The Malaysian construction industry is generally separated into two areas. One area is general construction, which com- prises residential construction, non-residential construction and civil engineering construction. The second area is special trade works, which comprises activities of metal works, electrical works, plumbing, sewerage and sanitary works, refrigeration and air-conditioning works, painting works, carpentry, tiling and flooring works and glass works.
Disclaimer: Whilst some of the information contained in this report may no longer reflect the ambitions of the current Malaysian government, all data compiled and portrayed have been done to the best of knowledge at the time of preparation
30 Jul 2018
This tailor-made guide produced by the British Malaysian Chamber of Commerce (BMCC) serves as a preliminary literature that describes with up-to-date relevance the elements and intricacies crucial to an overall understanding of the Malaysian economic terrain; especially beneficial for companies looking to expand their business into this vibrant corner of South East Asia.
6 Jul 2017
This report serves as a preliminary introduction that highlights key features and factors relevant to the Retail sector in Malaysia. Various elements highlight a strong retail market in Malaysia, including the steady growth in overall income which results in lower spending on basic commodities and more on diversi ed and sophisticated goods and services.
5 Jul 2017
This report serves as a preliminary introduction that highlights key features and factors relevant to the Professional Services sector in Malaysia. The professional services sector is a key proponent of Malaysia’s economic aspirations. As Malaysia transitions into a service based economy (away from commodity and manufacturing), the sector is expected to be the main economic driver – solidifying its status as a developed nation.
5 Jul 2017
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24 Sep 2018