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List of Malaysian states by GDP

This is a list of Malaysian states and federal territories sorted by their gross domestic product.[1][2]

As of 4 May 2020, 1 Malaysian Ringgit (symbol: RM, currency code: MYR) is equivalent to 0.23 US Dollar or 0.21 Euros.[3]

Gross Domestic Product by state [ edit ]

The following table is a list of the GDP of Malaysian states released by the Department of Statistics Malaysia.

State or Federal Territory 2018 GDP

(RM Million)
2017 GDP current

(RM Million)
2016 GDP

(RM Million)
2015 GDP

(RM Million)
2014 GDP

(RM Million)
2013 GDP

(RM Million)
2012 GDP

(RM Million)
2011 GDP

(RM Million)
2010 GDP

(RM Million)
  Selangor 321,069 300,627 280,698 239,968 226,964 212,645 200,906 187,434 177,718
  Kuala Lumpur 217,818 204,141 190,075 160,388 152,380 140,534 131,514 122,890 113,095
  Johor 130,852 123,913 116,679 98,880 93,665 87,974 84,050 78,946 74,102
  Sarawak 129,662 127,120 121,414 106,063 102,318 98,089 94,013 92,700 87,131
  Penang 89,957 85,592 81,284 69,844 66,200 61,324 58,353 55,827 52,946
  Sabah 88,042 86,741 80,167 70,421 66,376 63,226 61,223 59,339 58,127
  Perak 75,129 71,348 67,629 58,033 54,785 52,368 49,756 46,346 43,313
  Pahang 58,239 56,543 52,452 45,882 43,946 42,201 40,047 38,148 35,871
  Negeri Sembilan 46,333 44,466 42,389 37,539 35,963 34,892 33,924 32,007 30,229
  Kedah 44,374 42,626 40,596 35,999 34,105 32,740 31,241 29,585 27,356
  Malacca 41,826 40,256 37,274 31,715 30,071 27,933 27,276 25,487 24,187
  Terengganu 35,028 34,174 32,270 27,760 26,866 25,326 24,292 23,509 22,769
  Kelantan 24,799 24,171 23,020 19,722 19,048 18,136 17,558 16,691 15,591
  Labuan 6,768 6,349 5,984 5,119 4,790 4,549 4,167 3,852 3,389
  Perlis 5,962 5,772 5,642 4,917 4,806 4,574 4,426 4,214 4,105
  Malaysia 1,365,523 1,302,697 1,230,120 1,062,805 1,012,506 955,080 912,261 864,920 821,434

Gross Domestic Product per capita by state [ edit ]

The following table is a list of the GDP per capita of Malaysian states released by the Department of Statistics Malaysia.

State or Federal Territory 2018 GDP

per capita

(RM)
2017 GDP

per capita

(RM)
2016 GDP

per capita

(RM)
2015 GDP

per capita

(RM)
2014 GDP

per capita

(RM)
2013 GDP

per capita

(RM)
2012 GDP

per capita

(RM)
2011 GDP

per capita

(RM)
2010 GDP

per capita

(RM)
2009 GDP

per capita

(USD)
  Kuala Lumpur 121,293 111,321 101,420 94,722 90,464 82,208 77,073 70,675 64,693 27,991
  Labuan 74,337 65,949 61,833 58,577 55,566 53,576 49,157 44,044 38,445 16,582
  Penang 52,397 49,873 47,322 44,847 42,130 38,490 37,053 35,527 33,597 12,540
  Sarawak 52,301 49,327 44,333 44,012 44,596 41,766 41,493 40,636 35,034 12,403
  Selangor 51,528 48,091 44,616 42,611 40,536 38,071 36,799 34,478 32,300 12,092
  Malacca 47,960 46,015 41,363 39,853 38,656 35,699 34,965 32,421 29,366 11,570
  Negeri Sembilan 43,047 41,615 38,559 36,699 35,865 34,118 33,761 32,136 29,363 10,463
  Pahang 35,554 35,352 32,244 30,343 29,341 27,856 27,413 27,069 23,883 8,889
  Johor 36,394 34,362 31,952 29,539 28,089 26,308 25,442 24,350 22,035 8,640
  Terengganu 30,216 29,347 27,268 26,529 26,397 24,449 23,935 23,282 21,573 7,379
  Perak 30,303 29,226 27,246 25,418 21,132 22,445 21,711 20,370 18,207 7,348
  Sabah 25,861 23,979 21,081 19,734 19,723 18,680 19,487 19,648 17,831 6,029
  Perlis 24,442 23,372 22,479 21,394 20,999 20,196 19,537 18,299 17,410 5,876
  Kedah 21,410 20,327 19,152 18,249 17,329 16,616 16,088 15,563 14,034 5,111
  Kelantan 13,668 13,593 12,812 12,075 11,748 11,284 11,217 10,894 9,806 3,417
  Malaysia 44,682 42,228 38,887 37,104 36,031 33,714 32,913 31,372 28,733 10,618

See also [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ "Table 30: GDP by State, 2010-2016 at Current Prices - RM Million"(PDF) (in Malay and English). Department of Statistics, Malaysia. p. 17/32. Retrieved 22 February 2018.
  2. ^ "Table 2.6.2: Gross Domestic Product by State at Constant Prices (2010 = 100), 2010 - 2016, Malaysia"(PDF) (in Malay and English). Economic Planning Unit, Prime Minister's Department of Malaysia. p. 1/2. Archived from the original (PDF) on 21 April 2017. Retrieved 22 February 2018.
  3. ^ "XE: Convert MYR/EUR. Malaysia Ringgit to Euro Member Countries". www.xe.com. Retrieved 11 April 2018.

4. https://www.dosm.gov.my/v1/index.php?r=column/cthemeByCat&cat=102&bul_id=OE5UdnNRL1VZbjJjcUlSTVdIdFlUdz09&menu_id=TE5CRUZCblh4ZTZMODZIbmk2aWRRQT09 5. https://www.johor.gov.my/kerajaan/bajet-johor/tahun-2019#tab-id-3 Johor 2018 estimate grow 5%-5.2%

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