Malaysia Energy

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How is the 2016 national budget enhancing investment in the energy sector?

Malaysia is enjoying uninterrupted momentum in attracting investment and trade flows destined for South-east Asia. As a leading trading nation it has the necessary infrastructure and determination to compete and partner with its ASEAN neighbors to create a more sustainable growth model.

State-owned energy firm Petronas has returned to Malaysia’s capital markets for the first time since 2009 with what is expected to be the first of several issues aimed at boosting its fiscal reserves.

 

Canada and Malaysia share more than half a century of friendship. It is a friendship that started in 1957 – the year Malaysia became independent and the year Canada became one of the first countries in the world to recognise Malaysian independence. In that same year, John Diefenbaker was the first Canadian Prime Minister to visit Malaysia....

 

The lifeblood of agricultural and industrial development, clean and reliable water resources remain as important today to the development of Malaysia as when Kuala Lumpur was originally founded at the confluence of the Kelang and Gombak Rivers.

 

While sustained economic expansion has created unprecedented opportunities for many Malaysians and given rise to more value-added industries, the energy infrastructure underpinning this growth is under increasing stress. To address the escalating challenge and stem mounting subsidy payments, the government and various stakeholders are...

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