More Malaysian Firms See Investment Opportunities In India


The economic reforms being pursued by the new government in Delhi have ignited the interest of more Malaysian companies to invest in India, Malaysia’s High Commissioner Datuk Naimun Ashakli Mohammad said.

“There is more interest in doing business in India. Some of our big companies are already working on projects and many are exploring opportunities, especially in infrastructure and government-to-government projects,” Datuk Naimun told Businessworld Online.

“We can have more collaboration in areas such as healthcare, education and tourism,” he said.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Malaysian counterpart Najib Razak met in November in Myanmar during the summit of Asian leaders and discussed expanding bilateral economic relations.
Modi invited Malaysian companies to invest in India as part of his “Make in India” initiative that seeks to turn the country into a manufacturing hub. More info
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