Marzuki says that relations with the country can also be improved in the areas of culture, politics, and security.
PARLIAMENT | Deputy minister points to only six small-scale foreign companies closing shop this year.
LETTER | Is the Forest City ruling a tit-for-tat between Mahathir and the Johor sultan?
The prime minister responds to Dr M's criticism of 'unbeneficial' FDI ventures.
'We can’t allow our land to be developed by foreigners, for people from their country,' says the ex-PM.
UPDATED 12.33PM | Najib points out no one is saying that the country is being sold to the Japanese.
'Investor confidence tends to rebound after the general elections,' says UOB's Lim Suet Ling
Kelantan has the least new investments in the manufacturing sector.
COMMENT | Can Najib's 'pivot to China' be used to sway votes in the next general election?
Pandan MP believes the China investments announced by PM will actually be paid for by the rakyat.
UPDATED 3.30PM | PM vows Malaysia will not lose its sovereignty under his watch at Geely-DRB-Hicom signing ceremony.
Najib cites the increase in FDI last year to show Putrajaya's economic policies are on the right track.
COMMENT | Najib's current pursuit of funding from China and Saudi Arabia akin to Dr M's 'Look East Policy'.
Over RM36.7b in foreign direct investment recorded in past years, more than double the domestic investment, says CM.
To allege a certain country invests in Malaysia to shore up support is very misguided, deputy minister says.
UPDATED 4.47PM | Minister says gov't explained 1MDB issue in Parliament to the opposition, which until now refused to listen.
FDI has been growing at 22 percent annually between 2009 and 2015, says Najib.