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MITI Tower, No. 7, Jalan Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel: +603 - 8000 8000 Fax: +603 - 6202 9446 Daulat Tuanku SEMPENA ISTIADAT PERTABALAN KE BAWAH DULI YANG MAHA MULIA SERI PADUKA BAGINDA YANG DI-PERTUAN AGONG XV SULTAN MUHAMMAD V Merafak Sembah dan Setinggi-Tinggi Ucapan Tahniah pada hari Isnin, 24 April 2017 bersamaan 27 Rejab 1438H D.K, D.K.M, D.K. (Selangor), D.K. (Negeri Sembilan), D.K. (Johor), D.K. (Perak), D.K. (Perlis), D.K. (Kedah), D.K. (Terengganu), S.P.M.K., S.P.S.K
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  • MITI Tower, No. 7, Jalan Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel: +603 - 8000 8000 Fax: +603 - 6202 9446

    Daulat TuankuSEMPENA ISTIADAT PERTABALAN

    KE BAWAH DULI YANG MAHA MULIA SERI PADUKA BAGINDA

    YANG DI-PERTUAN AGONG XV SULTAN MUHAMMAD V

    Merafak Sembah danSetinggi-Tinggi Ucapan Tahniah

    pada hari Isnin, 24 April 2017 bersamaan 27 Rejab 1438H

    D.K, D.K.M, D.K. (Selangor), D.K. (Negeri Sembilan), D.K. (Johor), D.K. (Perak), D.K. (Perlis), D.K. (Kedah),

    D.K. (Terengganu), S.P.M.K., S.P.S.K

  • MITI Tower, No. 7, Jalan Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel: +603 - 8000 8000 Fax: +603 - 6202 9446

    MITI Weekly Bulletin | www.miti.gov.my

    Manufacturing sector PerforMance

    Source: Department of Statistics, Malaysia

    Malaysia

    feb 2017

    ExportsRM114.2b

    ImportsRM108.8b

    Trade

    17.9%

    17.3%

    RM59.4b

    Sales

    15.7%

    1,042,949

    Employment

    1.4%

    128.5

    Manufacturing Index

    6.5%

    Major Exports Major IndustryMajor Industry Major Industry

    Major Imports

    Chemicals& Chemical ProductsRM10.9b ( 26.3%)

    E&E ProductsRM49.4b ( 16.6%)

    Petroleum ProductsRM11.3b ( 65.9%)

    Machinery, Equipment & Parts

    RM12.1b ( 25.7%)Chemicals& Chemical

    ProductsRM11.9b ( 15.6%)

    E&E IndustryRM40.5b

    9.2%

    Chemicals IndustryRM34.4b 20.5%

    Metal IndustryRM9.0b 12.7%

    E&E Industry324,773 1.4%

    Chemicals Industry127,592 1.9%

    Wood & Wood Products Industry

    95,657 2.2%

    E&E Industry148.2 7.4%

    Chemicals Industry

    124.2 2.5%

    Metal Industry130.9 2.9%

    (Jan-Feb 2017) (Jan-Feb 2017) (Jan-Feb 2017) (Jan-Feb 2017)

    E&E ProductsRM37.1b ( 12.6%)

    Note: Percentage refers to y-o-y percentage change

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    Source: Department of Statistics, Malaysia

    Manufacturing trends, January 2015 - february 2017

    RM48.6b

    RM41.4b

    RM61.0b

    RM46.2bRM48.8b

    RM61.1b

    Exports, RM57.4b

    RM47.8b

    RM56.1b

    RM43.4b

    RM58.3b

    Imports, RM52.1b

    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb

    2015 2016 2017

    exPorts & iMPorts

    57.2

    52.1

    58.4

    52.9

    50.8

    54.3

    54.1

    56.2

    58.5 58.6

    55.5

    55.6

    55.3

    51.4

    58.0

    52.3

    51.8

    55.8

    52.3

    55.9

    59.1 59.760.1

    61.561.2

    59.4

    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb

    2015 2016 2017

    RM billion

    sales

    1,0

    34

    ,58

    9

    1,0

    30

    ,48

    4

    1,0

    29

    ,35

    2

    1,0

    29

    ,25

    5

    1,0

    27

    ,50

    3

    1,0

    24

    ,20

    0

    1,0

    23

    ,81

    6

    1,0

    26

    ,54

    3

    1,0

    27

    ,15

    4

    1,0

    28

    ,14

    7

    1,0

    28

    ,79

    1

    1,0

    27

    ,04

    4

    1,0

    30

    ,15

    3

    1,0

    28

    ,30

    1

    1,0

    24

    ,17

    5

    1,0

    20

    ,96

    4

    1,0

    24

    ,75

    9

    1,0

    22

    ,88

    2

    1,0

    24

    ,82

    3

    1,0

    28

    ,09

    1

    1,0

    28

    ,73

    9

    1,0

    29

    ,14

    1

    1,0

    30

    ,74

    5

    1,0

    32

    ,89

    7 1

    ,04

    4,3

    46

    1,0

    42

    ,94

    9

    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb

    2015 2016 2017

    Persons

    eMPloyMent Production index

    12

    3.5

    11

    5.5 1

    29

    .8

    12

    4.9

    12

    8.3

    13

    2.1

    12

    9.3

    12

    8.7

    13

    3.1

    13

    7.0

    12

    8.6

    13

    5.9

    12

    8.4

    12

    0.7 1

    35

    .6

    12

    8.9

    13

    2.9

    13

    8.2

    13

    3.6

    13

    4.7

    13

    8.4

    14

    2.7

    13

    7.0

    14

    1.7

    13

    4.3

    12

    8.5

    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb

    2015 2016 2017

    Index (2010=100)

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    econoMic forecast 2017

    Agriculture8.0%

    Mining & Quarrying

    8.7%

    Manufacturing22.9%

    Construction4.7%

    Services54.4% RM1,158.5 billion

    GDP by Economic Activity at Constant 2010 Prices

    Source: BNM Annual Report 2016

    1.0

    4.01.6 2.7

    4.4 4.3

    18.1

    8.06.5 4.9

    -10

    -5

    0

    5

    10

    15

    20

    2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

    Y-o-Y

    Grow

    th (%

    )

    Agriculture Mining & Quarrying Manufacturing

    Construction Services

    Economic Activity Share to GDP

    Economic Activity Growth

    Trade in GoodsBalance of Payment

    Trade in Services

    685.4 686.0 723.4

    575.8 584.8625.1

    109.6 101.2 98.4

    2015 2016 2017

    RM billion

    Credit Debit Net

    135.1 140.6148.8156.0

    163.2 172.8

    -21.0 -22.6 -24.0

    2015 2016 2017

    RM billion

    Credit Debit Net

  • MITI Tower, No. 7, Jalan Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel: +603 - 8000 8000 Fax: +603 - 6202 9446

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    International Report

    Top Five Exporters and Ranking for ASEAN Countries 2016

    International Report

    1

    2 3

    4 514 21 24 26

    118104

    85804630

    PRCU

    SAG

    erm

    any

    Japa

    nN

    ethe

    rlan

    ds

    Mal

    aysi

    a, U

    S$18

    9.4b

    Thai

    land

    , US$

    215.

    3b

    Sing

    apor

    e, U

    S$32

    9.8b

    Viet

    Nam

    , US$

    176.

    8b

    Indo

    nesi

    a, U

    S$14

    4.5b

    Phili

    ppin

    es, U

    S$56

    .3b

    Mya

    nmar

    , US$

    11.0

    b

    Cam

    bodi

    a, U

    S$10

    .0b

    Brun

    ei, U

    S$5.

    0b

    Lao

    PDR

    , US$

    3.0b

    US$

    2,09

    8.2b

    US$

    1,45

    4.6b

    US$

    1,33

    9.6b

    US$

    644.

    9b

    US$

    569.

    7b

    Top Five Importers and Ranking for ASEAN Countries 2016

    1

    2

    34 5

    16 23 2625

    138124

    87783532

    PRC

    USA

    Ger

    man

    y

    Japa

    nU

    K

    Mal

    aysi

    a, U

    S$16

    8.4b

    Thai

    land

    , US$

    194.

    7b

    Sing

    apor

    e, U

    S$28

    2.9b

    Viet

    Nam

    , US$

    174.

    2b

    Indo

    nesi

    a, U

    S$13

    5.7b

    Phili

    ppin

    es, U

    S$86

    .3b

    Mya

    nmar

    , US$

    16.6

    b

    Cam

    bodi

    a, U

    S$12

    .6b

    Brun

    ei, U

    S$3.

    1b

    Lao

    PDR

    , US$

    4.7b

    US$

    2,25

    1.4b

    US$

    1,58

    7.2b

    US$

    1,05

    4.9b

    US$

    635.

    8b

    US$

    606.

    9b

    Source: WTO Database

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    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb2015 2016 2017

    Exports 21.6 23.5 35.0 17.5 24.8 16.3 16.0 15.1 12.5 12.5 12.1 11.2 12.3 9.4 10.9 11.6 16.1 13.2 12.9 11.5 13.8 14.1 11.3 13.1 13.0 7.8Imports 73.6 83.7 100. 69.0 44.4 63.4 80.1 42.9 8.1 35.8 9.6 13.5 29.1 7.1 8.0 11.4 27.5 30.5 84.4 4.5 30.7 77.3 43.9 61.9 57.6 7.7Total Trade 95.2 107. 135. 86.5 69.1 79.7 96.0 58.0 20.6 48.3 21.7 24.7 41.4 16.5 18.9 23.0 43.6 43.7 97.3 16.0 44.5 91.3 55.2 75.1 70.6 15.6

    US$ million

    International Report

    Qatar Economic Indicators 2016Population2.6 million

    Land Area11,610 km2

    Current GDPUS$156,6 billion

    Inflation Rate3.0%

    Unemployment Rate0.2% (2015)

    Total TradeUS$89.4 billion

    (Rank: 48)

    ImportsUS$31.8 billion

    (Rank: 59)

    ExportsUS$57.6 billion

    (Rank: 45)

    Malaysia’s Trade with Qatar January 2015 - February 2017

    Source: Department of Statistics, Malaysia

    Source: IMF, World Bank, Ceicdata and WTO

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    Note: The preference giving countries under the GSP scheme are Liechtenstein, the Russian Federation, Japan, Switzerland, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Norway.

    Source: Ministry of International Trade and Industry, MalaysiaNote: * Provisional data

    Number and Value of Preferential Certificates of Origin (PCOs)

    0

    20

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    Total FOB (RM mil.) Total CO

    0

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    ASEAN-Korea Free Trade Agreement (AKFTA)

    Total FOB (RM mil.) Total CO

    0

    50

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    350

    0

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    40

    60

    80

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    ASEAN-Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership (AJCEP)

    Total FOB (RM mil.) Total CO

    0

    100

    200

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    0

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    ASEAN-India Free Trade Agreement (AIFTA)

    Total FOB (RM mil.) Total CO

    0

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    ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (AANZFTA)

    Total FOB (RM mil.) Total CO

  • MITI Tower, No. 7, Jalan Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel: +603 - 8000 8000 Fax: +603 - 6202 9446

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    Source: Ministry of International Trade and Industry, MalaysiaNote: * Provisional data

    Number and Value of Preferential Certificates of Origin (PCOs)

    0

    100

    200

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    0

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    Malaysia-Pakistan Closer Economic Partnership (MPCEPA)

    Total FOB (RM mil.) Total CO

    0

    2

    4

    6

    8

    10

    12

    14

    16

    0.0

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    Malaysia-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (MNZFTA)

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    0

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    Total FOB (RM mil.) Total CO

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    Total FOB (RM mil.) Total CO

    0

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    Malaysia-Turkey Free Trade Agreement (MTFTA)

    Total FOB (RM mil.) Total CO

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    Source : Bank Negara Malaysia

    Malaysian Ringgit Exchange Rate with Selected Countries,January 2016 - March 2017

    US Dollar

    Philippine Peso

    Vietnamese Dong

    Hong Kong Dollar

    Indonesian Rupiah

    Indian Rupee

    4.3481

    4.4393

    3.60

    3.70

    3.80

    3.90

    4.00

    4.10

    4.20

    4.30

    4.40

    4.50

    4.60

    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

    2016 2017

    RM

    USD 1 = RM

    9.15

    8.83

    8.00

    8.20

    8.40

    8.60

    8.80

    9.00

    9.20

    9.40

    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

    2016 2017

    RM

    PHP 100 = RM

    0.0194 0.0195

    0.015

    0.016

    0.017

    0.018

    0.019

    0.020

    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

    2016 2017

    RM

    VND 100 = RM

    55.8957.16

    46.00

    48.00

    50.00

    52.00

    54.00

    56.00

    58.00

    60.00

    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

    2016 2017RM

    HKD 100 = RM

    0.0313

    0.0333

    0.020

    0.022

    0.024

    0.026

    0.028

    0.030

    0.032

    0.034

    0.036

    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

    2016 2017

    RM

    IDR 100 = RM

    6.46

    6.74

    5.40

    5.60

    5.80

    6.00

    6.20

    6.40

    6.60

    6.80

    7.00

    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

    2016 2017

    RM

    INR 100 = RM

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    Notes: All figures have been rounded to the nearest decimal point * Refer to % change from the previous week’s price i Average price in the year except otherwise indicated Sources: Ministry of International Trade and Industry Malaysia, Malaysian Palm Oil Board, Malaysian Rubber Board, Malaysian Cocoa Board, Malaysian Iron and Steel Industry Federation, Bloomberg and Czarnikow Group.

    Commodity PricesCRUDE PETROLEUM (BRENT)

    -per bbl-13 Apr 2017 : US$55.9, 1.2%*Average Pricei : 2016: US$45.3 2015: US$53.6

    CRUDE PALM OIL-per MT-

    13 Apr 2017 : US$693.0, 0.3%*Average Pricei : 2016: US$702.2 2015: US$616.9

    RUBBER SMR 20-per MT-

    13 Apr 2017 : US$1,627.5, 7.3%*Average Pricei : 2016: US$1.394.5 2015: US$1.364.3

    COAL -per MT-13 Apr 2017 : US$44.1, unchangedAverage Pricei : 2016: US$45.6 2015: US$49.9

    COCOA SMC 2-per MT-

    13 Apr 2017 : US$1,424.2, 7.1%*Average Pricei : 2016: US$1,609.8 2015: US$2,077.0

    SCRAP IRON HMS-per MT-

    14 Apr 2017 : US$300.0 (high), unchanged US$290.0 (low), unchangedAverage Pricei : 2016: US$243.2 2015: US$239.6

    HIGHEST and LOWEST 2016/2017

    Highest 6 Jan 2017 : US$57.1 30 Dec 2016 : US$56.8

    Lowest

    24 Mar 2017 : US

    $50.8

    15 Jan 2016 : US

    $28.9

    Crude Petroleum

    (Brent)-per bbl-

    Highest 20 Jan 2017 : US$843.0 30 Dec 2016 : US$797.5

    Lowest

    15 Jan 2016 : US

    $545.5 7 Apr 2017 : US$

    691.0

    Crude Palm Oil -per MT-

    Domestic Prices14 April 2017

    Steel Bars(per MT)

    RM2,100 – RM2,250

    Billets(per MT)

    RM2,000 – RM2,050

    SUGAR -per lbs-13 Apr 2017 : US¢ 16.6, 1.2%*Average Pricei : 2016: US¢18.2 2015: US¢13.2

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    Sources: Ministry of International Trade and Industry Malaysia, Malaysian Palm Oil Board, Malaysian Rubber Board, Malaysian Cocoa Board, Malaysian Pepper Board, Bloomberg and Czarnikow Group, World Bank, World Gold Council, The Wall Street Journal.

    835.0

    810.0 807.0 807.0

    779.5

    740.5746.0

    739.0746.0

    725.0

    691.0 693.0

    600

    650

    700

    750

    800

    850

    27 Jan 3 Feb 10 Feb 17 Feb 24 Feb 3 Mar 10 Mar 17 Mar 24 Mar 31 Mar 7 Apr 13 Apr

    US$

    /mt

    Crude Palm Oil

    1,506.6

    1,715.8

    1,485.71,473.4

    1,502.9

    1,473.2

    1,380.31,385.3

    1,474.6

    1,568.8

    1,491.0

    1,532.4

    1,424.2

    1,300

    1,350

    1,400

    1,450

    1,500

    1,550

    1,600

    1,650

    1,700

    1,750

    20 Jan 27 Jan 3 Feb 10 Feb 17 Feb 24 Feb 3 Mar 10 Mar17 Mar24 Mar31 Mar 7 Apr 13 Apr

    US$

    /mt

    Cocoa

    20.3

    21.1

    20.420.3

    19.819.5

    18.018.2

    17.7

    16.8 16.816.6

    15.0

    16.0

    17.0

    18.0

    19.0

    20.0

    21.0

    22.0

    27 Jan 3 Feb 10 Feb 17 Feb 24 Feb 3 Mar 10 Mar 17 Mar 24 Mar 31 Mar 7 Apr 13 Apr

    US¢

    /lbs

    Sugar

    2,303.0

    2,221.02,193.0 2,183.0

    2,059.5

    2,108.5

    2,010.02,033.5

    1,902.0

    1,834.5

    1,756.0

    1,627.5

    1,400

    1,500

    1,600

    1,700

    1,800

    1,900

    2,000

    2,100

    2,200

    2,300

    2,400

    27 Jan 3 Feb 10 Feb 17 Feb 24 Feb 3 Mar 10 Mar 17 Mar 24 Mar 31 Mar 7 Apr 13 Apr

    US$

    /mt

    Rubber SMR 20

    6,900 7,088 7,113

    7,281

    6,917 6,851 6,730

    6,337

    6,085 5,965

    4,516

    3,984

    4,366

    4,605

    4,170

    3,000

    3,500

    4,000

    4,500

    5,000

    5,500

    6,000

    6,500

    7,000

    7,500

    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

    2016 2017

    USD

    / to

    nne

    Black Pepper

    * until 7 April 2017

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    1,481

    1,531

    1,531

    1,571 1,551

    1,591

    1,629 1,641

    1,589

    1,663

    1,737 1,728

    1,790

    1,861

    1,901

    1,400

    1,500

    1,600

    1,700

    1,800

    1,900

    2,000

    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

    2016 2017

    US$

    / to

    nn

    e

    Aluminium

    4,472 4,599

    4,954 4,873

    4,695 4,633

    4,865 4,759 4,716

    4,726

    5,451

    5,660 5,743

    5,941 5,825

    4,000

    4,500

    5,000

    5,500

    6,000

    6,500

    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

    2016 2017

    US$

    / to

    nn

    e

    Copper

    8,507 8,299

    8,717 8,879

    8,660

    8,906

    10,263

    10,366

    10,176

    10,251

    11,129 10,972

    9,975

    10,643

    10,205

    7,000

    7,500

    8,000

    8,500

    9,000

    9,500

    10,000

    10,500

    11,000

    11,500

    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

    2016 2017

    US$

    / to

    nn

    e

    Nickel

    53.253.8 53.9

    53.454.0

    53.3

    48.5 48.848.0

    50.6

    52.2

    53.2

    55.5

    56.8 56.7

    55.8 56.0 55.9

    51.451.8

    50.8

    52.8

    55.255.9

    40

    42

    44

    46

    48

    50

    52

    54

    56

    58

    27 Jan 3 Feb 10 Feb 17 Feb 24 Feb 3 Mar 10 Mar 17 Mar 24 Mar 31 Mar 7 Apr 13 Apr

    US$

    /bb

    l

    Crude Petroleum

    Crude Petroleum (WTI)/bbl Crude Petroleum (Brent)/bbl

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    967.0

    994.0 995.0

    1,012.0

    1,029.0

    989.0

    944.0

    954.0

    967.0

    942.0

    969.0

    977.0

    880.0

    900.0

    920.0

    940.0

    960.0

    980.0

    1,000.0

    1,020.0

    1,040.0

    27 Jan 3 Feb 10 Feb 17 Feb 24 Feb 3 Mar 10 Mar 17 Mar 24 Mar 31 Mar 7 Apr 13 Apr

    US$

    /oz

    Platinum

    320.0 320.0 320.0 320.0 320.0

    310.0 310.0

    320.0

    330.0 330.0

    300.0 300.0

    290.0 290.0 290.0 290.0 290.0 290.0 290.0

    310.0 310.0 310.0

    290.0 290.0

    260

    270

    280

    290

    300

    310

    320

    330

    340

    6 Jan 16 Jan 3 Feb 13 Feb 17 Feb 26 Feb 3 Mar 13 Mar 17 Mar 24 Mar 31 Mar 14 Apr

    US$

    /mt

    Scrap Iron

    Scrap Iron/MT (High) Scrap Iron/MT(Low)

    42.0

    47.0

    56.0

    61.0

    55.052.0

    57.0

    61.058.0 59.0

    73.0

    80.0 80.0

    89.0 88.0

    30.0

    40.0

    50.0

    60.0

    70.0

    80.0

    90.0

    100.0

    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

    2016 2017

    US$

    /dm

    tu

    Iron Ore

    16.8

    17.5

    17.7

    18.0

    18.4

    17.8

    17.1

    17.3

    17.6

    18.2

    18.4

    18.6

    15.5

    16.0

    16.5

    17.0

    17.5

    18.0

    18.5

    19.0

    27 Jan 3 Feb 10 Feb 17 Feb 24 Feb 3 Mar 10 Mar 17 Mar 24 Mar 31 Mar 7 Apr 13 Apr

    US$

    /oz

    Silver

    38.1

    39.1

    39.5

    39.9

    40.3

    39.4

    38.7

    39.5

    40.1 40.0

    40.7

    41.3

    36.0

    37.0

    38.0

    39.0

    40.0

    41.0

    42.0

    27 Jan 3 Feb 10 Feb 17 Feb 24 Feb 3 Mar 10 Mar 17 Mar 24 Mar 30 Mar 6 Apr 13 Apr

    US$

    /oz

    Gold

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    Announcement

    Final Determination of Safeguard Investigations with Regard to the Imports of Steel Concrete Reinforcing Bar (Rebar)

    and Steel Wire Rods & Deformed Bar in Coils (Swr & Dbic) into Malaysia under the Safeguards Act 2006

    The Government initiated two (2) safeguard investigations on imports of Steel Concrete Reinforcing Bar (REBAR) and Steel Wire Rods & Deformed Bar in Coils (SWR & DBIC) on 28 May 2016 and 29 May 2016 respectively based on petitions filed by Malaysia Steel Association (MSA) on behalf of the domestic industry. The Petition alleged that the increased importation of both products into Malaysia had seriously injured the domestic industry.

    In accordance with Section 25 of the Safeguards Act 2006, the Government made a final determination to impose definitive safeguard duties on imports of REBAR and SWR & DBIC for the period of three years as follows: i) REBAR:

    ii) SWR & DBIC:

    For SWR & DBIC, the definitive safeguard duties will exclude:

    1. products with carbon content of 0.60% or more, or diameter greater than 16.0 millimetres;

    2. products imported for the end-usage purposes of automotive, electrical and electronic, oil and gas; and

    3. DBIC imported for the end-usage purposes of earthquake proof construction industries of all grades and specifications.

    Duration Definitive Safeguard Duty 14 April 2017 – 13 April 2018 13.42% 14 April 2018 – 13 April 2019 12.27% 14 April 2019 – 13 April 2020 11.10%

    Duration Definitive Safeguard Duty 15 April 2017 – 14 April 2018 13.90% 15 April 2018 – 14 April 2019 12.90% 15 April 2019 – 14 April 2020 11.90%

    Source: Ministry of International Trade and Industry, Malaysia

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    Announcement

    EU Tariff and Non-Tariff BarriersThe EU is a Customs Union with its 28 member countries forming a single territory for customs purposes. It all applies a common customs tariff for goods imported from outside the EU and goods that have been legally imported can circulate throughout the EU with no further customs checks.

    The import duties, import quotas and other related rules and regulations are devised, agreed and decided upon at EU level with inputs from individual member states. They constitute the legal framework for the ‘Internal European Market’. Malaysian companies interested in exporting their products to the EU should take note of all tariffs and trade regulations which are in place in the EU, which are same throughout the EU.

    Tariff Classification:

    Non-Tariff Barriers:

    Legislation Description of Barrier RemarksTARIC The EU Integrated Tariff (TARIC) provides information

    on all measures relating to EU trade policy and customs tariffs applicable to specific goods in the EU (incl. tem-porary suspension of duties, antidumping duties, quota, etc.).

    (http://ec.europa.eu/taxation_customs/dds2/taric/taric_consulta-tion.jsp?Lang=en)

    TARIC gives Malaysian manufacturers the exact tariff information of their products.

    No. Legislation Description of NTBs Remarks1 CE marking CE marking is a part of the EU’s

    harmonisation legislation and it is a mandatory conformity marking for certain products sold within the European Economic Area (EEA).

    (https://ec.europa.eu/growth/single-market/ce-marking_en)

    This is manufacturer’s declaration that the product complies with the essential requirements of the relevant European health, safety and environmental protection legislation.

    2 Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH)

    REACH sets requirements for manufacturers in the EU and importers of chemicals and products containing chemical substances. Registration is compulsory for related products.

    (http://ec.europa.eu/environment/chemicals/reach/reach_en.htm)

    The system covers all chemicals, such as:

    those used in industrial processes, and also those we encounter in our everyday lives. i.e. cleaning products, paints, clothing, furniture and electrical appliances.

    Safe Online Banking Practices by Bank Negara Malaysia

    You may click on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIMfG9rcmO8&feature=youtu.be to view the video which provides tips on staying safe while doing online banking.

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    3 Environmental Requirements

    Goods imported into the EU must meet the EU environmental requirements to protect consumers and the environment.

    (http://exporthelp.europa.eu/thdapp/display.htm?page=rt%2frt_EnvironmentalRequirements.html&docType=main&languagedId=en)

    The main requirements can be classified in the following sectors:

    • Chemicals;• Ozone-depleting substances

    (ODS);• Fluorinated greenhouse

    gases, Endangered species; and

    • Wastes.4 Technical requirements Goods imported into the EU

    must meet the EU technical requirements to protect consumers.

    (http://exporthelp.europa.eu/thdapp/display.htm?page=rt%2frt_TechnicalRequirements.html&docType=main&languageId=en)

    The main requirements can be classified in the sectors:

    • Product safety, Technical standardisation,

    • Packaging; and• Labelling.

    5 EU Customs Code: The Economic Operator Registration and Identi-fication (EORI)

    EORI code is a unique identifier, assigned by a customs authority in an EU country to all economic operators (both companies and individuals) engaging in activities covered by EU customs legislation.

    Importers established outside the EU will be assigned an EORI the first time they lodge:

    • a customs declaration• an entry summary declaration

    (ENS)• an exit summary declaration

    (EXS)

    (http://exporthelp.europa.eu/thdapp/dis-play.htm?page=rt/rt_EUImportProcedures.html&docType=main&languageId=EN)

    The EORI number must also be quoted in the framework of approval procedures conducted by the Federal Office of Economics and Export Control and/or the Federal Agency for Agriculture and Food. It is also required for recording the import turnover tax payable to the tax office as accessed via the paperless ATLAS IT procedure.

    6 Sanitary and phytosanitary requirements

    Goods imported into the EU must meet the EU sanitary and phytosanitary requirements to protect human and animal health.

    (http://exporthelp.europa.eu/thdapp/display.htm?page=rt%2frt_SanitaryAnd-PhytosanitaryRequirements.html&docType=main&languageId=en)

    The main requirements can be classified in the sectors: Food and feed safety, Animal health, Plant health and Public health.

    7 Entry Summary Declaration (ENS)

    The ENS declaration contains advance cargo information about consignments entering the EU. It must be lodged at the first customs office of entry into the EU by the carrier of the goods (by the carrier of the goods, although in some cases it can be done by the importer-consignee, or a representative of the carrier or importer) - even if the goods are not going to be imported into the EU (transit).

    The ENS requires information contained in documents originating with the exporter (bill of lading, commercial invoices, etc.).

    These documents need to reach the party responsible for lodging the declaration on time.

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    8 Marketing standards Goods imported into the EU must meet specific standards concerning quality.

    • Marketing standards for agricultural and fishery products

    • Production and labelling of organic products

    (http://exporthelp.europa.eu/thdapp/dis-play.htm?page=rt%2frt_MarketingStand-ards.html&docType=main&languageId=en)

    The EU countries conduct documentary and physical checks to ensure that imported products comply with the marketing standards, i.e. agricultural and fishery products supplied fresh; and a strict certification process for producing and marketing organic products with labels and logos on the EU market.

    9 EU Directives on the imports of fishery products Directive 2006/88/EC

    Aquaculture and aquaculture products imports into the EU must comply with animal health requirements and the exporting establishments must be approved by the Commission before the consignment arrives at EU entry points.

    (https://ec.europa.eu/food/animals/live_animals/aquaculture_en)

    The EU Food and Veterinary Office (FVO) undertakes inspection visits to approve such establishments.

    10 Directive on batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators

    This directive applies to all bat-teries and accumulators sold or imported into the EU including automotive, industrial and port-able batteries.

    (http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2006:266:0001:0014:en:PDF)

    The main purpose of this directive is to protect the environment by restricting the sale of batteries and accumulators that contain mercury or cadmium (with an exemption for emergency and alarm systems, medical equipment and cordless power tools) and by promoting a high level of collection and recycling.

    11 Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive

    The Directive requires Malaysian exporters to register relevant products with a national WEEE authority or arrange for this to be done by a local partner.

    (http://ec.europa.eu/environment/waste/weee/index_en.htm)

    The WEEE Directive was revised on 4 July 2012, where the scope of products was expanded to include all E&E equipment. This revised scope will come into force on 14 August 2018.

    12 Restriction of Hazard-ous Substances (RoHS)

    The ROHS Directive imposes restrictions on the use of certain chemicals in E&E equipment where manufacturers must self-certify that their products are compliant.

    (http://ec.europa.eu/environment/waste/rohs_eee/index_en.htm)

    The revised Directive in 2013 will include medical devices, monitoring and control equipment in addition to all other E&E equipment once the transition period has ended on 22 July 2019.

    13 Cosmetics Regulation This notification regulation requires that the responsible persons and, under certain circumstances, the distributors of cosmetic products submit through the Cosmetic Products Notification Portal (CPNP) some information about the products they place or make available on the European market.

    (https://ec.europa.eu/growth/sectors/cosmetics_en)

    On 11 March 2013, the EU imposed a ban on the placement on the market of cosmetic products that contain ingredients that have been subject to animal testing.

    Sources: MITI Brussels MATRADE (in EU Member States)

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