|1.||Monthly Survey of Distributive Trade||Monthly|
|2.||Quarterly Survey of Services 2017||Quarterly|
|i) Food and Beverage Services||-|
|ii) Information and Communication Services||-|
|iii) Accommodation Services||-|
|iv) Transportation & Storage Services||-|
|v) Education Services||-|
|vi) Health Services||-|
|vii) Professional Services||-|
|viii) Real Estate Agents||-|
|xi) Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Services||-|
|x) Travel Agency and Tour Operator Services||-|
|3.||Economic Census 2016 - Services Sector||Once in 5 years||-|
|4.||Domestics Tourism Survey (DTS)||Monthly|
|5.||Establishments Survey on e-Commerce 2015|
|6.||Annual Survey of Services 2015|
|i) Private Education|
|ii) Hospital / Healthcare|
|v) Financial Activities|
|vi) Motion Picture, Video & Television Programme Activities, Sound Recording and Broadcasting Activities|
|xi) Cargo, Storage and Haulage|
|xii) Telecommunications Services|
|xiii) Computer & Information Services|
|xv) Water Inland|
|xix) Publishing Activities|
|xx) Scientific Research and Development; Technical Testing and Analysis|
|xxi) Others Professional|
|xxii) Other Services Activities|
|Monthly Survey of Distributive Trade 2016|
The Department of Statistics, Malaysia (DOSM) is currently conducting the Monthly Survey of Distributive Trade, 2016 commencing with reference month January 2016. This is an online submission and mail enquiry survey. Survey questionnaires are mailed to respondents at the beginning of the year and the time given to complete and return a copy of the questionnaires for each reference month is by or before the 10th of the following month (example : for reference month January 2016, the due date for submission in 10th February 2016).
The main objective of this survey is to obtain statistics from a cross section of Malaysia businesses in Distributive Trade industries. The information collected is used extensively in the production of a range of economic indicators. An example is Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which measures the economic activity in Malaysia. These statistics help the government and other organisations as well as business community in planning and decision making.
|Quarterly Survey of Services 2017|
The Department of Statistics, Malaysia (DOSM) is currently conducting the Quarterly Survey of Services 2017. Ten (10) sub-sectors were covered in the survey as per listed below:
This is an online submission and mail enquiry survey. Questionnaires are mailed to respondents at the beginning of every quarter. Time given to complete and return a copy of the questionnaires for each reference quarter is by/or before the 10th of the following month (example: for reference of first quarter 2017, the due date for submission is 10th April 2017).
The purpose of this survey is to obtain statistics from a cross section of Malaysia businesses in a wide selection of industries in services sector. The information collected is used extensively in the production of a range of economic indicators. An example is Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which measures the economic activity in Malaysia. These statistics help the government and other organisations as well as business community in planning and decision making.
|Domestic Tourism Survey (DTS) 2015|
The Department of Statistics Malaysia is conducting the Domestic Tourism Survey (DTS) 2015 with the objectives to collect data on the domestic tourist profile, travel behavior of the residents and to estimate their tourism consumption in Malaysia. The DTS was carried out using personal interview approach which involved household in the living quarters (LQ) in the selected enumeration block (EB).
|Establishments Survey on e-Commerce 2015|
Department of Statistics, Malaysia is conducting Establishments Survey on e-Commerce for 2015. This survey was first carried out by the Department of Statistics Malaysia to get the e-commerce information in Malaysia economy. Establishments Survey on e-Commerce 2015 is conducted from 1st June to August 31 August 2015 with a total number of samples 8,193 companies/businesses operating in services, manufacturing, construction, agriculture, mining & quarry, electricity & gas and the environment sector throughout the country will be covered.
The main objective of this survey is to collect complete and current information on e-commerce and this information will be used by the government to the National ICT Development Agenda and to generate the Digital Economy Malaysia. Among the data collected were income and expenses according to e-commerce by applications, category and type of customer.
The companies/businesses who are selected will be notified by mail and online questionnaire will be made available to facilitate the companies/businesses to furnish information online.
The information is gathered under the provisions of the Statistics Act, 1965 (Revised 1989). Section 5 of this Act requires all establishments operating in Malaysia to provide actual information or best estimates to the Department. The Act stipulates that the contents of the individual returns are CONFIDENTIAL and will not be divulged to any person or institution outside this Department. Meanwhile, Section 7 under the same Act provides the penalty to the respondent that could not comply with the survey undertaken.
All information furnished in the questionnaire should be in respect of the reference year 2014. However, for establishment with the accounting year is different from the reference year, reports relating to the accounting year differing by not more than six (6) months from the reference year will be accepted. If the accounts is not finalised, a reliable estimate can be accepted.