Where are the key economic regions in Malaysia?
Gross domestic product (GDP) at market prices represents the final result of the production activity of resident producer units. Called Gross Regional Product (GRP) when applied to regions and Gross Provincial Product (GPP) when applied to provinces.
Malaysia’s regional economies
Malaysia’s economy is concentrated around KL and Selangor region, together account for almost 40% of GDP. The highest GDP growth between 2010-17 occurred at Labuan territory, followed by Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Lumpur has by far the highest GDP per capita.
What is the size of Malaysia’s economy? See Chart
What is the size of Malaysia’s population? See Chart
What is the demographic structure of Malaysia? See Chart
How has the structure of Malaysia’s GDP changed over the years? See Chart
How much does Malaysia’s economy rely on its natural resources? See Chart
How much does Malaysia’s economy rely on external trade? See Chart
Economic Freedom Index: How free is Malaysia’s economy? See Chart