July exports at second highest on record of RM97.12b


China continued to be the biggest export market for the fourth consecutive month comprising iron and steel products, solid-state storage devices (SSD) and palm oil.

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s exports in July 2020 rose by 3.1% to RM92.53bil from a year ago and it was the second highest export value ever registered, after RM97.12bil in October 2018.

A statement by the Minister of International Trade and Industry (MITI) on Friday China continued to be the biggest export market for the fourth consecutive month comprising iron and steel products, solid-state storage devices (SSD) and palm oil.

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