MDBC assists members and newcomers to the Malaysian market on issues related to setting up a company or a representative office here. We keep members up to date on the latest developments in the business world and members’ news.
MDBC serves as a link to other bilateral Business Associations, Chambers of Commerce, and various government institutions. We also look into combined efforts for representation at exhibitions and into commercial partnerships with Malaysian and Dutch government authorities on behalf of our members.
Through our regular (monthly) events, members are able to develop good business contacts with the Dutch – Malaysian business community in Malaysia, as well as with other foreign companies, Malaysian counterparts and government bodies.
Dear MDBC Members of the Penang & Northern Region Chapter, Recently, various issues have come up which have caused concern over the ease and cost of doing business in Malaysia: … Read more
Dear MDBC members, MDBC member Skrine will provide a briefing on the newly gazetted Companies Act 2016. The Companies Act 2016 has come into force on 31 January 2017. This … Read more
Dear MDBC Members, In our first MDBC Education 360 workshop in 2017 you will learn how to make the most of MY – NL collaboration and improve performance in your … Read more
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• Domestic financial stability was sustained amid bouts of heightened financial market volatility • Key potential sources of risks to domestic financial stability stemmed from high levels of domestic debt, elevated property prices in some segments of residential property, an oversupply of commercial property, and heightened volatility in financial markets. • Growth in household debt moderated further as households scaled … Read more
The Malaysian economy is expected to grow at a faster pace this year at between 4.3% and 4.8%, said Bank Negara. Last year, the economy grew by 4.2%. The central bank governor Datuk Muhammad Ibrahim (pic) said domestic demand would continue to be the main anchor of growth for this year, as well as higher global economic activities. “Global economic … Read more
The proposed Malaysia-European Union (EU) Free-Trade Agreement (FTA) is expected to boost total trade by 20% to 30% from the current 10%, said EU Ambassador and head of delegation to Malaysia Maria Castillo Fernandez. She said this was based on the EU’s FTA with South Korea for the past five years, which rose 35%. “We (EU) have similar volume in … Read more