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馬來西亞的纖維、服飾產業的未來展望

Prospects for the textile and clothing industry in Malaysia, 2019

出版商 Textiles Intelligence Ltd 商品編碼 750192
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 44 Pages
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馬來西亞的纖維、服飾產業的未來展望 Prospects for the textile and clothing industry in Malaysia, 2019
出版日期: 2019年01月01日內容資訊: 英文 44 Pages
簡介

以本報告提供馬來西亞國內的纖維產品、服飾產業相關分析,馬來西亞市場背景情況 (政治、經濟特徵) 為首,產業的整體規模和結構,生產額及出口額、進口額的變化,政府的投資促進政策,各種基礎設施 (人力資源、運輸、通訊等)的整頓現狀等調查。

摘要

馬來西亞經濟的纖維、服飾產業的重要性

馬來西亞國內的纖維、服飾產業的發展趨勢

馬來西亞:地理、政治、經濟的簡介

  • 地理特徵
  • 政治特徵
  • 經濟特徵

馬來西亞:基礎設施

  • 概要
  • 運輸基礎設施
  • 道路
  • 鐵路
  • 港口
  • 機場
  • 通訊基礎設施

馬來西亞:纖維、服飾產業的人力資源的規模、結構

  • 機器設備的投資額
  • 產量

馬來西亞:纖維產品、服飾的出口趨勢

  • 纖維產品的出口額:各產品
  • 服飾的出口額:各產品
  • 纖維產品、服飾的出口額:各合作國家
  • 纖維產品的出口額:各合作國家
  • 服飾的出口額:各合作國家

馬來西亞:纖維產品、服飾的進口趨勢

  • 纖維產品的進口額:各產品
  • 服飾的進口額:各產品
  • 纖維產品、服飾的進口額:各合作國家
  • 纖維產品的進口額:各合作國家
  • 服飾的進口額:各合作國家

馬來西亞:纖維、服飾產業國內投資/海外直接投資 (FDI)

馬來西亞的纖維、服飾產業:政府的政策與投資獎勵策略

  • 政府的政策
  • 對高附加價值的纖維產品、服飾的投資促進
  • 市場佔有率的維持和出口的促進
  • 地區整合的強化
  • 國內的生產能力、設備的強化和,技術活用度的提高
  • 技術的強化
  • 制度性的支援的強化
  • 貿易政策
  • 投資獎勵策略
  • 優待稅制
  • 財政支援計劃
  • A-CA (自動化相關優惠措施)
  • 大選、新政權揭幕的政策變更
  • Industrial and specialised parks

馬來西亞的纖維、服飾產業:SWOT分析

  • 強度
  • 機會
  • 威脅

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目錄
Product Code: 978-1-849787-67-3

Malaysia's textile and clothing industry is one of the country's largest established manufacturing sectors. Overall, the industry employs over 90,000 people directly, and its exports were valued at US$3.3 bn in 2017. The Malaysian government has ambitious plans for the industry, and an export target of US$6 bn has been set for 2020. Moreover, the continuing importance of the textile and clothing industry to Malaysia is highlighted in the country's Third Industrial Master Plan (IMP3), which has identified industrial and home textiles, functional fabrics, high-end fabrics and garments, and ethnic fabrics as growth categories. Furthermore, the textile industry in Malaysia benefits from low import duties on industrial goods, membership of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) and bilateral trade agreements with the EU, Chile, India, New Zealand, Pakistan and Turkey. That said, Malaysia faces increased competition from lower cost competitors in countries such as Bangladesh and Cambodia. Also, the textile and clothing industry in Malaysia is dependent on the importing of raw materials-particularly for the manufacture of fabric. However, as the industry shifts towards the manufacture of higher added value products, Malaysia has the potential to develop industrial and home textiles, functional fabrics and high value fabrics and clothing. This report looks at the development of the textile and clothing industry in Malaysia and its size and structure, and features: a geographical, political and economic profile; a detailed look at the country's imports and exports; a review of government policies and investment incentives; an analysis of the industry's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT); and an examination of Malaysia's infrastructure and human resources and how these affect the industry.

Table of Contents

List of contents

SUMMARY

IMPORTANCE OF THE TEXTILE AND CLOTHING INDUSTRY TO THE ECONOMY OF MALAYSIA

DEVELOPMENT OF THE TEXTILE AND CLOTHING INDUSTRY IN MALAYSIA

MALAYSIA: GEOGRAPHICAL, POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC PROFILE

  • Geographical profile
  • Political profile
  • Economic profile

MALAYSIA: INFRASTRUCTURE

  • Overview
  • Transportation
  • Roads
  • Railways
  • Seaports
  • Airports
  • Telecommunications

MALAYSIA: HUMAN RESOURCES SIZE AND STRUCTURE OF THE TEXTILE AND CLOTHING INDUSTRY IN MALAYSIA

  • Investment in machinery
  • Output

MALAYSIA: TEXTILE AND CLOTHING EXPORTS

  • Textile exports by product
  • Clothing exports by product
  • Textile and clothing exports by destination
  • Textile exports by destination
  • Clothing exports by destination

MALAYSIA: TEXTILE AND CLOTHING IMPORTS

  • Textile imports by product
  • Clothing imports by product
  • Textile and clothing imports by supplier
  • Textile imports by supplier
  • Clothing imports by supplier

MALAYSIA: DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI) IN THE TEXTILE AND CLOTHING INDUSTRY

TEXTILES AND CLOTHING IN MALAYSIA: GOVERNMENT POLICIES AND INVESTMENT INCENTIVES

  • Government policies
  • Promoting investment in higher added value textiles and clothing
  • Sustaining market share and promoting exports
  • Intensifying regional integration
  • Enhancing domestic capabilities and facilitating the utilisation of technologies
  • Enhancing skills
  • Strengthening institutional support
  • Trade policy
  • Investment incentives
  • Tax incentives
  • Financial assistance programmes
  • Automation Capital Allowance (A-CA)
  • Policy changes resulting from the election of the new government
  • Industrial and specialised parks

TEXTILES AND CLOTHING IN MALAYSIA: STRENGTHS, WEAKNESSES, OPPORTUNITIES AND THREATS (SWOT)

  • Strengths
  • Weaknesses
  • Opportunities
  • Threats

List of tables

  • Table 1: Malaysia: political and economic profile, 2018
  • Table 2: Malaysia: economic indicators, 2015-17
  • Table 3: Malaysia: no of employees in the textile and clothing industry by activity, sex and citizenship, 2015
  • Table 4: Malaysia: no of establishments in the textile and clothing industry by activity, 2015
  • Table 5: Malaysia: textile and clothing industry output, 2015
  • Table 6: Malaysia: textile and clothing exports, 2010-17
  • Table 7: Malaysia: textile exports by product type, 2012-17
  • Table 8: Malaysia: clothing exports by product type, 2012-17
  • Table 9: Malaysia: textile and clothing exports by leading destination, 2012-17
  • Table 10: Malaysia: textile exports by leading destination, 2012-17
  • Table 11: Malaysia: clothing exports by leading destination, 2012-17
  • Table 12: Malaysia: textile and clothing imports, 2010-17
  • Table 13: Malaysia: textile imports by product type, 2012-17
  • Table 14: Malaysia: clothing imports by product type, 2012-17
  • Table 15: Malaysia: textile and clothing imports by leading supplier, 2012-17
  • Table 16: Malaysia: textile imports by leading supplier, 2012-17
  • Table 17: Malaysia: clothing imports by leading supplier, 2012-17
  • Table 18: Malaysia: approved textile and clothing industry investments, 2016

List of maps

  • Map of Malaysia