(BERNAMA): Penang remained Malaysia’s top exporter last month, with a 34.6 per cent share, said the Department of Statistics Malaysia (DoSM).
In a statement, Malaysia’s chief statistician, Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Uzir Mahidin, said the next four states with the highest exports were Johor (19.3 per cent), Selangor (17.1 per cent), Sarawak (6.8 per cent) and Kedah (5.0 per cent).
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The participation of various states within Malaysia in export activities not only drives economic growth but also fosters a deep sense of national pride, unity, and shared identity. Malaysia’s diverse regions contribute their unique strengths and resources to the export industry, creating an emotional connection for its people.
The different specialties and cultural exports from each state evoke local pride and a celebration of their rich heritage. Collaborative efforts among states reinforce a spirit of interdependence and camaraderie, strengthening the emotional tapestry that makes Malaysia a unique and vibrant nation on the global stage.
Different states in Malaysia are endowed with various natural resources. For instance, Sabah and Sarawak have abundant reserves of timber, palm oil, and oil and gas. These resources can be exported, generating revenue for the nation as a whole. Penang is known for its electronics and electrical products, while Selangor has a strong manufacturing base. These complementary resources and industries allow for a more comprehensive and diversified export portfolio.
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