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PM Anwar’s Visit to Tanjung Malim Signals Progress in High-Tech Valley; Tesla Malaysia HQ Set to Complete in October

Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim has announced his upcoming visit to the Tanjung Malim Automotive High-Tech Valley alongside representatives from the Chinese automobile manufacturer Geely. The purpose of this visit is to oversee the implementation of various significant projects within the high-tech valley, reaffirming the commitment to turn announcements into tangible realities. Anwar also shared optimistic news, stating that Tesla’s Malaysia headquarters in Cyberjaya is on track to be completed by the end of this month. These developments were revealed during the Prime Minister’s Question Time session in the Dewan Rakyat.

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In an effort to demonstrate his dedication to fostering investment and development in Malaysia, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has revealed his plans to visit the Tanjung Malim Automotive High-Tech Valley, accompanied by representatives from Geely, a prominent Chinese automobile manufacturer. The visit aims to oversee and advance various major projects within the high-tech valley, countering any skepticism surrounding the realization of announced initiatives.

Anwar further highlighted encouraging news regarding the Tesla Malaysia headquarters in Cyberjaya. He confirmed that Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, has provided assurance that the headquarters’ construction is progressing as scheduled and is expected to be completed by the end of the current month.

Responding to a query posed by PKR’s Gopeng MP, Tan Kar Hing, regarding investments resulting from his work visits, Anwar cited significant potential investments discovered during his visit to New York. These potential investments are estimated to be worth up to RM47 billion, encompassing additional investments from Boeing. Anwar emphasized the strategic significance of Malaysia’s role in aircraft component production for both Boeing and Airbus, particularly in Negeri Sembilan.

Anwar also noted that investments were forthcoming from tech giants Google and medical technology company Medtronic. During his official trip to New York the previous month, Anwar engaged with prominent multinational corporations, including Google, Boeing, Medtronic, and Siemens Healthineers, all of which expressed their intentions to expand their operations and investments in Malaysia. Additionally, Anwar held discussions with representatives from 15 Fortune 500 companies based in the United States, including Airbnb, Amazon, Amazon Web Services, ConocoPhillips, and Kimberly-Clark, further strengthening Malaysia’s ties with global industry leaders.