15-16 NOVEMBER 2023
BERJAYA TIME SQUARE HOTEL,
KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA
INTERNATIONAL TRADE DELEGATION & B2B MEETINGS WITH MALAYSIA
Join this succesful format of events that strategically meet your business objectives
Happening on the 15th – 16th November 2023 at Berjaya Time Square Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the Malaysia Exporters Week 2023 series will feature physical and online b2b sessions for hands on meetings and discussions via direct presentations of your solutions across a much in demand multi-industry format.
Whether you are an experienced Malaysian exporter, SME, manufacturer, conglomerate or regional service provider, our guaranteed business matchmaking meetings, leads generation, international marketing, business intelligence and professional networking services will be an absolute value proposition ensuring results for your organization.
Malaysia market at a Glance
Malaysia’s economy posted double-digit growth for the first time in over a year in the third quarter, boosted by rising domestic demand and strong exports, the central bank said on Friday while Gross domestic product (GDP) in July-September rose 14.2% from a year earlier, at a faster pace than the 11.7% growth forecast in a Reuters poll and up from the 8.9% annual rise in the previous quarter. That was also the fastest pace of growth since the second quarter of 2021 when the economy expanded by 16.1%. The government last month revised its growth forecasts for 2022 to 6.5%-7.0% from 5.3%-6.3%, but it expects economic growth to slow to 4.0%-5.0% next year.
The exceptional economic achievement during the third quarter of 2022 implies that Malaysia’s GDP is on track to surpass pre-pandemic growth in 2022. This projection is supported by an expansion in domestic demand mainly from household spending in line with the recovery of the labor market and income prospects. In addition, the contribution of the tourism-related sector to domestic demand is expected to recover following an increase in the number of tourist arrivals. The acceleration of infrastructure projects with high multiplier effects, robust growth in private investment as well as strong external demand especially from major trading partners will further strengthen the economy.
Malaysia’s near-term growth outlook remains resilient with sound macroeconomic fundamentals, stable financial conditions as well as a broad-based and diversified economic structure. Various measures will be continued to uplift the country’s economic potential for Malaysia to remain an attractive investment destination as well as promote more sustainable and inclusive economic growth for all.
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