Malaysia offers incentives to attract global technology companies

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Malaysia will offer incentives such as rent and employment pass exemptions and subsidies, as well as preferential tax rates on corporate profits, to attract global high-tech companies, the country’s economy minister announced on Monday.

Minister Rafizi Ramli said at the KL20 Summit that “we are building global unicorn companies to not only develop a pipeline of future entrepreneurs and senior leaders in the technology industry, but also to ensure that high-skilled, high-value jobs are created. We would like Malaysia to enter the market,” he said at the KL20 Summit. New policy to support start-ups in Malaysia.

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