08 Feb 2018, Waratthapoom Buarapha, EMIS Editor
Malaysia to see greater capital inflow from Chinese investors in 2018
Sarkunan Subramaniam, managing director at Knight Frank Malaysia, informed the Malaysian Reserve that state-owned companies in the mainland are making more investments in port and rail infrastructure in Malaysia in order to enhance the country’s connectivity with China. According to the latest report published by Knight Frank, Chinese investment in Malaysia’s real estate sector from September 2013 to October 2017 amounted to US$2.37 billion, making the country the sixth greatest beneficiary of the Belt and Road Initiative.
Meanwhile, Allan Sim, capital markets ED at Knight Frank, has predicted that industrial and mixed-used assets will be buoyed by the rising interests from Chinese manufacturers that are planning to set up production facilities in Malaysia.
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