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The Medical Technologies Sector – Key Trends in Malaysia

Sep 2017

This report is designed to provide an overview of the medical technologies sector in Malaysia. The healthcare sector has been designated as one of the key economic drivers in the country, that is expected to play a big role in helping Malaysia transform itself into a high-income country by 2020. Malaysia’s healthcare system has been held up as an example to other developing countries as it uses a dual system to administer the sector. Primary care for its citizens is heavily subsidized by the government while the private healthcare sector delivers specialty servi...

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The Smart Cities Sector – Key Trends in Malaysia

Jun 2017

This report is designed to provide an overview of the smart cities sector in Malaysia.  By developing smart cities, Malaysia aims to be globally competitive not only from an economic standpoint, but also from environmental and social perspective standpoint. Among Malaysia’s key cities and regions that are being developed to act as test beds for smart technologies in the country are Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Cyberjaya, Iskandar, Penang and Subang.  The report explores various public and private initiatives in Malaysia to boost the smart city sector, for e...

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Malaysia Country Profile

May 2017

The report offers a wide range of data and information collected from various sources that were built together in order to provide not just facts but deeper insights about the country. Unlike other country reports that focus more on macro-economic data, we think that the most valuable part of the report, from an exporter’s perspective, is the overview of Malaysia’s key sectors, major foreign players in the market, and their strategies in the market.  This will help you better understand the dynamism of the country’s key business areas, its compe...

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The Water & Wastewater Sector — Key Trends in Malaysia

May 2017

Malaysia suffers from a fast-depleting water supply, with the World Resources Institute estimating that annual renewable water supply might fall to 10,000 m3/person/year by 2025. The wastewater and sewerage system is largely underdeveloped, due to concerns over costly operations and maintenance. Tertiary water treatment process does not exist, with sewage only processed or treated up to removal of suspended and organic solid substances. Current technology used in Malaysia is very conventional, mainly old water infrastructure that is poorly ma...

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