US to invest more in Malaysia in 2011

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Next week’s roundtable meetings with the Prime Minister of Malaysia and several big-name US companies is expected to lead to the announcement of a RM5 billion investment in Malaysia.  The deal is said to be between several corporations willing to invest in the Malaysian economy due to its steady growth and health. Director-general Jalilah Baba of the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) confirms “some big names of US companies are expected to seal the agreements to invest in Malaysia,” and that official announcements can be expected by August of this year.  The United States already invested RM11.7 billion in Malaysia in 2010, and their contribution is expected to increase by at least 10%.

 

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Next week’s roundtable meetings with the Prime Minister of Malaysia and several big-name US companies is expected to lead to the announcement of a RM5 billion investment in Malaysia.  The deal is said to be between several corporations willing to invest in the Malaysian economy due to its steady growth and health. Director-general Jalilah Baba of the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) confirms “some big names of US companies are expected to seal the agreements to invest in Malaysia,” and that official announcements can be expected by August of this year.  The United States already invested RM11.7 billion in Malaysia in 2010, and their contribution is expected to increase by at least 10%.

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Next week’s roundtable meetings with the Prime Minister of Malaysia and several big-name US companies is expected to lead to the announcement of a RM5 billion investment in Malaysia.  The deal is said to be between several corporations willing to invest in the Malaysian economy due to its steady growth and health. Director-general Jalilah Baba of the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) confirms “some big names of US companies are expected to seal the agreements to invest in Malaysia,” and that official announcements can be expected by August of this year.  The United States already invested RM11.7 billion in Malaysia in 2010, and their contribution is expected to increase by at least 10%.

 

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