Overview: In September 2020 Malaysia's Photographic Film exports accounted up to N/A18.9M and imports accounted up to N/A2.88M, resulting in a positive trade balance of N/A16M. Between September 2019 and September 2020 the exports of Malaysia's Photographic Film have decreased by N/A-11.2M (-37.2%) from N/A30M to N/A18.9M, while imports increased by N/A1.17M (68.3%) from N/A1.71M to N/A2.88M.
Destinations: In September 2020 Photographic Film exported mostly to South Korea (MYR5.57M), Thailand (MYR4.4M), Chinese Taipei (MYR3.63M), Vietnam (MYR2.43M), and Singapore (MYR1.93M), and imported mostly from China (MYR1.54M), Singapore (MYR668k), Chinese Taipei (MYR294k), Thailand (MYR166k), and Japan (MYR120k).
Growth: In September 2020, the decrease in Photographic Film's year-by-year exports was explained primarily by a decrease in exports to South Korea (MYR-4.77M or -46.2%), Chinese Taipei (MYR-3.85M or -51.5%), and Thailand (MYR-903k or -17%). In September 2020, the increase in Photographic Film's year-by-year imports was explained primarily by an increase in imports from Singapore (MYR651k or 3.93k%), China (MYR521k or 51%), and Chinese Taipei (MYR139k or 89.5%).