Dear MDBC members, VIP Luncheon with the Minister of Energy, Science, Technology Environment and Climate Change: YB Yeo Bee Yin. Malaysia is heavily dependent on coal – fired power plants. Coal is mostly produced outside of the country. Renewable energy must be further developed to mitigate this risk and to… Read more
Dear MDBC members (Calling All the Ladies!), It’s time once again for the Interchamber Ladies Sundowner with our colleagues from the Malaysian German Chamber of Commerce (MGCC). Also joining this networking will be our female colleagues from the EU – Malaysia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (EUMCCI), the Malaysian French… Read more
Spotlight on Members!
MDBC helps you to build a broad and solid base as you set up your business in Malaysia. With over 250 corporate members, inclusive of a wealth of service providers, we can immediately refer you to the right partners for your business needs. Over the next couple of weeks we will be introducing you to some of the service providers that can be found within the community via our online channels. During this first phase, we will be highlighting the member companies that are of the most help during the initial stage of setting up a company. So keep an eye out over the next couple of weeks, maybe you’ll find the right service provider partner for your needs!
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The Netherlands is cultivating the future of food with its world-class agri/food sector Financial Times prominently featured the Netherlands’ expertise in sustainable agriculture. The article examines Holland’s Food Valley and its ability to meet “the flurry of interest in agricultural and food technology” by applying gene editing, artificial intelligence and… Read more
Right incentives and policies can boost the bedrock of country’s economy GROWTH is seen to be slowing. Earlier, Bank Negara lowered Malaysia’s economic growth forecast for 2018 to 5% from its earlier estimate of 5.5% to 6%. Between 2018 and 2020, economists are expecting gross domestic product (GDP) growth to… Read more
The remainder of the Eleventh Malaysia Plan (11MP), which runs from 2016-2020, will see the government cut back on development expenditure, consolidate operating expenditure and prolong the fiscal deficit, which was to have been balanced by 2020. This will occur as the government undertakes comprehensive reforms to strengthen the administrative… Read more