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Malaysia’s economy contracted 5.6 per cent in 2020

National Accounts

Malaysia Economic Performance 2021

Malaysia’s economy regained its momentum in 2021, with a 3.1 per cent growth from the previous year’s negative 5.5 per cent.

Release Date : Friday 13, May 2022 1200

Capital Stock Statistics 2020

Net Capital Stock that represents the wealth of Malaysia's economy grew slower by 1.8 per cent with a value of RM3.2 trillion.

Release Date : Tuesday 16, November 2021 1200

Tourism Satellite Account 2020

Tourism receipts registered a fall of 71.2 per cent recording RM52.4 billion in 2020

The tourism industry had generated RM199.4 billion of Gross Value Added of Tourism Industry (GVATI) by contributing 14.1 per cent to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Domestic tourism generated RM38.6 billion of tourism receipts, with a decline of 58.3 per cent compared to 2019. Meanwhile, inbound tourism expenditure plummeted with a double-digit decline to 84.6 per cent, recording only RM13.7 billion. 

Release Date : Thursday 23, September 2021 1200

State Socioeconomic Report 2020

In 2020, Malaysia’s economic performance contracted 5.6 per cent as compared to 4.4 per cent in the preceding year.

Release Date : Thursday 05, August 2021 1200

Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Performance 2020

In 2020, the growth of SMEs' GDP registered at negative 7.3 percent, which was lower than Malaysia's GDP for the first time over the past 17 years since 2003. The contribution of SMEs GDP eased to 38.2 per cent in 2020 with a value added of RM512.8 billion as against 38.9 per cent (value added: RM553.5 billion) in the preceding year.

Release Date : Wednesday 28, July 2021 1200

Gross Domestic Product Income Approach 2020

Malaysia’s economy in current prices recorded a decrease of 6.4 per cent (2019: 4.5%) which has resulted all income components declined in 2020. 

Release Date : Tuesday 27, July 2021 1200

Gross Fixed Capital Formation 2020

Malaysia’s Gross Fixed Capital Formation (GFCF) growth contracted 14.5 per cent in 2020 as compared to negative 2.1 per cent in the preceding year attributed the COVID-19 pandemic which has affected the performance of all economic activities.

Release Date : Monday 26, July 2021 1200

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) By State 2020

In 2020, Malaysia’s economy contracted by 5.6 per cent as compared to 4.4 per cent in the previous year (Chart 1). Overall, all sectors recorded negative growth with the Services sector decelerated 5.5 per cent (2019: 6.2%), Manufacturing 2.6 per cent (2019: 3.8%) and Agriculture 2.2 per cent (2019: 2.0%). However, two other sectors, namely Construction and Mining & quarrying sectors recorded two digits decline of negative 19.4 per cent (2019: 0.4%) and 10.6 per cent (2019: -0.6%) respectively.

Release Date : Tuesday 29, June 2021 1200

Social Accounting Matrix 2015

Total household income for year 2015 recorded a value of RM694.1 billion, which dominated by compensation of employees & unincorporated business profits with a share of 72.2 per cent. This is followed by distributed profits 13.3 per cent and social benefits & periodical payments 9.0 per cent. 

Release Date : Friday 20, December 2019 1200

Regional Tourism Satellite Account Sarawak 2018

Tourism Industry generated RM11.0 billion value added (GVATI) to Sarawak Region economy

The Gross Value Added Tourism Industry (GVATI) has generated revenue of RM11.0 billion for Sarawak Region in 2018. The share of GVATI recorded 7.5 per cent to Sarawak Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2018.

Release Date : Tuesday 10, December 2019 1200

The Performance of State's Economy, 2017

Malaysia's economic performance expanded to 5.9 per cent in 2017 as compared to 4.2 per cent in 2016. This performance was supported by a better growth recorded by most states in Malaysia. The growth was driven by the increase in manufacturing and services as well as rebound in the agriculture sector. 

Release Date : Tuesday 08, May 2018 1200

Final National Accounts Statistics, 2005

Final National Accounts Statistics (FNAS) 2005 provides a new benchmark for Malaysia’s economic statistics. The benchmarking includes the statistics that are used for the purpose of rebasing The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and Producer Price Index (PPI)

Release Date : Friday 28, January 2011 1405