EXPORT PROMOTION STRATEGIES

Report
MALAYSIA
YOUR DOING
BUSINESS
BUSINESS PARTNER
WITH
MALAYSIA
Roma
29 May 2013
Rome
May 30, 2013
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Snapshot of World Growth in 2012
COUNTRIES
GDP GROWTH 2012 (%)
WORLD
3.2
Advanced Economies
1.3
USA
2.3
Euro Area
-0.4
Japan
2.0
Emerging Market and Developing
Economies
5.1
Developing Asia
6.6
China
7.8
India
4.5
Singapore
2.1
Thailand
5.6
Indonesia
6.0
Malaysia
5.6
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KEY HIGHLIGHTS
• Strong growth of 5.6% amid challenging
external environment
• Robust domestic demand underpinned by
strong investment and consumption activity
• Low headline inflation of 1.6%
• Resilient external position
• Capital flows remain well intermediated
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Malaysia’s Trade Performance
2011 and 2012
Value : US Billion
450
2%
400
350
300
250
-0.3%
4.9%
200
150
100
-24.2%
50
0
Exports
Imports
Total Trade
Trade Balance
2011
228,29
187,64
415,93
40,65
2012
227,62
196,81
424,43
30,80
Compiled by : MATRADE
Source : DOSM
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ASIA’S SHARE OF MALAYSIA’S TRADE
STRENGHTHENS
EASTERN
EUROPE
0.9% share
EU
9.8% share
NORTH
AMERICA
8.8% share
AFRICA
2.1% share
LATIN
AMERICA
2.4% share
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ASIA
71.7% share
OCEANIA &
AUSTRALASIA
4% share
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COMPOSITION OF EXPORTS IN 2012
Agricultural Goods
14.9%
Others
to US 26.06 bil.
US 2.04 bil.
(11.4% share)
(0.9% share)
Mining Goods
13.6%
US 47.16 bil.
(20.7% share)
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Manufactured
Goods
US 152.72 bil.
(67% share)
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IMPORTS BY MAJOR PRODUCTS IN
2012
E&E Products
US 56.82 bil.
(28.8% share)
Others
US 71.22 bil.
(39% share)
Machinery,
Appliances & Parts
US 17.16 bil.
(8.7% share)
Transport
Equipment
US 12.73 bil.
(6.5% share)
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Petroleum
Products
US 16.17 bil.
(8.2% share)
Chemical &
Chemical Products
US 16.89 bil.
(8.6% share)
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Malaysia’s Exports to Italy
2012
Value Euro million
Fats And Oils
US 288,82 million
30% share
Others
US 227,33 million
23% share
Optic-Med Instr
US 30,10 million
3% share
Mineral Fuel, Oil Etc
US 30,35 million
3% share
Rubber
US143,09 million
15% share
Tin & Articles Thereof
US 33,39 million
3% share
Electrical Machinery
US 104,02 million
11% share
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Machinery
US 112,63 million
12% share
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Malaysia’s Imports from Italy
2012
Value Euro million
Machinery
US 513,77million
31% share
Others
US 466,93 million
27% share
Pharmaceutical Products
US 50,58 million
3% share
Vehicles, Not Railway
US 51,68 million
3% share
Optic-Med Instr
US 65,45 million
4% share
Iron/Steel Products
US 91,60 million
5% share
Electrical Machinery
US 384,02 million
22% share
Aircraft,Spacecraft
US 87,62
5% share
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Malaysia-Italy Bilateral Trade
2003-2012 Value: US million
6.000,00
5.000,00
4.000,00
3.000,00
2.000,00
1.000,00
2003
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2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
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Trade in Services
(Jan – Sept 2012)
US27.83
billion
EXPORTS
UP
5.7%
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US59.14 billion
US31.31 billion
IMPORTS
UP
13%
TRADE
UP
9.5%
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WHY
MALAYSIA?
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THE ASEAN FACTOR
Highest Export Growth Compared with Other
Regional Markets
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ASEAN ECONOMY
INDICATORS
Source : ASEAN Secretariat, DOSM and IHS Global Insight
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GDP GROWTH rates (%)…
Country
Brunei
2010 2011 2012 2013
F
2.6
2.2
1.6
1.6
Cambodi
a
Indonesia
6.0
7.5
6.5
6.4
6.3
6.5
6.3
6.6
Lao PDR
8.1
8.0
8.3
7.1
Malaysi 7.2
a
5.1
5.6 5.0/6
.0
Myanmar
10.4
5.0
10.6
5.9
Source: ASEC database
*2012 forecasts are official
figures (low end of
forecasts)
2013 projections from IMF,
WEO2012
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ASEAN ECONOMIC
INTEGRATION
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ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY
• The AEC will make ASEAN more
attractive to foreign direct investments,
with a market larger than many other
regional groupings and countries in the
world
• The AEC is a significant stimulus to
regional production, linkages and
competitiveness
• Provides a platform for SMEs to venture
into export market
• Stimulates expansion of intra-regional
trade and intra-regional investment
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GLOBAL GROWTH CENTERS
Source: ASEAN Secretariat (2011 figures)
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SINGLE MARKET AND
PRODUCTION BASE
Tariff/Import
Duties
Movement
of Labour
Movement
of Capital
Services
Investment
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TARIFF/IMPORT DUTIES
ASEAN Trade in Good Agreement (ATIGA)
• ASEAN-6
:
Import duties eliminated by
1 January 2013
• Exclusion
:
Very limited
• CLMV
:
Import duties are between
0-5%. Total elimination by 1
January 2015, with some
exceptions
• Special arrangements for rice and sugar for
Indonesia and The Philippines.
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FREE FLOW OF SERVICES
Signed in 1995
- to enhance and strengthen
cooperation among service
suppliers in ASEAN; and
- progressively liberalise trade in
services among ASEAN countries
through reduction / elimination of
restrictions.
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LEVERAGING ON FTAs
Trade
5.8% to US270.30 billion from US257.08 billion
China
US 58.64
bil.
India
US 13.36
bil.
Chile
US US
0.35 bil.
Japan
US US
47.18 bil.
Malaysia
New
Zealand
US 1.96 bil.
ASEAN
US 116.28
bil.
Australia
US 14.19
bil.
Pakistan
US 2.12
bil.
Korea
US 16.22
bil.
IMPLICATION TO LOCAL BUSINESS

Enhance competitiveness and efficiency by
expanding domestic production facilities for the
larger markets:
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