RAK is looking to attract Malaysian investments
Dubai: Ras Al Khaimah Free Trade Zone is trying to attract Malaysian investments by highlighting business-friendly opportunities offering a cost-efficient and business solution zone. Today, RAK FTZ is a home to over 7,500 companies from more than 100 countries and across 50 business sectors.
This zone is an ideal gateway for businesses to expand their companies into the Middle East, Africa and Europe, said Peter Fort, the CEO of RAK FTZ. Registration of new companies with us went up by nearly 30 per cent last year, indicating a robust growth.