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Consultant & Legislation

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Planning, formulating and implementing policies related to trade and industrial development of the country and with the appropriate government agency acting based on current MITI policies, especially involving imported goods and non-exempt materials and building products that are listed in the Fourth Schedule of the Customs (Prohibited Imports) 2012.

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Customs (Prohibition Of Imports) Order 2012 - Fourth Schedule

Goods which may not be imported into Malaysia except conforming to the Malaysian Standard and/or other standards approved by the Malaysian Authorities and in the manner provided.

That the import is accompanied by a certificate of approval or a letter of exemption issued by or on behalf of Chief Executive of Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB)

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The Department of Standards Malaysia (STANDARD MALAYSIA) is the national standards and accreditation body of Malaysia.

Established on 28 August 1996, the Department of Standards Malaysia (STANDARDS MALAYSIA) is an agency under the ambit of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI).

Over the years, STANDARDS MALAYSIA assumed a statutory role in standardisation and accreditation and in performing its duties and functions,is governed by Standards of Malaysia Act 1996 (Act 549).

 

Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA) dan Multilateral Recognition Arrangement (MLA)

Malaysia, through STANDARDS MALAYSIA has been accepted as a signatory to various regional and international arrangements.At the regional level STANDARDS MALAYSIA is a signatory to the Asia Pacific Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation Mutual Recognition Arrangement (APLAC MRA) and Pacific Accreditation Cooperation Multilateral Recognition Arrangement (PAC MLA).

As for at the international level, STANDARDS MALAYSIA is a signatory to the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation Mutual Recognition Arrangement (ILAC MRA) and International Accreditation Forum Multilateral Recognition Arrangement (IAF MLA).

• Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA)

o Asia Pacific Laboratory Accrediation Cooperation (APLAC)

o International Laboratory Accrediation Cooperation (ILAC)

• Multilateral Recognition Arrangement (MLA)

o Pacific Accrediation Cooperation (PAC)

o International Accrediation Forum (IAF)

World Trade Organisation (WTO)

Malaysia is a founding Member of the WTO by virtue of its membership in the GATT since 1957. Through active participations in WTO negotiations, Malaysia continues to ensure that trade regulations and trade measures that are negotiated are fair and provide the flexibility for Malaysia to continue its development policy.

As a trading nation, membership in the WTO has contributed to Malaysia's economic growth. The lowering of the trade barriers in the export markets and increased market opportunities has allowed Malaysia's exports to grow.

One of the major benefits enjoyed by Malaysia is the non-discriminatory treatment of Malaysian products in the markets of WTO Members. Any concessions granted by a Member to any other Member will also be accorded to Malaysia. Therefore, each material or product that is regulated will be notified as WTO information.

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