Malaysia is the twentieth (20°) exporting economy in the world. In 2016, Malaysia has exported USD 184,29 billions and has imported USD 156,90 billions, with a positive resulting trade balance of USD 27,39 billions. In 2016 Malaysia's GDP was USD 296,36 billions and its GDP per capita was USD 9.503.
The main goods exported by Malaysia are: Integrated circuits (USD 25,6 billions), Refined petroleum (USD 10,9 billions), (USD 8,94 billions), (USD 7,98 billions) and Computers (USD 7,71 billions).
It's main imports are: Integrated circuits (USD 18,5 billions), Refined petroleum (USD 11,4 billions), (USD 3,29 billions), Crude petroleum (USD 2,82 billions) and Computers (USD 2,79 billions).
The main export destinations of Malaysia are: Singapore (USD 27,6 billions), China (USD 23,8 billions), United States (USD 19,4 billions), Japan (USD 15,3 billions) and Thailand (USD 10,6 billions).
The main origins of its imports are: China (USD 37,7 billions), Singapore (USD 35 billions), United States (USD 12,1 billions), United States (USD 11,8 billions) and South Korea (USD 7,53 billions).
Malaysia borders with Brunei, Indonesia and Thailand by land and Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam by sea.
Origins of imports
Destination of exports