Exports increased 6.7% y/y in May.

By bne IntelliNews July 5, 2012
Malaysia's exports increased 6.7% y/y in May this year, assisted by elevated shipments of electrical and electronics products, liquefied natural gas as well as refined petroleum products. As reported by Dow Jones International News, the exports were recorded at MYR 58.78bn during the period, as compared to MYR 55.09bn posted during the same period last year. The exports of electrical and electronics products, which are responsible for around a third of total exports, grew 1.1% y/y registering MYR 19.29bn during the period.

Exports increased 6.7% y/y in May.

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