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  • Old: 1. Growth primarily through capital accumulation . Focus on investment in production and physical infrastructure in combination with low skilled labour for low value added exports. New: 1. Growth through productivity . Focus on innovative processes and cutting-edge technology, supported by healthy level of private investment and talent, for high value added goods and services. Old: 2. Dominant state participation in the economy . Large direct public investment (including through GLCs) in selected economic sectors. New: 2. Private sector-led growth . Promote competition across and within sectors to revive private investment. Old: 3. Centralised strategic planning . Guidance and approval from the federal authorities for economic decisions. New: 3. Localised autonomy in decisionmaking . Empower state and local authorities to develop and support growth initiatives, and encourage competition between localities. Old: 4. Balanced regional growth . Disperse economic activities across states to spread benefits from development. New: 4. Cluster- and corridor-based economic activities . Concentration of economic activities for economies of scale and better provision of supporting services. Old: 5. Favour specific industries and firms . Grant preferential treatment in the form of incentives and financing to selected entities. New: 5. Favour technologically capable industries and firms . Grant incentives to support innovation and risk-taking to enable entrepreneurs to develop higher value added products and services. Old: 6. Export dependence on G-3 (US, Europe and Japan) markets . Part of production chain to supply consumer goods and components to traditional markets. New: 6. Asian and Middle East orientation . Develop and integrated actively into regional production and financial networks to leverage on flows of investment, trade and ideas. Old: 7. Restrictions on foreign skilled workers . Fear that foreign talent would displace local workers. New: 7. Retain and attract skilled professionals . Embrace talent, both local and foreign, needed to spur an innovative, high value added economy.
  • NKEAs is a component of Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) ETP will be a combination of NKEAs and SRIs. NKEAs will be charged of, as the drivers towards the realisation of high-income status by 2020.

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  • • Introduction• 1Malaysia• Government Transformation Programme (GTP)• Economic Transformation Programme (ETP)• Trade Performance• Trade & Investment Opportunities• Malaysia and Asean 2
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  • TOWARDS THE REALISATION OF VISION 2020 4
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  • 12 IDENTIFIED SECTORSA total of 131 EPP initiativeshad been identified under the 13NKEAs
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  • TOTAL TRADE EXPORT IMPORTTRADE BALANCE
  • 4% 1.1% 7.4% -26.9%Compiled by : MATRADE Source : DOSM
  • Eastern Europe 1.3 % Share EU 10.4 % share Asia 71.3% ShareNorth America 8.7% Share Africa 2.6% Share Latin America Oceania & 1.8% Share Australasia 4.4% Share
  • Compiled by : MATRADE
  • USD billion TOTAL TRADE IMPORTS (DEBIT) EXPORTS (CREDIT) TRADE BALANCE
  • Compiled by : MATRADESource : DOSM
  • Total Trade Export Export Import Import Total Trade Balance Value Growth Value Growth Trade Year Value Value (USD Rate (USD Rate Growth (USD (USD Million) (%) Million) (%) Rate (%) Million) Million) 2008 234.35 19.2 31.89 33.4 266.24 20.8 202.46 2009 202.27 -13.7 40.8 28 243.08 -8.7 161.47 2010 276.4 36.6 37.46 -8.2 313.86 29.1 238.93 2011 357.48 29.3 23.92 -36.2 381.39 21.5 333.562012 Jan - Oct 302.25 1.5 63.13 234 365.37 15.3 239.12 22 Source: MATRADE / DOS
  • 2011 SHARENO TOP 20 PRODUCTS EXPORTED TO PERU VALUE (%) (USD Mil) 1 Telecomm. & Sound Recording Equipment, etc 118.96 33.3 2 Articles of Apparel & Clothing Acc. 37.72 10.6 3 Electrical Machines App.,Parts,nes 31.01 8.7 4 Fixed Vegetable Fats & Oils 29.46 8.2 5 Furniture & Parts; Bedding, etc. 16.38 4.6 6 Coffee, Tea, Cocoa, Spices 15.98 4.5 7 Rubber Manufactures 14.49 4.1 8 Footwear 13.52 3.8 9 Misc. Edible Products & Preparation 11.66 3.310 Animal, Vegetable Fats, Oils Processed, Origin, Inedible Mixt. 10.72 3.011 Crude Rubber (Incl. Synthetic & Reclaimed) 8.46 2.412 Misc. Manufactured Goods 7.01 2.013 Office Machines & Automated Data Processing Machines 6.2 1.714 Plastics In Primary Form 4.66 1.315 Essential Oils & Perfume, Polishing, Cleansing Mat. 4.62 1.316 Textile Yarn, Fabric, made-up Art.Nes & Related Prod. 4.27 1.217 Plastic,non-primary Form 3.21 0.918 Special Industrial Machinery 3.16 0.919 General Industrial Machines & Equipment 2.32 0.620 Metals Manufactures 2.31 0.6 23 Source: MATRADE / DOS
  • 2011 SHARENO TOP 20 PRODUCTS IMPORTED FROM PERU VALUE (%) (USD Mil) 1 Crude Fertilizer & Crude Mineral 7.37 30.8 2 Dyeing, Tanning & Colouring Materials 4.84 20.2 3 Inorganic Chemicals 2.51 10.5 4 Articales Of Apparel & Clothing Acc. 2.07 8.7 5 Animal Oils & Fats 1.64 6.8 6 Vegetables & Fruit 1.34 5.6 7 Telecomm. & Sound Recording Equipt, Etc 1.13 4.7 8 Fish, Crustaceans, Mollusc & Aquatic Invertebraes 0.67 2.8 9 Crude Animal, Vegetable Materials 0.33 1.410 Electrical Machines Appliances and Parts 0.32 1.411 Chemical Materials & Products 0.31 1.312 Special Transaction Not Classfied According to Kind 0.31 1.313 General Industrial Machines & Equipment 0.27 1.114 Medicinal & Pharmaceutical Product 0.26 1.115 Cork and Wood 0.21 0.916 Special Industrial Machinery 0.10 0.417 Sugar, Sugar Preparation, Honey 0.09 0.418 Metals Manufactures 0.07 0.319 Cereals, Cereal Preparation 0.02 0.120 Fixed Vegetable Fats & Oils 0.02 0.1 24 Source: MATRADE / DOS
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  • Electrical Semiconductors, Smartphones, PDAsand Audio Visual Products & Photovoltaic FabricatedElectronics Wafers, Solar PanelsMedical Coronary Catheters, Clean Room Medical Gloves,Devices In-vitro Diagnostic Devices, Cardiovascular Devices, Orthopedic Devices, Homecare and Self-care Products, High-end Diagnostic Devices, Medical Imaging Equipment High-end Hospital and Laboratory EquipmentTextiles and High Quality Fabrics (Fire Retardant, Antibacterial,Apparel Wrinkle-free, UV Protection), High-end Apparel (Quick-dry, Silky Touch) Bridal Gowns, Blazers, Ethnic Textiles (Batik, Songket, Pua) 26 26
  • Machinery & Metalworking Machine ToolsEquipment Materials Handling Equipment, Specialized Machinery, Packaging Machinery, Fuel Cell Power GeneratorsMetals & Stainless Steel Plates, Cold-rolled CoilsMetal Wire Products, Welding Wires, Galvanized Iron andProducts SheetsTransport PMVS, Specialty Vehicles, Engines, TransmissionsEquipment Automotive Electronic Components Coastal Vessels of 20,000 Dead Weight Tons and Below Aircraft Parts and Components 27 27
  • Petrochemicals Alpha-olefins, Fatty Alcohols, Vinyl Acetate, Ethylene Dichloride, Nylons, PolyurethanesPharmaceuticals Products Derived From Biopharmaceutical Activities, Niche Pharmaceutical Products, Sterile Products, Oncology ProductsWood-Based Specialty & High Value-added Products,Products Own Design And Brand FurnitureRubber-Based Rubber Engineering Products, SeismicProducts Bearings, Automotive Rubber-metal Components, High Pressure Hoses, Dock Fenders, Catheters And Specialty Gloves 28 28
  • Oil Palm-Based Oleochemical Derivatives AndProducts Preparations, Bio-fuel And Renewable Energy, Nutritional Foods And Ingredients, Biotechnology-based Products, Biomass ProductsFood Convenience Foods, Functional Foods,Processing Food Ingredients, Halal FoodsProducts 29 29
  • Business andProfessional Printing & Publishing Services Education and Logistics Training ICT HealthcareConstruction Tourism Oil and Gas 30 30
  • MATRADE Portal – www.matrade.gov.my 31
  • NCER : NORTHERN CORRIDOR ECONOMIC REGION Focus on: • Modern Agriculture SDC : SABAH DEVELOPMENT CORRIDOR • Manufacturing & Design • Tourism Focus on: • Logistics • Agro-based Industry • Education & Health • Tourism • Logistics • Manufacturing ECER : EAST COAST ECONOMIC REGION Focus on: • Tourism • Oil & Gas • Manufacturing • Agriculture • Education SCORE: SARAWAK CORRIDOR OF RENEWABLE ENERGY Focus on: • Resource Based Industry • Energy • Tourism IRDA : ISKANDAR MALAYSIATo be a hub for the services sector:• Creative Industry • Financial Services• Education • Tourism and Logistic Industry• Healthcare • Electrical & Electronics Services
  • Why Malaysia ?• Political & Economic Stability• Strong Forex Reserves (US$100 b)• Pro-business Government• Liberal Investment Policies• Transparent Policies• Policy of Welcome• Well Developed Infrastructure• Harmonious Industrial Relations• Trainable & Educated Labour Force• Quality of Life• Good Track Record
  • MIDA Portal – www.mida.gov.my 40
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  •  The ASEAN region is now being viewed as a single market production base – attractive investment destination – 600 million population, US$1.8 trillion combined GDP, US$2.1 trillion global trade, 7.4% GDP growth (2010)- 2010: Intra-ASEAN trade was US$ 519 billion (25.4% of total global ASEAN trade)- Outside of ASEAN, its top trading partners are China, EU, Japan, Korea and the USA.
  • Strategic location: Malaysia is a gateway to other markets withpreferential access through Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) ASEAN REGIONAL / BILATERAL FTAS China Japan Korea India Australia New Zealand Chile Potential market of 2.7 billion Tariff reduction and elimination mostly by 2016 ON-GOING FTA NEGOTIATIONS TPP EU Turkey Potential market of 1.08 billion
  • Embajada de Malasia en MATRADE SantiagoLima, Peru (covering Peru)E : Oficina Comercial de MalasiaT :+ Embajada de Malasia en SantiagoF :+ Avda Tajamar, Oficina 302 Las Condes, Santiago, Chile W : www.matrade.gov.my E : santiago@matrade.gov.my T : +56-22-234 2647 F : +56-22-234 2652 Trade Commissioner: Ms Ezzwanee Ahmad 45
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