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MALAYSIA Investment Performance 2011
MALAYSIA
Investment Performance 2011
GLOBAL INVESTMENT SCENARIO
GLOBAL INVESTMENT SCENARIO

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Global FDI Inflows in 2011 Surpass Pre-crisis Average (2005-2007) GLOBAL FDI INFLOWS 2,200 1,971 1,744
Global FDI Inflows in 2011 Surpass Pre-crisis
Average (2005-2007)
GLOBAL FDI INFLOWS
2,200
1,971
1,744
1,700
1,900
1,700
1,290
1,462
1,509
1,200
1,185
983
700
200
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011*
2012⁺
2013⁺
Note:
* Preliminary
⁺ Forecast
Source: UNCTAD’s Global Investment Trends Monitor, 24 January 2012
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Global Investment Scenario
US$ billion
FDI Inflows to Malaysia Surged by 12.3 per cent in 2011 MALAYSIA’S FDI INFLOWS 32,925
FDI Inflows to Malaysia Surged by 12.3 per cent in 2011
MALAYSIA’S FDI INFLOWS
32,925
35,000
29,081
30,000
29,322
25,000
24,134
20,000
22,230
15,000
10,000
5,000
5,040
0
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
Source: DOSM
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Global Investment Scenario
RM million

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Manufacturing Sector Continues to be the Largest Contributor to FDI Inflows FDI INFLOWS TO MALAYSIA

Manufacturing Sector Continues to be the Largest Contributor to FDI Inflows

Continues to be the Largest Contributor to FDI Inflows FDI INFLOWS TO MALAYSIA BY SECTOR Percentage
Continues to be the Largest Contributor to FDI Inflows FDI INFLOWS TO MALAYSIA BY SECTOR Percentage
Continues to be the Largest Contributor to FDI Inflows FDI INFLOWS TO MALAYSIA BY SECTOR Percentage
FDI INFLOWS TO MALAYSIA BY SECTOR Percentage 2010 2011 of Growth RM million (%) Agriculture,
FDI INFLOWS TO MALAYSIA BY SECTOR
Percentage
2010
2011
of Growth
RM million
(%)
Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing
83
123
48.2
Mining and Quarrying
3,138
7,301
132.7
Manufacturing
16,107
16,509
2.5
Services
9,994
8,992
(10.0)
TOTAL
29,322
32,925
12.3
Source: DOSM
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Global Investment Scenario
TOTAL INVESTMENTS APPROVED 2011 Manufacturing, Services And Primary Sectors
TOTAL INVESTMENTS APPROVED 2011
Manufacturing, Services And Primary Sectors

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Investments Surged by 40.7 per cent

2/21/2012 Investments Surged by 40.7 per cent TOTAL INVESTMENTS APPROVED 2011 7 Total Investments Approved 2011
TOTAL INVESTMENTS APPROVED 2011
TOTAL INVESTMENTS APPROVED 2011
Surged by 40.7 per cent TOTAL INVESTMENTS APPROVED 2011 7 Total Investments Approved 2011 RM148.6 BILLION

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Total Investments Approved 2011

RM148.6 BILLION 4,964 PROJECTS
RM148.6 BILLION
4,964 PROJECTS
149,496 JOBS
149,496 JOBS

Approved Domestic Direct Investments Continue to Exceed FDI

Approved Domestic Direct Investments Continue to Exceed FDI 2011 Domestic Investments (RM61.1 billion) 2010 Domestic
2011
2011

Domestic

Investments

(RM61.1 billion)

2010
2010

Domestic

Investments

(RM82.3 billion)

(RM61.1 billion) 2010 Domestic Investments (RM82.3 billion) 55.4% 44.6% 57.9% 42.1% 55.4% 44.6% Foreign Investments

55.4%

44.6% 57.9% 42.1%
44.6%
57.9%
42.1%
Investments (RM82.3 billion) 55.4% 44.6% 57.9% 42.1% 55.4% 44.6% Foreign Investments (RM66.3 billion) Foreign
55.4% 44.6%
55.4%
44.6%

Foreign

Investments

(RM66.3 billion)

Foreign

Investments

(RM44.4 billion)

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Total Investments Approved 2011

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Total Investments Approved by Sectors

2/21/2012 Total Investments Approved by Sectors RM148.6 billion Manufacturing 56.1 (37.8%) Primary 28.1 (18.9%) Services
RM148.6 billion
RM148.6 billion

Manufacturing

56.1 (37.8%)

by Sectors RM148.6 billion Manufacturing 56.1 (37.8%) Primary 28.1 (18.9%) Services 64.4 (43.3%) 9 Total

Primary

28.1 (18.9%)

Services

64.4 (43.3%)

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Total Investments Approved 2011

Approved Investments by State RM Million Sarawak 14,351 Penang 14,038 Sabah 13,682 Selangor 13,465 Johor
Approved Investments by State
RM Million
Sarawak
14,351
Penang
14,038
Sabah
13,682
Selangor
13,465
Johor
12,637
Perak
9,939
Negeri Sembilan
7,184
Kedah
6,403
Melaka
4,825
Pahang
3,215
Kuala Lumpur
2,970
Terengganu
1,405
Kelantan
444
Labuan
107
Perlis
34
0
3,000
6,000
9,000
12,000
15,000
Note: Approved investments does not include investments that cut across state boundaries
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Total Investments Approved 2011

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APPROVED INVESTMENTS IN THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR
APPROVED INVESTMENTS IN THE
MANUFACTURING SECTOR
Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector Remain High RM56.1 BILLION 846 PROJECTS 100,533 JOBS 12
Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector
Remain High
RM56.1 BILLION
846 PROJECTS
100,533 JOBS
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Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector

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Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector Continue a Recovery Trend (19 per cent growth) RM
Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector
Continue a Recovery Trend (19 per cent growth)
RM Billion
70
62.8
59.9
56.1
60
46.0
47.2
50
32.6
40
30
20
10
0
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
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Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector

Malaysia Continues to Attract High Levels of Foreign Investments

Continues to Attract High Levels of Foreign Investments 2000 41.6% 58.4% Domestic Investments (RM14.2 billion) 14
2000 41.6% 58.4%
2000
41.6%
58.4%

Domestic

Investments

(RM14.2 billion)

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2011 39.0% 61.0%
2011
39.0%
61.0%

Foreign

Investments

(RM34.2 billion)

Foreign

Investments

(RM19.9 billion)

Domestic

Investments

(RM21.9 billion)

Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector

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E&E Industry Continues to Dominate Investment Inflows

E&E Industry Continues to Dominate Investment Inflows Fabricated Metal RM Billion F o o d Chemicals

Fabricated Metal

RM Billion
RM Billion

Food

Chemicals

Inflows Fabricated Metal RM Billion F o o d Chemicals Non-Metallic Textiles Paper, Printing & Publishing
Non-Metallic
Non-Metallic

Textiles

Paper, Printing

& Publishing

1.2 1.5 1.8 12.3 2.3 7.2
1.2
1.5
1.8
12.3
2.3
7.2

Natural Gas

E&E

Petroleum

Food

Chemicals

Transport

E&E 2.7 3.7 20.1 5.0 6.0 9.9
E&E
2.7
3.7
20.1
5.0
6.0
9.9

Basic Metal

Non-Metallic

Petroleum

2000 2011
2000
2011

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Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector

Approved Projects in E&E Industry by Sub-Sector, 2011

Approved Projects in E&E Industry by Sub-Sector, 2011 Electrical Products 9,724 (49%) RM Million Consumer

Electrical

Products

9,724 (49%)

RM Million
RM Million
Sub-Sector, 2011 Electrical Products 9,724 (49%) RM Million Consumer Electronics 1,847 (9%) Electronic Industrial

Consumer

Electronics

1,847 (9%)

Electronic

Industrial

Components

7,195 (36%)

Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector

Electronics

1,293 (6%)

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72 per cent of FDI Comes From Asian Countries

 
 
  RM Million
RM Million
RM Million

10,102

10,000

10,000  
 

8,000

8,000

6,000

5,185

4,000

4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000

2,509

2,478

2,171

2,171

2,000

2,000
2,000

0

 

Japan

Republic of

USA

Singapore

Saudi Arabia

 

Korea

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Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector

 
Significant Increase in Approved Domestic Direct Investments RM21.9 Bil 21% (2011) RM18.1 Bil Growth in
Significant Increase in Approved Domestic Direct
Investments
RM21.9 Bil
21%
(2011)
RM18.1 Bil
Growth in
DDI in line
with ETP and
(2010)
10MP
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Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector

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2/21/2012 New Investments and Reinvestments Total: RM56.1 billion Expansion/ Diversification Projects (RM23.0 billion) New

New Investments and Reinvestments

2/21/2012 New Investments and Reinvestments Total: RM56.1 billion Expansion/ Diversification Projects (RM23.0 billion) New
Total: RM56.1 billion
Total: RM56.1 billion

Expansion/

Diversification Projects (RM23.0 billion)

New Projects

(RM33.1 billion)

(59.0%) (41.0%)
(59.0%)
(41.0%)

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Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector

Economic Corridors Attracted 62 per cent of Total Investments Approved

Economic Corridors Attracted 62 per cent of Total Investments Approved
RM15.3 billion
RM15.3 billion
62 per cent of Total Investments Approved RM15.3 billion RM8.2 billion RM5.7 billion Total: RM34.7 billion
62 per cent of Total Investments Approved RM15.3 billion RM8.2 billion RM5.7 billion Total: RM34.7 billion
RM8.2 billion
RM8.2 billion
RM5.7 billion Total: RM34.7 billion RM4.6 billion
RM5.7 billion
Total: RM34.7 billion
RM4.6 billion
billion RM5.7 billion Total: RM34.7 billion RM4.6 billion RM0.9 billion Note: Investments in Projects Approved
RM0.9 billion
RM0.9 billion

Note: Investments in Projects Approved Manufacturing Licence

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Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector

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Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector by Location RM Million Penang 9,106 (109) Selangor 8,741
Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector by
Location
RM Million
Penang
9,106 (109)
Selangor
8,741 (263)
Sarawak
8,453 (43)
Johor
6,585 (188)
Kedah
6,136 (42)
Negeri Sembilan
5,905 (38)
Melaka
4,364 (39)
Pahang
3,038 (25)
Terengganu
1,393 (15)
Perak
985
(30)
Sabah
921
(27)
Kuala Lumpur
308 (19)
Kelantan
129 (5)
Perlis
23 (3)
0
1,000
2,000
3,000
4,000
5,000
6,000
7,000
8,000
9,000
10,000
Note : Figures in parentheses refer to number of projects approved
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Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector
Implementation of Projects Approved Between 2007-2011 as at 31 December 2011 76.4% of approved projects
Implementation of Projects Approved Between 2007-2011
as at 31 December 2011
76.4% of approved
projects were
implemented
Total: RM258.6 billion
Machinery
Installation & Factory
Construction
234 (5.3%)
Production
Site Acquired
3,121 (71.1%)
76 (1.7%)
Active Planning
779 (17.8%)
Not Implemented
180 (4.1%)
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Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector

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Quality Employment Created in Projects Approved During 2007-2011 and Implemented Total Employment: 338,555 68% in
Quality Employment Created in Projects Approved
During 2007-2011 and Implemented
Total Employment: 338,555
68% in the Managerial, Technical, Supervisory and Skilled Categories
Skilled
Others
Workers
106,821 (32%)
167,576 (49%)
Technical &
Managerial &
Supervisory
Professional
42,321 (13%)
21,837 (6%)
Note: Category of Employment from Projects Approved Between 2007-2011 and Implemented as at 31 December 2011
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Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector
Quality Employment Created in Projects Approved During 2010-2011 and Implemented Total Employment: 72,704 73% in
Quality Employment Created in Projects Approved
During 2010-2011 and Implemented
Total Employment: 72,704
73% in the Managerial, Technical, Supervisory and Skilled Categories
Skilled
Workers
38,857 (53%)
Others
19,454 (27%)
Technical &
Managerial &
Supervisory
Professional
9,618 (13%)
4,775 (7%)
Note: Projects Approved Between 2010 & 2011 and Implemented as at 31 December 2011
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Approved Investments in the Manufacturing Sector

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APPROVED INVESTMENTS IN THE SERVICES SECTOR
APPROVED INVESTMENTS IN THE
SERVICES SECTOR
 

Approved Investments in Services Sector Underpin Economic Growth

 
RM64.4 BILLION
RM64.4 BILLION
RM64.4 BILLION
RM64.4 BILLION
3,957 PROJECTS
3,957 PROJECTS
3,957 PROJECTS
43,784 JOBS
43,784 JOBS
43,784 JOBS

Note:

Statistics on investments in the services sector are preliminary.

 

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Approved Investments in the Services Sector

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Services Sector Registered Significant Increase in Investments- Almost Reaching the Pre-Crisis Level RM Billion 66.4
Services Sector Registered Significant Increase in
Investments- Almost Reaching the Pre-Crisis Level
RM Billion
66.4
70
64.4
55.5
60
50.1
50
38.7
36.7
40
30
20
10
0
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
*
Note: * Preliminary
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Approved Investments in the Services Sector

The Share of Approved Foreign Investments in the Services Sector Increases

Foreign Investments in the Services Sector Increases 2006 2011 Domestic Investments (RM49.5 billion) Domestic
2006
2006
2011
2011

Domestic Investments (RM49.5 billion)

Domestic Investments (RM48.2 billion)

74.8% 25.2%
74.8%
25.2%

Foreign Investments (RM16.2 billion)

89.2% 10.8%
89.2%
10.8%

Foreign Investments (RM6.0 billion)

Approved Investments in the Services Sector

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Real Estate and Transport Remain the Major Sub-Sectors

 

Others

RM Billion
RM Billion

Distributive

Trade

Distributive Trade Real Estate

Real Estate

Others

3.9 18.0 4.6
3.9
18.0
4.6

MSC Status

Energy

3.9 18.0 4.6 MSC Status Energy
9.4 16.9 6.0 6.1 11.7 9.6 Education Real Estate Financial Services Telecommunications Energy Transport Global
9.4 16.9 6.0 6.1 11.7 9.6
9.4
16.9
6.0
6.1
11.7
9.6

Education

Real Estate

Financial Services

Telecommunications

Energy

Transport

Global Operations Hub

 

4.8

Tele-

communications

 

7.0

Financial Services

11.6

Transport

2006
2006
2011
2011

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Approved Investments in the Services Sector

APPROVED INVESTMENTS IN THE PRIMARY SECTOR
APPROVED INVESTMENTS IN THE
PRIMARY SECTOR

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Oil & Gas Propels Investments in the Primary Sector Total: RM28.1 billion Mining RM26.7 billion
Oil & Gas Propels Investments in the Primary Sector
Total: RM28.1 billion
Mining
RM26.7 billion
Plantation & Commodities
RM989.5 million
Agriculture
RM417.5 million
Note:
Statistics on investments in the primary sector are preliminary.
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Approved Investments in the Primary Sector
PRIVATE INVESTMENTS Target & Achievement
PRIVATE INVESTMENTS
Target & Achievement

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Realised Private Investments* Surpass Target Target for Investments 2011 Realised 113.3% RM 83.0 RM 94.0
Realised Private Investments* Surpass Target
Target for
Investments
2011 Realised
113.3%
RM 83.0
RM 94.0
billion
+
billion
Source: DOSM
Note: * Gross Fixed Capital Formation (GFCF)
+ Estimates
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Private Investments
OUTLOOK
OUTLOOK

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Outlook

Malaysia’s economy is projected to sustain a growth of between 5% and 6% in 2012.
Malaysia’s economy is projected to sustain a growth of
between 5% and 6% in 2012.
Global FDI inflows expected to strengthen from 2011 till 2013. (UNCTAD’s World Investment Prospects &
Global FDI inflows expected to strengthen from 2011
till 2013.
(UNCTAD’s World Investment Prospects & Survey, 2011-2013)
Malaysia is ranked as 21 st top host economies for FDI in 2011-2013. (UNCTAD’s World
Malaysia is ranked as 21 st top host economies for FDI in
2011-2013.
(UNCTAD’s World Investment Prospects & Survey, 2011-2013)

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Outlook

Outlook cont’d… Malaysia’s strong performance in international rankings will support investment promotion drive:
Outlook
cont’d…
Malaysia’s strong performance in international rankings
will support investment promotion drive:
- 10 th most attractive destinations for FDI
(A.T. Kearney’s FDI Confidence Index)
- 18 th in ease of doing business
(World Bank Doing Business Report)
- 21 st most competitive economy
(WEF Global Competitive Report)
Efforts to be intensified to target and attract industries in
which Malaysia has strong foundations and in new
growth areas to achieve the target of RM115 billion per
annum.
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Outlook

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