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A significant portion of the Malaysian economy is based on international trade. Malaysia has consistently reported trade surpluses since 1998, owing mostly to an increase in exports of electrical and electronic items. The most significant trade surpluses were reported with Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, and the United States, while the most significant trade deficits were recorded with China and Taiwan in the same year.

A higher than expected figure should be seen as positive (bullish) for the MYR while a lower than expected figure should be seen as negative (bearish) for the MYR.

Category:  Balance of Trade
Units: Billion
Impact: Low
Currency: MYR
Latest Release
Previous: MYR17.4B
Consensus: MYR17.2B
Actual: MYR17.3B
Next Release
Date: Oct 19, 04:00
Time left: 14 days
Consensus: MYR10B