SEMINAR TEROKAI PASARAN CHINA “PACING ENORMOUS OPPORTUNITIES IN CHINA” 1 JUNE 2011 MITI PUTRAJAYA. OUTLINE. Map of China. Facts and Figures 2009. Source: MITI. Malaysia’s trade with china. Malaysia’s Bilateral Trade with China.
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Average Growth Rate of Malaysia-China Total Trade = 22.42%
Total Exports: RM 80,595.1 million
Total Imports: RM 66,432.9 million
Malaysia’s largest global trading partner in 2010 with total trade amounting to RM 147.0 billion. As of January 2011, total trade with the China has reached RM 12.0 billion.
Malaysia’s largest source of imports in 2010 with the value of RM66.43 billion
Malaysia’s second largest export destination after Singapore. Despite the global economic crisis, Malaysia’s export to China registered double digit growth of 14.5 percent valued at RM80.60 billion in 2010.
China’s largest trading partner among ASEAN countries since 2008.
China’s 8th largest import source in 2010.Malaysia’s Bilateral Trade with China
"We are keen to import more frozen durian from Malaysia and more rubber, electronics and palm oil. We also like to encourage increased imports of halal products, automotive parts and consumer electronics items from China,"
-Premier WenJiaBao said when delivering his keynote address at the Malaysia-China Economic Trade and Investment Cooperation Forum on 28 April 2011
The full implementation of CAFTA on 1 January 2010 led to elimination of more than 90 percent of product tariffs by China and ASEAN-6
Food and Beverages (three in one coffee, bird nest, confectionary, organic products, chocolates and chocolates based products, seasoning, fresh fruits)
resin, synthetic fiber and synthetic
rubber and engineering plastics
(highways, bridges, ports, airports,
transportation system, residential,
commercial and public buildings)
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1. Malaysia – Country of Honour
2. Commodities Pavilion at Hall 5 – Led by MATRADE ( 2,900 sq.m)
- Government agencies present in China
ICT, Facility Management, Education, Environmental Services, Financial Services etc)
3. Pavilion “City of Charm” (270 sq.m):
Eligible activities are participation in:
1. International Trade Fairs,
International Trade Events for Fashion Designers
2. Trade and Investment Missions (TIM)
3. Specialized Marketing Missions (SMM)
4. Industry Related International Conferences
5. Malaysia Export Exhibition Centre (MEEC)
Eligible activities for trade related associations are:
Organize International Trade Fair, Trade and Investment Mission (TIM) & Specialized Marketing Mission (SMM); and
2. Participation in International Trade Fair, Trade and Investment Mission (TIM) & Specialized Marketing Mission (SMM).
MATRADE’s Upcoming Events in June By Exporters’ Development Unit