PM continues to woo investors at WEF

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim continues to woo investors at the World Economic Forum (WEF) that is hosted in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

“The Malaysian delegation and I also conduct round table meetings with over 50 industry leaders in various sectors from all over the world,” he said, on Facebook.

“Among the companies that joined this session are Samsung, Chevron, BrainBox AI, Cisco Systems,, TotalEnergies, Lulu Group International, Deutsche Bank and Saudi Industrial Development Fund.

He said he took the opportunity to highlight the nation’s priorities, strategic initiatives, economic growth and fiscal rates as well as investment and trading opportunities.

“This session is important to us to boost the confidence of industry leaders to invest in Malaysia as that contributes to economic growth and creates highly skilled job opportunities for Malaysians.”

Anwar also gave his word that the investment process would be simplified.

“I guaranteed that the process would be simplified and hastened since the government has overcome some bureaucratic red tape issues that has been dragging on for so long. I believe many high valued investors would choose Malaysia as an investment destination in the footsteps of industry giants such as Tesla, AWS, Infineon and Nvidia,” he said.

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