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Malaysia’s economy expanded at 5.9 % in the fourth quarter 2017

National Accounts

Malaysia Economy 2017

In 2017, Malaysia’s economic performance improved at 5.9 per cent from 4.2 per cent in the previous year.

Release Date : Thursday 17, May 2018 1200

Malaysia Economic Performance First Quarter 2018

In the first quarter of 2018, Malaysia’s economy continued its momentum by registering a growth of 5.4 per cent (Q4 2017: 5.9%). On a seasonally adjusted quarter- on-quarter, the GDP for first quarter of 2018 grew 1.4 per cent.

All sectors posted a positive growth with a turnaround in Mining and quarrying sector. Services and  Manufacturing sectors remained as the anchor to the expansion in the first quarter of  2018. On the expenditure side, Private Final Consumption Expenditure and net exports were the key drivers.

Release Date : Thursday 17, May 2018 1200

The Performance of State's Economy, 2017

Malaysia's economic performance expanded to 5.9 per cent in 2017 as compared to 4.2 per cent in 2016. This performance was supported by a better growth recorded by most states in Malaysia. The growth was driven by the increase in manufacturing and services as well as rebound in the agriculture sector. 

Release Date : Tuesday 08, May 2018 1200

Social Accounting Matrix 2014

Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) integrates the economic and social statistics in a single framework. SAM presents the distribution of income and expenditure in a balanced structure within the factors of production and institutions, namely households, financial & non-financial corporations, government and rest of the world. 

Release Date : Monday 20, November 2017 1200

Capital Stock Statistics 2016

Net Capital Stock (NKS) which represents the wealth of Malaysia's economy increased to RM2.2 trillion and grew by 4.2 per cent.

Release Date : Tuesday 07, November 2017 1200

Small and Medium Enterprises Gross Domestic Product (SMEs GDP) 2016

The performance of SMEs GDP outpaced the Malaysia GDP in 2016 with a growth of 5.2 per cent compared to Malaysia GDP which stood at 4.2 per cent. Value added of SMEs at constant 2010 prices was RM405.5 billion (2015: RM385.6 billion). In nominal terms, SMEs GDP registered a value of RM463.2 billion, an increment of RM34.2 billion compared to 2015.

Release Date : Thursday 21, September 2017 1200

Tourism Satellite Account 2016

Tourism Industry in Malaysia continues to expand in 2016 with the contribution of 14.8 per cent (RM182.4 billion) to the economy. In terms of growth, Gross Value Added of Tourism Industries grew at 9.4 per cent and the growth was impelled by retail trade industry, food & beverage and accommodation.

Release Date : Friday 15, September 2017 1200

GDP by State, 2010-2016

This publication presents the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for year 2010 to 2016  for all  the  states  in  Malaysia. This report contains annual estimates data by economic activities at constant 2010 prices based on production approach. In line with the changes at the national level, estimates for year 2014 was finalised based on latest annual surveys and other sources. GDP 2015 is a revised data while 2016 is a preliminary data.


Release Date : Wednesday 06, September 2017 1200

Gross Domestic Product Income Approach 2010-2016

Contribution of Compensation of Employees to Malaysia's economy expanded to 35.3% with a growth of 7.7% surpassing the growth of GDP which increased at 6.3% in 2016.

Release Date : Thursday 27, July 2017 1200

Gross Fixed Capital Formation 2010 - 2016

Gross Fixed Capital Formation (GFCF) rose to 2.7 per cent stimulated by a better growth in Services and sustained momentum in Manufacturing. Nevertheless, the contraction in Mining & Quarrying has influenced the investment performance in 2016. The fixed asset investment was continuously led by the Private sector. Meanwhile, Structure was the main driver for type of assets.

Release Date : Wednesday 26, July 2017 1200

Final National Accounts Statistics, 2005

Final National Accounts Statistics (FNAS) 2005 provides a new benchmark for Malaysia’s economic statistics. The benchmarking includes the statistics that are used for the purpose of rebasing The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and Producer Price Index (PPI)

Release Date : Friday 28, January 2011 1405