With the number of mobile internet users in Malaysia projected to increase by 5% over the next few years, reaching more than 21 million users, the online sales segment is expected to grow in tandem with this trend, according to a study by Tetra Pak, the world’s leading food processing and packaging solutions company.
This year, Tetra Pak, which released the 11th annual edition of the Tetra Pak Index recently, focused on the rise of Online Grocery and the unique challenges it presents for the food and beverage industry.
The Malaysian Business Sentiment Survey 2018/2019, conducted by Monash University Malaysia in collaboration with CPA Australia and Global Asia in the 21st Century Research Platform, gathers the opinions, voice and feelings of the country’s business leaders.
The survey highlights concerns that could potentially affect businesses seeking growth through investments in existing products and services in new markets and these findings merit attention if Malaysia is to remain competitive in a global economy without borders.
By Darell Leiking, Minister of International Trade and Industry
E-Commerce offers enormous opportunities for business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumers (B2C). Based on a study conducted by Google and Temasek, e-Commerce trade in ASEAN will reach USD200 billion by the year 2025, driven first-hand by the growth of e-Commerce market, followed by online media and online travel.