EMIS Insights | Malaysia Infrastructure Sector Report 2021-2022

What does this sample report offer? 

There are some signs that Malaysia is weaning itself from its appetite for big infrastructure. Since 2018, Malaysia has entered an uncustomary spell of political instability leading to two changes in government, only one of which was decided through the electoral process. The political instability has led to questions about the continuity of government policies, leading to reticence to commit to long-term infrastructure projects.


This report provides a comprehensive sector overview, with this sample providing access to:


  • An executive summary with sector overview
  • Quality of transport infrastructure, electricity supply and logistic services
  • Private investment in infrastructure 
  • Main investment projects
  • M&A top deals and infrastructure from 2019 through to Q2 2021

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