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Work in Malaysia

Our participative guide will help you find out more on the work market and the legal framework in Malaysia.

Setting up a business in Malaysia

As a central business hub in South-East Asia, Malaysia attracts foreign investors from across the world. Thanks to its extensive transport networks, the country is well-connected and deemed to be an accessible base from which to do business — particularly for those in the manufacturing, services or export industry.

Are you a student or a recent graduate that wishes to gain experience in your chosen field, at the same time as ...

Subang Jaya is in the Petaling District of the state of Selangor, just over a 20-minute drive from Kuala Lumpur. As the ...

Seremban lies about one hour south of Kuala Lumpur in the south-west of Peninsular Malaysia, and is the capital of the ...

If you wish to work in Malaysia, it's important to be aware of the job market and conditions. Immigration ...

Home to the iconic 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers and the 421-metre-high KL Tower, the dazzling skyline of Kuala Lumpur ...

Klang, also spelled Kelang, is a busy port town that lies on the Klang River in the state of Selangor, which is on the ...

Johor Bahru is Malaysia's second biggest city, and its strategic location is ensuring its rapid development. It is ...

Ipoh is the capital of the state of Perak and is often seen as a quiet, mid-sized city that has fewer career ...

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