Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change, Malaysia (MESTECC)
MESTECC is the Malaysian lead ministry overseeing the green and efficient energy sector, environmental pollution control, climate change action and wealth creation through science & technology.
YB YEO BEE YIN
Minister of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change
With almost every nation on the planet participating at Expo 2020 Dubai and with the most innovative companies showcasing their best solutions for the various challenges that humanity faces, Malaysia recognises that the business opportunities that this Expo presents are huge.
In today’s time of climate action, Energising Sustainability has a vastly more encompassing and far-reaching connotation as it covers all industries in terms of balancing socio-economic progress with environmental concerns.
The design of the Malaysia Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai will reflect this theme to showcase Malaysia’s success in balancing socio-economic progress and environmental conservation to an influential international audience.
DATUK SERI DR. MOHD AZHAR BIN HJ. YAHAYA
Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change
To make a big impact in terms of opening doors for Malaysian businesses and innovators at Expo 2020 Dubai, there are over 18 ministries and supporting agencies involved that are leaving no stones unturned.
To encourage Malaysian companies to participate at the Pavilion, there are special grants for SMEs, trade unions and professional service providers engaging in international export promotional activities. Additionally, there is provision for tax exemptions for sponsors as part of public-private initiatives to encourage greater participation.
As we approach the start of Expo 2020 Dubai, we expect the Pavilion to be filled with dynamic companies, creative innovators and talented artists. We are confident that our efforts at Expo 2020 Dubai will present visitors a glimpse into all that Malaysia has to offer and further entice them to plan a trip to our country as we usher in Visit Truly Asia Malaysia 2020.