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  • Kerajaan akan meneruskan kempen kesedaran, bersama-sama dengan proses pengesahan bagi Perjanjian Perkongsian Trans-Pasifik (TPP), tanpa menunggu keputusan pilihan raya presiden Amerika Syarikat.

    Timbalan Ketua Setiausaha Kementerian Perdagangan Antarabangsa dan Industri, Datuk J Jayasiri berkata, kerajaan telah melaksanakan program capaian intensif untuk memaklumkan pihak berkepentingan mengenai kandungan TPP serta peluang-peluang yang ada sebaik sahaja perjanjian itu berkuat kuasa.

    Dato Sri Mustapa Mohamed, Menteri Perdagangan Antarabangsa dan industri, juga telah mengumumkan bahawa jawatankuasa perundingan dan pelaksanaan akan ditubuhkan sebagai sebahagian daripada proses untuk menjadikannya lebih meluas berkenaan dengan pihak berkepentingan kita, terutama usahawan kecil dan sederhana Bumiputera, yang akan diberi pelbagai pembinaan keupayaan, katanya kepada pemberita di luar acara Persidangan Eksport Kebangsaan 2016.

    Jayasiri berkata TPP, yang ditandatangani bulan lepas, menyatakan bahawa kesemua 12 anggota perlu mengesahkan perjanjian itu dalam tempoh 24 bulan selepas pemeteraian, bagi membolehkan perjanjian boleh mula berkuat kuasa. Beliau berkata, jika masih ada negara yang tidak mengesahkan perjanjian itu selepas tempoh berkenaan, ia masih boleh efektif, memandangkan sekurang-kurangnya enam negara dengan gabungan keluaran dalam negara kasar (KDNK) lebih daripada 85 peratus daripada jumlah semua anggota TPP, telah mengesahkannya.

    Beliau berkata, Amerika Syarikat memainkan peranan penting dalam memastikan perjanjian berkuat kuasa kerana negara itu merupakan ekonomi terbesar dunia dan menyumbang sebahagian besar kepada KDNK global. Semasa di Parlimen pada Isnin, Mustapa berkata TPP boleh bertemu jalan buntu jika calon presiden Amerika Syarikat Donald Trump memenangi pilihan raya.

    Ini kerana pendirian Trump yang menentang perjanjian perdagangan. Anggota TPP berkongsi pandangan bahawa perjanjian itu tidak penting tanpa penyertaan Amerika Syarikat. Sementara itu, mengenai prospek eksport, Jayasiri berkata ia dijangka perlahan tahun ini kerana prospek ekonomi global kurang memberangsangkan, termasuk China, rakan dagang terbesar Malaysia. Mungkin ada ruang pertumbuhan dalam beberapa bidang, namun, beberapa rakan dagang terbesar kita menghadapi kelembapan, katanya.

    Sementara itu, persidangan sehari bertemakan Kesan TPP dan Komuniti Ekonomi Asean (AEC) terhadap Pengeksport Malaysia itu mengumpulkan pengeksport tempatan untuk membincangkan peluang dan cabaran yang menyelubungi TPP dan AEC yang akan membentuk perdagangan masa depan negara.

    Sumber: 24 Mac 2016, BERNAMA

    Kempen Kesedaran Perjanjian TPP Diteruskan

  • MALAYSIA

    Source : Department of Statistics, Malaysia

    Performance of the Construction Sector, 2010 -2015

    No of Project 40,169, 1.7%

    Value of Work Done RM114.9 bil., 12.1%

    2015No of Projects 40,169, 1.7%

    Value of Work Done* RM114.9 bil., 12.1%

    2015No of Projects 39,484, 5.3%

    Value of Work Done* RM102.5 bil., 12.8%

    2014No of Projects 37,516, 5.4%

    Value of Work Done* RM90.9 bil., 12.7%

    2013

    No of Project 40,169, 1.7%

    Value of Work Done RM114.9 bil., 12.1%

    2015No of Projects35,589, 9.7%

    Value of Work Done* RM80.7 bil., 25.5%

    2012No of Projects32,454, 4.6%

    Value of Work Done* RM64.3 bil., 5.7%

    2011 No of Projects 31,018, 7.7%

    Value of Work Done* RM60.8 bil., 1.3%

    2010

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    Q1 2012 - Q4 2015

    Note:% Y-on-Y Growth* Value for construction work done includes new work, capital repairs, restorations, conversions and current repairs and maintenance which were carried out during the reference period for the owner or investor of the project.

  • Source : Department of Statistics, Malaysia

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    Private Government

    Value Of Construction Work Done By Project Owner2010 - 2015

    Value Of Construction Work Done By Location of Project, 2015

    JohorRM22,177 bil.

    KedahRM2,351 bil.

    KelantanRM1,228 bil.

    MelakaRM2,379 bil.

    Negeri SembilanRM3,867bil.

    PahangRM5,269 bil.

    PerakRM5,028 bil.

    PerlisRM371 bil. Sabah

    RM5,875 bil.

    SarawakRM9,367 bil.

    SelangorRM28,038 bil.

    Pulau PinangRM5,960 bil.

    TerengganuRM2,403 bil.

    Wilayah Persekutuan*RM20,628 bil.

    Note: * refer to Wilayah Persekuatuan (WP) Kuala Lumpur, WP Putrajaya & WP Labuan

  • Malaysia: Export of Seafood 2011 - 2015

    2011RM2.2 bil

    2012RM2.0 bil

    2013RM1.8bil

    2014RM2.1 bil

    2015RM1.8 bil

    Export Destinations2015 Japan

    RM198.3milSingaporeRM277.1 mil

    Viet NamRM313.0 mil

    USARM212.0 mil

    AustraliaRM145.8 mil

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    Top Five Export Seafood by Products, 2015CrustaceansRM910.0 mil.

    Molluscs & Oth Aquatic Invertebrates Nes, Live,

    RM271.2 mil.Fish, frozen, whole

    RM251.0 mil. Live fishRM134.6mil.

    Fish fillets and pieces, fresh, chilled/frozenRM145.1 mil.

    Source : Department of Statistics, Malaysia

    HS Code: 0301, 0303, 0304, 0306 and 0307

  • Buku kecil TPPA di dalam versi PDF boleh di muat turun melalui pautanhttp://fta.miti.gov.my/miti-fta/resources/MITI_TPPA.pdf

  • International Repor tSingapores Global Trade, Jan - Feb 2016/15

    Total Trade S$67.5 billion 9.8%

    Total Value of Exports

    6.4% S$58.6 billion

    Total Value of ImportsS$126.1 billion 8.2%

    Note: % Y-on-Y Growth

    Top Five Trading Partners , February 2016(in Billion)

    S$7.5 S$6.6 S$5.2 S$4.4 S$4.1

    China Malaysia USA Indonesia Hong Kong

    8.3% 5.3% 1.2% 2.2% 10.4% Note: % Y-on-Y Growth

    Source: http://www.iesingapore.gov.sg/Trade-From-Singapore/Overview

    Note: % M-on-M Growth

    Non-oil Domestic Exports (NODX) to Top Market, February 2016 (% Growth)

    Total Trade

    EUNODX : 16.1%Electronic NODX: 2.5%Non-Electronic NODX: 19.9%

    Hong KongNODX : 21.9%Electronic NODX: 16.2%Non-Electronic NODX: 30.8%

    JapanNODX : 15.1%Electronic NODX: 16.6%Non-Electronic NODX: 14.5%

    USNODX : 4.2%Electronic NODX: 0.3%Non-Electronic NODX: 5.9%

    ChinaNODX : 1.2%Electronic NODX: 11.4%Non-Electronic NODX: 6.4%

    IndonesiaNODX : 5.9%Electronic NODX: 22.8%Non-Electronic NODX: 9.3%

    MalaysiaNODX : 4.9%Electronic NODX: 13.9%Non-Electronic NODX: 14.3%

    ThailandNODX : 9.2%Electronic NODX: 4.6%Non-Electronic NODX: 11.9%

    TaiwanNODX : 14.4%Electronic NODX: 22.9%Non-Electronic NODX: 5.0%

    South KoreaNODX : 26.5%Electronic NODX: 13.4%Non-Electronic NODX: 31.8%

  • Source: https://www.henleyglobal.com/files/download/HP/hvri/HP%20Visa%20Restrictions%20Index%20160223.pdf

    World's Most Powerful Passports Ranking based on study by Henley & Partners that ranks nations based on the number

    of countries their citizens can travel visa-free

    Germany, 177Sweden, 176Finland, France, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, 175Belgium, Denmark, Netherlands, United States, 174Austria, Japan, Singapore, 173Canada, Ireland (Republic of), Korea (Republic of, South),Luxembourg, Norway, Portugal, Switzerland, 172Greece, New Zealand, 171Australia, 169Malta, 168Hungary, Czech Republic, Iceland, 167

    123456

    7891012 Malaysia, 1642367

    7679

    Brunei, 151Thailand, 71Philippines,61Indonesia, 58

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    Cambodia, 50Viet Nam, Laos, 47Myanmar, 42

  • 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)

    AANZFTA: ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement(Implemented since 1 January 2010)

    AIFTA: ASEAN-India Free Trade Agreement (Implemented since 1 January 2010)

    ATIGA: ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement (Implemented since 1 May 2010)

    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)

    MTFTA: Malaysia-Turkey Free Trade Agreement (Implemented since 1 August 2015)

    MAFTA: Malaysia-Australia Free Trade Agreement (Implemented since 1 January 2013)

    MPCEPA: Malaysia-Pakistan Closer Economic Partnership Agreement (Implemented since 1 January 2008)MJEPA: Malaysia-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (Implemented since 13 July 2006)

    31 Jan 7 Feb 14 Feb 21 Feb 28 Feb 6 Mar 13 Mar 20 MarAANZFTA 442 108 51 93 75 84 70 96AIFTA 183 165 90 123 144 152 153 148AJCEP 114 86 61 58 52 80 59 26

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