Malaysia Country Conditions

January 2007
Political Risk Yearbook: Malaysia Country Report;2007, p1
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The article looks at the investment climate in Malaysia as of December 2006. The government encourages foreign direct investment but retains considerable discretionary authority in approving individual investment projects. The article explains the government policy on conversion and transfer of currency and the fiscal incentives for foreign and domestic investors. The legal status of foreign and domestic investors are explained. Information on the nation's infrastructure projects is presented.


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