Tajikistan’s Investment Climate and Goods Presented in Malaysia

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On December 9, the Embassy of Tajikistan in Malaysia in collaboration with the Malaysian International Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MICCI) held a Business Forum attended by more than 50 entrepreneurs from 30 Malaysian companies.

In her speech MICCI President Christina Tee spoke about the wide range of opportunities for cooperation between Tajikistan and Malaysia and called on Malaysian entrepreneurs to contribute to the development of economic relations between the two countries.

Tajikistan is ready to consider the possibility of allocating land plots for Malaysian entrepreneurs in the Kulob free economic zone.

Ambassador of Tajikistan Ardasher Kodiri noted that the government of Tajikistan has taken targeted measures to improve the business environment and create favorable conditions for foreign investors, declaring the development of entrepreneurship and investment a priority direction of the country’s economic policy.

He noted that in recent years Tajikistan has been included in the list of Ten Reformer Leaders, and has improved its position in the ranking of Doing Business in terms of business registration, taxation, as well as credit and international trade.

Representatives of business circles and companies of Malaysia can also enjoy tax benefits and all types of investment incentives in Tajikistan.

Further, Kodiri presented a detailed presentation on the broad opportunities for investment in various sectors of the Tajik economy, including in hydropower, oil and gas, industry, mining and processing of minerals, production, processing and export of agricultural products, aluminum, tourism, as well as infrastructure projects.

The event included an exhibition of Tajik goods and crafts. The Tajik Embassy also provided information about national products and manufacturers, and presented samples of products from domestic companies such as Siyoma, Barakat Isfara, Amiri, Vitamins of Tajikistan, Shirin, and others.

Source: National information agency of Tajikistan