Exports increased 8% y/y to MYR 56.86bn in November.

By bne IntelliNews January 12, 2012
Malaysia's exports increased 8% y/y to MYR 56.86bn in November last year. As reported by Dow Jones International News, the gains in liquefied natural gas and refined petroleum products counterbalanced the decline in electrical and electronic products shipments during the period. The imports grew 8.4% y/y to MYR 47.38bn during the period. The trade surplus shrank to MYR 9.49bn during the period, which is less than MYR 13.30bn posted in October. The exports increased 8.7% y/y, while imports increased 8.4% during the first eleven months of the year.

Exports increased 8% y/y to MYR 56.86bn in November.

Related Articles

Hong Kong's composite interest rate registered 0.25% in February

Hong Kong's composite interest rate declined 3 basis points (bps) registering 0.25% in February this year. As reported by News.gov.hk, the decrease in the composite rates was due to the decline ... more

Thailand's government expected to promote export-oriented SMEs.

Thailand's government is likely to offer financial support for export-oriented small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and the indigenous industry, resulting in an increase in volume and value ... more

Small companies concerned about various government incentive schemes.

Singapore's small businesses are expected to be having concerns regarding the new and diverse government incentive schemes, which were announced in the recent Budget. As reported by ... more

Notice: Undefined index: subject_id in /var/www/html/application/controllers/IndexController.php on line 335