Infrastructure development under the 12th Malaysia Plan

Infrastructure development has always had strong correlation with a country's economic advancement. With the recently announced 12th iteration of the Malaysia Plan (2021-2025), the Malaysian government has allocated RM400 billion for existing and new developments. The plan details key focuses on its intended economic priorities which includes significant and strategic infrastructure developments that can carry growth potential for foreign investors in these unique and unprecedented times. Read more

Investing in Southeast Asia: Vietnam

In recent years Vietnam has generated intense investor interest, attracting a ten-year high in 2019 of US$38 billion foreign direct investment, representing a year on year increase of 7.2%. The Vietnamese Government is targeting 5% growth for 2020, calling foreign investment a crucial factor. Read more

Investing in Southeast Asia: Malaysia

While Malaysia’s economic growth is anticipated to remain moderately slow for the remainder of 2020, the mix of tax incentives provided by the Malaysian government, modest valuations of targets, low cost of funds and the lower Ringgit will provide value for companies looking to make investments into the Malaysian market. Read more