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TRADE AND INVESTMENT MISSION TO JAPAN (KYOTO AND NAGOYA), 23-24 APRIL 2012 AND ASEAN ROAD SHOW TO JAPAN 25-28 APRIL 2012, SENDAI AND TOKYO, JAPAN
June 22, 2015 , by admin2
The Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry, Y.B. Dato’ Mukhriz Mahathir is leading a Trade and Investment Mission to Kyoto and Nagoya, Japan from 23-25 April 2012. The Deputy Minister accompanied by Government Officials, State Government Representatives and a business delegation. The objectives of the mission are to follow up to the Trade and Investment Mission to Japan in July 2011 and Working Visit to Japan on 11-15 December 2011; promote Malaysia as the preferred investment destination in South East Asia; and firm-up business collaboration opportunities in sectors such as green technology, high-tech capital industry, biotechnology, advanced electronics and automotive industry . P rogrammes arranged for the mission include meetings with Japanese companies, Business Seminars and factory visits. The Deputy Minister will also be leading Malaysia at the ASEAN Economic Ministers’ Roadshow to Japan which will be held from 25-28 April 2012 in Sendai and Tokyo, Japan. The...
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Tap opportunities outside Jakarta
June 22, 2015 , by admin2
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By Datuk Mustapa Mohamed
 
IN the wee hours of Sunday morning a fortnight ago, I made my way to the Low-Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) to board the first flight to Surabaya. The 21/2-hour journey on AirAsia was one of its five daily flights from Kuala Lumpur to Indonesia’s second largest city. Surprisingly, it was my first trip to Indonesia this year. Last year, I made three trips to our neighbouring country to attend Asean-ministerial meetings (Indonesia had chaired Asean in 2011) as well as visiting the provinces to promote Malaysian interests. In my second visit to Surabaya in the past year, I was surprised to observe the changes to the city’s landscape. Apart from the rapid development of concrete jungle along the highway from the airport to the hotel, I was impressed by the shady trees lining the road dividers and the green pockets sprouting across the city. I was informed that the city’s mayor, Ibu Tri Rismaharini, a former city planner and architect by training,...
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Fraudulent Business Proposals
June 22, 2015 , by admin2
logo-miti2 The Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) has recently been made aware of the fact that an unknown party has been holding itself out as a government agent to purchase products for the Ministry. In a specific case, a company introduced itself as “a government licensed sourcing agent” and said it was looking for a reliable manufacturer/supplier of hot stamping machine to supply hot stamping machine to MITI for its “on-going development projects”. MITI would like to advise that this is a scam and no such agent has been appointed by the Ministry. The public is advised to exercise due diligence when evaluating any such proposals received through email.
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PERMULAAN PENYIASATAN ANTI-LAMBAKAN MENGENAI IMPORT ROD DAWAI KELULI YANG BERASAL ATAU DIEKSPORT DARI CHINESE TAIPEI, REPUBLIK RAKYAT CHINA, REPUBLIK INDONESIA, REPUBLIK KOREA DAN REPUBLIK TURKI
June 22, 2015 , by admin2
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PERMULAAN PENYIASATAN ANTI-LAMBAKAN MENGENAI IMPORT ROD DAWAI KELULI YANG BERASAL ATAU DIEKSPORT DARI CHINESE TAIPEI, REPUBLIK RAKYAT CHINA, REPUBLIK INDONESIA, REPUBLIK KOREA DAN REPUBLIK TURKI Kerajaan Malaysia telah menerima satu petisyen daripada pengeluar tempatan bagi mengenakan duti anti-lambakan ke atas pengimportan rod dawai keluli. Pempetisyen mendakwa rod dawai keluli yang diimport dari Chinese Taipei, Republik Rakyat China, Republik Indonesia, Republik Korea dan Republik Turki di bawa masuk ke Malaysia dengan harga yang lebih rendah daripada yang dijual di pasaran domestik negara-negara tersebut. Pempetisyen mendakwa lambakan import telah menyebabkan kemudaratan material kepada industri tempatan di Malaysia. Pempetisyen mendakwa bahawa import dari negara-negara tersebut telah meningkat dari segi jumlah kuantiti mutlak. Akibatnya, pempetisyen telah mengalami kemudaratan melalui kesan lambakan, antara lain, pemotongan harga, penyekatan harga,...
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Penentuan Awal Anti-Lambakan Mengenai Import Filem-Filem Biaxially Oriented Polypropylene Yang Berasal Atau Dieksport Dari Chinese Taipei, Thailand, Republik Rakyat China, Republik Indonesia Dan Repub
June 19, 2015 , by admin2

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Penentuan Awal Anti-Lambakan Mengenai Import Filem-Filem Biaxially Oriented Polypropylene Yang Berasal Atau Dieksport Dari Chinese Taipei, Thailand, Republik Rakyat China, Republik Indonesia Dan Republik Sosialis Vietnam Kerajaan Malaysia telah memulakan penyiasatan kes anti-lambakan pada 27 Julai 2012 berikutan daripada satu petisyen yang dikemukakan oleh San Miguel Yamamura Plastic Films Sdn. Bhd. yang mewakili industri tempatan yang mengeluarkan produk filem-filem biaxially oriented polypropylene (BOPP). Pempetisyen mendakwa pengimportan BOPP yang berasal atau dieksport dari Chinese Taipei, Thailand, Republik Rakyat China, Republik Indonesia dan Republik Sosialis Viet Nam dibawa masuk ke Malaysia dengan harga yang lebih rendah daripada yang dijual di pasaran domestik negara-negara tersebut. Pempetisyen mendakwa ini telah menyebabkan kemudaratan material kepada industri tempatan di Malaysia. Kerajaan telah selesai menjalankan penyiasatan awal seperti...
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INITIATION OF INVESTIGATION ON ANTI-DUMPING CONCERNING IMPORTS OF NEWSPRINT IN ROLLS ORIGINATING IN OR EXPORTED FROM BELGIUM, GERMANY, SWEDEN AND UNITED KINGDOM
June 19, 2015 , by admin2
The Government of Malaysia has received from a domestic producer a petition for the imposition of anti-dumping duty on imports of newsprint in rolls (newsprint). The petitioner alleges that imports of newsprint originating in or exported from Belgium, Germany, Sweden and United Kingdom are being imported into Malaysia at a price much lower than the price in the domestic market of the alleged countries. The petitioner claims that this is causing material injury to the domestic industry producing the same product in Malaysia. The petitioner further claims that imports from the alleged countries have increased in terms of absolute quantity.  As a result, the petitioner has suffered from the effects of dumping, among others, price undercutting, price depression, reduction in market share, reduction in domestic sales, reduction in cash flow, low productivity level, low production level and low capacity level, low return in investment and inability to raise capital. The Government has... Read More
Miti starts anti-dumping probe on FCB products from Thailand
June 19, 2015 , by admin2
KUALA LUMPUR: The government has decided to initiate a preliminary investigation on imports of cellulose fibre reinforced cement flat and pattern sheets (FCB) from Thailand following a petition from a domestic producer requesting imposition of anti-dumping duty on imports of FCB. “In accordance with the Countervailing and Anti-Dumping Duties Act 1993 and its related Regulations, a preliminary determination will be made within 120 days from the date of initiation. “If the preliminary determination is affirmative, the government may impose a preliminary anti-dumping duty at the rate that is necessary to prevent further injury,” the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (Miti) said in a statement. The petition, which the government received on June 3, among others alleged that imports of FCB originating in or exported from Thailand are being dumped into Malaysia at a price much lower than the price in the domestic market of the alleged country. The petitioner claims...
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August exports seen improving
June 18, 2015 , by admin2
KUALA LUMPUR: Exports are likely to improve slightly in August compa-red to July. A poll suggests exports will grow by an average 5.43 per cent year-on-year, imports by 10.5 per cent and trade balance coming in at an average RM5.14 billion. The International Trade and Industry Ministry will release the data today. Bank of America Merrill Lynch economist Dr Chua Hak Bin said exports will remain healthy in August. “Tech and other machinery equipment exports are likely to continue to expand, in line with Asian peers South Korea and Taiwan.” Palm oil exports probably edged higher as data from the Malaysian Palm Oil Board showed higher volumes of shipments in August. Other commodity exports probably continued to contract, given the soft prices, he said. Citi commented that China’s imports from Malaysia slowed in August (from one per cent in July) while Japan’s imports plunged in the same month (from 10.3 per cent). It said Singapore’s imports from Malaysia likely...
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Johor catat pelaburan RM14.4 bilion, destinasi popular pelaburan di Malaysia
June 17, 2015 , by admin2
KUCHING 4 Mac - Johor merupakan destinasi pilihan utama pelabur di negara ini apabila mencatatkan nilai pelaburan berjumlah RM14.4 bilion dalam sektor pembuatan mengatasi Selangor, Sarawak dan Pulau Pinang pada tahun lalu. Timbalan Menteri Perdagangan Antarabangsa dan Industri, Datuk Ir. Hamim Samuri berkata, Selangor berada di tangga kedua dengan hasil pelaburan sebanyak RM9.8 bilion, diikuti Sarawak (RM8.27 bilion) dan Pulau Pinang (RM3.9 bilion). Katanya, daripada keempat-empat negeri itu, Sarawak mencatat hasil pelaburan hampir mencecah dua kali ganda berbanding tahun sebelumnya iaitu sebanyak RM4.72 bilion. Menurutnya, jumlah itu menunjukkan pengusaha dan penggiat aktiviti perniagaan pelbagai peringkat di Sarawak mempunyai keyakinan dalam menarik pelabur asing dan domestik terhadap prestasi ekonomi negeri itu. “Saya juga percaya komitmen kerajaan negeri dalam mewujudkan suasana kondusif dan mesra pelabur ternyata berjaya menarik pelabur untuk menanam modal di Sarawak,”...
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INVESTMENT PERFORMANCE IN THE MANUFACTURING AND MANUFACTURING RELATED SERVICES SECTORS
June 17, 2015 , by admin2
INVESTMENT PERFORMANCE IN THE MANUFACTURING AND MANUFACTURING RELATED SERVICES SECTORS JANUARY - MARCH 2014 STATEMENT BY: YB DATO’ SRI MUSTAPA MOHAMED MINISTER OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND INDUSTRY, MALAYSIA
 
Q1 2014 Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector Surpass Q1 2013 Record Eighty Five Per Cent of Jobs Created Are High Skilled Employment Malaysia successfully attracted a higher level of approved investments in the manufacturing sector in the first quarter (Q1) 2014 compared with the corresponding period of 2013. The country recorded RM17.1 billion of investments, an increase of 52.7% as compared with RM11.2 billion in the same period of 2013, reflecting its competitiveness as a location of choice for high value added manufacturing activities in the region. The manufacturing projects approved during the period are expected to generate about 18,677 job opportunities with major proportion of employment being in highly skilled occupations. It is encouraging to...
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