malaysia

State-owned multinational oil and gas company Petronas, responsible for the entire oil and gas resources of Malaysia which operates in 35 countries, is the largest corporate entity in Malaysia. Other prominent companies include Shell Malaysia, Nestlé Malaysia, Intel Malaysia, Samsung, AirAsia, IBM and Huawei Technologies...

While Malaysia’s official state religion is Islam, the country’s constitution provides its people with the freedom to profess and practise their own respective faiths. Islam is the most practised religion in Malaysia, with over 60% of the population belonging to this religious community; yet Buddhism...

Malaysia’s internet penetration rate of 81.2% is far higher than the rates prevailing in most other South East Asian developing nations. This puts Malaysia in a strong position to launch innovation-backed growth to capitalise on the country’s 25.6 million internet users. Malaysia, though a developing...

Malaysia is seen to be doing a good job in the face of the pandemic so far. However reviving demand remains the main concern of the government with cash handouts, tax incentives and help for small businesses the need of the hour. Amid the pandemic, the...

According to the World Bank’s Doing Business 2020 rankings (January 2020), Malaysia has seen steady improvement in its business climate for domestic small and medium-sized enterprises, moving up three places to a global rank of 12th out of 190 economies in the latest rankings. Consistent...

Malaysia is among the most developed economies in South East Asia and infrastructure is the hallmark of its development. The country boasts a quality of infrastructure ahead of most ASEAN economies which affords a distinct advantage to investors and companies, offering an excellent springboard for...

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