By OECD Publishing
Malaysia sticks out as one of many financial luck tales in Asia. international direct funding (FDI) has performed an immense function within the development and diversification of the financial system, and has been a key a part of an outward-oriented improvement method. As an early mover by way of export-led improvement, Malaysia has usually obtained a great deal of international funding relative to the small measurement of its economy. this present day, Malaysia is a web outward investor, with its businesses more and more turning into nearby and worldwide avid gamers. even so enviable functionality, the Malaysian economic system is confr. Read more...
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The increase in foreign equity limits of investment banks and stock broking institutions undertaken in 2009 is likely to contribute to ongoing consolidation in those sectors, but further easing of the remaining restrictions in commercial banks could also be considered. As the Economic Transformation Programme states, “many of our [Malaysian] commercial banks are significantly smaller than regional powerhouses”. While foreign and domestic banks do not necessarily focus on the same market segments, foreign-owned commercial banks seem to have been on average more efficient and profitable than domestic commercial banks for most of the past decade.
FDI reported by Malaysia and by OECD countries into Malaysia FDI outflows to Malaysia from OECD countries Total FDI inflows reported by Malaysia USD billion 12 10 8 6 4 2 10 20 11 20 08 09 20 07 20 06 20 05 20 04 20 20 02 03 20 01 20 20 9 00 20 8 19 9 7 19 9 6 19 9 5 19 9 4 19 9 3 19 9 19 9 19 9 2 0 Source: Bank Negara Malaysia, OECD. Southeast Asia, now welcome foreign investment, so it is also natural that the Malaysian share should have declined over time. Similarly, the overall volume of investment received does not give an idea of the broader benefits from that investment.
The indicators could go beyond target investment volumes and include an evaluation of the impact of investment. Evaluation measures could cover consultative stakeholder processes and technology transfer from foreign investors to Malaysian companies. Such indicators can be difficult to develop as the necessary data and the capacity may not be available. One way to address this gap, while also increasing the credibility of the KPIs, is to have external parties create and monitor KPIs. KPIs could also be expanded to include measures beyond MIDA’s mandate to include areas under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry’s overall responsibility and which aim to increase the developmental effects of investment and to better inform policy making.