The Statistical Handbook of Malaysia, 2019 presents basic statistical information on selected topics of interest, with the aim to provide users with an easy reference on the demographic, social and economic trends in Malaysia. Key data and infographics are given at the beginning of the handbook to further assist users in understanding the basic socio-economic trends of the country.Release Date : Thursday 31, October 2019 1200
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Indicators, Malaysia, 2018 is the first report of SDG Indicators for Malaysia.Release Date : Tuesday 29, October 2019 1200
A total of 223 tables encompassing 12 topics under Social and 8 topics under Economics have been compiled as important references for government agencies, private sector, business community, academics, researchers as well as individuals in measuring social wellbeing as well as economic achievements at the national, state and district levels.Release Date : Thursday 08, August 2019 1430
Annual Economic Survey 2018 recorded gross output value of RM2,834.6 billion in 2017 compared to RM2,489.5 billion in 2015, translating into an average annual growth rate of 6.7 per cent. In line with the growth in gross output, the value of intermediate input also increased by RM190.2 billion to record RM1,696.6 billion, with annual growth of 6.1 per cent and thus resulting a value added of RM1,138.0 billion for the year of 2017.Release Date : Wednesday 26, June 2019 1200
Value of gross output of economic sectors covered in reference year 2017 recorded an annual growth rate of 6.5 per cent compared to 2015Release Date : Thursday 31, January 2019 1200
The value added of the energy and utilities industry increased 3.9 per cent per annum to RM189.4 billion in 2015 as compared to 2010.Release Date : Wednesday 28, November 2018 1200
The participation of women in business is growing in 2015 with an annual growth rate of 8.0 percent.Release Date : Friday 22, December 2017 1700
The principal statistics of the overall economic sector in 2015 showed significant growth. This is in line with the Gross Domestic Product where the findings of Economic Census 2016 showed an increase in the value added from RM0.7 trillion in 2010 to RM1.0 trillion in 2015. Value of gross output increased 7.5 per cent per year from RM1.7 trillion in 2010 to RM2.5 trillion in 2015. Manufacturing sector was the main contributor to the value of gross output of RM1.1 trillion, followed by Services (RM964.7 billion), Construction (RM177.9 billion), Mining & quarrying (RM131.1 billion) and Agriculture (RM73.9 billion).Release Date : Friday 22, December 2017 1700
Establishments which are engaged in Halal products and services employed 346 thousand workers in 2015Release Date : Tuesday 19, December 2017 1700
Main Findings Economic Census 2016 - MyState StatisticsRelease Date : Tuesday 19, December 2017 1700
Findings of the census revealed that in 2015, there were 907,065 SMEs operated in Malaysia, made up of 98.5 per cent to the total. In five years period, there was an increase of 268,275 establishments with annual growth rate of 7.3 per cent. Services remained the largest SMEs contributor at 89.2 per cent, led by Wholesale & Retail Trade (51.2%) and Food & Beverages (20.4%).Release Date : Friday 29, September 2017 1200
Economic Census 2016 indicated 903,818 establishments operating in 2015. This number of establishments in Malaysia increased as compared to 662,939 in 2010 (EC 2011) with an annual growth rate of 6.4 per cent.Release Date : Thursday 11, May 2017 1200
In 2013, Malaysia’s merchandise trade recorded the share of exports of 28.1 percent and imports 26.7 percent between the ASEAN Member states (AMSs).
The exports shares to AMSs of 28.1 percent was the highest followed by China (13.4%) and Japan (11.1%).