Volume 387 - 16 May 2016 - Ministry of International Trade and

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Phase Five Of Kulim Hi-Tech Park Set To Open,
Says Mustapa
Kulim Hi-Tech Park (KHTP) is set
to open its fifth phase following an
overwhelming response from investors
who are keen to establish operations
on the 1,700-hectare industrial zone.
International Trade and Industry
Minister Dato’ Sri Mustapa Mohamed
said the industrial park was now in its
four phase of development.
“Its surroundings are also developing
rapidly with more than 600,000
houses built so far,” he told reporters
after launching Infineon Technologies
(Kulim) Sdn Bhd’s fibre farbrication
plant.Mustapa said both the state and
Federal Government and the Malaysian
Investment Development Authority
would continue to assist investors
coming to the KHTP, among others,
by providing them with incentives,
expertise and human resource to
ensure the park’s continued growth.
“KHTP is Kedah’s jewel in the crown and
the country’s pride, thus we must ensure
it will continue to draw investments and
grow further,” he added. Meanwhile, Infineon Technologies said the plant would provide jobs for
about 3,000 people.
“Currently, Infinineon Technologies has operations in Kulim and Melaka with accumulated
investments of RM12 billion. “We are among the largest employer in the country with almost
10,000 workers,” it said in a statement.
Source : Bernama, 13 May 2016
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
Malaysia
Economy Performance, Q1 2016
GDP GROWTH RATE
GDP at Constant prices
RM265.1bil.
GDP Composition, Q1 2016
GDP at Constant
2010 prices
Services
RM143.3bil.
5.1%
Manufacturing
RM60.6bil.
4.5%
Mining and quarrying
RM24.8bil.
0.3%
Agriculture
RM20.1bil.
3.8%
Note: % -Y-o-Y growth
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
Construction
RM12.6bil.
7.9%
Plus Import Duties
RM3.7bil.
27.0%
Source : Department of Statistics, Malaysia
Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
Q1 2016
RM143.3bil.
Services
Percentage Share at Constant Prices
GDP at Constant
2010 prices
Wholesale &
Retail Trade
Government
Services
Information &
Communication
Finance &
Insurance
RM38.5bil.
26.9%
RM22.7bil.
15.9%
RM15.8bil.
11.0%
RM18.4bil.
12.8%
Real Estate &
Business Services
Transportation &
Storage
RM11.9bil.
8.3%
RM9.6il.
6.7%
Food and Beverage
& Accommodation
RM7.5bil.
5.2%
Utilities &
Other Sevices
RM18.9bil.
13.2%
Note: % -Y-o-Y growth
Manufacturing
Percentage Share at Constant Prices
RM1.9bil RM1.0bil
1.7%
3.1%
Electrical, electronic and optical products
RM3.7bil
6.1%
Petroleum, chemical, rubber and plastic products
RM4.8bil
7.9%
RM6.0
9.8%
RM18.2bil
30.0%
RM60.6bil.
GDP at Constant
2010 prices
RM7.4bil
12.2%
RM17.7bil
29.3%
Non-metallic mineral products, basic metal and
fabricated metal products
Transport equipment, other manufacturing and
repair
Vegetable and animal oils & fats and food
processing
Wood products, furniture, paper products and
printing
Beverages and tobacco products
Textiles, wearing apparel and leather products
Note: % -Y-o-Y growth
Source : Department of Statistics, Malaysia
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
Jan 2014 - Mar 2016 : Monthly IPI Index
140
137.0
135
Index (2010=100)
130
125
126.1
124.3 124.1
125.9
123.4
122.1
120
129.8
128.3
129.3
123.6
135.6
133.1
132.1
130.6
129.0
135.9
128.6
128.7
128.4
124.9
123.5
120.7
119.9
115.9
115
115.5
110
111.1
2014
2015
Mar
Feb
Jan
Dec
Nov
Oct
Sep
Aug
Jul
Jun
May
Apr
Mar
Feb
Jan
Dec
Nov
Oct
Sep
Aug
Jul
Jun
May
Apr
Feb
Jan
100
Mar
105
2016
Jan 2014 - Mar 2016 : Employment & Sales
Employment
('000 Persons)
1,040
Sales (RM Bil.)
60
58.0
1,035
1,030
55.6
56
54
1,025
52
1,020
1,024
1,028
1,030
1,027
1,029
1,028
1,027
1,027
1,024
1,024
1,028
1,029
1,029
1,030
1,035
1,031
1,030
1,029
1,031
1,033
1,031
1,033
1,029
1,027
1,025
1,021
50
1,029
1,015
58
46
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
1,010
48
2014
Employment
2015
Sales
2016
Source : Department of Statistics, Malaysia
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
Source : Iskandar Malaysia Report Card 2006 - 2015
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
‘
30
and You’
Exports of Chemical Products
2010-2015
25
USD billion
20
15
10
7.2
9.1
8.7
8.8
8.9
7.7
5.0
8.1
7.3
7.1
7.8
5.6
5.2
7.6
7.7
8.3
7.7
5.4
0.6
0.7
0.9
1.1
1.5
1.3
0
19.0
26.4
27.5
23.2
23.7
21.1
5
Singapore
Malaysia
Indonesia
Thailand
Viet Nam
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
1,600
1,400
1,000
800
600
3.5
15.3
12.2
8.7
23.5
21.8
0.1
0.0
0.1
0.0
0.7
3.0
0
20.5
38.4
76.7
55.7
35.4
32.7
200
100.5
194.4
247.4
90.3
469.7
135.6
400
856.1
1,049.8
1,012.0
1,212.7
1,423.3
759.7
USD million
1,200
Philippines
Brunei
Lao PDR
Myanmar
Cambodia
2010
2011
2012
Notes : HS Code 28,29 and 38
Source : Trade map
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
2013
2014
2015
Buku kecil TPPA di dalam versi PDF boleh di muat turun melalui pautan
http://fta.miti.gov.my/miti-fta/resources/MITI_TPPA.pdf
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
International Report
Brunei
Area: 5,765 square kilometers
Population: 429,646 (July 2015 est.)
Exports
$7.08 billion
(2015 est.)
GDP Annual Growth
-1.2%
(2015 est.)
Exchange rates:
BND Vs USD
1.352
(2015 est.)
Imports
$4.84 billion
(2015 est.)
Unemployment
3.8%
Inflation
-0.2%
(February 2016)
Sources: https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/bx.html
http://www.tradingeconomics.com/brunei/inflation-cpi
http://www.focus-economics.com/indicators
Malaysia’s Trade with Brunei, 2005-2015
RM mil.
4000
RM Malaysia
billion Global Trade, 2015
3,233.1
150Total Trade: RM1,465.34 bil.
3000
Exports
Imports
120
2000
1000
0
148.5
: RM779.95 bil.
: RM685.39 bil
113.7
2,686.7
90
1,409.0
1,362.4
60
46.6
30
2005
78.9
69.6
63.3
546.4
50.4
2005
2006
2006
2007
2007
2008
Exports
2008
2009
2009
2010
Imports
2010
2011
2011
2012
2013
Total Trade
Source : Department of Statistics, Malaysia
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
2012
2013
2014
2014
2015
2015
Leading Cities in International
Visitor Spending Worldwide, 2015
14
1
3
15 Madrid
2
10
4
6
12
9
11
7
13
8
5
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
London, USD20.23bil
New York, USD17.37bil
Paris, USD16.61bil
Seoul, USD15.24bil
Singapore, USD14.65bil
Barcelona, USD18.86bil
Bangkok, USD12.86bil
8. Kuala Lumpur, USD12.02bil
9. Dubai, USD11.68bil
10. Istanbul, USD9.37bil
11. Taipei, USD9.28bil
12. Tokyo, USD8.44bil
13. Hong Kong, USD7.44bil
14. Los Angeles, USD7.36bil
15. Madrid, USD7.13bil
Source:http://www.statista.com/statistics/310405/leading-cities-in-international-visitor-spending-worldwide/
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
Number and Value of Preferential Certificates of Origin (PCOs)
Number of Certificates (Provisional data)
20 Mar 2016
27 Mar 2016
3 Apr 2016
10 Apr 2016
17 Apr 2016
24 Apr 2016
1 May 2016
8 May 2016
AANZFTA
899
985
725
816
827
824
902
609
AIFTA
566
641
592
684
680
745
603
605
AJCEP
150
241
189
160
139
200
219
189
ATIGA
4,586
4,674
4,510
4,262
4,068
4,536
4,529
3,876
ACFTA
1,354
1,425
1,889
1,530
1,483
1,631
1,644
1,416
AKFTA
827
890
954
753
853
820
860
722
MICECA
350
320
300
327
332
316
344
288
MNZFTA
5
9
8
6
10
5
13
6
MCFTA
57
65
64
52
67
43
32
70
MAFTA
349
447
430
400
364
361
287
325
MJEPA
708
926
797
823
711
729
863
798
MPCEPA
173
159
176
167
178
148
149
146
GSP
139
89
156
117
119
136
144
115
MTFTA
162
252
181
269
137
196
237
167
Notes: The preference giving countries under the GSP scheme are Liechtenstein, the Russian Federation, Japan, Switzerland, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Norway.
MPCEPA: Malaysia-Pakistan Closer Economic Partnership
Agreement (Implemented since 1 January 2008)
MJEPA: Malaysia-Japan Economic Partnership
Agreement (Implemented since 13 July 2006)
MICECA: Malaysia-India Comprehensive Economic
Cooperation Agreement (Implemented since 1 July 2011)
MNZFTA: Malaysia-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement
(Implemented since 1 August 2010)
MCFTA: Malaysia-Chile Free Trade Agreement
(Implemented since 25 February 2012)
MAFTA: Malaysia-Australia Free Trade Agreement
(Implemented since 1 January 2013)
MTFTA: Malaysia-Turkey Free Trade Agreement
(Implemented since 1 August 2015)
AANZFTA: ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement
(Implemented since 1 January 2010)
ATIGA: ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement
(Implemented since 1 May 2010)
AJCEP: ASEAN-Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership
(Implemented since 1 February 2009)
ACFTA: ASEAN-China Free Trade Agreement
(Implemented since 1 July 2003)
AKFTA: ASEAN-Korea Free Trade Agreement
(Implemented since 1 July 2006)
AIFTA: ASEAN-India Free Trade Agreement
(Implemented since 1 January 2010)
Value of Preferential Certificates of Origin
1,800
350
1,600
300
1,200
RM million
RM million
1,400
250
200
150
1,000
800
600
100
400
50
0
200
0
20 Mar
27 Mar
3 Apr
10 Apr
17 Apr
24 Apr
1 May
8 May
20 Mar
27 Mar
3 Apr
10 Apr
17 Apr
24 Apr
1 May
8 May
AANZFTA
96
129
81
84
138
75
87
64
ATIGA
1,669
800
658
1,044
1,277
927
1,361
937
AIFTA
148
170
316
188
158
165
129
157
ACFTA
562
612
517
641
925
657
890
628
AJCEP
26
97
66
46
52
71
77
62
AKFTA
202
186
176
168
238
172
198
163
200
160
180
140
160
140
100
RM million
RM million
120
80
60
120
100
80
60
40
40
20
0
20
0
20 Mar
27 Mar
3 Apr
10 Apr
17 Apr
24 Apr
1 May
8 May
20 Mar
27 Mar
3 Apr
10 Apr
17 Apr
24 Apr
1 May
8 May
MICECA
45.84
33.29
33.78
32.14
53.98
32.93
38.17
34.05
MJEPA
136
146
123
141
109
128
175
129
MNZFTA
0.26
0.25
0.12
0.11
0.30
0.42
0.83
0.11
MPCEPA
26
19
25
75
43
30
82
19
MCFTA
6.18
10.64
10.12
7.42
8.20
5.58
4.83
16.67
GSP
18
18
23
20
18
18
19
17
MAFTA
32.75
134.93
41.45
37.37
33.57
34.81
28.69
35.68
MTFTA
77
139
72
126
57
88
65
40
Source: Ministry of International Trade and Industry, Malaysia
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
Malaysian Ringgit Exchange Rate with
Japanese Yen and Singapore Dollar
JPY100 = RM
SGD = RM
3.80
100 JPY = RM 3.56
3.60
3.40
3.20
1 SGD = RM 2.89
3.00
2.80
2.60
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
2015
Mar
Apr
3.10
3.05
3.00
2.95
2.90
2.85
2.80
2.75
2.70
2.65
2.60
2016
Source : Bank Negara, Malaysia
Gold Prices, 8 January - 13 May 2016
Gold
US$/Gram
42.0
41.0
40.0
40.7
39.0
38.0
37.0
36.0
35.0
35.4
34.0
13 May
6 May
29 Apr
22 Apr
15 Apr
8 Apr
1 Apr
24 Mac
18 Mac
11 Mac
4 Mac
26 Feb
19 Feb
12 Feb
5 Feb
29 Jan
22 Jan
8 Jan
32.0
15 Jan
33.0
Source : http://www.gold.org/investments/statistics/gold_price_chart/
Silver and Platinum Prices, 8 January - 13 May 2016
US$/Oz
Silver
19.0
1100.0
18.0
1050.0
17.0
950.0
14.1
900.0
850.0
12.0
800.0
8 Jan
15 Jan
22 Jan
29 Jan
5 Feb
12 Feb
19 Feb
26 Feb
4 Mac
11 Mac
18 Mac
24 Mac
1 Apr
8 Apr
15 Apr
22 Apr
29 Apr
6 May
13 May
13.0
875.0
8 Jan
15 Jan
22 Jan
29 Jan
5 Feb
12 Feb
19 Feb
26 Feb
4 Mac
11 Mac
18 Mac
24 Mac
1 Apr
8 Apr
15 Apr
22 Apr
29 Apr
6 May
13 May
14.0
1046.0
17.0 1000.0
16.0
15.0
Platinum
US$/Oz
http://online.wsj.com/mdc/public/page/2_3023-cashprices.html?mod=topnav_2_3023
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
Commodity Prices
Commodity
Crude
Petroleum
(Brent)
(per bbl)
Crude
Palm Oil
(per MT)
Sugar
(per lbs.)
Rubber
SMR 20
(per MT)
Cocoa
SMC 2
(per MT)
Coal
(per MT)
Scrap Iron
HMS
(per MT)
13 May 2016
(US$)
47.8
707.0
16.7
1,412.5
2,098.1
48.1
340 (high)
320 (low)
% change*
5.4
0.8
6.4
2.7
1.0
0.3
3.0
6.7
2015i
36.9 - 66.8
616.9
13.2
1,364.3
2,077.0
49.9
239.6
2014i
59.5 - 114.8
823.3
16.6
1,718.3
2,615.8
59.8
370.0
Notes: All figures have been rounded to the nearest decimal point
* Refer to % change from the previous week’s price
i Average price in the year except otherwise indicated
n.a Not availble
Highest and Lowest Prices, 2015/2016
Crude Petroleum
(Brent)
(13 May 2016)
US$47.8 per bbl
Highest
(US$ per bbl)
Lowest
(US$ per bbl)
2016
29 Apr 2016: 48.1
2016
15 Jan 2016: 28.9
2015
15 May 2015: 66.8
2015
18 Dec 2015: 36.9
Average Domestic
Prices, 13 May 2016
Billets
(per MT)
RM1,650 – RM1,750
Crude Palm Oil
(13 May 2016)
US$707.0 per MT
Highest
(US$ per MT)
Lowest
(US$ per MT)
2016
8 Apr 2016: 725.5
2016
15 Jan 2016: 545.5
2015
16 Jan 2015: 701.0
2015
4 Sep 2015: 500.5
Steel Bars
(per MT)
RM2,200 – RM2,350
Sources: Ministry of International Trade and Industry Malaysia, Malaysian Palm Oil Board, Malaysian Rubber Board, Malaysian Cocoa Board,
Malaysian Iron and Steel Industry Federation, Bloomberg and Czarnikow Group.
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
Commodity Price Trends
Crude Palm Oil
740
1,600
725.5
720
Rubber SMR 20
1,700
718.5
707.5
706.5
700
1,528.0
712.5
1,500
707.0
1,504.5
699.5
697.5
1,451.0
1,400
680
US$/mt
US$/mt
1,331.0
667.0
660
653.5
1,337.5
1,300
1,262.5
1,200
653.5
620
1,137.5
1,000
600
26 Feb 4 Mac 11 Mac 18 Mac 25 Mac 1 Apr
900
8 Apr 15 Apr 22 Apr 29 Apr 6 May 13 May
26 Feb 4 Mac 11 Mac 18 Mac 25 Mac 1 Apr
Cocoa
2,250
8,000
2,202.6
8 Apr 15 Apr 22 Apr 29 Apr 6 May 13 May
Black Pepper
8,500
2,200
7,853
7,591
2,150
7,500
2,126.3
2,098.1
2,094.9
2,084.8
2,070.6
2,050
2,025.1
2,022.3
2,000
2,022.8
7,286 7,267
7,000
7,148
7,281
7,029
7,063
6,963
6,940
7,088
7,008
7,113
6,900
6,985
6,742
6,500
6,000
1,976.8
1,950
7,296
2,120.0
USD/ tonne
2,100
US$/mt
1,304.0
1,299.5
1,100
1,931.4
1,900
5,500
5,000
1,850
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun
Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May
2015
1,800
26 Feb 4 Mac 11 Mac 18 Mac 25 Mac 1 Apr
8 Apr 15 Apr 22 Apr 29 Apr 6 May 13 May
2016
* until 13 May 2016
Sugar
17.0
Crude Petroleum
50
48.1
16.7
16.5
16.0
15.9
15.7
15.5
40.4
40
15.5
15.1
14.8
14.5
14.9
38.5
35
41.2
41.9
35.1
33.0
39.4
35.9
43.1
43.7
47.8
45.4
45.9
46.2
44.7
40.4
38.7
15.2
15.2
US$/bbl
15.0
45.1
45
16.3
16.0
US$/lbs
1,412.5
1,400.0
647.5
640
14.0
1,593.0
39.5
38.7
39.7
40.4
36.8
32.8
14.0
30
13.5
29.6
13.0
25
12.5
Crude Petroleum (WTI)/bbl
20
12.0
26 Feb 4 Mac 11 Mac 18 Mac 25 Mac 1 Apr
8 Apr 15 Apr 22 Apr 29 Apr 6 May 13 May
Crude Petroleum (Brent)/bbl
19 Feb 26 Feb 4 Mac 11 Mac18 Mac25 Mac 1 Apr 8 Apr 15 Apr 22 Apr 29 Apr 6 May 13 May
Sources: Ministry of International Trade and Industry Malaysia, Malaysian Palm Oil Board, Malaysian Rubber Board, Malaysian Cocoa Board, Malaysian Pepper Board, Malaysian Iron and Steel Industry Federation, Bloomberg and Czarnikow Group, World Bank.
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
Commodity Price Trends
Copper
Aluminium
1,850
1,819
1,818
1,800
6,500
6,295
1,804
1,815
6,000
1,774
1,750
1,700
5,833
5,940
5,729
1,688
1,650
US$/ tonne
US$/ tonne
6,042
5,831
1,640
1,590
1,600
1,550
1,548
1,516
5,457
5,217
5,216
4,954
5,127
5,000
1,571
1,531
1,500
5,500
4,639
4,500
1,468
1,450
Jul
4,000
Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr
2015
4,599
4,472
1,481
1,400
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun
4,873
4,800
1,531
1,497
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun
2016
Jul
Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr
2015
Nickel
Coal
48.2
16,000
2016
48.1
15,000
14,849
48.1
14,574
14,000
13,511
13,756
48.1
48.1
48.1
48.0
48.0
47.9
12,825
13,000
48.0
48.0
47.9
48.0
47.9
12,000
US$/mt
US$/ tonne
12,831
11,413
11,000
10,317
10,386
10,000
8,717
9,244
8,708
8,000
8,507
8,879
8,299
Jul
Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr
2015
19 Feb 26 Feb 4 Mac 11 Mac18 Mac25 Mac 1 Apr 8 Apr 15 Apr 22 Apr 29 Apr 6 May
300.0
250
US$/mt
220.0
190.0
190.0
160.0
160.0
63.0
63.0
63.0
61.0
58.0
58.0
60.0
57.0
56.0
53.0
52.0
210.0
190.0
200.0
190.0
150
240.0
220.0
68.0
280.0
240.0
230.0
200
280.0
300.0
US$/dmtu
260.0
68.0
320.0
160.0
56.0
53.0
52.0
48.0
190.0
13
May
Iron Ore
73.0
330.0
290.0
47.6
47.3
340.0
300
47.6
47.5
2016
Scrap Iron
350
47.6
47.4
7,000
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun
47.7
47.6
9,938
9,000
47.8
47.0
47.0
43.0
41.0
Scrap Iron/MT (High)
42.0
38.0
Scrap Iron/MT(Low)
Jan
100
12 Feb 19 Feb 26 Feb 11 Mac 21 Mac 25 Mac 8 Apr 15 Apr 22 Apr 29 Apr 6 May 13 May
Feb Mar Apr May Jun
Jul
2015
Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan
Feb Mar Apr
2016
Sources: Ministry of International Trade and Industry Malaysia, Malaysian Palm Oil Board, Malaysian Rubber Board, Malaysian Cocoa Board, Malaysian Pepper Board, Malaysian Iron and Steel Industry Federation, Bloomberg and Czarnikow Group, World Bank.
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
Mydin Mohamed Holdings Bhd
The history of Mydin Mohamed Holdings Bhd’s establishment can be traces way back before independence
at the time when the late Mr. Gulam Husen Jamal, owned a shop in Pulau Pinang. During the Japanese Occupation
in the second war, the shop was burnt down to the ground and Mr. Gulam lost everything. Nevertheless strong
determination, perseverance and faith spurred one of his children, Tuan Mydin Mohamed, to continue the
trades of wholesaling. In 1957, he opened his first shop, Syarikat Mydin Mohamed in Jalan Tok Hakim, Kota
Bharu, Kelantan selling toys and general merchandise acquired with his own hard-earned money. His hard
work was truly rewarded when business slowly prospered.
Two decades after its formation, the company expanded its business to Kuala Terengganu. Despite offering
a variety of merchandise at affordable prices, MYDIN remained popular only in the East Coast. The return
of Tuan Mydin’s son, Dato’ Hj Ameer Ali in 1989 marked the turning point of Syarikat Mydin Mohamed. He
led the opening of the third branch in Jalan Masjid India, Kuala Lumpur in a rented 600 sq ft shop lot with a
loan of RM100,000 worth of merchandise, consisting of leather goods and products catering to the daily needs
of the Muslim community.Initially, the company aimed to cater to the needs of only the Muslim community
but Dato’ Hj Ameer Ali had bigger plans for MYDIN, and thus he embarked on an innovative change for the
family business. In 1991, the business converted from sole proprietorship to private limited company, and later
in 2000 it was officially registered as Mydin Mohamed Holdings Bhd with Tuan Mydin as the Chairman and
all his sons as directors. Being the driving force behind MYDIN, Dato’ Hj. Ameer Ali was then appointed as
its Managing Director. Since then, MYDIN has grown steadily at the commendable pace.
With the growth of foreign investments in Malaysia, especially in the retail sector, MYDIN initiated “The
Empire Strike Back” strategy. Dato’ Hj Ameer Ali together with the other directors then decided to do the most
impossible thing, by opening its first hypermarket next to their competitor in Subang Jaya. After having been
rejected by most banks, only one bank was willing to provide financing to MYDIN to expand and this was
Dato’ Hj Ameer Ali’s former employer – AmBank. MYDIN was bold enough to compete with foreign retailers
because of its conviction that only a local Malaysian company can best supply its Malaysian customers and
suppliers, compared to foreign-owned ones. Local Malaysian companies, it believes, can succeed as long as it
makes the right plans and right decisions.
After the success of MYDIN Hypermarket in Subang Jaya, MYDIN took a bold step by opening
three more hypermarkets in Kuala Terengganu, Ayer Keroh, Melaka and Kubang Kerian, Kelantan. On 14
January 2011, a new hypermarket was opened in Bukit Jambul, Pulau Pinang. Apart from hypermarket and
emporiums, MYDIN has also ventured into other business entities such as mini markets, convenience stores
and franchises. Though it has expanded greatly, MYDIN does not neglect the small traders and wholesalers.
With the introduction of Meriah Card Loyalty Program, wholesalers who part of this program are able to make
bulk purchases at wholesale rates. MYDIN’s vision is to be the World’s leading distributor of competitive Halal
goods and services in Malaysia. To this date, MYDIN operates more than 70 outlets nationwide and is still
continuing to grow. As a Muslim wholesaler retailer, MYDIN stresses in honesty in business and practices the
Halal concept in all its businesses. With many expansion programs in the pipe-line, MYDIN aims at becoming
the leading local hypermarket with good business practices so as to be on par with other internationallyowned hypermarkets and thus, make Malaysia proud. “Only a home-grown company knows the needs and
wants of Malaysians. We are Born Malaysian, Still Malaysian!”
MYDIN as well as Dato’ Hj Ameer Ali, has won numerous accolades for their achievements including
Masterclass CEO of the Year 2009, Winner of Brand Laureate’s SME’s Brand Personality Award 2009, RetailChain Sector 2010 by Kuala Lumpur Chamber of Commerce and GOPIO International Renown Entrepreneur
Excellence Award 2010
Mydin Mohamed Holdings Berhad,
Lot 675 & 676 Persiaran Subang Permai,
USJ 1, 47500 Subang Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan.
Mydin Care Line Centre: 1300-30-8786
Website: http://www.mydin.com.my/
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
MITI Programme
Majlis Anugerah Kecemerlangan
Kumpulan Sokongan MITI
12 Mei 2016
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
KENYATAAN MEDIA
DASAR BAHARU AP TERBUKA
1. Pada 23 Disember 2015, Kerajaan telah mengumumkan untuk meneruskan pelaksanaan
dasar AP Terbuka dengan beberapa penambahbaikan mulai awal tahun 2017. Dasar baharu
ini merangkumi syarat-syarat kelayakan memohon, syarat-syarat yang perlu dipatuhi sebagai
syarikat AP Terbuka, prosedur permohonan dan tindakan ke atas syarikat yang melanggar
syarat.
2. Antara syarat kelayakan untuk memohon menjadi syarikat AP Terbuka adalah seperti
berikut:
• Syarikat Sdn. Bhd. yang berstatus 100% Bumiputera.
Syarikat pemegang AP Terbuka sedia ada perlu memohon semula sebagai syarikat AP
Terbuka;
• Syarikat yang mempunyai pengalaman dan sedang beroperasi dalam bidang penjualan
dan pengedaran kenderaan (kereta, motosikal dan kenderaan perdagangan) minimum 2
tahun;
• Syarikat yang telah sedia ada memiliki kemudahan ruang pejabat dan bilik pameran yang
bersesuaian; dan
• Syarikat yang mempunyai keupayaan dari segi pengurusan dan kewangan untuk
menjalankan perniagaan pengimportan, pengedaran dan penjualan kenderaan yang
diimport melalui AP Terbuka.
3. Permohonan untuk menjadi syarikat yang layak diberi AP Terbuka bagi tahun 2017 akan
dibuka mulai 23 Mei 2016 hingga 21 Jun 2016. Borang permohonan rasmi dan dokumen
sokongan yang lengkap diterima dalam tempoh ini akan dinilai dari segi kelayakan melalui
proses pengauditan oleh juru audit bertauliah bebas. Sebarang permohonan yang dikemukakan
di luar tempoh ini tidak akan dipertimbangkan. Bagaimanapun, pemohon yang masih berminat
boleh memohon menjadi syarikat AP Terbuka apabila permohonan dibuka semula pada tahun
berikutnya.
4. Butiran lanjut mengenai dasar baharu AP Terbuka dan borang permohonan berkaitan boleh
didapati di www.miti.gov.my.
Kementerian Perdagangan Antarabangsa dan Industri
13 Mei 2016
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
Announcement
Benefit of Economic Census
Entrepreneurs,
Companies & Business
Industry Associations &
Chamber of Commerce
• To identify new
sources of growth to
the economy;
• To understand more
about industrial
structure;
• To identify new
sources of growth to
the economy;
• To formulate
national economy
programmes; and
• To share information
about the industry
with their members;
• To formulate
national economy
programmes; and
• To assess the
implementation
of the national
development policy
such as The Economic
Transformation
Programme, Eleventh
Malaysia Plan and
Small and Medium
Enterprise (SME)
Masterplan 2012
-2020.
• To assist business
in marketing and
investment planning.
Government
To Update Economic
Indicators
• Rebasing of indices
i.e. Gross Domestic
Product (GDP) and
Index of Industrial;
• Compilation of
Supply & Use Table
(SUT), Input-Output
Table (I-O),
• To assess the
Tourism Satellite
implementation
Account (TSA),
of the national
Information &
development
Communication
policy such as
Technology Satellite
The Economic
Account and System
Transformation
of Environmental
Programme, Eleventh
– Economic
Malaysia Plan and
Accounting (SEEA);
Small and Medium
Enterprise (SME)
• Development of
Masterplan 2012
SME’s profile.
-2020.
Source : Department of Statistics, Malaysia
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
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