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Malaysia Food and Drink Report Q1 2014

Malaysia Food and Drink Market: New market information published

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2014-04-03 07:13:01 - Malaysia Food and Drink Report Q1 2014 - a new market research report on

We believe that a mixture of declining global grain prices, subdued money supply growth and benign wage price pressure will combine to keep Malaysian consumer price inflation in check as we head into 2014.

Malaysia´s improving labour market dynamics not only bodes well for economic growth and private spending, but also is likely to help to keep labour costs stable, thus promoting investment.

Headline Industry Data (local currency)

- 2013 per capita food consumption value sales growth = +1.24% year-on-year (y-o-y); compound annual growth rate (CAGR) forecast to 2017 = +1.40%

- 2013 soft drinks value sales growth= +3.43% y-o-y; CAGR forecast to 2017 = +3.58%

- 2013 alcoholic drinks value sales growth = +3.96% y-o-y; CAGR forecast to 2017 = +4.92%

- 2013 mass grocery



retail sales growth = +7.77% y-o-y; CAGR forecast to 2017 = +8.03%

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