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INVESTMENTINTHEMANUFACTURINGSECTOR
Policies, Incentives and Facilities
MALAYSIA
 
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FACTS ON MALAYSIA
TOTAL AREA330,000 square kilometres(127,000 square miles)POLITICAL STRUCTUREA federation of 13 statesSYSTEM OF GOVERNMENTParliamentary democracy with aconstitutional monarchFEDERAL CAPITALKuala LumpurADMINISTRATIVE CENTREPutrajayaPOPULATION27.73 millionMAJOR ETHNIC GROUPSMalays, Chinese, Indians,Kadazans, IbansMAJOR LANGUAGESMalay (official language), English,Mandarin, TamilMAJOR RELIGIONSIslam, Buddhism, Christianity,HinduismTIMEGMT + 8 hoursUS Eastern Standard Time + 13hoursCLIMATETropical - warm and sunnythroughout the year.Daily temperatures range from33oC (90oF) in the afternoon to22oC (70oF) during the night.CURRENCYRinggit Malaysia (RM) which isdivided into 100 senEXCHANGE RATEThe Ringgit was pegged at US$1to RM3.80 on 2 September 1998by Malaysia’s central bank, BankNegara Malaysia.However, on 21 July 2005 theRinggit was unpegged from theUS$ and switched to a managedfloat system against a basket of key foreign currencies January 2009
For latest updates, please visitMIDA’s websitehttp://www.mida.gov.my
Disclaimer
No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system in anyform by any means, including electronic, photocopying, recording orotherwise, without the prior written permission of the Malaysian IndustrialDevelopment Authority (MIDA).MIDA has made every effort to ensure that all information is up-to-date andcorrect at the time of printing. We cannot take any responsibility for anyincorrect information or omission, published in this guidebook.© MIDA - All right reserved
 
MALAYSIA
ParisCairoYangonNew DelhiKarachiSydneyAucklandFrankfurtIstanbulRomeMilanStockholmLondonB.S.BegawanManilaKualaLumpur JakartaBeijingTokyoOsakaSeoulHongkongTaipeiGuangzhouMumbaiDubaiVientianeCape TownZurichBangkokCologneAmsterdamViennaSingaporeH.C. Minh CityPhnomPenhShanghai
Kuala Lumpur
PERLISKEDAHPENANGPERAKSELANGORMALACCA JOHOREKELANTANPAHANGTERENGGANUSABAHSARAWAKNEGERISEMBILAN
Location of MIDAs offices
THE LOCATION
Malaysia lies just above the equator, right in the heart of South-East Asia. Peninsular Malaysia, with 11 states, is at the southernmost tip of theAsian Continent, while the states of Sabah and Sarawak are located on the northern and western coasts of the island of Borneo.
 
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