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Intel & Malaysia
Transcript of Intel & Malaysia
US MNC Profile
Company Name: Intel (IC companies)
Headquarters location: Santa Clara, California, USA
Founded: July 16, 1968
Business: Semiconductor chip
The company slogan: Look Inside.
Annual turnover: $ 53.34 billion (2013)
Number of employees: 105000 (2013)
Founder: Noyce, Gordon Moore, Andy Grove
Incumbent CEO: Paul Otellini
Country Economic Assessment
Thursday, March , 2014
US MNC Profile
Country Political Risk Assessment
Country Technology Assessment
Country Legal Assessment
1 with the development with smart phone more and more client of intel change to ARM(competitor from UK)
2 Computers and peripherals is expected to record positive volume growth in both business and retail over the forecast period
1.Common Law: Unwritten law, which can be found in case decisions. This is known as the common law or case law.
2.Civil Law: personal laws governing Muslims and laws relating to religious offense.
3.Islamic Law: It only applies to Muslims.
4. Possible Stakeholders to consider
a. Corporate tax& Withholding tax
b. the lack of patent protection
d.Foreign companies are not allowed to be registered as a sole proprietor of Malaysia.
Very brief recent history of MNC..
Intel & Malaysia
People of Malaysia are made of Malays,Chinese and Indian.
Malay is the majority of the population in Malaysia, so the Malay culture national culture is the backbone of Malaysia
On the ruins of the 1969 race riots in Malaysia, Malaysia create a more tolerant society, mosques, Christian churches and Chinese temples in many cities is a very full illustration
Malaysia has one of the most well-developed infrastructure in Asia.
■Network of highways
■Efficient Seaports (Kuantan Port.)
■Developed Industrial Parks
Possible Stakeholders to consider
■ Focus on developing the ICT industry
■ Digital Malaysia initiative
■ Shortage of labor
■ Increased Internet penetration
■ Technical Cooperation with China
■ Increasing cybercrime
■ Poor implementation of intellectual property rights
Strategic Decision Models
Strategic Analysis Recommendation
Information about Malaysia
Capital: Kuala Lumpur
Major cities: Ipoh, Penang
National Day: 8/31/1957
National Anthem: “My Country”
Country Code: MAL
Office language: Malay
Money: Ringgit Malaysia
Time Zone: UTC+8
Political System: Constitutional Monarch and parliamentary system
Density of population: 86/KM2(2010)
Major Nation: Malay and Chinese
Religion: Muslin, Buddhism, Hinduism and Christian
National Territorial Area: 329,847KM2
GDP Total: $2,87.943 billion(2011)
System of Law: Common Law
Weather: Tropical Rainy Climate
• United Malays National Organization
• Corruption and other Bureaucratic Obstacles
• Policy Uncertainty Would Weigh on Growth
Political Risk: Moderate
• Government policy
•Cheap raw materials
•Economy dependent on external demand
•Very high stock of bank credit to private sector
•Transportation risk（sea rover，war，submerged rock and so on）
Economic Risk: Moderate
• Since it became independent in 1957,
Malaysia has become a regional manufacturing
center, services provider, and
off-shore financial center. Malaysia has
sought to boost domestic demand, however
exports remain the driver of growth.
• Inflationary pressures have eased
recently and are forecasted to remain
contained for 2013 due to weaker global
growth prospects. With a stable outlook
Bank Negara Malaysia is unlikely to change
monetary policy in the near-term.
• Weak demand for its exports could
dampen Malaysia’s growth, but its outlook
remains strong due to increasingly robust
domestic demand and investment.
Key monetary indicators
Inflation in Malaysia was under 2% during 2002–04 but shot up to 3.61% in 2006. In 2007, the government's monetary
policy faced the dual challenge of inflationary pressures arising from global commodity and food prices. There was an
increased risk to growth arising from unstable global financial markets. However, the existence of administered and
controlled prices for selected food items and petrol and petroleum-related products reduced the impact of global price
pressures on Malaysian domestic prices to some extent. The average inflation rate in 2007 was 2%, which increased to
5.44% in 2008. The country witnessed inflation of 0.62% in 2009, which again went up to reach 1.70% in 2010. In 2011
the rate of inflation increased to 3.19%.
As of November 2012, the benchmark interest rate is 3%. It was increased by the BNM for the first time in May 2011, by
a cumulative margin of 25 basis points, to 3%. The statutory reserve requirement level was increased from 2% to 3%.
there are so many different religions in Malaysia