Malaysian rubber glove sector to gain from US-China trade war


Major player: Malaysian-made rubber gloves on display at an exhibition in Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia supplies an estimated 63% of gloves globally.

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian rubber glove industry is expected to be a key potential beneficiary of the US-China trade war, said CGS-CIMB.

The tariff hike on glove exports from China to the US could see a shift in US glove demand to Malaysian glove manufacturers.

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