Sabah’s strategic location in the South China Sea and its diverse ethnic population, has made the state an attractive investment destination. Its economic development has been driven by agriculture, palm oil, tourism, mining and manufacturing.
Sabah’s Vision 2025 will turn the state into a resource-based manufacturing location of choice in Asia, while petroleum, palm oil and cacao will remain its most exported commodities. Besides agriculture, Sabah’s tourism industry has become an important contributor to its economy.
The path to economic growth and rejuvenation for Sabah has been paved by interests and investments from investors, both local and foreign. The Roundtable will discuss and showcase the multitude of trade and investment opportunities in the state.
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WIEF Roundtable, Kota Kinabalu 2020