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Facts Speak: Unknown Truths About Malaysia

Malaysia has both the prosperity of a modern metropolis and the beauty of a pristine tropical jungle. It has various sunny romantic islands and is also known as a melting pot of cultures. The most fascinating part is the strong contrast in Malaysia:

Skyscrapers overlooking the tall wooden house

Five-star hotel is only a few meters

 away from the ancient reef

The highlands are a good place for summer vacation

It stretches down

Warm sandy beaches and lush,

mangrove forests are situated at the end

[Petronas Twin Towers]

Malaysia has always been known as a popular holiday destination, but few know that it is key to the development of China’s “Belt & Road Initiative”. It straddles the world’s busiest shipping routes, and due to its strategic location, Islamic financing capital, oil reserves and business-friendly policies, it beats Singapore to rank highest on U.S.’s “Best Country to Invest” and became the top in World’s Best Investment Country Malaysia is showing rapid changes with its rapid development, attracting talents and international capital investments from all over the world.

According to Bloomberg’s latest ranking of 20 developing countries, Asian economies outperform other countries in terms of gross domestic product (GDP) forecasts, stocks and bond valuations.

Malaysia topped the list in the past six months thanks to an expanding labor market, booming business environment and the constantly advancing and deepening process of ASEAN economic integration.

[Kuala Lumpur City View]

U.S. News & World Report, Y&R’s Brand Strategy, BAV Consulting and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania recently published a research indicating that Malaysia beats Singapore to the top spot with its outstanding, pro-business environment and steady economic growth, honored as the Best Investment Country.

With the in-depth integration between China’s “Belt and Road Initiative” and Malaysia’s economic transformation plan, China’s direct investment in Malaysia has surged. Malaysia has become one of the first choices for Chinese overseas investment. Moreover, Malaysia government launched the “Greater Kuala Lumpur” plan to vigorously attract foreign investment and infrastructure development, and coupled with its own tourism advantages, the return on investments is self-evident.

According to the World Bank’s “2019 Business Environment Report”, based on each economy’s business regulations and ease of doing business, Malaysia ranks 15th among the world’s top 20 economies.

Malaysia has a stable political environment, a sound financial market, outstanding regional advantages, a solid trade base and more developed technology and intellectual property protection system support,which provides a rare opportunity for companies from all over the world to invest in Malaysia.

[Johor Bahru City View]

According to the International Institute for Management Development (IMD)’s 2019 World Competitiveness Report, Malaysia ranks 22nd in the world for the second consecutive year, and ranked second in ASEAN, after Singapore.

The IMD scores include “economic performance”, “government efficiency”, “enterprise efficiency” and “infrastructure”. Compared with the previous year, Malaysia has made improvements in rankings and scores on institutional indicators such as bribery and corruption, transparency, bureaucracy, justice, social cohesion and public property.

Malaysia ranked 23rd out of 138 economies, improve significantly from 2016, in the “2017-2018 Global Competitiveness Report” released by the World Economic Forum (WEF).

Malaysia’s Minister of International Trade and Industry, Mustapa bin Mohamed, said that the government will continue to adopt an open economic policy to improve the soft and hard facilities of Malaysia and to enhance Malaysia’s competitiveness.

According to IMD’s World Talent Report 2018, Malaysia ranks 3rd in Asia, second only to Singapore and Hong Kong, and ahead of Japan, South Korea and Taiwan.

Globally, the overall ranking of Malaysia has rose to 22, and this is mainly due to a number of strengths in the “Attracting and Retaining Talents” indicator, including the priority of recruiting and retaining talents in enterprises, cost of living, the rankings of talent outflow and attractiveness to foreign technical talents, all of which have improved.

The 2019 Passport Index shows that Malaysia ranks 9th in the world and enjoys visa-free status in 161 countries.

The index shows the degree of international travel freedom enjoyed by citizens of all countries. The Malaysian passport ranks 9th in the world, showing it remains one of the most powerful in Asia, enabling Malaysians to travel to more countries visa-free.

Malaysia is located in the globally recognized habitable zone, with temperatures ranging from 21 to 32 degrees Celsius, with blue skies and white clouds and no risk of natural disasters. Malaysia ranked 1st in Asia and 5th in the world for two consecutive years in the 2018-2019 “World’s Best Country to Retire” by International Living magazine.

The rankings are based on 17 criteria, including real estate prices, buying and investing, renting and cost of living, benefits and discounts, healthcare and retirement infrastructure. Malaysia was ranked 5th in the world for its high rental returns, low cost of living and affordable medical care.

Malaysia has a complete medical service system and is one of the few countries in the world where the government vigorously promotes medical tourism. It was awarded the “Best Medical Tourism Destination of The Year” by International Medical Travel Journal magazine (IMTJ) for three consecutive years from 2015 to 2017.

Malaysia has obvious geographical advantages, high government efficiency, and is very willing to attract talents to develop its economy. Its climate is also pleasant, the cost of old-age care is low, and its people are generally happy. Malaysia is not only the first choice for high-quality tourism and vacations, but is also a great place to work and live in.

[Forest City View]

Excellent investment and development prospects

Choose Malaysia for sustainable medical care

We look forward to your arrival in Malaysia

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