Malaysia Indonesia business investments take flight

Malaysia Indonesia business investments take flightLast year’s visit by Malaysia’s Deputy Prime Minister to Indonesia was in hopes of recruiting corporate investments in Malaysia by Indonesian businesses.  Now, four Indonesian businesses are set to sign memorandums of understandings with Malaysian companies, so his efforts were not in vain.  Malaysia has been experiencing rapid growth, and is hoping to secure a few other international investors as well.

The Indonesian-Malaysian exchange is in effort to support the growing economy of Asia in general, and to support the burgeoning Asian Economic Community set to debut in 2015.  The two countries do a fair amount of trading together, and as the Indonesian economy grows, investors are looking outside of the country to Malaysia as a basin for foreign investments.

 



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Last year’s visit by Malaysia’s Deputy Prime Minister to Indonesia was in hopes of recruiting corporate investments in Malaysia by Indonesian businesses.  Now, four Indonesian businesses are set to sign memorandums of understandings with Malaysian companies, so his efforts were not in vain.  Malaysia has been experiencing rapid growth, and is hoping to secure a few other international investors as well. The Indonesian-Malaysian exchange is in effort to support the growing economy of Asia in general, and to support the burgeoning Asian Economic Community set to debut in 2015.  The two countries do a fair amount of trading together, and...

Malaysia Indonesia business investments take flightLast year’s visit by Malaysia’s Deputy Prime Minister to Indonesia was in hopes of recruiting corporate investments in Malaysia by Indonesian businesses.  Now, four Indonesian businesses are set to sign memorandums of understandings with Malaysian companies, so his efforts were not in vain.  Malaysia has been experiencing rapid growth, and is hoping to secure a few other international investors as well.

The Indonesian-Malaysian exchange is in effort to support the growing economy of Asia in general, and to support the burgeoning Asian Economic Community set to debut in 2015.  The two countries do a fair amount of trading together, and as the Indonesian economy grows, investors are looking outside of the country to Malaysia as a basin for foreign investments.

 



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