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MITI Realistic Investment Target and SC’s Optimism

The Morning Run Crew

15-Mar-19 07:15

MITI Realistic Investment Target and SC’s Optimism

MITI sets a ‘realistic’ target of RM200 billion of approved investments in 2019 vs 2018’s RM201.7 billion. The 2018 investments are expected to create over 129,799 job opportunities. China was the largest investor, followed by Indonesia, Netherlands, Japan and the US.

The Securities Commission said the Malaysian capital market remained resilient, despite the challenging and volatile global markets. Malaysian capital market totalled at RM3.1 trillion last year, thus retaining levels above the RM3 trillion mark according to its 2018 Annual Report.


Presented by: Lyn Mak, Sharidz Abdullah and Khoo Hsu Chuang


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