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Corporate News, Malaysia

Foreign companies in for the long haul

Many of the companies said MCO 2.0 and the proclamation of emergency had not affected their confidence in investing.

25/1/2021 6:30:00 AM

Many of the companies said MCO 2.0 and the proclamation of emergency had not affected their confidence in investing.

KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign companies that have invested in the country say they remain committed to the country as they value and appreciate the long-term partnership with the Malaysia n government and look forward to many more years of success.

Malaysian-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry chief executive officer Daniel Bernbeck (pic) said German investors in Malaysia mostly showed a tendency to continue with their pre-existing investment plans as most of the investments are in high technology and have a long planning phase.

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He said the arrangement cannot be suddenly stopped, reversed or changed, and this applied to many big players and multinational companies.Meanwhile, German-based medical technology company B. Braun said it would support all efforts by the government to safeguard the health of Malaysians. — Bernama

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