Malaysia’s industrial output continues to rise in March
The increase in March was attributed to the growth in manufacturing by 5.9% after an increase of 6.6% in February as well as a rise in mining sector by 2% after a modest increase of 0.2% in February.
Among the sub-sectors, the largest increases were recorded in wood products, furniture, paper products and printing (10.3%), electrical and electronics products (8.5%) and Petroleum, Chemical, Rubber and Plastic Products (3.6%).
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