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MALAYSIA Monthly Manufacturing, February 2014 January - February

% Change

2014

Sales Value (RM million)

96,007.70

109,133.50

13.7

Number of Employee

1,015,918

1,020,474

0.4

Salaries & Wages (RM million)

5,236.50

5,625.80

7.4

Source : Department of Statistics, Malaysia

Manufacturing Sector : Sales and Wages, Feb 2013 - Feb 2014 70 60

RM billion

50 40 30 20 10 0

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Wages

2.58

2.78

2.67

2.62

2.68

Sales

46.05

51.31

49.40

50.31

51.40

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

2.68

2.66

2.74

2.69

2.72

3.03

2.87

2.76

54.00

53.11

53.23

53.77

52.96

55.10

55.65

53.49

2013

Source : Department of Statistics, Malaysia MITI Weekly Bulletin/ www.miti.gov.my

Feb 2014

“Driving Transformation, Powering Growth”

2013


Employment and Average Salary per Employee in Manufacturing Sector, Feb 2013 - Feb 2014 ('000) 1,030

RM3,100

Employees

Average salary per employee

RM3,000

1,025

RM2,800

1,020

RM2,700 1,015

RM2,600

Average Salary

Number of Employee

RM2,900

RM2,500 1,010 RM2,400 RM2,300 Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

2013

Feb

2014

Source : Department of Statistics, Malaysia

Productivity in Manufacturing Sector, Feb 2013 - Feb 2014

Productivity in Selected Manufacturing Sector, Feb 2014 '000

('000)

RM2,000

RM56

1,885.14 RM1,800

RM54 RM1,600

RM52

RM1,400

RM50

RM1,200

RM1,000

RM48

RM800

RM46 RM600

RM44 RM400

RM42

RM200

135.38 46.01

RM40

23.71

47.93

37.39

RM0

Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb 2013

Note : Productivity refer to average sales value per employee Source : Department of Statistics, Malaysia MITI Weekly Bulletin/www.miti.gov.my

2014

Computer, electronic and optical products

Coke and refined petroleum products

Chemicals and Rubber and Motor vehicles, Electrical chemical plastic trailers and equipment products products semi trailers

“Driving Transformation, Powering Growth”

1,005


Sales, Wages and Employment in Selected Manufacturing Sector, February 2013 - February 2014 Computer, Electronic and Optical Products

('000)

Coke and Refined Petroleum Products 7,300

RM4,000

302

RM30,000

Employee Employee

300

Average salary per employee

Average salary per employee RM3,500

7,200 RM25,000

298 RM3,000

7,100

290

RM1,500

RM20,000 7,000

6,900

RM15,000

6,800 RM10,000

288 RM1,000

6,700

286

RM5,000

RM500

284

6,600

RM0

282 Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

2013

Jan

Feb

RM0

6,500 Feb

2014

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

2013

Feb

2014

11.2

180

1.1

“Driving Transformation, Powering Growth”

Sales and Wages in Selected Manufacturing Sector, Feb 2013 - Feb 2014

200

Wages

160

Sales

140

RM billion

Average Salary

RM2,000

292

Number of Employee

RM2,500

294

Average Salary

Number of Employee

296

120 100

168.4

80

165.1

2.4 3.9

60 40

64.4

20

45.6

0

Computer electronic and optical products

Coke and Refined Petroleum Products

Chemicals and chemical products

Chemicals and Chemical Products

('000)

RM7,000

Employee

Rubber and Plastic Products

('000)

39

RM2,300

152

Average salary per employee

Employee

39

RM6,000

38

RM5,000

Rubber and plastic products

Average salary per employee

150 RM2,200 148

37

RM3,000

RM2,000

144

142 RM1,900 37

RM2,000 140

36

RM1,000

36

RM0 Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

2013

Source : Department of Statistics, Malaysia

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb 2014

RM1,800 138

136

RM1,700 Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul 2013

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb 2014

Average Salary

RM4,000

Number of Employee

38

Average Salary

Number of Employee

RM2,100 146


Industrial Production Indices, 2009 - 2013 130

Industrial Production Index

125 120 115 110 105 100 95 90 85 80

Feb

IPI Manufacturing Mining Electricity

Mar

98.5 101.1 92.9 97.1

Apr

111.2 114.8 102.2 116.2

May

108.0 114.1 92.9 114.6

Jun

110.3 115.1 98.3 117.5

Jul 2013 113.2 120.3 96.3 117.1

109.6 115.3 95.4 116.3

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb 2014

109.1 114.9 95.4 111.6

111.4 120.4 90.9 111.3

115.5 125.0 93.6 116.6

113.0 119.0 99.4 112.2

115.2 121.0 101.9 114.4

111.7 115.9 102.0 111.8

105.2 111.1 91.5 105.6

Source : Department of Statistics, Malaysia

Trade with People’s Republic of China, 2012 - 2013 Exports

10

Imports

10.3 9.3

RM billion

9 8 7.1

7 6

6.0

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 2012

2013

Top 3 Exports to PRC, 2012 - 2013

RM billion

RM billion

4.5

4.7

4.0

4.2

3.5

3.6

3.0

Top 3 Imports from PRC, 2012 - 2013

4.1

3.7

3.2

3.2

2.9 2.5

2.7

Electrical and Electronic Products

2.0

1.8

Refined Petroleum Products 1.5

Manufactures of Metal

Chemicals & Chemical Products

1.7

1.2

0.7

0.8

0.9

2012

Source : Department of Statistics, Malaysia MITI Weekly Bulletin/www.miti.gov.my

Dec

Oct

Nov

Sep

Jul

2013

Aug

Jun

Apr

May

Mar

Jan

Feb

Dec

Oct

Nov

Sep

Jul

Aug

Jun

Apr

May

Feb

0.4 Mar

0.0

1.0

0.7

0.2

Jan

0.5

Machinery, appliances & parts

2.2

0.2

0.7

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

1.0

Electrical and Electronic Products

2012

2013

“Driving Transformation, Powering Growth”

11


c t s! a F g n i t s e r In t e Sales of Newspaper, 2012 - 2013 ('000)

('000)

5,000

140

Sales

Average Daily Sales

4,500 120 4,000

Number of Monthly Sales

3,000

80

2,500 60

2,000 1,500

Average Daily Sales

100

3,500

40

“Driving Transformation, Powering Growth”

1,000 20 500 0

0 Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

2012

Jul

Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

2013

Source : Various Newspaper Companies

Number of Casualties in Road Accidents, 2012 - 2013 3,000

2,500

2,000

Deaths

1,500

1,000

Injured 500

0

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

2012 Deaths

587

504

553

520

615

587

619

MITI Weekly Bulletin/ www.miti.gov.my

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

728

541

483

546

529

955

933

858

2013 667

532

612

558

563

601

532

584

Injured 1,520 1,473 1,549 1,540 1,774 1,442 1,563 1,591 1,283 1,329 1,230 1,228 1,247 1,140 1,240

Source : Royal Malaysia Police

Jun

569

563

603

636

996 1,085 1,052 1,188 1,249 1,042


Malaysian Ringgit Exchange Rate with Singapore Dollar (SGD) and Thailand Bath (THB) January 2013 - March 2014 Singapore

T hailand

Singapore Dollar (SGD)

Thai Baht (THB)

2.7

10.6 10.5

2.6

10.4 2.6

10.3

2.5

10.2

2.5

10.1 10.0

2.4

9.9 2.4

9.8

2.3

9.7

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

June

July

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

2013

Mar

2014

Source : Bank Negara, Malaysia

US$/gramme

US$/oz

gold/usd/gramme silver /usd/oz

45

30

44

28

43 42

26

41 40

24

39

22

38 37

20

36 35

18 3 jan

10 jan 17 jan 24 jan 30 jan

7 feb 14 feb 21 feb 28 feb 7 Mac 14 Mac 21 Mac 28 Mac 4 Apr 11-Apr

Source : http://www.gold.org/investments/statistics/gold_price_chart/

Aluminium, Nickel, Copper Prices, January 2013 - March 2014 20000

Aluminum

Copper

Nickel US$15,678

15000

10000

US$6,650

5000

US$1,705

0 Jan 13 Feb 13 Mar 13 Apr 13 May 13 Jun 13

MITI Weekly Bulletin/www.miti.gov.my

Jul 13

Aug 13 Sep 13 Oct 13 Nov 13 Dec 13

Jan 14

Feb 14 Mac 14

“Driving Transformation, Powering Growth�

Gold and Silver Prices, 3 January - 11 April 2014


Number and Value of Preferential Certificates of Origin (PCO’s) Value of Preferential Certificates of Origin

Number of Certificates

400

RM million

350

AIFTA

AJCEP

ATIGA

ACFTA

AKFTA

300

16 Feb 2014

704

474

246

4,101

1,519

736

250

23 Feb 2014

1,059

475

279

4,341

1,431

993

200

02 Mar 2014

756

501

201

4,940

1,361

829

09 Mar 2014

937

511

243

4,274

1,435

732

16 Mar 2014

755

391

174

4,788

1,367

754

23 Mar 2014

865

486

264

4,468

1,436

898

6 Apr 2014

801

532

287

3963

1438

716

30 Mar 2014

747

500

200

4,940

1,355

829

150 100 50 0

16 Feb

23 Feb

2 Mar

9 Mar

16 Mar

23 Mar

30 Mar

6 Apr

AANZFTA

60

91

79

96

64

83

79

107

AIFTA

105

133

104

120

81

103

104

348

AJCEP

115

118

53

110

78

80

53

86

Value of Preferential Certificates of Origin

AANZFTA: ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (Implemented since 1 January 2010)

18,000

AIFTA: ASEAN-India Free Trade Agreement (Implemented since 1 January 2010) AJCEP: ASEAN-Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership (Implemented since 1 February 2009)

16,000 14,000 12,000 RM miliion

AANZFTA

10,000 8,000

4,000 2,000 0

16 Feb

23 Feb

2 Mar

9 Mar

16 Mar

23 Mar

30 Mar

6 Apr

ATIGA

590

719

797

608

648

18,025

797

8,410

ACFTA

830

1,106

564

589

545

336

545

636

AKFTA

724

585

671

174

608

261

671

2,512

“Driving Transformation, Powering Growth”

ATIGA: ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement (Implemented since 1 May 2010) ACFTA: ASEAN-China Free Trade Agreement (Implemented since 1 July 2003)

6,000

AKFTA: ASEAN-Korea Free Trade Agreement (Implemented since 1 July 2006)

Number of Certificates MICECA

MNZFTA

MCFTA

MAFTA

16 Feb 2014 23 Feb 2014 02 Mar 2014 09 Mar 2014 16 Mar 2014

222 308 234 248 282

2 4 0 5 13

65 88 47 66 56

240 399 391 418 415

200.0

23 Mar 2014

245

2

75

311

150.0

30 Mar 2014

234

0

47

391

6 Apr 2014

230

6

45

379

Value of Preferential Certificates of Origin 450.0 400.0

RM million

350.0 300.0 250.0

100.0 50.0 0.0

16 Feb

23 Feb

2 Mar

9 Mar

16 Mar

23 Mar

30 Mar

6 Apr

MICECA

64.67

344

234

56.20

43.44

27.89

45.86

30.38

MNZFTA

0.03

0.22

0

0.11

0.26

0.02

0.00

0.17

MCFTA

8.06

14.40

47

10.74

6.70

9.78

7.31

7.23

MAFTA

13.45

48.92

391

66.47

46.14

24.77

30.12

28

MICECA: Malaysia-India Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (Implemented since 1 July 2011) MNZFTA: Malaysia-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (Implemented since 1 August 2010) MCFTA: Malaysia-Chile Free Trade Agreement (Implemented since 25 February 2012) MAFTA: Malaysia-Australia Free Trade Agreement (Implemented since 1 January 2013)

Number of Certificates MPCEPA

GSP

16 Feb 2014

815

150

131

23 Feb 2014

964

176

190

02 Mar 2014

924

216

86

09 Mar 2014

862

156

179

16 Mar 2014

804

99

128

23 Mar 2014

787

109

253

30 Mar 2014

924

216

86

6 Apr 2014

888

115

178

Notes: The preference giving countries under the GSP scheme are members of the European Union, Norway, Switzerland, Belarus, the Russian Federation and Turkey. Source: Ministry of International Trade and Industry, Malaysia MITI Weekly Bulletin/ www.miti.gov.my

Value of Preferential Certificates of Origin 1,000 900 800 700 RM million

MJEPA

600 500 400 300 200 100 0

16 Feb

23 Feb

2 Mar

9 Mar

16 Mar

23 Mar

30 Mar

6 Apr

MJEPA

125

173

924

135

141

120

194

162

MPCEPA

41

79

216

40

23

22

89

13

GSP

36

26

86

38

16

27

13

23

MPCEPA: Malaysia-Pakistan Closer Economic Partnership Agreement (Implemented since 1 January 2008) MJEPA: Malaysia-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (Implemented since 13 July 2006)


Commodity Price Trends, 17 January 2014 - 11 April 2014 106.0

3,000.0 Crude Petroleum

104.0

Cocoa SMC 2

102.0

2,000.0

98.0

SMR 20 1,500.0

96.0 Crude Palm Oil

94.0

US$/MT

US$/bbl

100.0

2,500.0

1,000.0

92.0 Scrap Iron 90.0 88.0

Iron Ore 17 Jan

24 Jan

30 Jan

7 Feb

14 Feb

21 Feb

28 Feb

7 Mac

14 Mac

21 Mac

28 Mac

4 Apr

11 Apr

94.2

97.3

96.7

97.6

100.2

103.2

102.1

102.4

98.2

99.2

101.5

100.4

104.1

SMR 20/MT

2,197.0

2,147.0

1,932.0

1,864.0

1,949.5

1,981.5

1,887.0

1,923.0

1,973.5

1,921.5

1,907.0

1,850.0

1,806.0

Cocoa SMC 2/MT

2,490.5

2,490.5

2,649.6

2,658.0

2,658.0

2,658.0

2,562.8

2,634.2

2,673.8

2,737.3

2,761.1

2,579.9

2,587.4

Crude Palm Oil/MT

858.5

856.5

855.0

860.5

869.0

906.0

929.5

954.5

982.5

952.5

950.5

950.5

913.5

Scrap Iron/MT

410.0

410.0

395.0

395.0

395.0

395.0

395.0

380.0

390.0

385.0

385.0

395.0

395.0

Raw Sugar/MT

332.5

323.8

323.0

346.5

342.8

353.5

377.8

396.0

384.5

368.5

387.8

372.3

373.8

Iron Ore/MT

170.0

170.0

160.0

160.0

160.0

160.0

160.0

150.0

145.0

150.0

150.0

150.0

150.0

Crude Petroleum/bbl

500.0

Raw Sugar 0.0

Highest & Lowest Prices, 2013/2014

Highest (US$ per bbl) 11 Apr 2014: 104.1 Sep 2013: 110.2

Crude Palm Oil (11 Apr 2014) US$913.5 per MT

Lowest (US$ per bbl) 10 Jan 2014: 92.3 19 Apr 2013: 88.1

Highest (US$ per MT) 14 Mar 2014: 982.5 15 Nov 2013: 925.0

Lowest (US$ per MT) 30 Jan 2014: 855.0 4 Jan 2013: 800.0

Weekly Commodity Prices 11 April 2014 (US$)

% Change*

2013i

2012i

2011i

Crude Petroleum (per bbl)

104.1

3.7

88.1-108.6

77.7-109.5

80.3-112.7

Crude Palm Oil (per MT)

913.5

3.9

805.5

1,000.4

1,124.0

Raw Sugar (per MT)

373.8

0.4

361.6

473.8

647.0

Rubber SMR 20 (per MT)

1,806.0

2.4

2,390.8

952.5

1,348.3

Cocoa SMC (per MT)

2,587.4

0.3

1,933.1

2,128.9

2,644.8

unchanged unchanged

485.6

444.7

491.0

Commodity

Scrap Iron HMS (per MT)

395.0 (High) 385.0 (Low)

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 Source : 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 MITI Weekly Bulletin/ www.miti.gov.my

11 April 2014 domestic prices for : 1.Billets (per MT) : RM1,775 – RM1,800 2.Steel bars (per MT) : RM2,100 - RM2,250

“Driving Transformation, Powering Growth”

Crude Petroleum (11 Apr 2014) US$104.1 per bbl


HAMIZAH BINTI DAUD 04-2625133 hamizah@miti.gov.my

ZAULIA BINTI ZAINUL ABIDIN 04-2625133 zaulia@miti.gov.my

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