Overview In September 2020 Malaysia's Semiconductor Devices exports accounted up to MYR2.74B and imports accounted up to MYR1.24B, resulting in a positive trade balance of MYR1.5B. Between September 2019 and September 2020 the exports of Malaysia's Semiconductor Devices have decreased by MYR-421M (-13.3%) from MYR3.16B to MYR2.74B, while imports increased by MYR201M (19.3%) from MYR1.04B to MYR1.24B.
Destinations In September 2020, Semiconductor Devices were exported mostly to United States (MYR707M), Singapore (MYR393M), Hong Kong (MYR336M), Germany (MYR304M), and Vietnam (MYR244M), and were imported mostly from China (MYR331M), Japan (MYR228M), Singapore (MYR143M), Chinese Taipei (MYR113M), and Germany (MYR98.1M).
Growth In September 2020, the decrease in Semiconductor Devices's year-by-year exports was explained primarily by a decrease in exports to Germany (MYR-149M or -25.1%), Netherlands (MYR-66.9M or -88.4%), and Australia (MYR-64.1M or -97.3%). In September 2020, the increase in Semiconductor Devices's year-by-year imports was explained primarily by an increase in imports from Mexico (MYR12.1M or 970%), Germany (MYR6.27M or 11.6%), and Italy (MYR2.22M or 36.4%).