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Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA)
MIDA is the government's primary agency for promoting and developing investments under the Ministry of Investment, Trade, and Industry (MITI), responsible for coordinating and promoting investments in the manufacturing and services sectors in Malaysia. Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur Sentral, MIDA has 12 state offices and 21 overseas offices. MIDA continues to be a strategic business partner in seizing opportunities arising from the technological revolution in today's era. For more information, please visit and follow us on X, Instagram, Facebook, Linkedin, TikTok, and Youtube.


Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE)
MATRADE is responsible for promoting export and positioning Malaysia's companies on the international stage, allowing many local companies to be at the forefront of the market.


Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC)
MPC drives productivity and competitiveness improvement holistically at national, sectoral, and enterprise levels guided by 5 thrusts, comprising development of future workforce, accountable for productivity, digitalization and innovation, forging robust ecosystem, and productive mindset. MPC will collaborate strategically with the private and public sectors to forge productivity as the game changer in boosting productivity and competitiveness of the nation towards wellbeing and prosperity.


Malaysian Industrial Development Finance (MIDF)
The Malaysian Industrial Development Finance Berhad (MIDF) Group is responsible for providing financial services in three core business areas: investment banking, development finance, and asset management.


Malaysia Automotive Robotics and IoT Institute (MARii)
Malaysia Automotive Robotics and IoT Institute (MARii) serves to promote the development of smart systems through the implementation of digital technologies with a special focus on big data analytics and artificial intelligence, including automotive and connected mobility ecosystem


Malaysia Steel Institute (MSI)
MSI is responsible for facilitating and providing input to support the government in policy formulation, facilitating research and development (R&D), and facilitating standards development through consultation with relevant government agencies and the iron and steel industry.

SIRIM Berhad 

SIRIM Berhad
SIRIM Berhad is a premier industrial research and technology organisation in Malaysia, providing solutions in technology, standards and quality


The Export-Import Bank of Malaysia Berhad (EXIM Bank) was incorporated on 29 August 1995 and is wholly-owned by the Government of Malaysia. The Bank has assisted a diverse range of Malaysian businesses in various sectors in their global ventures. EXIM Bank takes pride in meeting its mandated role of stimulating and enhancing the competitiveness of Malaysian industries for exports and investments globally via the provisioning of internationally and domestically competitive banking and insurance products and advisory services. The Bank also offers Shariah-compliant financing and Takaful instruments. For more information, visit


Department of Standards Malaysia (JSM)
JSM as the National Standards Body and National Accreditation Body is responsible to develop and promote the usage of Malaysian Standards (MS); as well as providing accreditation services to laboratories, certification bodies and inspection bodies.


InvestKL is an investment promotion agency for Greater Kuala Lumpur, which attracts and facilitates the establishment of global services hubs by the world's leading companies. As a holistic partner, InvestKL is involved in every stage of the investment process, from a partner in early project implementation to post-investment services.


Halal Development Corporation
HDC spearheads the development of Malaysia's integrated and comprehensive halal ecosystem and infrastructure to position Malaysia as the most competitive country leading the global halal industry. Established on 18 September 2006, HDC is the central coordinator that promotes participation and facilitates the growth of industry players in the development of Malaysia's Halal ecosystem. HDC is also the world's first Government-backed halal industry development corporation. Website: Instagram, Facebook, Linkedin, TikTok, Youtube and Twitter @HDCmalaysia

HDC is also the world's first Government-backed halal industry development corporation. Website: Instagram, Facebook, Linkedin, TikTok, and Youtube.,Twitter @HDCmalaysia


Majlis Rekabentuk Malaysia (MRM)
MRM is an agency that functions to ensure the development of innovation and design in Malaysia while enhancing expertise, capabilities, and proficiency in industrial design.


National Measurement Council (MPK)
National Measurement Council (MPK) is responsible for advising on all matters related to the national policy objectives for measurement activities as stipulated in Part IV of the National Measurement System Act 2007 (Act 675).

MPK also plays a role in enhancing international confidence in measurement activities in Malaysia by prioritizing the public interest in trade, health, safety, and the environment.

National Metrology Institute of Malaysia (NMIM) serves as the Secretariat for MPK.


NAICO Malaysia is an agency under MITI mandated to monitor the development of the Malaysian aerospace industry in line with the initiatives of the 12th Malaysia Plan, ensuring that the industry achieves its desired goals outlined in the Malaysia Aerospace Blueprint 2030.


Launched in 2012, the Collaborative in Research, Engineering, Science and Technology (CREST) was established to address the needs of Malaysia's Electrical and Electronics (E&E) industry in developing a Research, Development, and Commercialization (R&D&C) ecosystem through market-driven R&D and Talent Development collaborations. While CREST is industry-led, its representation comprises the three helixes of Government, Industry, and Academia.

CREST aims to be the primary platform for collaborative applied research and leverage our capabilities and strengths in the E&E sector to enable growth in emerging markets.

CREST serves as a catalyst that connects industry, academia, and government, bringing them together to collaborate and collectively create solutions for the ecosystem.

Last Updated 2023-10-19 14:07:45 by Azuna Hasbullah atau Abd Rahman

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