Facts
Monday, 30 August 2010
The Financial Services sector has increased its share in GDP from 9.2% in 2000 to 11% in 2008. Over the last three years, the growth in the finance... Read more...
ICT
Monday, 30 August 2010
Connectivity in Malaysia is not high: broadband penetration is below that of Poland, the Czech Republic, Greece and Hungary. Between 2007 and 2012,... Read more...
Monday, 30 August 2010
Malaysia has the opportunity to create an additional value of about RM9-11 billion over the next decade, which contributes approximately 12.1% to the... Read more...
Monday, 30 August 2010
Less than 1 % of all energy in Malaysia is renewable. Only 2/3 of the population of East Malaysia is connected to the state energy grid.The... Read more...
Thursday, 22 July 2010
Less than 1 % of all energy in Malaysia is renewable Only 2/3 of the population of East Malaysia is connected to the state energy grid net The... Read more...

EUMCCI

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EEGT Committee

EUMCCI's Environment, Energy and Green Technology (EEGT) Committee held its first meeting on the 1st October 2009.

MISSION

To create awareness concerning environmental matters and green/clean energy issues via policy making processes and facilitating the interaction with government officials about the structure, the regulations and the prospects of the sector.

PROJECTS FOR 2011

  • Provide its members with information as well as create awareness concerning environmental matters and green/clean energy issues.
  • Function as a forum, where members exchange experiences, information and share issues of concern/problems.
  • Have regular meetings and dialogues with opinion leaders or highly-ranked Government officials involved in environmental and energy policy making processes and address our members about the structure, the regulations and the prospects of the sector.
  • Address issues of concern with the relevant Government authorities for further action through our Position Paper, lobbying and face-to-face interaction with Government officials.
  • Facilitate trade, business opportunities and investment for EU companies in Malaysia as well as Malaysian companies.


To read or download the EEGT Committee's 2010 Position Paper, Click Here

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