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Back Book Title Exploring the Trade Potential of the DFTZ for Malaysian SMEs

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Exploring the Trade Potential of the DFTZ for Malaysian SMEs
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- Tham Siew Yean & Andrew Kam Jia Yi (Series Ed) Ooi Kee Beng
- Singapore
- ISEAS Publishing, Singapore
- ISSN: 0219-3213 ; 9789814843430
- 2019
- 32p.
- 2019, No.3
- Trends in Southeast Asia
- 100 gms.
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1. Electronic commerce – Malaysia 2. Free ports and zones – Malaysia 3. Small business – Malaysia 4. Malaysia – Commerce – China 5. China – Commerce – Malaysia 6. Exports – Malaysia 7. Imports – Malaysia 8. Kam, Andrew Jia Yi. Malaysia established the Digital Free Trade Zone (DFTZ) to facilitate the development of e-commerce and the country's small and medium enterprises' (SMEs') exports. The data revealed thus far indicates an increasing number of SMEs coming on board the DFTZ e-commerce platforms. The overall trend signals that Malaysia is losing its bilateral revealed comparative advantage in exports to China, as well as an increasing use of imports for exporting to China. While the DFTZ facilitates both exports and imports, differing standards and customs processes in different export destinations, including China, will require Malaysian SMEs to know and understand the standards and customs processes governing imports in each export destination involved

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