The Malaysian-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MGCC) is the first choice for Malaysian and German businesses.


With over 400 members representing the Malaysian and German business communities, we are a channel with strong network for you to expand your business.


In Malaysia, DEinternational helps its customers to be successfully active in a dynamic environment and consults them on the many incentives offered to the foreign investors.


From social to business-centric, MGCC offers you platforms to broaden your network and explore opportunities in the Malaysian-German business community.

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Being a reliable partner for companies both from Malaysia and Germany, we offer excellent services to our members and clients. These services are custom tailored to the needs of the private sector in order to benefit most from the many advantages both Malaysia and Germany have to offer. Especially for small and medium-sized companies wishing to enter a foreign market, we offer bespoke solutions through our service brand DEinternational.

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As a member of MGCC, you benefit from numerous advantages in our extensive network. Since 1991, we have been a strategic partner for companies wanting to grow their business in Malaysia. As representatives of the German economy in the country, we are the link between relevant government agencies, institutions and decision-makers of both countries. And with our growing membership base, we are not only the largest bilateral European Chamber of Commerce in Malaysia, but also have a significant economic weight that we use to represent the interests of our members.

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Short term visa in Malaysia

German nationals will obtain a visa on arrival for tourism or business purposes (such as attending meetings, conferences, seminars etc.) for a period of up to 90 days. Nationalities who require a visa prior entering Malaysia, have to apply for a Short Term Social Visit Pass at the respective Malaysian embassy. Such a pass is issued for the purpose of tourism, business meetings, seminar attendance or sport competitions. Any form of employment in Malaysia is strictly prohibited under a visa on arrival or Short Term Social Visit.

For more information please see here.

GDVT Program

The German Dual Vocational Training (GDVT) Program was successfully implemented in 2014 based on German training standards, a combination of 30% theoretical and 70% practical training. At the moment, we offer two commercial based practical trainings in Malaysia: Industrial Management, Logistics Operation Management and Mechatronics. School leavers with SPM, STPM or equivalent certificate, and a good command in English are encouraged to apply online here

For more information about the German Dual Vocational Training Programme in Malaysia, please contact:

Josef Tschoep, Head of Department Kuala Lumpur

Sascha Kuhn, Head of Department Penang

Kumaran Nair, Project Officer - GDVT

01.11.2018 - Ritz – Carlton, Pacific Place, Jakarta

16th Asia-Pacific Conference of German Business

07.12.2018 - Venue TBC

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MGCC Perspectives

Read the latest issue of MGCC Perspectives online.

Previous issues can be read here.

Job Market

With our job exchange program Job Market we are bringing companies and job seekers together. The Job Market platform is an efficient source for domestic and international talents, and the preeminent platform for reaching professionals with a German background.

For more information please contact Sabiene Bingel-Faller.