Malaysia's bilateral trade with India grew 7.3% y/y in 2012

By bne IntelliNews March 19, 2013
Malaysia's bilateral trade with India grew 7.3% y/y registering MYR 41.2bn last year, regardless of a sluggish economic growth in India. As reported by Bernama, the country's exports to India increased 4.2% y/y registering MYR 29.3bn during the period, while the imports from India grew 15.9% y/y registering MYR 11.8bn. The nation's main export item was palm oil, followed by electronic and electrical products during the period, while India's main export item was refined petroleum products, followed by chemicals and chemical products.

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