Malasiya Import Data
Malasiya Import Data
Malaysia is famous for Petronas Towers which once was the tallest building in the world, country stated in south-east Asia, it shares a maritime border with Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia, known to be the newly industrialized market economy. Malaysia is famous for its diversity of religions, races, and cultures.
Malaysia has a population of 33 Million with 4 groups of communities living there, Majorities of them are Bumiputras, and then Chinese, Indians and others. Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia, known for Petronas Towers which is considered to be one of the recognizable landmarks.
Its Economy is the 4th largest in southeast Asia, with a GDP of 365 Billion, and was recorded at 11637.32 US dollars per capita in 2020 which makes it rank 35 in the world economy. It Ranks 21 in Exports, with 236 billion Export in Total. Its Import was worth 22,887 million in the last year with the rank 24 in which chemical, electronic products and petroleum were the main Imports.
Malaysian Imports bounced 50.3% year-on-year to MYR 78.6 Bn in May 2021, beating market agreement of 50.1% addition, and after a 24.4% ascent in the earlier month, in the midst of the Covid pandemic.
Below are the products Malaysia Imported from the world -
|Integrated Circuits||Refined petroleum||Crude Petroleum||Coal Briquettes||Iron Ore|
|Coal, Tar, Oil||Office machine parts||Semi-Conductors Devices||Machinery having individual functions||Printed circuit boards|
|Computers||Gas Turbines||Low Voltage protection equipment||Electrical Transformers||Valves|
|Centrifuges||Electrical Batteries||Insulated Wires||Electric Wires||Air Pumps|
|Electrical Capacitors||Other Electrical Machinery||Microphones and Headphones||Blank Audio Media||Transmissions|
|Electric generating sets||Lifting Machinery||Air Conditioners||Metal Molds||Refrigerators|
|Telephone||Broadcasting Accessories||Industrial Printers||Excavation Machinery||Electrical Control Board|
|Liquid Pumps||Other heating Machinery||Spark Ignition Engine||Rubber machinery||Electric Heaters|
|Video Displays||Electric Power Accessories||Metal Machine Parts||Electric lighting and signalling equipment||Engine parts|
|Ball Bearings||Audio Alarms||Batteries||Video recording equipment||Large construction vehicles|
|Carbon Based Electronics||Washing and Boiling Machinery||Electro Magnets||Electrical Resistors||Combustion Engine|
|Cranes||Electrical Ignition||High voltage protection equipment||Liquid dispersing machine||Radio Receiver|
|Other Engines||Electric Furnaces||Stone Processing Machinery||Forging Machines||Motor working tools|
|Transfer Machines||Steam Boilers||Sewing Machine||Electrical Parts||Papermaking Machinery|
Top Trade Partners
Below are the Countries Malaysia is a partner with -
|South Korea||Indonesia||India||Hong Kong||UAE|
|Aruba||Guatemala||Australia||New Zealand||South Africa|
Relations with India
India-Malaysia has been close and amicable. There have been ordinary Summit level trades and gatherings, the latest of which were the visits by Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh to Malaysia from 26 to 28 October 2010 and, prior to that very year, the visit to India in January 2010 of Malaysia's Prime Minister Mohd Najib.
Malaysia is the nineteenth biggest Investor in India with aggregate FDI inflows esteemed at US$618.37 million.
More than US$6 billion Malaysian speculations likewise come as media communications, medical care, banking and development projects. There are over 100 Indian organizations, including 60 Indian joint endeavors working in Malaysia. Likewise, there are 60 Indian IT organizations working in Malaysia. IRCON International Ltd. has been occupied with the advancement of rail routes in Malaysia since 1988, and it is as of now executing a twofold following undertaking (Seremban–Gemas) worth more than US $1billion.