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Indonesia's FDI Hit A Record High RM59.8B

Indonesia’s foreign direct investment (FDI) hit a record US$19.3 billion (RM59.8 billion) last year, the highest in the region, and is expected to rise another 25 per cent this year despite the gloomy global economy.

In contrast, Malaysia only pulled in about US$10 billion (RM31 billion) last year, same as Vietnam.

So is it all the data of Malaysia investment in news paper is correct? If "No" so where come the extra money government is giving out, is it from ours own EPF?


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