The trade partnerships that have developed over the past decade will likely evolve into long-term strategic relationships between the two countries.
Identifying and capitalising on the opportunities that this relationship presents, are expected to produce extraordinary rewards and value. Yet business and investment transactions in the Malaysia/China corridor may present a number of challenges and opportunities – from unfamiliar tax and regulatory regimes and business customs, shared service opportunities, cost optimization advantage to language and cultural differences.
Understanding these complexities is critical to expanding and deepening the Malaysia-China business relationship.
How we can help
Our Malaysia China Business Practice assists Chinese businesses to invest and grow in the Malaysian market, and assists Malaysian companies looking to enter China:
Our teams of Chinese and Malaysian professionals embrace Chinese culture and language, and possess the local knowledge required to help our clients understand and manage the many commercial and country specific challenges facing them in Malaysia and China.
We assist our clients to develop and execute transactions, and develop regional
strategies to fully capitalise and realise the business and investment
opportunities arising from China’s growth.
The GCP connects our network of over 50 local China Practices so that our clients are never far from a China expert.
KPMG's report - China Outlook 2016 finds that China's inward and outward investment patterns are reflective of the country's economic restructuring