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Flourishing Tourism Sector Driving Retail Industry in Malaysia: Ken Research

Wednesday, November 16, 2016 23:49
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  • Malaysia is the third wealthiest in Southeast Asia by GDP per capita values.
  • Incorporation of GST from April 2015, has impacted the purchasing capacity of consumers in a big way.
  • Online retail market also growing in a traditional retail sector.
  • Voyagers from China don’t have to apply for Malaysian Visa from 1 March 2016. This ought to draw in 8 million Chinese sightseers to visit Malaysia for holiday and shopping.

Ken Research declared its most recent production on, Retailing in Malaysia-Market Summary and Forecasts; Comprehensive overview of the market, consumer, and competitive context, with retail sales value and forecasts to 2020, offer bits of knowledge on the changing trends and key issues inside the Malaysia Retail market. The production incorporates a shrewd investigation of the most recent trends in retail consumer shopping, covering the components driving retail shopping, customer insights, market trends and surveys of the most recent best practice in retail site design. It likewise provides information to forecast and historic retail sales, furthermore incorporates data on the business environment and country risk related to Malaysia’s polish retail environment.  In addition, it has comprehensive knowledge on fastest growing product categories and also on the key international and domestic players operating in the Polish retail market-including store counts and revenue.

International trade plays an exceptionally noteworthy role in Malaysia’s economy. At one time, it was the biggest maker of tin, elastic and palm oil on the planet. The economy of Malaysia is the fourth biggest in Southeast Asia, and 35th largest on the planet. Malaysia is additionally the third wealthiest in Southeast Asia by GDP per capita values, after the city-districts of Singapore and Brunei. Malaysia’s economy is one of the most competitive in the world, positioning fourteenth in the Ease of Doing Business Index for 2015. Malaysian economy is profoundly vigorous and broadened with fare estimation of cutting edge items in 2014 remained at 63.3 billion USD, the second most elevated after Singapore in ASEAN. Malaysia exports the second biggest volume and estimation of palm oil items internationally. Malaysia’s top individual and corporate income assess rates are 25 percent; the corporate rate is set to decrease in 2016. Different duties incorporate a capital increases assess. The general taxation rate meets 15.8 percent of aggregate residential pay. Government spending adds up to 29.3 percent of GDP. Expansive government spending ventures have added to a spending deficiency above 3 percent of GDP, and open obligation levels with 57 percent of aggregate local yield. Malaysia’s normal tariff rate is 4.3 percent. Imported vehicles are liable to high taxes. State-claimed undertakings assume a huge part in the economy. The monetary area stays stable.

In initial quarter of 2015, Malaysian retail industry recorded a growth rate of 4.6% in retail sales and the industry witnessed the poor growth rate of 11.9% in the second quarter of the same year. The incorporation of GST affected all retail sub-sectors, retailers from grocery, fashion and accessories, electronics, foods and beverages and tourism, since 1 April 2015.The fundamental difficulties for Malaysian shopping malls in 2015 had been lessened consumer’ spending and rising operation costs. Because of the incorporation of Goods and Services Tax (GST) in April 2015, Malaysian buyers kept down their spending notwithstanding sustainable disposable earnings. Shopping movement of shopping malls dropped altogether amid the initial 2 months since the introduction of GST.

Malaysians are dynamic in online based shopping. Be that as it may, the exchange sum is still low when compared with the whole retail industry. Online retail sales represents under 2.0% of aggregate retail sales in Malaysia. More brick-and-mortar retailers in Malaysia now offer online based shopping. This pattern covers all retail divisions – worldwide luxurious brands, fashion garments, fashion embellishments, gifts, toys, books, furniture, equipment, electrical and gadgets, grocery and food. Along with this the more online retailers in Malaysia are setting up physical stores. Zalora.com.my has a perpetual commence at Mitsui Outlet Park. The notable Christy Ng Shoes has set up her showroom in Damansara Utama. Well known Facebook Fatbaby frozen yogurt has set up a dessert parlor in Subang Jaya. online shopping in Malaysia will not replace physical retail outlets any time in the coming future.

Malaysian government is focusing on 30.5 million visitor entries with expected tourism receipts of RM 103 billion in 2016. Voyagers from China don’t have to apply for Malaysian Visa from 1 March 2016. This ought to draw in 8 million Chinese sightseers to visit Malaysia. The weak Ringgit will likewise empower not just more territorial voyagers (counting Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and Brunei), additionally worldwide voyagers to go to Malaysia for holiday and shopping ,According to Ken Research

Topics Covers in the report

  • Retailing in Malaysia Market
  • Malaysia Retail Sector
  • Global Retail Industry Research
  • Malaysia Clothing Industry Revenue
  • Malaysia Footwear Market Research Report
  • Online Retail Industry Malaysia
  • Food and Beverages Industry Malaysia
  • Malaysia Tourism Sector
  • Online shopping frenzy catches up in Malaysia
  • Malaysia Clothing Retail Sales
  • Malaysia Footwear Retail

To know more on coverage, click on the link below:

https://www.kenresearch.com/consumer-products-and-retail/wholesale-and-retail/retailing-malaysia-market-summary/53168-95.html

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Contact:

Ken Research

Ankur Gupta, Head Marketing & Communications

query@kenresearch.com

+91-124-4230204

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