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YB Dato’ Sri Mustapa Mohamed telah mengadakan satu lawatan turun padang ke Avialite Sdn. Bhd. (Avialite) dan seterusnya merasmikan syarikat berkenaan. Ia merupakan salah sebuah syarikat pengeluar produk lampu Light Emitting Diode (LED) di Malaysia yang sedang beroperasi di Kawasan Perindustrian Gong Badak, Terengganu. Avialite merupakan salah sebuah syarikat yang telah menerima insentif kewangan daripada MITI melalui SME Corp. Malaysia di bawah Entry Point Project (EPP)-10, National Key Economic Areas (NKEA) Electrical & Electronics (E&E) bagi pembinaan kapasiti dan pensijilan antarabangsa. Bantuan yang diterima membolehkan syarikat ini menerokai pasaran ASEAN seperti Indonesia dan Myanmar. Syarikat ini berjaya membuka peluang pekerjaan baharu kepada anak-anak tempatan di Kuala Terengganu, di mana kesemua 30 orang pekerja syarikat ini adalah warga tempatan.
Di bawah Program Transformasi Ekonomi, Kerajaan Malaysia telah meletakkan EPP-10 sebagai salah satu program untuk... Read More
YB Dato’ Sri Mustapa Mohamed, Minister of International Trade and Industry at the Dialogue Session with Sarawak Electronics and Supporting Industries Companies Association (SECA). The session was moderated by YB Datuk Amar Haji Awang Tengah Ali Hasan, Minister for Industrial and Entrepreneur Development, Trade and Investment (MEITI), Sarawak and attended by SECA members including X-Fab Sarawak Sdn. Bhd, HGST Malaysia Sdn. Bhd, Comtec Solar (M) Sdn. Bhd, Toko Electronic Sdn. Bhd, Taiyo Yuden Sdn. Bhd and SEM (M) Sdn. Bhd. The session is part of YB Menteri’s continuous engagements with the industry players and a platform to exchange feedback and views on pertinent issues and suggestions for Government’s interventions. Electricity supply and environmental related issues were among key issues discussed during this session.
The Malaysian American Electronics Industry (MAEI) expects a turnaround in the global electrical and electronics (E&E) industry by 2010 with demand picking up for personal computers, disc storage systems and mobile phones as widely forecasted by major international research houses.
Exports of US electronics manufacturers in Malaysia are to register 15-20% rise in the second quarter of 2009, and another 10% in the third quarter. The increase is driven by the stimulus packages implemented by governments worldwide, especially China.
The expected increase in exports in the second quarter is also due to worldwide consolidation activities and inventory correction.
Malaysia has also benefited from the global economic crisis as some companies gained from additional activities and increased use of shared services as a result of the consolidation of overseas companies and outsourcing strategies, such as in design and development (D&D), procurement, financial services, IT and human... Read More
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 18 (Bernama) — The ministries of International Trade and Industry Ministry (MITI) and Human Resource will look into the allegations on forced labour the electrical and electronics (E&E) sector in Malaysia.
According to news report, the US Labour Department would put Malaysian on the “International Ranking on Forced Labour” watch list in December on findings from a global non-governmental organisation, Verite, on labour issues in the sector.
The US Labour Department-funded Verite highlighted several issues regarding employment in the country’s E&E sector including deceptive recruitment, poor living conditions and passport retention.
“This could be on misinformation. We will have constant engagements with the relevant authorities regarding the issues.
“It is important to have correct information and that should be corrected accordingly,” International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed told Bernama Tuesday.
“Sometimes, there... Read More