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Regulations Import regulations in Malaysia are liberal as compared to other ASEAN countries' regulations. Most of the goods can be freely imported under Open General License. Some specific sectors, considered as strategic, are protected by a system of restricted import licenses. Items covered under this category... 顯示更多 Regulations

Import regulations in Malaysia are liberal as compared to other ASEAN countries' regulations. Most of the goods can be freely imported under Open General License. Some specific sectors, considered as strategic, are protected by a system of restricted import licenses. Items covered under this category are iron industry, the cement, motorcar and its component and also polyethylene and polypropylene.
The restrictions in import licensing also affect other sectors in terms of approval (electrical products and sanitary items, dietary or veterinarian products), without having a protectionist measure.
Quotas are not frequently applied to imports and are fixed on certain products which production is favoured(rice, meat, fruits and vegetables). In extreme cases (frozen chicken, eggs, liquid milk or sugar), if it is considered that the local production is self-sufficient, import is forbidden. There are other products that are forbidden or subject to special licenses for safety, religion or morality reasons.
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