Malaysia operates an internationally lauded healthcare system, fueled by investments in world-class facilities and quality human resources.
All companies incorporated in Malaysia must have their accounts audited by a Ministry of Finance approved auditor as mandated by the Companies Act of 2016.
As a middle-income country in ASEAN, Malaysia is an attractive location for expatriate workers, as such understanding the employment permit regime is key.
Malaysia and Singapore will begin reopening the borders between the two countries from August 17, 2020, under the Reciprocal Green Lane, and the Periodic Commuting Arrangement travel schemes.
Malaysia issued its latest stimulus package on June 9, 2020, valued at 35 billion ringgit (US$8.1 billion).
We profile Malaysia’s trade and business climate and assess its viability as a China+1 investment location for foreign enterprises based in China.
The Malaysian government issued 10 billion ringgit (US$2.3 billion) worth of funding to assist SMEs. Read on to learn more.
The Malaysian government has issued its second stimulus package to combat the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on to learn more
In February 2020, the Malaysian government issued an emergency stimulus package worth US$4.8 billion to counter the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Malaysia’s National Automotive Policy 2020 aims to propel the country to become a regional leader in automotive manufacturing. Read on to learn more.