Malaysia Aims For RM13 Billion In Investments At World Expo 2025

Malaysia is set to secure RM13 billion in potential investment and export value at the World Expo 2025 in Osaka, announced Investment, Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Zafrul Abdul Aziz. The nation plans to leverage the expected 28.2 million visitors to the expo.

In a comparison, Tengku Zafrul highlighted Malaysia’s success at the Dubai Expo 2021, where the country achieved RM8.3 billion in trade and investment. The event attracted 5,000 business leaders to Malaysia’s pavilion, which showcased 400 Malaysian companies.

“This provides a unique opportunity for Malaysia to showcase our unwavering commitment to sustainable development, industrial reforms, and inclusive economic growth while fostering a prosperous society for all,” Tengku Zafrul said.

Malaysia has chosen the theme “Weaving a Future in Harmony” for its pavilion, reflecting the nation’s dedication to collaboration, unity in diversity, and community interconnectedness. The pavilion will highlight advancements in sustainable agriculture, energy transition, smart living, advanced manufacturing, environmental management, and green tourism.

“We want to show how Malaysia addresses global challenges innovatively to contribute to the planet’s well-being and promote a sustainable, harmonious, and equitable future for all,” Tengku Zafrul added.

From April 13 to October 13, 2025, the Malaysian Pavilion will host a series of on-site themed weeks, exhibitions, and dialogues aimed at catalyzing positive change. Malaysia seeks to forge partnerships towards a more sustainable and equitable world, supported by key

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