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Member Benefits


BUSINESS SERVICES
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.


REPRESENTATION
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.


NETWORKING
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.  


INFORMATION
MDBC provides you with the information you need to familiarize yourself with the local markets in:

ASEAN
European Union
Malaysia
The Netherlands

Upcoming Events

MDBC: Interchamber with MABC

Dear MDBC Members, Join us for our annual InterChamber with our colleagues from the Malaysian Australian Business Council (MABC) and the Malaysian Canadian Business Council (MCBC). Talk on: The Current Integrity Landscape of the Malaysian Business Environment. Building Business Integrity – The Impact of Corporate Liability, Politics, and the Overall… Read more

Latest News

Miti expects 10%-30% rise in export revenue from mid-tier firms

The Ministry of International Trade and Industry (Miti) is targeting a 10%-30% increase in total export revenue from Malaysian mid-tier companies (MTCs) this year, given their current positive performances. Deputy Minister Datuk Chua Tee Yong said last year, the export revenue for the total of 152 MTCs were RM6.82bil, up… Read more

Malaysia’s economy seen on uptrend for next three to five years

Malaysia’s economy is expected to be on an uptrend for the next three to five years, supported by strong local and foreign investments, increase in exports as well as consistent government support for the companies. This, according to a report, will help the country’s gross domestic product to touch US$1.3… Read more

TRX north side take-up rate hits 80%

The Tun Razak Exchange (TRX), an iconic 28.3-hectare (ha) development in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, has seen 80% of the land on its north side being commercialised, or under negotiations. TRX City Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Datuk Azmar Talib said the group was now in an advanced stage… Read more