KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is open for foreign investments and business as its main priority now is the national recovery, Tan Seri Muhyiddin Yassin said at a meeting with the foreign business council today.
“This was my first meeting as Chairman of the National Rehabilitation Council (MPN) with the foreign business council.
“In this over 2 hours meeting, many things we have discussed including the current economic situation, investment climate in Malaysia and economic prospects in the transition from pandemic phase to endemic,” he said in a post on his Facebook.
Muhyiddin added this meeting was so important for the Malaysian Government especially the MPN to listen to opinions and exchange ideas about the process of the country’s restoration. The presence of these international industry players clearly proves that the international investor community is interested in learning about the development of the country’s recovery process and showing their confidence in the bright future of Malaysia’s economic prospects forward.
Present at the meeting were BMCC Chairman En Abrar A. Anwar who is also the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Standard Chartered Malaysia, Prof. Dr Mushtak Al Atabi, Deputy Chairman of BMCC trapping Provos and Chief Executive Officer of Heriot-Watt Malaysia University and Mrs Jenifer Lopez, Chief Executive Officer of BMCC. The meeting was also attended by BMCC members who consisted of representatives of well-known multinational companies from the United Kingdom operating in Malaysia such as HSBC, Dyson and AstraZeneca.
MPN meetings are always strategizing to ensure national recovery is driven by growth (a growth led recovery) and ensure foreign investments can continue to grow and generate employment opportunities and increase income for the citizens Malaysia.
“I strongly believe 2022 is the year that we will bounce back and emerge stronger than before the pandemic. More importantly, my message to the investment community is clear- Malaysia is open for business and our priority is the national recovery.
“I am very proud that many who attended today’s dialogue session have recognized and recorded appreciation to the Government of Malaysia for the success of the COVID-19 Immunization Program (PICK) and also the COVID-19 Industrial Immunization Program Swa Public Cooperation COVID-19 sta (PARTYR). The dialogue session also recognized the PPN that helped simplify industrial players to plan their business activities more regularly,” Muhyiddin added.
Muhyiddin, who is the National Recovery Council chairman, also vows he will continue to strive to meet more industry players and investors in the “whole of nation” approach to drive the nation’s recovery efforts.
“May all our efforts be blessed by Allah swt, and everything that we do will be able to benefit the whole #KeluargaMalaysia. We can do this together! God willing,” he said- -Malaysia World News.