Analysis of Key Sectors of Malaysia: Agriculture, Manufacturing, Financial Services, Oil and Gas, ICT, Aviation, Wholesale and Retail, Tourism and Healthcare Along With Production and Consumption Data 2017 - 2022

  • ID: 4388839
  • Country Profile
  • Region: Malaysia
  • 141 pages
  • Mordor Intelligence
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Malaysia is one of the few developing countries in the Asia pacific region which has used its abundant natural resources to grow sustainably. From being a major exporter of raw materials the country has diversified in to other aspects of the economy. Taking a major share in the exports market is the manufacturing sector with almost 60% of the total exports. In the year 2014, Malaysia saw a slowdown in private investments and government expenditure; however, surge in exports boosted the GDP to grow at 6% year-on-year. The GDP of the region recorded USD 312.44 billion with a GDP per capita of USD 6990.While agriculture and Mining account for 9% of GDP each, services is the largest accounting for 54% of GDP followed by manufacturing which takes 25% of GDP. Despite of fallen global oil prices and lower energy export prices, we see the growth rate to slow down to 4.7% in 2015 and pick up pace to touch 5% in 2016. The country with the introduction of Economic transformation program aims to increase Gross National Income (GNI) to USD 482 billion by 2020.

The unemployment rate in Malaysia is 2.9% as of 2014 and the upper middle income country succeeded in eradicating poverty from 50% in 1960 to less than 1.0% in 2012. The Malaysian country abolished the sales and services tax and introduced GST in 2015, fixed at 6%. With the introduction of GST, the prices of goods and services are expected to go up and with tighter credit access; the public consumption expenditure is expected to slowdown, while private consumption and investment continues to grow.

Malaysian Investment Development authority (MIDA) has identified 12 key economic areas which include Agriculture, Infrastructure and Communication, Electronics & Electrical, Oil Gas & Energy, Tourism, Wholesale and Retail and Healthcare. With the aim to become the regional hub for oil and gas, Malaysia has facilitated global players like Aker Solutions, FMC, Halliburton, Cameron, Technip, Schlumberger and Baker Hughes to set up their operations in the country while providing technical expertise in the areas of engineering, technology, outsourcing requirements and skill developments. 60% of the Malaysian GDP is attributed to the domestic consumption and the wholesale and retail economic area is expected to get the required boost for the sector to contribute RM 156 billion and 454,190 jobs by 2020. The country which saw an industrial production growth rate of 7.5% in 2010 decelerated and is estimated to grow at 4.3% in 2015. The decline was mainly attributed to sectors of mining, and electricity and manufacturing sectors. Another key growth sector for Malaysia is in aerospace with the country’s target to become the preferred global aerospace outsourcing centre. In the Ease of doing business ranking improving to 18 from 20 the previous year, Malaysia is on the track to achieve “developed nation” status by 2020.

Drivers:
  • stable labour force, strong financial institutions, stable political scenario and a private consumption with a registered growth rate of 7.8% are expected to drive the Malaysian economy.
Restraints:

The consumption expenditure was accelerated ahead of the imposition of Good and services tax. However, post introduction of GST, the public consumption is expected to decelerate. High household debts are also expected to be the reason for the consumer tightening their pocket strings. Also, the global glut in oil prices is also expected to reduce its exports. This will result in reducing the reserves coming from energy related revenues, thus forcing the government to cut back on its expenditure in order to maintain its fiscal deficit.
  • stabilization of the US economy, depreciation of ringgit, and tourism industry are expected to help in the economy reaching a growth rate of 6%.
This Report Offers:

This report will contain micro & macro factors that affect Malaysia’s market on both Global and Regional scale. It will provide insights pertaining to specified topics and key drivers & restraints for the market particular to each mentioned sector and sub-sector. The report will identify factors instrumental in changing the market scenarios, rising prospective opportunities and identification of key companies which can influence the market on a global and regional scale.

It also contains competition analysis on global & regional scale providing region specific assessments. Competitive landscape will contain profiles of multiple companies along with their strategic initiatives and market shares. Finally, it offers a comprehensive list of key market players along with the analysis of their current strategic interests and key financial information.
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1. Introduction
1.1 Report Description
1.2 Research methodology
1.3 Definition of the Market
1.4 Areas covered
2. Executive Summary
3. Key Findings of the Study
4. Market Overview
5. Introduction
6. Economic Indicators
6.1 GDP
6.2 GDP Growth
6.3 Inflation rate
6.4 Interest Rate
6.5 Unemployment Rate
6.6 Fiscal Deficit
6.7 Current Account Deficit
7. Market Segmentation
8. Investment Opportunities
9. Market Dynamics
10. Agriculture Market
10.1 Drivers
10.1.1 Increasing Population
10.1.2 Rising Disposable Income
10.1.3 Increase Exports of Palm Oil and Rubber
10.1.4 Changing Consumer Trends
10.1.5 Economic Growth
10.2 Restraints
10.2.1 Food Import Bill
10.2.2 Land Consolidation
10.3 Opportunities
10.3.1 Hub for Halal Food Production
10.3.2 Financial Credit System
10.3.3 Agriculture Training Programs
11. Manufacturing Market
11.1 Drivers
11.1.1 Increasing Population
11.1.2 Increasing Private Investment
11.1.3 Advanced Technologies
11.1.4 Changing Consumer Trends
11.1.5 Economic Growth
11.2 Restraints
11.2.1 High Fiscal Deficit
11.2.2 Low Public Expenditure
11.3 Opportunities
11.3.1 Non Commodity Exports
11.3.2 Foreign Investments
11.3.3 Domestic Consumption
12. Financial services Market
12.1 Drivers
12.1.1 Political Stability
12.1.2 Increasing Private Investment
12.1.3 Investment Banking Activities
12.1.4 Changing Consumer Trends
12.1.5 Economic Growth
12.2 Restraints
12.2.1 High Fiscal Deficit
12.2.2 Currency Availability
12.2.3 Limitations on types of Investors
12.3 Opportunities
12.3.1 Serving needs of High Income Population
12.3.2 Personal Finance Literacy
12.3.3 Islamic Finance
13. Oil and Gas Market
13.1 Drivers
13.1.1 Increasing Population
13.1.2 Increased Private Investment
13.1.3 Advanced Technologies
13.1.4 Tax Incentives
13.1.5 Economic Growth
13.2 Restraints
13.2.1 Global Volatility in Oil Prices
13.2.2 Matured Market
13.2.3 Japans Recovery of its Nuclear Reactors
13.3 Opportunities
13.3.1 Domestic Consumption
13.3.2 Hydroelectricity Potential
13.3.3 Sustainable Energy Developments
14. Information and Communication Technology Market
14.1 Drivers
14.1.1 Increasing Population
14.1.2 Implementation of GST
14.1.3 Advanced Technologies
14.1.4 Government Expenditure on R&D
14.1.5 Economic Growth
14.2 Restraints
14.2.1 Broadband Charges
14.2.2 Cloud Adoption
14.2.3 Regional Demographic Challenges
14.3 Opportunities
14.3.1 Infrastructure Expansion
14.3.2 GST Training
14.3.3 Implementation in Business Services
15. Aviation market
15.1 Drivers
15.1.1 Increasing Population
15.1.2 Rising Disposable Income
15.1.3 Advanced Technologies
15.1.4 Changing Consumer Trends
15.1.5 Economic Growth
15.2 Restraints
15.2.1 Capacity growth
15.2.2 Aggressive Pricing
15.2.3 Slowdown in Passenger Growth
15.3 Opportunities
15.3.1 Increase in Tourists
15.3.2 Decreasing Oil Prices
16. Wholesale & Retail Market
16.1 Drivers
16.1.1 Increasing Population
16.1.2 Rising Disposable Income
16.1.3 Advanced Technologies
16.1.4 Changing Consumer Trends
16.1.5 Economic Growth
16.1.6 Slowdown in Oil Prices
16.2 Restraints
16.2.1 Slow Economic Growth
16.2.2 Introduction of GST
16.2.3 High household debts
16.3 Opportunities
16.3.1 Growing Consumption
16.3.2 Non Commodity Exports
16.3.3 Growing Tourism
16.3.4 Low Taxes
17. Tourism Market
17.1 Drivers
17.1.1 Increasing Population
17.1.2 Rising Disposable Income
17.1.3 Changing Consumer Trends
17.1.4 Economic growth
17.2 Restraints
17.2.1 Slow Economic Growth
17.2.2 Introduction of GST
17.2.3 High Household Debts
17.3 Opportunities
17.3.1 Increased Tourist Spending
17.3.2 Government focussing on NKEA
17.3.3 Medical Tourism
18. Healthcare Market
18.1 Drivers
18.1.1 Ageing Population
18.1.2 Increased Private Investment
18.1.3 Advanced Technologies
18.1.4 Changing Consumer Trends
18.1.5 Economic Growth
18.2 Restraints
18.2.1 Slow Economic Growth
18.2.2 Introduction of GST
18.3 Opportunities
18.3.1 Government focus on NKEA
18.3.2 Medical Devices Market
19. Industry Value Chain Analysis
20. Industry Attractiveness – Porter’s 5 Force Analysis
21. Industry Policies
22. Agriculture Market
22.1 Summary
22.2 Key Findings
22.3 Production
22.4 Consumption pattern
22.5 Major Companies
22.6 Herbal products
22.6.1 Key Findings
22.6.2 Major Companies
22.6.3 Technologies in Place
22.6.4 Trends in Production
22.6.5 Government Regulations
22.6.6 New Developments
22.6.7 Upcoming Companies and projects
22.6.8 Imports (countries)
22.6.9 Exports (countries)
22.6.10 Prices
22.7 Edible bird's nests
22.7.1 Key Findings
22.7.2 Major Companies
22.7.3 Technologies in Place
22.7.4 Trends in Production
22.7.5 Government Regulations
22.7.6 New Developments
22.7.7 Upcoming Companies and projects
22.7.8 Imports (countries)
22.7.9 Exports (countries)
22.7.10 Prices
22.8 Palm Oil & Rubber products
22.8.1 Key Findings
22.8.2 Major Companies
22.8.3 Technologies in Place
22.8.4 Trends in Production
22.8.5 Government Regulations
22.8.6 New Developments
22.8.7 Upcoming Companies and projects
22.8.8 Imports (countries)
22.8.9 Exports (countries)
22.8.10 Prices
22.9 Other Products
22.9.1 Key Findings
22.9.2 Major Companies
22.9.3 Technologies in Place
22.9.4 Trends in Production
22.9.5 Government Regulations
22.9.6 New Developments
22.9.7 Upcoming Companies and projects
22.9.8 Imports (countries)
22.9.9 Exports (countries)
22.9.10 Prices
22.10 Market demand to 2020.
23. Manufacturing Market
23.1 Summary
23.2 Key Findings
23.3 Production
23.4 Major Companies
23.5 Automobile Market
23.5.1 Key Findings
23.5.2 Major Companies
23.5.3 Technologies in Place
23.5.4 Trends in Production
23.5.5 Government Regulations
23.5.6 New Developments
23.5.7 Upcoming Companies and projects
23.5.8 Imports (countries)
23.5.9 Exports (countries)
23.5.10 Prices
23.6 Electrical & Electronics Market
23.6.1 Key Findings
23.6.2 Major Companies
23.6.3 Technologies in Place
23.6.4 Trends in Production
23.6.5 Government Regulations
23.6.6 New Developments
23.6.7 Upcoming Companies and projects
23.6.8 Imports (countries)
23.6.9 Exports (countries)
23.6.10 Prices
23.7 Textile Market
23.7.1 Key Findings
23.7.2 Major Companies
23.7.3 Technologies in Place
23.7.4 Trends in Production
23.7.5 Government Regulations
23.7.6 New Developments
23.7.7 Upcoming Companies and projects
23.7.8 Imports (countries)
23.7.9 Exports (countries)
23.7.10 Prices
23.8 Medical devices Market
23.8.1 Key Findings
23.8.2 Major Companies
23.8.3 Technologies in Place
23.8.4 Trends in Production
23.8.5 Government Regulations
23.8.6 New Developments
23.8.7 Upcoming Companies and projects
23.8.8 Imports (countries)
23.8.9 Exports (countries)
23.8.10 Prices
23.9 Machinery & Equipment Market
23.9.1 Key Findings
23.9.2 Major Companies
23.9.3 Technologies in Place
23.9.4 Trends in Production
23.9.5 Government Regulations
23.9.6 New Developments
23.9.7 Upcoming Companies and projects
23.9.8 Imports (countries)
23.9.9 Exports (countries)
23.9.10 Prices
23.10 Pharmaceutical Market
23.10.1 Key Findings
23.10.2 Major Companies
23.10.3 Technologies in Place
23.10.4 Trends in Production
23.10.5 Government Regulations
23.10.6 New Developments
23.10.7 Upcoming Companies and projects
23.10.8 Imports (countries)
23.10.9 Exports (countries)
23.10.10 Prices
23.11 Aerospace Market
23.11.1 Key Findings
23.11.2 Major Companies
23.11.3 Technologies in Place
23.11.4 Trends in Production
23.11.5 Government Regulations
23.11.6 New Developments
23.11.7 Upcoming Companies and projects
23.11.8 Imports (countries)
23.11.9 Exports (countries)
23.11.10 Prices
23.12 Non Metallic metals market
23.12.1 Key Findings
23.12.2 Major Companies
23.12.3 Technologies in Place
23.12.4 Trends in Production
23.12.5 Government Regulations
23.12.6 New Developments
23.12.7 Upcoming Companies and projects
23.12.8 Imports (countries)
23.12.9 Exports (countries)
23.12.10 Prices
23.13 Market demand to 2020.
24. Oil and Gas Market
24.1 Summary
24.2 Key Findings
24.3 Production
24.4 Consumption
24.5 Major Companies
24.5.1 Key Findings
24.5.2 Major Companies
24.5.3 Technologies in Place
24.5.4 Trends in Production
24.5.5 Government Regulations
24.5.6 New Developments
24.5.7 Upcoming Companies and projects
24.5.8 Imports (countries)
24.5.9 Exports (countries)
24.5.10 Prices
24.6 Petrochemicals
24.6.1 Key Findings
24.6.2 Major Companies
24.6.3 Technologies in Place
24.6.4 Trends in Production
24.6.5 Government Regulations
24.6.6 New Developments
24.6.7 Upcoming Companies and projects
24.6.8 Imports (countries)
24.6.9 Exports (countries)
24.6.10 Prices
24.7 Market demand to 2020.
25. Edible Meat Market
25.1 Summary
25.2 Key Findings
25.3 Production
25.4 Consumption pattern
25.5 Major Companies
25.6 Bovine
25.6.1 Key Findings
25.6.2 Production
25.6.3 Consumption
25.6.4 Imports (countries)
25.6.5 Exports (countries)
25.6.6 Major Companies
25.6.7 Technologies in Place
25.6.8 Government Regulations
25.6.9 New Developments
25.6.10 Upcoming Companies and projects
25.6.11 Prices
25.6.12 Market demand to 2020.
25.7 Poultry
25.7.1 Key Findings
25.7.2 Production
25.7.3 Consumption
25.7.4 Imports (countries)
25.7.5 Exports (countries)
25.7.6 Major Companies
25.7.7 Technologies in Place
25.7.8 Government Regulations
25.7.9 New Developments
25.7.10 Upcoming Companies and projects
25.7.11 Prices
25.7.12 Market demand to 2020.
25.8 Goat and Sheep
25.8.1 Key Findings
25.8.2 Production
25.8.3 Consumption
25.8.4 Imports (countries)
25.8.5 Exports (countries)
25.8.6 Major Companies
25.8.7 Technologies in Place
25.8.8 Government Regulations
25.8.9 New Developments
25.8.10 Upcoming Companies and projects
25.8.11 Prices
25.8.12 Market demand to 2020.
26. Information and Communication technology Market
26.1 Summary
26.2 Key Findings
26.3 Production
26.4 Consumption pattern
26.5 Major Companies
26.6 Imports
26.6.1 Key Findings
26.6.2 Major Exporting Countries
26.6.3 Prices
26.6.4 Major Companies
26.7 Export
26.7.1 Key Findings
26.7.2 Major Importing Countries
26.7.3 Prices
26.7.4 Major Companies
26.8 Market demand to 2020.
27. FMCG Market
27.1 Summary
27.2 Key Findings
27.3 Production
27.4 Consumption pattern
27.5 Major Companies
27.6 Imports
27.6.1 Key Findings
27.6.2 Major Exporting Countries
27.6.3 Prices
27.6.4 Major Companies
27.7 Export
27.7.1 Key Findings
27.7.2 Major Importing Countries
27.7.3 Prices
27.7.4 Major Companies
27.8 Market demand to 2020.
28. Dairy Market
28.1 Summary
28.2 Key Findings
28.3 Fresh Milk
28.3.1 Key Findings
28.3.2 Production
28.3.3 Consumption
28.3.4 Prices
28.3.5 Imports
28.3.6 Exports
28.3.7 Major Companies
28.4 Yogurt
28.4.1 Key Findings
28.4.2 Production
28.4.3 Consumption
28.4.4 Prices
28.4.5 Imports
28.4.6 Exports
28.4.7 Major Companies
28.5 Cheese
28.5.1 Key Findings
28.5.2 Production
28.5.3 Consumption
28.5.4 Prices
28.5.5 Imports
28.5.6 Exports
28.5.7 Major Companies
28.6 Cream
28.6.1 Key Findings
28.6.2 Production
28.6.3 Consumption
28.6.4 Prices
28.6.5 Imports
28.6.6 Exports
28.6.7 Major Companies
28.7 UHT Milk
28.7.1 Key Findings
28.7.2 Production
28.7.3 Consumption
28.7.4 Prices
28.7.5 Imports
28.7.6 Exports
28.7.7 Major Companies
28.8 Market demand to 2020.
29. Competitive Landscape
29.1 Existing Companies
29.2 Upcoming Companies and Projects.
30. List of Figures
31. List of Tables
32. Abbreviations
33. Works Cited
34. DISCLAIMER
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