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Despite the government's long-term efforts to improve the economic status of native Malays, the population of Chinese origin continues to maintain its customary dominance.

FAIL

Country Weak Points
Malaysia's weak points are red tape and a shortage of qualified worker.

FAIL despite many uni. grads

Source: http://www.globaltrade.net/international-trade-import-exports/m/c/Malaysia.html

p.s: ini adalah sharing info,not personal opinion...how the world view Malaysia...
 
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malaysia fail sbb siapa fail? lol
 

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thread ni nak cerita pasal malaysia gagal ape?
 

UMOFX.Singapore

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thread ni nak cerita pasal malaysia gagal ape?

bukan... tadi baca ni

http://www.globaltrade.net/international-trade-import-exports/m/c/Malaysia.html

Malaysia mini portal

Main Industry Sectors

Agriculture employs around 15% of Malaysians and contributes 10% of the GDP. Malaysia is ranked amongst the world's main producers of palm oil, cocoa, and rubber. The country is also one of the main exporters of tropical wood. Malaysia has successfully developed an economy based on raw materials (the export of rubber and tin, it also has significant reserves of oil and gas, copper and bauxite).Industry contributes around 40% of the GDP. Malaysia is one of the world's largest exporters of semi-conductor devices, electrical goods and appliances, and also the government has ambitious plans to make Malaysia a leading producer and developer of high-tech products, including software. Malaysia is a major outsourcing destination for components manufacturing, behind China and India. The country has attracted significant foreign investments which have played a major role in the transformation of Malaysia's economy. The tertiary sector accounts for nearly half of the GDP, in particular the tourism sector. Malaysia has become one of South-East Asia's major tourist destinations.



Economic Overview

Malaysia's two main economic growth factors are domestic demand and dynamic exports. Malaysia has one of the highest living standards in South-East Asia and the lowest unemployment rate. Despite the government's long-term efforts to improve the economic status of native Malays, the population of Chinese origin continues to maintain its customary dominance. <<< Melayu FAIL


The GDP growth rate remained high until mid-2008 before suffering the effects of the global crisis and shrinking heavily in 2009.



FDI in Figures

Total world FDI flow to Malaysia increased substantially in the 1990s. A large part of the capital was invested in high technology and telecommunications. As a result, Malaysia's FDI flow dropped considerably in terms of US dollars, and afterwards greatly recovered in 2004. It was fairly widely spread out between the services, manufacturing and oil industries. It seems that the profits re-invested by the existing multinationals make up the main FDI in-flow. According to the authorities, Malaysia could become a foothold access to the ASEAN market and to do this, it offers foreign companies various incentives, namely the pioneer company status and tax reductions linked to investment. In 2008, FDI flow slowed down and continued to do so in 2009 because of the crisis.



The government has tried to promote FDI in the manufacturing industries aimed at export and in capital and technology-intensive industries. At the same time, it has tried to restrict investment in branches of production considered to be essential for national development such as the automobile industry, as well as in branches of production with low added value and a high intensity of manpower. The government maintains considerable discretionary powers with regard to authorizations for investment projects, which were used to put a ceiling on foreign involvement and to demand preferential agreements in technology transfers and joint-ventures.



FDI Government Measures

The Malaysian government encourages FDI by a number of incentive measures particularly towards industries exporting "high-tech" products and back office operations services. In 2003, the government launched a program to boost the economy, which extended the total number of years of tax exemption from 10 to 15 for "pioneer" companies and from 5 to 10 years for priority companies. Firms which benefit from the "Multimedia Super Corridor" (MSC) program have easy taxes and regulations terms.



In order to face the crisis, the government adopted different measures: supporting company balance-sheets, maintaining the redistribution of the oil annuities (subsidies for basic products and the education and hospital systems, and major construction policies), strengthening of the financial system and economic liberalization. At the same time, in order to favor the transfer of technology and facilitate the influx, into the country, of qualified staff, Malaysia is looking to liberalize the expatriate employment regime in the manufacturing sector.



Country Strong Points

The main factors that make FDI attractive are:

- A liberal and transparent investment policy;

- Competitive costs;

- Rationalization of public services;

- Attractive investment incentives;

- Developed infrastructures;

- A strategic location linked to the proximity of the main Asian markets;

- Significant resources;

- Growing spending power.



Country Weak Points

Malaysia's weak points are red tape and a shortage of qualified worker.
<<< Education System FAIL


Foreign Trade Overview

Malaysia is well known for its openness to international trade. Foreign trade accounts for more than double of the country’s GDP. The main three trade partners are the United States, Singapore and Japan, followed by China and the European Union. The country mainly exports electric and electronic equipment, machinery, mineral fuels and hydrocarbons, animal and vegetable oils and fats, wood and charcoal. The country mainly imports electric and electronic equipment, machinery, fuels and oils, plastic products, iron and steel. In 2007 and in 2008 the country registered a surplus in its trade exchanges. The current crisis has not affected the earnings of the trade balance despite the fact that it has caused heavy reduction in external trade, with imports having reduced more that exports.
 

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singapore tak pernah gagal ke?:eek::)paid:p
 

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ok la i plak pndg dri sudut positif...mungkin TT nk menyatakan pandangan luar ttg malaysia....so go on TT?..kita bincang dri sudut ilmiah...
 

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fail blum lg. cme sipi2 2 ada la, need improvement. caiyo2
 
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