Incentivising National Priorities in High Value Manufacturing


Malaysia is committed to accelerating its journey to a developed nation status, with High Value Manufacturing identified as one of the key priorities by successive national administrations. A wide range of fiscal and non-fiscal incentives are available to support the industry in building that future.

* Incentives are offered by the Malaysian Investment Development Authority, Royal Malaysia Customs, and other relevant agencies on a case-by-case basis, and may be subject to change

Industry 4WRD – National Policy on Industry 4.0


Malaysia’s National Policy on Industry 4.0 aims to build a future of advanced manufacturing that puts strategy F.I.R.S.T.

Funding

Outcome-based incentives and support to enhance adoption of Industry 4.0 solutions

Infrastructure

Efficient digital infrastructure and connected national ecosystem

Regulations

Regulation that supports Industry 4.0 adoption while promoting digital integrity

Skills & Talent

Upskilling of an existing talent base while building talent for the future

Technology

Smart technology access and development supported by system interoperability

 

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