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OECD Investment Policy Reviews
OECD Investment Policy Reviews: Malaysia 2013
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  26 nov 2013
Pages: 288 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264194571 , Code OCDE: 202013031P1
Prix:   €70 | $98 | £63 | ¥9100 | MXN1260 , Frais de livraison inclus
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Malaysia stands out as one of the economic success stories in Asia. Foreign direct investment (FDI) has played a major role in the growth and diversification of the economy, and has been a key part of an outward-oriented development strategy. As an early mover in terms of export-led development, Malaysia has traditionally received significant amounts of foreign investment relative to the small size of its economy. Today, Malaysia is a net outward investor, with its companies increasingly becoming regional and global players.

In spite of this enviable performance, the Malaysian economy is confronting numerous inter-related challenges as it strives to attain developed country status by 2020. Private investment as a share of GDP has declined, and FDI as a share of total FDI in ASEAN has decreased since the early 1990s.
The government has engaged in ambitious reforms across the board which have led to increased liberalisation and more efficient regulations and have contributed to a strong enabling environment for business. Malaysia will also continue to benefit from a dynamic and rapidly integrating region, thereby retaining the attention of investors.

OECD Investment Policy Reviews: Malaysia presents an assessment of the investment climate in Malaysia, including the institutional and legislative framework for investment. It focuses on policy options in the areas of investment, infrastructure, finance, responsible business conduct, corporate governance and green investment and discusses measures to help revive both foreign and domestic investment.

Tables des matières:

Preface by Dato’ Sri Mustapa Mohamed, Minister of International Trade and Industry, Malaysia 11
Preface by Angel Gurría, Secretary-General, OECD 13
Acronyms and abbreviations 15
Executive summary 19
Assessment and recommendations 23
-Progress and policy challenges 24
-Key recommendations 33
-Bibliography 40
Chapter 1. Investment trends  41
-FDI trends in Malaysia in a long-term perspective 42
-Malaysia now faces increasing competition from the rest of ASEAN in attracting foreign investment 43
-FDI in Malaysia by country and by sector 46
Chapter 2. Investment policy: Towards greater openness 53
-Investment policy reform: stability and change 1985-2012 55
-Bibliography 74
Chapter 3. Property rights and investor protection 77
-Effective land ownership registration 78
-Bibliography 101
-Annex 3.A1. Main features of Malaysia’s investment agreements 104
-Annex 3.A2. Investment agreements concluded by Malaysia 118
Chapter 4.  Investment promotion and facilitation 121
-Role of business in government policy 124
-Promotion of outward investment 126
-MIDA: Malaysia’s investment promotion agency 127
-Government measures to improve the business climate 131
-Malaysia’s investment attraction strategy: the central role of incentives 136
-Policies to promote Malaysian SMEs 142
-SME-MNE linkages policies and practices 145
-Skills shortages and mismatch 148
-Malaysia’s international initiatives to build investment promotion expertise 155
-Bibliography 155
Chapter 5. Corporate governance 159
-Main features of Malaysia’s corporate governance framework 161
-Voluntary corporate governance initiatives and training  165
-Shareholder rights in Malaysia 168
-Governance of government-linked companies 177
-Bibliography 183
Chapter 6. Policies for promoting responsible business conduct 185
-Government vs business roles and responsibilities in promoting RBC 187
-Government’s initiatives to promote RBC in Malaysia 187
-Financial and non-financial disclosure 194
-Malaysia’s intergovernmental co-operation to promote international RBC principles 199
-Bibliography 203
Chapter 7. Financial sector development 205
-Malaysia’s gradual opening of its banking sector 208
-The Financial Sector Master Plan: a comprehensive 10-year plan for the financial sector 211
-Capital markets in Malaysia 219
-The asset management industry 223
-Bibliography 230
Chapter 8. Infrastructure development 233
-Overview of Malaysia’s infrastructure system  234
-Telecommunications 242
-Electricity 244
-Transport 248
-Water and sanitation 251
-Bibliography 254
Chapter 9. Investment framework in support of green growth 257
-Green growth in Malaysia: Challenges and opportunities 258
-Malaysia’s commitment to green growth 261
-Regulatory and policy framework for investment in priority areas for green growth 266
-Incentives for green investment 269
-Other sources of finance in support of green investment 273
-Capacity to design and implement green investment policies 279
-Policies to promote environmentally responsible business conduct and to raise awareness 279
-Bibliography 285

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