Despite being small, mutton is an essential industry in Malaysia, as it provides an alternative source of protein to people. This country produces around 4,000 tons of mutton yearly, or only sufficient to supply approximately 11.5% of the local needs. Malaysia imports more than 50,000...
The livestock industry plays an important role in the Malaysian economy as the Compound Annual Growth Rates (CAGR) for both gross output and value added were recorded at 15.1% and 17.2%, respectively during 2010-2015 period with the largest contribution of the output stemming from the...
Malaysia is one of the important countries for the world’s pineapple industry. In 2017, Malaysia was ranked number 19 as the top pineapple producing country, and number five as the top exporter of pineapples in the world. Every year Malaysia produces more than 350,000 Mt of pineapples....
The ASEAN stands for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. It comprises ten countries that include Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, Brunei, Cambodia, Myanmar and Laos. This association was formed in 1967, mainly out of concern for political...
The international trade of agricultural products is projected to sustain its strong growth. The growing world demand on agricultural produce creates an opportunity for Malaysia to expand its export markets and contribute to the Gross National Income since international trade is a...
Mohd Zaffrie Mat Amin
AfflicationMalaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (MARDI)
Latest Submission of the Author
Supply Chain of Mutton in Malaysia: Challenges and the Way Forward
Impact of Import Quota Liberalization Policy towards Malaysia’s Meat Industry
Japan as a New Market for Malaysian Pineapples
Overview of Agro-Food Trade Between Malaysia and Selected Asean Countries
The Potential of Malaysian Fresh Agriculture Products in Vietnam Market