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Azmin Ali says met Microsoft, discussion focused on Malaysian ESG agenda

Azmin Ali says met Microsoft, discussion focused on Malaysian ESG agenda

KUALA LUMPUR, May 18 ― Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali announced today that he had met technology giant Microsoft today, discussing the environmental, social and governance (ESG) agenda during the meeting. On his Facebook page, Azmin said he looks forward...

Telegram channel for the latest updates.Telegram channel for the latest updates.A SAN FRANCISCO (May 17): Ferrotec (USA) Corporation has committed to investing more than RM500 million in new investment in Malaysia to set up its first manufacturing facility in Southeast Asia.Telegram channel for the latest updates.

KUALA LUMPUR, May 18 ― Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali announced today that he had met technology giant Microsoft today, discussing the environmental, social and governance (ESG) agenda during the meeting.On his Facebook page , Azmin said he looks forward to a successful partnership between Putrajaya and Microsoft on advancing the agenda.Spanning 8.“I am optimistic that with our 29-year long history with Microsoft coupled with its future plans, Malaysia is on track to achieve its aspiration of becoming a regional leader in digital economy anchored by ESG agenda by 2030,” he said.Senior Minister and International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali said the global supplier of materials, components and precision systems and a worldwide leader in quartz material fabrication for the semiconductor industry also committed to generating between 250 and 500 high-skilled jobs for Malaysians.Azmin’s meeting with Microsoft is part of his 10-day US Trade & Investment Mission (TIM), which began on May 8 and involved meetings with several high-technology companies such as Texas Instruments Inc.Senior Minister and Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali said the global supplier of materials, components, precision systems, and a worldwide leader in quartz material fabrication for the semiconductor industry, also committed to generate between 250 and 500 high-skilled jobs for Malaysians.Last year, the government had announced a partnership with Microsoft under the Bersama Malaysia initiative, in which the hyperscaler is investing US$1 billion (RM4.“They are also committed to assisting small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Malaysia in building the supply chain and ecosystem in the semiconductor industry.

4 billion) in Malaysia with the building of its first data centre region in the country.“This is a very positive development where the company not only wants to bring investment into Malaysia, but wants to see Malaysia continue to thrive in new technologies by involving local companies, especially SMEs,” he told Bernama and TV3 after holding a meeting with Ferrotec chief executive officer Eiji Miyanaga here Monday (Tuesday in Malaysia).Azmin also suggested to Ferrotec to train Malaysian workers, especially Ferrotec based in the US or Japan, to coach Malaysian students or professionals residing in the two countries.Azmin today highlighted the initiative’s US$1 billion investment to establish Microsoft’s first datacentre region in the country.He said the move underscores a commitment to upskill one million Malaysians by the end of 2023, to “help create economic opportunities for the people and businesses in the digital era.Apart from Ferrotec, Azmin also met with US leading solar tracker company Nextracker Inc chief operating officer and co-founder Marco Miller.” The TIM aims to advance Malaysia’s prospects as an attractive investment destination and trading partner due to a central ESG agenda and supply chain resilience.Speaking to Bernama after meeting Azmin, Miyanaga said the company had nearly 40 factories globally, and the facility in Malaysia will be its first large platform manufacturing site outside of Japan, China and the US.The minister also said the mission is expected to garner RM14.Speaking to Bernama after meeting Azmin, Miyanaga said the company has nearly 40 factories globally, and the facility in Malaysia will be its first large platform manufacturing site outside of Japan, China and the US.Speaking to Bernama after meeting Azmin, Miyanaga said the company has nearly 40 factories globally, and the facility in Malaysia will be its first large platform manufacturing site outside of Japan, China and the US.

62 billion in investments from the US, targeting new business opportunities and high-income jobs for Malaysians.ESG investing has been on the rise among socially conscious investors and requires standards to be met by potential investments in terms of environmental stewardship, impacts on social relationships, and effective governance.“We feel compelled to invest Southeast Asia,” he said.On employment, he said Ferrotec plans to employ between 250 and 500 local talent over the next three years, and its goal is to let the facility run and operated by locals.A released by PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Malaysia earlier this year stated that: “Malaysian public-listed companies are faring well in ESG factors among their Asean peers based on leading ESG indicators including disclosure and commitments to sustainability practices.” You May Also Like.“We want to invest in people, and we understand that it (the process) is going to take some time, therefore, for the initial stage, we will bring in expats for a very short period of time to transfer the technology and train the locals,” he said.

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Action!…ok sir cukup, ada bukti dah…jom belah Gambar pun tak ada. Tak boleh percaya. But why didn’t he meet with the CEO of Microsoft, Satya Nadella? SyedSaddiq rafiziramli syahredzan anwaribrahim fahmi_fadzil One the things about AzminAli 'tour of duty' it tends to get coverage but it quietly fizzles out in terms of it materializing...Guess these are all about GE15 motivated. Hoping he is still around after GE15.

Which one is Microsoft Rep?

Azmin Ali: Malaysia secures over RM500m new investment from US’ Ferrotec | Malay MailSAN FRANCISCO, May 16 — Ferrotec (USA) Corporation has committed to invest more than RM500 million in new investment in Malaysia to set up its first manufacturing facility in Souheast Asia. Spanning 8.13-hectare that will include a 800,000 square feet manufacturing plant in Kulim... Cheese Najib stole more than that. Next time if investment less what Najib stole ie 2.6 bil don't tell ok.Just embarrassing.

Malaysia secures over RM500m new investment from Ferrotec, says AzminSAN FRANCISCO (May 17): Ferrotec (USA) Corporation has committed to investing more than RM500 million in new investment in Malaysia to set up its first manufacturing facility in Southeast Asia.Spanning 8.13 hectares that will include a 800,000 sq ft manufacturing plant in the Kulim Hi-Tech Park, the facility’s construction is expected to begin in the next few weeks.Senior Minister and International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali said the global supplier of materials, components and precision systems and a worldwide leader

Azmin Ali: Malaysia secures over RM500m new investment from US’ Ferrotec | Malay MailSAN FRANCISCO, May 16 — Ferrotec (USA) Corporation has committed to invest more than RM500 million in new investment in Malaysia to set up its first manufacturing facility in Souheast Asia. Spanning 8.13-hectare that will include a 800,000 square feet manufacturing plant in Kulim... Cheese Najib stole more than that. Next time if investment less what Najib stole ie 2.6 bil don't tell ok.Just embarrassing.

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