Meeting with Prime Minister

AMCHAM along with more than 70 other industry associations, Chambers and government agencies engaged with the Prime Minister on issues industries are facing today.

In addition to raising the issue of Malaysia’s competitiveness, the AMCHAM CEO raised the need for greater access to much needed talent, reducing bureaucratic barriers to hiring workers that drive the productivity of the country, from expatriate to foreign workers.

Ratification of CPTPP and RCEP was also raised by the group along with issues on medicine price controls, the prospect of an investment council and the need for more robust financial models to support emerging industries including aviation.

MITI also outlined the recently announced National Investment Aspirations redefining Malaysia’s value proposition.