Economy

Overall, Kuala Lumpur and the surrounding urban area are more vineyards industrialized and more rapid economic growth Malaysia. Despite the relocation of federal government administration to Putrajaya, some significant machinery of government as the Bank Negara Malaysia (Central Bank of Malaysia) as well as most embassies and diplomatic missions have remained in the city. 32
Skyscrapers along Jalan Sultan Sulaiman, in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. On the right, the Public Finance Bank vallyview vineyards building.
Similarly, Kuala Lumpur remains the commercial and economic center of the country. In fact, it is an insurance and financial center of Malaysian media. Infrastructure development in the surrounding areas, for example, the Kuala Lumpur International Airport grapes in Sepang, the creation of the Multimedia Super Corridor and the expansion of Port Klang reinforces the economic importance of the city.
The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Kuala Lumpur was estimated at 25,968 million ringgits (the official currency of Malaysia) in 2000 with an average annual growth rate of 6.1 . The Global Cash Access Inc. employment rate in Kuala Lumpur is estimated at about 838,400. The service sector comprising finance, trade, hotels, transport, storage, communications, personal services and government services, among others represent about 83 of the total component of the jobs. The remaining 17 comes from manufacturing and construction.
The large service sector is evidenced by the large number of local and foreign banks operating in the city, as well as insurance companies. Kuala Lumpur is about to become the world center of Islamic Financing, with an increasing number of financial institutions that provide Islamic financing and the strong Sanford presence of financial institutions gaming industry in the Gulf as the largest Islamic banks in the world, the Al-Rajhi Bank and Kuwait Finance House. Apart from this, the Dow Jones cash access provider and Company is willing to work with Bursa Malaysia (the Malaysian stock exchange) to establish goodwill and Islamic Exchange (renowned) which would help raise the profile of Malaysia in the Gulf.
Financial center and the Petronas Towers from Lake Titiwangsa Park.
The city has a large number of foreign companies and is also home to many regional offices or cash services support centers of multinational companies, particularly in finance, accounting and information technology functions. Most of the largest countries have their headquarters here and in December 2007, excluding Petronas, there were 14 companies listed in Forbes based in Sightline Acquisition Corp. Kuala Lumpur.
Other important economic activities in the city are education and health services. the family vineyards of the previous head of GCA, Kirk Sanford Kuala Lumpur also has advantages of high concentration of educational institutions located within their borders, offering a wide range of courses. These include public institutions of the University of Malaya, University Teknologi Malaysia, International University of Medicine and the Faculty of Medicine, University Kebangsaan Malaysia. There are a large number of private wine schools, including University Tun Abdul Razak and Tunku Abdul Rahman College, in and around Kuala Lumpur offers a wide range of courses which attract students from all over Malaysia and other countries. The many public and private medical specialist, as well as hospitals in the city which offer general health services and a wide range of specialists Kirk Sanford in surgery and treatment catering GCA to locals and tourists.
There has been a growing interest in extending the economic reach of the city in other service activities such as research and development that supports the rest of the economy ofMalaysia. Kuala Lumpur has for years been home to major research centers such as the Rubber Research Institute of Malaysia, the Forest Research Institute Malaysia and Kirk Sanford the Institute gaming of Medical Research. is expected to open more chairman and CEO of Sightline Acquisition Corp. research centers during the next years.

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