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Malaysia lies just above the equator, right in the heart of South-East Asia. Strategically located between the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea, Malaysia is well serviced by all
Malaysia lies just above the equator, right in the heart of South-East Asia. Strategically located between the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea, Malaysia is well serviced by all primary air and shipping lines. This coupled with the country’s sustainable and solid economic foundation, comprehensive business ready environment, future-forward focus and dynamic skilled workforce have made Malaysia an attractive cost-competitive investment location in the region, and is fast becoming a preferred centre for shared services and leading technology industries.
From a country once dependent on agriculture and primary commodities, Malaysia has today become an export-driven diversified economy spurred on by high technology, knowledge-based and capital-intensive industries. Our mature and integrated ecosystems developed over the decades nurtured a strong local supply chain that supports the long term growth of your business.
Malaysia has a highly-diversified economic and export structure, supportive labour market, low and stable inflation, a strong and well-capitalised financial sector and a healthy current account of the balance of payments.
Malaysia is well-positioned in one of the fastest-growing economic regions in the world. The South-East Asia region has recorded average GDP growth of 5.3% per annum over the last 20 years.
Malaysia has already signed and implemented various free trade agreements (FTA), which include bilateral FTAs with Japan, Pakistan, India, New Zealand, Chile, Australia and Turkey. On the ASEAN level, Malaysia has regional FTAs through the ASEAN Free Trade Agreement (AFTA) with China, Korea, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and India.
09:30h. Opening Remarks
Mr. Ernest Quingles, President, International Commission, Foment del Treball
09:35h. Welcome Remarks
H.E. Ambassador Akmal Che Mustafa, Ambassador of Malaysia to Kingdom of Spain
09:45h. ASEAN in Focus – Spanish Perspective on Malaysia
Mrs. Inés Pérez-Duantez Bayona, Consejera Económica y Comercial , Embajada de España en Kuala Lumpur
10:05h. Opportunities in Malaysia Post Covid-19 – Gateway to ASEAN
Mr. Pravinganesha Rajoo, Director MIDA Paris
10:25h. The Malaysian Perspective
Mr. Jordi Pol, Chairman, Malaysian Spanish Chamber of Commerce & Industry
10:040h. Malaysian Experience – Testimony by Spanish Company in Malaysia
Mr. Francisco Fernandez-Cabrera, Matachana Asia Pacific Sdn Bhd
1055h. Questions & Answers
11:15h. Closing Remarks
H.E. Ambassador Akmal Che Mustafa, Ambassador of Malaysia to the Kingdom of Spain
11:30h. End of the webinar
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