Malaysia’s e-commerce income rose 17.1% in 3Q to RM279b

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KUALA LUMPUR: Manufacturing and services sectors remained as the key drivers of growth in the country’s e-commerce income which jumped 17.1% on-year to RM279bil in the third quarter this year, the Statistics Department said on Wednesday.

In terms of quarter-on-quarter growth, e-commerce income maintained a positive trend with 4.3% growth, according to the Malaysia Digital Economy 2021.

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