Malaysia’s November exports rise 15.6% on-year, above forecast By Reuters

Rate this post


© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A view of the Kuala Lumpur city skyline in Malaysia August 15, 2017. REUTERS/Lai Seng Sin/File Photo

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Malaysia’s exports rose by 15.6% in November, above expectations, government data showed on Monday.

November’s exports had been expected to grow 13.2%, according to eight economists surveyed by Reuters.

Imports in November grew 15.6% from a year earlier, data from the International Trade and Industry Ministry showed. Analysts were expecting a 20.9% increase.

Malaysia recorded a trade surplus of 22.3 billion ringgit ($5.05 billion) in November.

($1 = 4.4150 ringgit)


Authore – Abhi bhardwaj

Hello friends, my Abhi Bhardwaj I am the owner of newsagent24.com and I am also a student. recently I just completed my graduation I am doing blogging since 2020 I love to write and always love exploring, and sharing knowledge with others that is why I started this blog basically this blog is related to us stock market, real estate, insurance, crypto, finance and tax if you have any qouri then please don't be shy

Sharing Is Caring:

Leave a Comment