哈希牛牛源码（www.hx198.vip）_Malaysia nets RM48 billion foreign investment in 2021
,Economic activities are gradually recovering from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic in Malaysia, says the chief statistician. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Seth Akmal, June 17, 2022.哈希牛牛源码（www.hx198.vip）采用波场区块链高度哈希值作为统计数据，游戏数据开源、公平、无任何作弊可能性，哈希牛牛源码开放单双哈希、幸运哈希、哈希定位胆、哈希牛牛等游戏源码下载、出售。
MALAYSIA recorded RM48.1 billion in net foreign investments last year compared with only RM13.3 billion the previous year, said the Statistics Department.
It also recorded RM19.7 billion in investment abroad in 2021 from the RM10.2 billion in 2020.
Foreign direct investment (FDI) position registered a higher value of RM788.8 billion as at the end of last year.
Chief Statistician Mohd Uzir Mahidin said economic activities are gradually recovering from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Based on the United Nation World Investment Report, FDI inflows to developing countries in Asia increased by 19% to US$619 billion (RM2.7 trillion) last year.
“Malaysia recorded RM48.1 billion in foreign investments in 2021, the highest since 2016,” said Uzir in a statement.
He said the manufacturing sector expanded by RM22.5 billion to record RM29.5 billion in net inflows last year, claiming the largest flows in FDI.
The sector attracted 61.4% of total investment, particularly in the electrical and transport equipment sub-sectors.
The services sector came in second, followed by mining.
Uzir said Asian countries continue to be top sources of FDI in Malaysia, which recorded RM22.5 billion in net inflows last year, mostly from Japan, Singapore and South Korea.
As at the end of 2021, Asia was the predominant source of FDI with RM413.1 billion, followed by Europe (RM207.7 billion) and the Americas (RM153.0 billion).
FDI increased by RM103.9 billion and accumulated to RM788.8 billion as at the end of last year.
The services sector remains the largest recipient at 49.2%, or RM388.4 billion, driven by financial and wholesale activities. The manufacturing sector came in second (42.2%). – Bernama, June 17, 2022.