Tag: foreign investment
Entrepreneur Development Minister says investors want to come to Malaysia to be close to rare earths plant but want certainty that it will be around.
President Joko Widodo is trying to attract more business from abroad to partly ensure more resilient financing for the current account deficit.
Harijanto says employing extra people to handle his business was tough as Indonesia has one of the most generous payouts for fired workers.
The measures were unveiled after a high-level meeting on Friday chaired by Vice Premier Liu He.
China authorities announces that it will lift restrictions on foreign investment after complaints of unfair treatment towards its investors.
Thailand joins countries like Malaysia and Vietnam that are reporting soaring investment as global supply chains shift.
Foreign investors are looking away as uncertainties over the economy loom further.
FInance minister's aide defends ministry interpretation of 'foreign direct investment'
Former prime minister ridicules finance minister's claim of having achieved the highest realised FDI in Malaysia’s history.
Carmelo Ferlito says the government needs to show investors that it is about more than being against corruption and former prime minister Najib Razak.
CEO Abdul Rahman Ahmad says this is just a transition period and that the nation's fundamentals remain strong.
Construction would begin this weekend on the refinery and storage facility jointly financed by Oman's Ministry of Oil and Gas and a Singapore-registered company.
The finance minister says the bonds now have a subscription of 324.7 billion against the 200 billion yen offered.
Investors are waiting for government initiatives to clamp down on corruption and boost purchasing power.
A highly-anticipated bill eliminates the requirement for foreign firms to transfer proprietary technology to Chinese joint-venture partners.
State-Owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission chairman says private and foreign firms should actively participate in reform and development of central enterprises.
Last year, FDI was RM14 billion, but for the first nine months of this year, it was RM49 billion, almost a four-fold increase, he says.
About a third of more than 430 American companies in China are considering moving production out of China, according to a survey in August and September.
Economists say it is good to diversify the sale of government assets to companies from different countries to avoid concentration in the hands of one foreign country.
China studies expert says the government has done a good job so far in handling the exposes involving Chinese state-owned enterprises, and that it should should interact with Beijing when reviewing past project deals.
PM's senior advisor says the previous RM55 billion figure was for the first phase, the second phase costs RM11 billion more.
Minister says it is unfair to single out a single country for criticism over FDI in order to gain political mileage.
Barjoyai Bardai says Malaysia's strategic location makes it attractive for China to establish a presence.
DAP leader accuses Penang BN of trying to divert attention away from the BN manifesto's lack of plans for a Penang LRT.