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2019
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Exports
: $1.12B, Rnk 29 / 213

2019
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Top Product
: $229M, Integrated Circuits

2019
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Exports
: $2.94B, Rnk 16 / 220

2019
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Top Product
: $1.8B, Iron Ore

2019
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Economic Complexity (ECI)
: ECI 1.07, Rnk 26 / 146

2019
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Economic Complexity (ECI)
: ECI 0.51, Rnk 49 / 146

2019
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GDP
: $365B, CURRENT US$
Rnk 35 / 187

2009-2019
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GDP GROWTH
: 80.3%, CURRENT US$
Rnk 46 / 187

2019
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 GDP
: $1.84T, CURRENT US$
Rnk 9 / 187

2009-2019
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GDP GROWTH
: 10.4%, CURRENT US$
Rnk 162 / 187

2019
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GDP PC 
: $11,414, CURRENT US$
Rnk 66 / 187

2009-2019
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GDP PC GROWTH
: 56.5%, CURRENT US$
Rnk 48 / 187

2019
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GDP PC
: $8,717, CURRENT US$
Rnk 79 / 187

2009-2019
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GDP PC GROWTH
: 1.39%, CURRENT US$
Rnk 156 / 187

Malaysia-Brazil: In 2019, Malaysia exported $1.12B to Brazil. The main products that Malaysia exported to Brazil are Integrated Circuits ($229M), Rubber Apparel ($134M), and Office Machine Parts ($56.9M). During the last 24 years the exports of Malaysia to Brazil have increased at an annualized rate of 4.86%, from $360M in 1995 to $1.12B in 2019.

In 2019, Malaysia did not exported services to Brazil.

Brazil-Malaysia: In 2019, Brazil exported $2.94B to Malaysia . The main products that Brazil exported to Malaysia were Iron Ore ($1.8B), Corn ($343M), and Crude Petroleum ($224M). During the last 24 years the exports of Brazil to Malaysia have increased at an annualized rate of 9.85%, from $309M in 1995 to $2.94B in 2019.

In 2019, Brazil did not exported services to Malaysia.

Comparison: In 2019,  Malaysia ranked 26 in the Economic Complexity Index (ECI 1.07), and 21 in total exports ($273B). That same year, Brazil ranked 49 in the Economic Complexity Index (ECI 0.51), and 25 in total exports ($230B).

Historical Data

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Bilateral Trade by Products

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Value

In 2019, Malaysia exported $1.12B to Brazil. The main products exported from Malaysia to Brazil were Integrated Circuits ($229M), Rubber Apparel ($134M), and Office Machine Parts ($56.9M). During the last 24 years the exports of Malaysia to Brazil have increased at an annualized rate of 4.86%, from $360M in 1995 to $1.12B in 2019.

In 2019, Brazil exported $2.94B to Malaysia. The main products exported from Brazil to Malaysia were Iron Ore ($1.8B), Corn ($343M), and Crude Petroleum ($224M). During the last 24 years the exports of Brazil to Malaysia have increased at an annualized rate of 9.85%, from $309M in 1995 to $2.94B in 2019.

Market Competitiveness

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Malaysia
Top Destination
: Singapore, $36.2B

Brazil
Top Destination
: China, $63.5B

This map shows whether countries import more from Malaysia or Brazil. Each country is colored based on the difference in imports they receive from Malaysia and Brazil or the difference in the growth in imports.

In 2019, countries that imported more from Malaysia than Brazil were Singapore ($36.2B), Hong Kong ($17.2B), and Thailand ($13B).

In 2019, countries that imported more from Brazil than Malaysia were China ($63.5B), Argentina ($9.85B), and Chile ($5.24B).

Comparative Advantage Malaysia - Brazil

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This chart compares trade between Malaysia and Brazil by product, considering products traded by both, Malaysia and Brazil.

During 2019, Malaysia had a large net trade with Brazil in the exports of Machines ($532M), Plastics and Rubbers ($216M), and Chemical Products ($77.7M).

During 2019, Brazil had a large net trade with Malaysia in the exports of Mineral Products ($2.06B), Vegetable Products ($372M), and Textiles ($147M).

Tariff Section

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This section shows import tariffs for products traded between Malaysia and Brazil (using the HS6 product classification and the last year reported).

In 2016, the products from Malaysia that paid the highest import tariffs to enter Brazil were Tobacco refuse (1.33k%) and Undenatured ethyl alcohol > 80% by volume (898%).

In 2018, the products from Brazil that paid the highest import tariffs to enter Malaysia were Nuts, edible: coconuts, desiccated (55%) and Peaches, otherwise prepared or preserved (35%).

*The tariffs present between Malaysia and Brazil are:
136: Most Favoured Nation duty rate treatement

Economic Complexity

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Competitive Landscape

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This visualization show the product space at the HS4 level colored from blue to red.  This mean that the more blue a dot/product is, the more Malaysia has comparative advantage over Brazil. Similarly, the more red a dot/product is, the more Brazil has comparative advantage over Malaysia.