.05 billion (US $ 3.89 billion) from South Korea and Japan and realized export purchases of RM986.2 million within the coming years.

    Malaysia is anticipated to draw extra overseas funding this yr after a serious decline in 2020. In a January report, the United Nations Convention on Commerce and Improvement mentioned that FDI slipped 68 % within the nation final yr, the biggest decline in Southeast Asia.

    Along with the affect of the coronovirus epidemic, the World Financial institution has attributed falling FDI to collaborating coverage and structural points.

    Malaysia’s Worldwide Commerce and Trade Minister Mohammad Azmin Ali on Tuesday wrapped up a week-long commerce mission for the 2 nations as a part of an settlement with South Korea and Japan.

    “The mission, additionally the primary for this yr, was paramount to the rigorous efforts by the ministry … to carry overseas direct funding into Malaysia,” the ministry mentioned in an announcement.

    The South Korean corporations dedicated within the fast time period to speculate RM7.3 billion in Malaysia and purchase Malaysian consignment exports, the ministry mentioned.

    Japanese corporations had agreed to speculate RM8.75 billion and buy RM916.15 million of Malaysian merchandise.

    The ministry mentioned it included an funding of RM1 billion from Nippon Electrical Glass, which produces glass fiber for the automotive, development and power sectors.

    The ministry didn’t give a selected timeframe for the funding to be made.


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