Malaysian exports and trade surplus increase

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Malaysian exports and trade surplus increaseFor the 161st month in a row, Malaysia’s exports and trade surplus has continued to grow in March.  Exports hit a record high of RM64.06 billion, which is about 7.8% of last March’s tally, and the trade surplus registered at RM13.52. Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed made the announcements May 6th.

MITI also showed how exports have risen 3.5% in the first quarter of 2011 compared to the last quarter of 2010.  The increase can be attributed to “higher exports of electrical and electronic (E&E) products, refined petroleum products, palm oil, crude rubber as well as chemicals and chemical products.” Overall trade increased by 9.6%.

 

 

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For the 161st month in a row, Malaysia’s exports and trade surplus has continued to grow in March.  Exports hit a record high of RM64.06 billion, which is about 7.8% of last March’s tally, and the trade surplus registered at RM13.52. Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed made the announcements May 6th. MITI also showed how exports have risen 3.5% in the first quarter of 2011 compared to the last quarter of 2010.  The increase can be attributed to “higher exports of electrical and electronic (E&E) products, refined petroleum products, palm oil, crude rubber as well...

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Malaysian exports and trade surplus increaseFor the 161st month in a row, Malaysia’s exports and trade surplus has continued to grow in March.  Exports hit a record high of RM64.06 billion, which is about 7.8% of last March’s tally, and the trade surplus registered at RM13.52. Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed made the announcements May 6th.

MITI also showed how exports have risen 3.5% in the first quarter of 2011 compared to the last quarter of 2010.  The increase can be attributed to “higher exports of electrical and electronic (E&E) products, refined petroleum products, palm oil, crude rubber as well as chemicals and chemical products.” Overall trade increased by 9.6%.

 

 

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