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CLICK TO ENLARGEPETALING JAYA: Foreign direct investment (FDI) into Malaysia is set to surge by next year with technology and green tech-based investments being the new potential growth areas for foreign inflow.
The spread of the Omicron variant, meanwhile, is not expected to put a dent on FDI inflows.
Malaysian Institute of Economic Research (MIER) head of research Shankaran Nambiar views digitalisation as the new driver of growth worldwide, noting that Malaysia was no exception.Malaysian Institute of Economic Research head of research Shankaran Nambiar.
“The same is the case with the green economy. Environmental issues and climate change are being taken very seriously.
“I will expect that new investments in these two areas will be the new growth areas for investment and Malaysia will be seen to be the destination for FDIs in these areas.
“The demand for investment in tech, be it IT-related or high-tech manufacturing that is green-related, will see an upsurge,” he told StarBiz.
FDI inflows into the country plummeted to RM14.6bil in 2020 from RM32.4bil in 2019 before rebounding to RM30.2bil in the first nine months of 2021.
Most of these investments went into the manufacturing sector. This was underpinned by the global recovery and general improvement in investor sentiment.
FDI increased by RM4.6bil to record a higher inflow of RM12.8bil in the third quarter of this year.
The Statistics Department said manufacturing remained the main sector for foreign investment in Malaysia, followed by financial and wholesale and retail trade.
As at the end of the third quarter of 2021, approved FDI stood at RM769.6bil, while direct investment abroad was RM543.9bil.
Nambiar, like other economists, expects stronger inflows of FDIs in 2022. Despite the Covid-19 pandemic and the emergence of the Omicron variant, he opined that this will not hinder foreign investments.SERC executive director Lee Heng Guie
As countries come to terms with the fact that the virus would be around over the next few years, he said this would keep the pressure to forge ahead with the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR4.0) and related technologies.
Towards this end, he noted that technologies that revolve around automation, robotics and the like would see a surge in the coming year and this would attract stronger FDI inflows in Malaysia.
Socio-Economic Research Centre (SERC) executive director Lee Heng Guie is also bullish on FDI inflows next year.