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ASEAN

STATISTICAL
YEARBOOK 2014

one vision
one identity
one community

AS E A N
Statistical Yearbook
2014

The ASEAN Secretariat


Jakarta

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) was established on 8 August 1967. The Member States of the Association are
Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam.
The ASEAN Secretariat is based in Jakarta, Indonesia.
For inquiries, contact:
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Catalogue-in-Publication Data
ASEAN Statistical Yearbook 2014
Jakarta: ASEAN Secretariat, July 2015
315.9
1. ASEAN Statistics
2. Demography Economic Growth Social Indicators
ISBN 978-602-0980-16-4

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Copyright Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) 2015.
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Foreword

With the sustained interest of the business and international community in the
growth and dynamism of the ASEAN Community, there is an ever-growing and
constant demand for statistical information about the region. Whereas statistics
would show the distinct and diverse characteristics of the ASEAN Member States
in terms of demography, education and health, ASEAN statistics also demonstrate
the interconnectedness of the region in trade, foreign direct investment and
tourism, among others.
Every year, the ASEAN Statistical Yearbook (ASYB) provides the regions latest
statistical information on these social and economic indicators. Containing
longer data series to facilitate deeper analysis of interrelated issues, this annual
publication provides a comprehensive account of the trends and developments in
the ASEAN region, as captured in numbers through statistics.
We hope that this publication will continue to be a useful reference for all stakeholders
interested in the region on its way to establishing the ASEAN Community by 2015.

Le Luong Minh
Secretary-General of ASEAN
Jakarta, February 2015

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword i
List of Tables
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List of Figures
xi
Glossary xiii

LIST OF TABLES
CHAPTER I.
Table I.1.
Table I.2.
Table I.3.
Table I.4.
Table I.5.
Table I.6.

POPULATION & DEMOGRAPHY


Number of Mid Year Population of ASEAN Countries, 1980-2013
Population Growth in ASEAN, 1980-2013
Population Density, 1980-2013
Population by Sex, 2013
Urban Population, 1990-2013
Population by Age Group, 2013

CHAPTER II.
EDUCATION, HEALTH & REPRODUCTION
Table II.1.
Adult Literacy Rate 2006-2013
Table II.2. Net Enrollment Ratio in Primary School by Sex, 2006-2013
Table II.3. Net Enrollment Ratio in Secondary School by Sex, 2006-2013
Table II.4. Ratio of Girls to Boys in Primary and Secondary School, 1990-2013
Table II.5. Pupil-Teacher Ratio in Primary and Secondary School, 1990-2013
Table II.6. Crude Birth Ratio (CBR) and Crude Death Ratio (CDR), 2006-2013
Table II.7.
Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) and Under Five Mortality Rate, 2006-2013
Table II.8. Total Fertility Rate (TFR) and Maternal Mortality Rate of ASEAN Countries,
2006-2013
Table II.9. Life Expectancy Rate, 2006-2013
Table II.10. Immunization Against Measles and DPT Among Children of 1 Year Old,
2000-2013
Table II.11. Prevalence of Malaria and Tuberculosis per 100K population, 2006-2013
Table II.12. HIV Prevalence Rate Among 15-24 Year Old People by Sex, 1999-2012
Table II.13. Proportion of Population with Access to Safe Drinking Water and Access

to Improved Sanitation, 2006-2013

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CHAPTER III.
Table III.1.
Table III.2.
Table III.3.
Table III.4.
Table III.5.
Table III.6.
Table III.7.
Table III.8.
Table III.9.

LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT


Unemployment Rate and Labour Force Participation Rate, 2006-2013
Number of Unemployment and Labour Force, 2006-2013
Labour Force Participation Rate by Sex, 2006-2013
Unemployment Rate of People 15 Years and Older by Sex, 2006-2013
Unemployment Rate of People 15-24 Years Old by Sex, 2006-2013
Number of Employment by Major Industry Group
Percentage of Employment by Major Industry Group
Number of Employment by Occupation
Percentage of Employment by Occupation

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CHAPTER IV.
Table IV.1.
Table IV.2.
Table IV.3.
Table IV.4.
Table IV.5.

Table IV.6.

Table IV.7.
Table IV.8.
Table IV.9.
Table IV.10.
Table IV.11.
Table IV.12.
Table IV.13.
Table IV.14.
Table IV.15.

MACRO ECONOMY
GDP at Current and Constant Market Prices, 2006-2013
Rate of Economic Growth 2006-2013
GDP per Capita at Current Market Prices in USD, 2006-2013
GDP at Current Market Prices in Million of USD, 2006-2013
GDP Share of Major Group of Economic Sectors, 2006-2013
(Based on GDP at Constant Price)
Inflation Rates, Year-on-Year End of Period,
and Year-on-Year Average Period, 2006-2013
Foreign Exchange Rates, 2006-2013
Interest Rates, end of the Period 2006-2013
Money Growth, Year-on-year end of the Period 2006-2013
Reserve Money, 2006-2013
Current Account Balance as a Percentage of GDP, 2006-2013
Current Account Balance in Million of USD, 2006-2013
Service Balance of ASEAN Countries in Million of US Dollar, 2006-2013
Government Budget Deficit as a Percentage of GDP, 2006-2013
Government Budget Deficit, 2006-2013

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CHAPTER V.
Table V.1.
Table V.2.

Table V.3.
Table V.4.
Table V.5.
Table V.6.
Table V.7.
Table V.8.
Table V.9.

MERCHANDISE TRADE
ASEAN Total Trade, Intra-ASEAN and Extra-ASEAN Trade, 2006-2013
Rate of Growth of ASEAN Total Trade, Intra-ASEAN and
Extra-ASEAN Trade, 2007-2013
ASEAN Exports by Country, 2006-2013
ASEAN Imports by Country, 2006-2013
Rate of Growth of ASEAN Exports by Country, 2007-2013
Rate of Growth of ASEAN Imports by Country, 2007-2013
Extra-ASEAN Exports by Country, 2006-2013
Intra-ASEAN Exports by Country, 2006-2013
Extra-ASEAN Imports by Country, 2006-2013

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Table V.10.
Table V.11.
Table V.12.
Table V.13.
Table V.14.
Table V.15.
Table V.16.
Table V.17.
Table V.18.
Table V.19.
Table V.20.
Table V.21.
Table V.22.
Table V.23.
Table V.24.
Table V.25.

Table V.26.

Table V.27.

Table V.28.

Table V.29.

Table V.30.

Table V.31.

Table V.32.

Table V.33.

Table V.34.

Table V.35.

Table V.36.

Table V.37.

Intra-ASEAN Imports by Country, 2006-2013


ASEAN Trade Balance by Country, 2006-2013
ASEAN Trade by Trading Partner, 2006-2013
Rate of Growth of ASEAN Trade by Trading Partner, 2007-2013
ASEAN Exports and Imports by Trading Partner, 2006-2013
Rate of Growth of ASEAN Exports and Imports by Trading Partner, 2007-2013
ASEAN Balance of Trade by Trading Partner, 2006-2013
ASEAN6 Trade by Trading Partner, 2006-2013
Rate of Growth of ASEAN6 Trade by Trading Partner, 2007-2013
ASEAN6 Exports and Imports by Trading Partner, 2006-2013
Rate of Growth of ASEAN6 Exports and Imports by Trading Partner, 2007-2013
ASEAN Ten Major Exports Markets in 2012-2013
ASEAN Ten Major Import Origins in 2012-2013
ASEAN Top-Ten Export Commodities by 2-digit HS Code in 2012-2013
ASEAN Top-Ten Import Commodities by 2-digit HS Code in 2012-2013
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to ASEAN
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from ASEAN
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to Australia
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from Australia
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to Canada
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from Canada
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to China
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from China
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to European Union
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from European Union
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to India
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from India
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to Japan
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013

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Table V.38.

Table V.39.

Table V.40.

Table V.41.

Table V.42.

Table V.43.

Table V.44.

Table V.45.

Table V.46.

Table V.47.

Table V.48.

Table V.49.

Table V.50.

Table V.51.

Table V.52.

Table V.53.

Table V.54.

Table V.55.

Table V.56.

Table V.57.

Table V.58.

Table V.59.

Table V.60.

Table V.61.

Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from Japan


by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to New Zealand
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from New Zealand
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to Pakistan
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from Pakistan
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to Republic of Korea
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from Republic of Korea
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to Russia
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from Russia
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to USA
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from USA
by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded among ASEAN Member
States (Intra-ASEAN Trade) to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between Australia and
ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between Canada and
ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between China and
ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between European Union and
ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between India and
ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between Japan and
ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between New Zealand and
ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between Pakistan and
ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between Republic of Korea and
ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between Russia and
ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between USA and
ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Top 5 Markets and Suppliers of the Top 20 ASEAN Commodities, in 2013

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CHAPTER VI.
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT
Table VI.1. Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN by Host Country,
2003-2013
Table VI.2. Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN by Source Country,
2006-2013
Table VI.3. Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN from ASEAN Member States

(by Source), 2006-2013
Table VI.4. Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN Member States (by Host)

from ASEAN, 2006-2013
Table VI.5. Percentage Share of Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN

by Source Country, 2006-2013
Table VI.6. Share of ASEAN Member States in Intra-ASEAN Foreign Direct

Investment Inflows, 2006-2013
Table VI.7. Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN6 by Source Country,
2006-2013
Table VI.8. Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to CLMV by Source Country,
2006-2013
Table VI.9. Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN Member States

by Source Country, 2006-2013
Table VI.10. Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN6 and CLMV

by Source Country/Region, 2006-2013
Table VI.11. Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN Member States

from USA, 2006-2013
Table VI.12. Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN Member States

from Japan, 2006-2013
Table VI.13. Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN Member States

from the European Union (EU-28), 2006-2013
Table VI.14. Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN Member States

from China, 2006-2013
Table VI.15. Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN Member States

from Republic of Korea, 2006-2013
Table VI.16. Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN Member States

from Australia, 2006-2013
Table VI.17. Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN Member States

from India, 2006-2013
CHAPTER VII.
Table VII.1.
Table VII.2.
Table VII.3.
Table VII.4.

Table VII.5.

Table VII.6.
Table VII.7.

TRANSPORT & COMMUNICATION


ASEAN Road Infrastructure, 2006- 2013
ASEAN Road Fleet, 2006- 2013
ASEAN Railways Statistics, 2006-2013
ASEAN Domestic Maritime Statistics:
Number of Ports and Fleet, 2006-2013
ASEAN International Maritime Statistics:
Number of Ports and Fleet, 2006-2013
ASEAN Domestic Civil Aviation Statistics, 2006-2013
ASEAN International Civil Aviation Statistics, 2006-2013

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CHAPTER VIII. TOURISM


Table VIII.1. Visitor Arrivals by Country of Destination, 2006-2013
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Table VIII.2. Rate of Growth of Visitor Arrivals by Country of Destination, 2006-2013
144
Table VIII.3. Intra-ASEAN Visitor Arrivals by Country of Destination, 2006-2013
145
Table VIII.4. Extra-ASEAN Visitor Arrivals by Country of Destination, 2006-2013
145
Table VIII.5. Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN by Country of Origin and Year during 2006-2013
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Table VIII.6. Rate of Growth of Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN by Country of Origin and
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Year during 2006-2013
Table VIII.7. Share in Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN by Country of Origin and
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Year during 2006-2013
Table VIII.8. Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN Member States by Country of Origin during 2006-2013 152
Table VIII.9. Share in Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN Member States
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by Country of Origin during 2006-2013
Table VIII.10. Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN Member Countries by Country of Origin during 2012 156
Table VIII.11. Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN Member States by Country of Origin during 2013
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Table VIII.12. Share of Intra-ASEAN Visitor in ASEAN during 2006-2013
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Table VIII.13. Intra-ASEAN Visitor Arrivals by Country of Origin, 2006-2013
163
Table VIII.14. Visitor Arrivals from USA to ASEAN by Country of Destination,
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2006-2013
Table VIII.15. Visitor Arrivals from Europe to ASEAN by Country of Destination,
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2006-2013
Table VIII.16. Visitor Arrivals from Japan to ASEAN by Country of Destination,
164
2006-2013
Table VIII.17. Visitor Arrivals from China to ASEAN by Country of Destination,
165
2006-2013
Table VIII.18. Visitor Arrivals from Republic of Korea to ASEAN by Country of Destination,
165
2006-2013
Table VIII.19. Visitor Arrivals from Australia to ASEAN by Country of Destination,
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2006-2013
Table VIII.20. Visitor Arrivals from India to ASEAN by Country of Destination,
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2006-2013
CHAPTER IX.
Table IX.1.
Table IX.2.
Table IX.3.
Table IX.4.
Table IX.5.
Table IX.6.
Table IX.7.
Table IX.8.
Table IX.9.
Table IX.10.
Table IX.11.

Table IX.12.

AGRICULTURE
Agriculture Land and Land Use, 2012
GDP Share, Employment, Export and Import Share of Agriculture Sector
Paddy Production in ASEAN 2004-2013
Maize Production in ASEAN 2004-2013
Soybean Production in ASEAN 2004-2013
Sugarcane Production in ASEAN 2004-2013
Cassava Production in ASEAN 2004-2013
Rate of Growth of ASEAN Five Major Food Commodities
ASEAN Export of Selected Agricultural Products and Inputs, 2010-2013
ASEAN Import of Selected Agricultural Products and Inputs, 2010-2013
ASEAN Exports of Selected Agricultural Products and Inputs
by Countries, 2012
ASEAN Imports of Selected Agricultural 2 Products and Inputs
by Countries, 2012

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Table IX.13.

Table IX.14.

Table IX.15.
Table IX.16.
Table IX.17.
Table IX.18.
Table IX.19.
Table IX.20.
Table IX.21.
Table IX.22.
Table IX.23.
Table IX.24.
Table IX.25.
Table IX.26.
Table IX.27.
Table IX.28.

ASEAN Exports of Selected Agricultural Products and Inputs


by Countries, 2013
ASEAN Imports of Selected Agricultural Products and Inputs
by Countries, 2013
ASEAN Major Markets of Agricultural Export Commodities, 2012 - 2013
ASEAN Major Origin of Agricultural Import Commodities, 2012 - 2013
ASEAN Major Markets of Selected Agricultural Export Commodities
ASEAN Major Origins of Selected Agricultural Import Commodities
ASEAN Major Markets of Export of Selected Agricultural Inputs
ASEAN Major Origins of Import of Selected Agricultural Inputs
ASEAN Export of Fishery Products by 4 digit HS Code , 1998 - 2013
ASEAN Export of Fishery Products, by Country, 1998 - 2013
ASEAN Import of Fishery Products by 4 digit HS Code , 1998 - 2013
ASEAN Import of Fishery Products, by Country, 1998 - 2013
Production of Selected Agricultural Products, 2012
Production of Selected Agricultural Products, 2013
Livestock and Poultry Population, 2010-2013
Livestock and Poultry Meat Production, 2010-2013

CHAPTER X.
Table X.1.

Table X.2.

Table X.3.
Table X.4.
Table X.5.
Table X.6.
Table X.7.
Table X.8.
Table X.9.
Table X.10.
Table X.11.
Table X.12.
Table X.13.
Table X.14.
Table X.15.

MANUFACTURING
Number of Manufacturing Establishments and Persons Engaged,
by Establishment Size: 2006-2013
GDP Share, Export and Import Share of Manufacturing Sector,
2012 and 2013
Number of Establishments by Division of Industry
Percentage Distribution of Establishments by Division of Industry
Number of Persons Engaged in Establishments by Division of Industry
Number of Persons Engaged per Establishment by Division of Industry
Value Added per Person Engaged in Establishments by Division of Industry
Index of Industrial Production for All Manufacturing Industries, 2006-2013
Selected Index of Industrial Production: Cambodia, 2002-2008
Selected Index of Industrial Production: Indonesia, 2011-2013
Selected Index of Industrial Production: Malaysia, 2008-2013
Selected Index of Industrial Production: Philippines, 2008-2013
Selected Index of Industrial Production: Singapore, 2008-2013
Selected Index of Industrial Production: Thailand, 2007-2012
Selected Index of Industrial Production: Viet Nam, 2012-2013

CHAPTER XI.
Table XI.1.
Table XI.2.

Table XI.3.
Table XI.4.
Table XI.5.
Table XI.6.

OTHER SOCIAL SECTORS


Human Development Index (HDI), 1985-2013
Percent of Population below the National Poverty Line, 1993-2013
(Urban + Rural)
Percentage of Population Below the $1.25 PPP Poverty Line
Gini Coefficient, 1990-2013
Income Share of the Poorest 20%, 1990-2011
Proportion of Seats in National Legislature Held by Women, 1990-2013

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XI.8.
XI.9.
XI.10.

CHAPTER XII.
Table XII.1.
Table XII.2.
Table XII.3.
Table XII.4.
Table XII.5.
Table XII.6.
Table XII.7.
Table XII.8.
Table XII.9.
Table XII.10.
Table XII.11.
Table XII.12.
Table XII.13
Table XII.14.
Table XII.15.

Female Share of Paid Employment in Non-Agricultural Activities, 2000-2012


Proportion of Children under 15 Engaged in Child Labour
Daily per Capita Protein Supply of ASEAN, 2000-2011
Daily per Capita Calorie Supply of ASEAN, 2000-2009

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OTHER SECTOR
Total ASEAN Exports of Services (credits)
Total ASEAN Imports of Services (debits)
Trend of Crude Oil Export by Country
Trend of Crude Oil Import by Country
Trend of Petroleum Products Export by Country
Trend of Petroleum Products Import by Country
Trend of Net Export of Crude Oil and Petroleum Products
ASEAN Major Market of Crude Oil, 2009-2013
ASEAN Major Supplier (Origin) of Crude Oil, 2009-2013
ASEAN Major Market of Petroleum Products, 2009-2013
ASEAN Major Supplier (Origin) of Petroleum Products, 2009-2013
Forest Areas as a Percentage of Total Areas
Protected Terrestial Land Areas in ASEAN
ASEAN Telecommunication Services Statistics, 2005- 2013
ASEAN Internet Services Statisics, 2005-2013

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LIST OF FIGURES
Graphic
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I.1.
I.2.

Population Density of ASEAN Countries, 2006-2013


ASEAN Population by Age Group, 2013

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III.1.
III.2.
III.3.
III.4.

Unemployment Rate of Males 15 Years and Older, 2006-2013


Unemployment Rate of Females 15 Years and Older, 2006-2013
Unemployment Rate of Males 15-24 Years Old, 2006-2013
Unemployment Rate of Females 15-24 Years Old, 2006-2013

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Rate of GDP Growth in ASEAN, 2000-2013


Rate of GDP Growth in ASEAN5, 2000-2013
Rate of GDP Growth of BCLMV, 2000-2013
GDP per Capita in US Dollar in ASEAN5 during 2000-2013,
as Compared to 2000
GDP per Capita in US Dollar in BCLMV during 2000-2013,
as Compared to 2000
Rate of Change of Foreign Exchange Rate in ASEAN5, 2000-2013
Rate of Change of Foreign Echange Rate in BCLMV, 2000-2013
ASEAN5 National Currency to US Dollar during 2000-2013,
as Compared to the 2000 Level
BCLMV National Currency to US Dollar during 2000-2013,
as Compared to the 2000 Level

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IV.2.
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IV.3.
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IV.6.
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IV.9.

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V.1. Trend of ASEAN6 Total Exports and Imports, 1993-2013
Graphic
V.2. Trend of ASEAN6 Extra-ASEAN Exports and Imports and

Intra-ASEAN Exports and Imports, 1993-2013
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V.3. Trend of ASEAN6 Exports and Imports as a percentage of ASEAN6 GDP,
1993-2013
Graphic
V.4. Trend of ASEAN6 Extra-ASEAN Exports and Imports and Intra-ASEAN

Exports and Imports as a percentage of ASEAN6 GDP, 1993-2013
Graphic
V.5. Trend of ASEAN6 Total Exports by Country, 1993-2013
Graphic
V.6. Trend of ASEAN6 Total Imports by Country, 1993-2013
Graphic
V.7. Trend of ASEAN6 Extra-ASEAN Exports by Country, 1993-2013
Graphic
V.8. Trend of ASEAN6 Extra-ASEAN Imports by Country, 1993-2013
Graphic
V.9. Trend of ASEAN6 Intra-ASEAN Exports by Country, 1993-2013
Graphic
V.10. Trend of ASEAN6 Intra-ASEAN Imports by Country, 1993-2013
Graphic
V.11. Shares of ASEAN6 Extra and Intra-ASEAN Exports, 1993-2013
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V.12. Shares of ASEAN6 Extra and Intra-ASEAN Imports, 1993-2013
Graphic
V.13. Shares of ASEAN6 Extra and Intra-ASEAN Exports by Country, 1993-2013
Graphic
V.14. Shares of ASEAN6 Extra and Intra-ASEAN Imports by Country, 1993-2013
Graphic
V.15. ASEAN Export Market, 2012
Graphic
V.16. ASEAN Export Market, 2013
Graphic
V.17. ASEAN Import Origin, 2012
Graphic
V.18. ASEAN Import Origin, 2013
Graphic
V.19. Share of Top-Ten HS-Export Commodities in ASEAN, 2013
Graphic
V.20. Shares of Top-Ten HS-Import Commodities in ASEAN, 2013

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VI.1. Foreign Direct Investments in ASEAN6 by Host Country, 2003-2013


VI.2. Foreign Direct Investments in CLMV by Host Country, 2003-2013
VI.3. Foreign Direct Investments in ASEAN by Host Country, 2003-2009
VI.4. Foreign Direct Investment Inflows in ASEAN by Host Country, 2003-2013
VI.5. Extra and Intra-ASEAN Foreign Direct Investments, 2006-2013
VI.6. Foreign Direct Investments in ASEAN by Source Country, 2006-2013
VI.7. Foreign Direct Investments in ASEAN by Source Country, 2006-2013
VI.8. Foreign Direct Investments in ASEAN by Source Country, 2006-2013
VI.9. Share of Foreign Direct Investments in ASEAN6 by Source Country, 2006-2013
VI.10. Share of Foreign Direct Investments in CLMV by Source Country, 2006-2013
VI.11. Trend of Foreign Direct Investments in ASEAN6 by Source Country, 2006-2013
VI.12. Trend of Foreign Direct Investments in CLMV by Source Country, 2006-2013

108
108
109
109
112
112
113
113
117
117
118
118

Graphic
Graphic

VII.1. Total Number of Vehicles per 1000 Population, 2006-2013


VII.2. Total Number of Goods Vehicles per 1000 Population, 2006-2013

128
129

Graphic
VIII.1. Trend in Intra and Extra-ASEAN Visitor Arrivals, 2006-2013
Graphic
VIII.2. Trend in ASEAN Visitor Arrivals by Country Group of Origin, 2006-2013
Graphic
VIII.3. Rate of Growth of Tourist Arrivals to ASEAN by Country Group of Origin,
2006-2013
Graphic
VIII.4. Share of Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN by Group of Country of Origin, 2006-2013
Graphic
VIII.5. Share of Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN6 by Group of Country of Origin, 2006-2013
Graphic
VIII.6. Share of Visitor Arrivals to CLMV by Group of Country of Origin, 2006-2013
Graphic
VIII.7. Share of Intra-ASEAN Visitor Arrivals by Host Countries, 2013
Graphic
VIII.8. Share of Intra and Extra-ASEAN Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN Countries, 2006-2013
Graphic
VIII.9. Trend of Visitor Arrivals in ASEAN6 by Country, 2006-2013
Graphic
VIII.10. Trend of Visitor Arrivals in CLMV by Country, 2006-2013

150
151
151
161
161
162
162

Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic

IX.1.
IX.2
IX.3.
IX.4.
IX.5.
IX.6.
IX.7.
IX.8.
IX.9.

Paddy Production in Five Major Paddy Producers, 1993-2013


Sugarcane Production in Five Major Sugarcane Producers, 1993-2013
Rate of Growth of ASEAN Five Major Food Commodities, 1995-2013
Share of ASEAN Major Markets of Agricultural Commodities, 2013
Share of ASEAN Major Markets of Agricultural Commodities, 2012
Share of ASEAN Major Origin of Agricultural Commodities, 2013
Share of ASEAN Major Origin of Agricultural Commodities, 2012
Trend of Livestock and Poultry Meat Production of ASEAN, 2010-2013
Growth Rate of Livestock and Poultry Population, 2010-2013

169
171
173
181
181
182
182
192
193

Graphic
Graphic

XI.1.
XI.2.

Trend of HDI, 2008-2013


Percentage of Population Below $1.25 PPP and $2 PPP Poverty Line

216
218

Graphic
XII.1 Trend of ASEAN Exports and Imports of Crude Oil and ASEAN Exports and

Imports of Petroleum Products (US$ millions)
Graphic
XII.2. Trend in Mobile Phone Density per 1000 persons in ASEAN Countries,
2005-2013
Graphic
XII.3. Trend in Internet Users Density per 1000 persons in ASEAN Countries,

2005- 2013

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149
149
150

227
236
236

GLOSSARY

Notations:
-
n.a
0
italic

Not available
Not applicable
Less than 0.5
Data revision/updated relative to the previous edition of the yearbook

National Currency:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Brunei Darussalam: B $ (Brunei Dollar)


Cambodia: Riel
Indonesia: Rp (Rupiah)
Lao PDR: Kips
Malaysia: RM (Ringgit Malaysia)
Myanmar: Kyats
The Philippines: Pesos
Singapore: S $ (Singapore Dollar)
Thailand: Baht
Viet Nam: Dong

Measurement Units:
bn billion
cap capita
cu m
cubic meter
ha hectare
kg
kilogram
km kilometer
kWh kilowatt-hour
KTOE
kilo ton of oil equivalent
m meter
mn million
mt
metric ton
mw megawatt
sq m
square meter
sq km
square kilometer
000 thousand
TCF
trillion cubic feet
TEUs
ton equivalent units

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Abbreviations and Acronyms:


ACE
ASEAN Centre for Energy
ACPMS
ASEAN Community Progress Monitoring System
ADB
Asian Development Bank
AFSIS
ASEAN Food Security Information System
ASI
ASEAN Statistic Indicators
ATE
Average Total Employment
BOP
Balance of Payment
cif
cost, insurance and freight
ESCAP
Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific
FAO
Food and Agriculture Organisation
fob
free on board
GDP
Gross Domestic Product
GNP
Gross National Product
HDR
Human Development Report
HS
Harmonised System
IMF
International Monetary Fund
MOA
Ministry of Agriculture
PPP
Purchasing Power Parity
SITC
Standard International Trade Classification
UN
United Nations
WB
World Bank

National Statistical Office (NSO)


1.
Brunei Darussalam: Department of Statistic, Department of Economic and

Planning and Development
2.
Cambodia: National Institute of Statistic (NIS)
3.
Indonesia: BPS-Statistic Indonesia
4.
Lao PDR: Lao Statistics Bureau (LSB)
5.
Malaysia: Department of Statistics Malaysia
6.
Myanmar: Central Statistical Organisation (CSO)
7.
Philippines: Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)
8.
Singapore: Singapore Department of Statistic
9.
Thailand: National Statistical Office (NSO)
10.
Viet Nam: General Statistics Office (GSO)

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POPULATION &
DEMOGRAPHY

01
CHAPTER

POPULATION & DEMOGRAPHY

Table I.1.
Number of Mid Year Population of ASEAN Countries, 1980-2013
National Estimates, in thousand
Country

1980

1990

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia

196

253

365

370

375

380

387

393

400

406

6,590

8,600

14,081

14,364

13,396

14,085

14,303

14,521

14,741

14,963
248,818

146,777

179,248

222,747

225,642

228,523

231,370

237,641

241,991

245,425

Lao PDR

3,199

4,140

5,747

5,873

6,000

6,128

6,256

6,385

6,514

6,644

Malaysia

13,879

18,102

26,550

27,058

27,568

28,082

28,589

29,062

29,518

29,948

Myanmar

33,608

40,786

56,515

57,504

58,377

59,130

59,780

60,384

60,976

61,568

Philippines

48,098

60,703

86,973

88,575

90,457

92,227

94,013

95,804

97,594

99,385

2,414

3,047

4,401

4,589

4,839

4,988

5,077

5,184

5,312

5,399

Thailand

Singapore

46,718

55,839

65,574

66,041

66,482

66,903

67,313

67,597

67,911

68,251

Viet Nam

53,722

66,017

83,311

84,218

85,118

86,024

86,932

87,840

88,773

89,709

355,202

436,736

566,263

574,233

581,136

589,316

600,291

609,161

617,165

625,091

ASEAN

Table I.2.
Population Growth in ASEAN, 1980-2013
in percent
Country
(1)

1980-1990 1990-1995
(2)

(3)

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

Brunei Darussalam

2.6

2.5

1.7

1.5

1.4

1.4

1.8

1.7

1.6

1.6

Cambodia

2.7

5.7

2.0

2.0

1.5

1.5

1.5

1.5

1.5

1.5

Indonesia

2.0

1.4

1.3

1.3

1.3

1.2

2.7

1.8

1.4

1.4

Lao PDR

2.6

2.2

2.2

2.2

2.2

2.1

2.1

2.1

2.0

2.0
1.5

Malaysia

2.7

2.7

1.9

1.9

1.9

1.9

1.8

1.7

1.6

Myanmar

2.0

1.9

2.0

1.7

1.5

1.3

1.1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Philippines

2.4

2.5

2.0

1.8

2.1

2.0

1.9

1.9

1.9

1.8

Singapore

2.4

3.0

3.2

4.3

5.5

3.1

1.8

2.1

2.5

1.6

Thailand

1.8

1.2

0.7

0.7

0.7

0.6

0.6

0.4

0.5

0.5

Viet Nam

2.1

1.7

1.1

1.1

1.1

1.1

1.1

1.0

1.1

1.1

ASEAN

2.1

1.8

1.5

1.4

1.2

1.4

1.9

1.5

1.3

1.3

Sources:
ASEAN Member States data submission
Notes:
1). Brunei Darussalam 1980-2013 figures are national projection, taken from country submission
2). Cambodia 1980-2013 figures are national projection, taken from country submission
3). Indonesia 1980-2013 figures are national projection, taken from country submission
4). Lao PDR 1980-2013 figures are national projections, taken from country submission
5). Malaysia 1980-2013 figures are national projection, taken from country submission
6). Myanmar 1980-2013 figures are national projection, taken from country submission
7). Philippines 1980-2013 figures are national projection, taken from country submission
8). Singapore 1980-2013 figures are national projection, taken from country submission;
9). Thailand 1980-2013 figures are national projection, taken from country submission
10). Viet Nam 1980-2013 figures are national projection taken from country submission
*). Viet Nam 1980: the 1979 figure was used.

POPULATION & DEMOGRAPHY

Table I.3.
Population Density, 1980-2013

Country

Total Area
(Sq. Km)

1980

1990

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Rank of Pop.
Density in
2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

Brunei Darussalam

Pop. Density (per Sq. Km)

5,769

32

44

63

64

65

70

67

68

69

70

181,035

36

48

78

79

74

78

79

80

81

83

1,860,360

78

95

118

121

123

124

128

130

132

134

Lao PDR

236,800

13

17

24

25

25

26

26

27

28

28

10

Malaysia

330,290

42

55

80

82

83

85

87

88

89

91

Myanmar

676,577

50

60

84

85

86

87

88

89

89

91

Philippines

300,000

161

203

290

295

302

307

313

319

325

331

Singapore

716.1

3,657

4,617

6,298

6,552

6,846

7,025

7,146

7,273

7,419

7,540

Thailand

513,120

91

109

128

129

130

130

131

132

132

133

Viet Nam

330,951

159

200

252

254

257

260

263

265

268

271

4,435,618

79

98

127

129

131

133

135

137

139

141

Cambodia
Indonesia

ASEAN

Sources: ASEAN Member States data submission


Notes: Derived from Table I.1 and figures on land area.

Graphic I.1.
Population Density of ASEAN Countries, 2006-2013

2006
2007

'000 people per Sq Km

150

140

127

129

131

133

135

137

139

139

2008
2009
2010
2011

130

2012
2013

120

110

POPULATION & DEMOGRAPHY

Table I.4.
Population by Sex, 2013

Country
(1)

Number (000)

Percentage

Male

Female

Total

Male

Female

Total

Sex
Ratio

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

210

Brunei Darussalam

196

406

51.8

48.2

100.0

107.4

Cambodia

7,320

7,642

14,963

48.9

51.1

100.0

95.8

Indonesia

125,051

123,767

248,818

50.3

49.7

100.0

101.0

3,320

3,324

6,644

50.0

50.0

100.0

99.9

Malaysia

15,396

14,552

29,948

51.4

48.6

100.0

105.8

Myanmar

30,432

31,136

61,568

49.4

50.6

100.0

97.7

Philippines

49,946

49,439

99,385

50.3

49.7

100.0

101.0

Lao PDR

1,892

1,953

3,845

49.2

50.8

100.0

96.8

Thailand

33,481

34,770

68,251

49.1

50.9

100.0

96.3

Viet Nam

44,454

45,255

89,709

49.6

50.4

100.0

98.2

ASEAN2)

311,502

312,034

623,536

50.0

50.0

100.0

99.8

Singapore1)

Sources: ASEAN Member States data submissions


Notes:

1). Using Singapore residents structure and total residents


2). Total ASEAN exclude Singapores non-residents population

Table I.5.
Urban Population, 1990-2013
in percent
Country

1990

2006

2007

2008

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam

73.6

74.4

75.7

78.5

78.7

Cambodia

12.6

20.0

17.8

17.9

19.9

21.0

21.5

21.4

Indonesia

30.6

43.1

43.1

49.8

51.2

51.9

52.0

Lao PDR

18.1

21.0

29.7

29.7

33.2

35.0

35.3

36.0

Malaysia

50.7*)

63.4

63.5

71.0

71.9

72.7

73.0

24.2

30.5

30.5

30.6

30.7

30.8

30.8

30.8

Myanmar
Philippines

48.8

63.0

63.5

64.2

66.4

48.5

48.6

Singapore

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

Thailand

18.7

30.0

32.9

33.8

33.3

36.1

33.9

Viet Nam

19.7

27.7

28.2

29.0

30.5

31.6

31.9

32.2

ASEAN

30.1

44.1

44.3

43.6

44.2

44.7

Source: 1). Country submission and Latest websites of NSOs



2). National Statistical Yearbook of ASEAN Member States 2003-2014

3). Asian Development Bank, Key Indicators, 2001-2014

4). World Bank WDI Population Data website as of 2014
Notes: ASEAN figures is estimated based on Member Countries figures.
ASEAN figures are excluding Brunei Darussalam (1990)
*) 1991 Census

POPULATION & DEMOGRAPHY

Table I.6.
Population by Age Group, 2013

Country
(1)

Number (000)
5-19

20-54

55-64

> 65

Total

0-4

5-19

20-54

55-64

> 65

Total

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia

Percentage

0-4

32

103

230

27

16

406

7.9

25.3

56.5

6.5

3.8

1,584

4,629

7,235

852

662

14,963

10.6

30.9

48.4

5.7

4.4

100.0

67,173 127,636

17,143

12,872 248,818

9.6

27.0

51.3

6.9

5.2

100.0

23,994

100.0

Lao PDR

947

2,255

2,876

321

244

6,644

14.3

33.9

43.3

4.8

3.7

100.0

Malaysia

2,579

8,063

15,524

2,134

1,648

29,948

8.6

26.9

51.8

7.1

5.5

100.0

Myanmar

5,735

17,801

30,253

4,153

3,626

61,568

9.3

28.9

49.1

6.7

5.9

100.0

Philippines

11,226

30,542

46,895

6,098

4,624

99,385

11.3

30.7

47.2

6.1

4.7

100.0

Singapore1)

183

687

2,067

503

404

3,845

4.8

17.9

53.8

13.1

10.5

100.0

Thailand

3,919

14,237

37,035

7,124

5,936

68,251

5.7

20.9

54.3

10.4

8.7

100.0

Viet Nam

7,625

21,351

47,097

7,266

6,369

89,709

8.5

23.8

52.5

8.1

7.1

100.0

57,825 166,840 316,848

45,622

36,401 623,536

9.3

26.8

50.8

7.3

5.8

100.0

ASEAN2)

Source: ASEAN Member States data submission


Notes: 1) Total Singapore residence only -- different with total population in Table I.1
2) Total ASEAN excludes Singapores non-residents population

Graphic I.2.
ASEAN Population by Age Group, 2013

60.0

50.0

Percent

40.0

30.0

50.8
26.8

20.0

10.0

9.3

7.3

5.8

0.0
0-4

5-19

20-54
Age group

55-64

> 65

POPULATION & DEMOGRAPHY

EDUCATION, HEALTH &


REPRODUCTION

02
CHAPTER

EDUCATION, HEALTH & REPRODUCTION

Table II.1.
Adult Literacy Rate 2006-2013
(in percent)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Total
Brunei Darussalam

93.7

96.8

96.0

96.4

96.8

97.2

Cambodia

75.1

75.6

73.9

76.7

79.9

79.7

80.7

91.5

91.9

92.2

92.6

92.9

93.0

93.3

94.1

75.3

79.0

Indonesia
Lao PDR
Malaysia

92.5

92.3

92.1

92.7

93.1

93.9

94.1

94.2

Myanmar

94.4

94.8

94.8

94.9

95.0

95.0

95.6

95.1

Philippines

95.4

Singapore

94.5

94.8

95.2

95.6

95.9

96.2

96.4

96.5

Thailand

96.1

Viet Nam

93.6

93.8

93.6

94.0

93.7

94.2

94.7

94.8

95.8

95.8

95.8

97.3

97.4

97.6

97.8

98.1

85.3

84.6

82.7

85.1

87.8

86.9

87.7

94.6

95.2

95.4

95.7

95.4

95.7

95.9

96.5
83.0

Male
Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia
Lao PDR

80.0

81.2

Malaysia

95.3

95.1

94.7

95.2

95.3

95.9

96.0

96.1

Myanmar

94.7

94.9

94.6

94.6

94.6

94.4

94.8

94.8

Philippines

92.6

93.1

95.0

Singapore

97.5

97.6

97.4

97.9

98.0

98.4

98.5

98.5

Thailand

95.9

96.1

Viet Nam

96.1

96.2

96.1

96.1

95.9

96.2

96.6

96.6

91.5

91.5

91.5

94.6

94.6

95.2

95.8

96.3

66.0

67.7

65.9

69.1

72.6

73.2

74.4

89.4

88.6

89.1

89.7

90.5

90.6

90.6

91.4
74.0

Female
Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia
Lao PDR

66.6

69.6

Malaysia

89.6

89.5

89.5

90.2

90.7

91.8

92.1

92.1

Myanmar

94.0

94.6

95.1

95.2

95.3

95.3

95.1

95.4

Philippines

93.7

95.8

Singapore

91.6

92.1

92.7

93.3

93.8

94.1

94.4

94.6

Thailand

92.6

96.1

Viet Nam

91.4

91.6

91.3

92.0

91.6

92.2

92.9

93.1

Sources: Yearbook of AMSs (Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Viet
Nam)
AMSs data submission for ASEAN Statistical Yearbook, ASEAN Community Progress Monitoring System (ACPMS) and
ASEAN Statistical Report on the MDGs
ADB Key Indicators, 2001-2012
Notes: Adult Literacy Rate refers to 15+; for Brunei Darussalam age 9 and above
- - not available at the time of publication

EDUCATION, HEALTH & REPRODUCTION

Table II.2.
Net Enrollment Ratio in Primary School by Sex, 2006-2013
(in percent)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Total
Brunei Darussalam

97.0

96.7

96.8

97.5

97.4

Cambodia

91.3

92.1

93.3

94.4

94.8

95.2

97.0

95.6
95.6

Indonesia

93.5

93.8

94.0

94.4

94.8

91.0

92.5

Lao PDR

83.9

86.4

89.2

91.6

92.7

94.1

95.2

Malaysia

95.3

96.2

95.5

95.7

96.2

95.9

96.4

96.6

Myanmar

82.5

82.7

83.6

83.9

84.1

84.6

84.6

Philippines

84.4

87.9

88.3

89.2

89.4

89.9

Singapore

96.6

97.1

97.1

96.8

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

Thailand

86.0

97.6

98.8

Viet Nam

96.0

96.1

97.0

95.5

94.9

95.3

96.5

96.6

Male
Brunei Darussalam

95.6

95.7

95.7

95.9

96.9

Cambodia

93.0

93.2

93.2

94.8

95.0

Indonesia

93.8

93.9

94.1

94.5

94.8

91.6

92.5

Lao PDR

86.5

88.1

90.4

92.7

93.7

94.9

96.0

Malaysia

94.6

95.6

94.0

95.2

95.9

95.6

96.4

96.7

Myanmar

82.7

84.2

84.5

84.5

Philippines

86.6

86.5

86.7

87.6

100.0

Singapore

96.9

97.6

97.2

97.2

100.0

100.0

100.0

Thailand

94.3

93.0

91.4

90.0

90.0

Viet Nam

95.5

95.0

95.2

96.4

96.7

Brunei Darussalam

89.9

89.4

89.7

91.2

91.9

Cambodia

89.7

91.0

93.3

94.0

94.6

Indonesia

93.3

93.6

93.9

92.2

94.7

90.5

92.3

Lao PDR

81.2

84.5

87.0

90.4

91.7

93.3

94.3

96.5

Female

Malaysia

95.9

96.9

95.3

96.2

96.6

96.2

96.5

Myanmar

81.6

82.8

82.7

82.7

Philippines

88.7

88.6

88.7

89.0

Singapore

96.4

96.6

96.6

96.4

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

Thailand

92.9

91.4

89.9

89.4

89.4

Viet Nam

95.4

94.9

95.4

96.6

96.5

Sources: AMSs data submission for ASEAN Statistical Yearbook, ASEAN Community Progress Monitoring System (ACPMS) and
ASEAN Statistical Report on the MDGs
World Bank - World Development Indicators - WDI Databank
Note:

- not available at the time of publication

EDUCATION, HEALTH & REPRODUCTION

Table II.3.
Net Enrollment Ratio in Secondary School by Sex, 2006-2013
(in percent)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Total
-

97.0

Cambodia

Brunei Darussalam

21.3

23.0

24.7

24.9

26.0

27.6

Indonesia

66.5

66.6

67.0

67.4

67.7

68.1

70.8

70.7

Lao PDR

35.0

34.6

37.2

36.8

33.9

33.4

34.7

Malaysia

89.3

87.7

89.1

90.0

89.6

89.8

90.2

91.1

Myanmar

42.7

43.7

45.1

44.7

45.5

47.2

47.5

Philippines

58.5

59.6

59.9

60.5

59.9

60.9

Singapore

99.3

94.5

95.1

95.0

95.2

98.3

98.8

98.8

Thailand

Viet Nam

81.0

82.7

83.1

Male
Brunei Darussalam

92.2

91.8

92.8

95.5

Cambodia

22.3

23.8

24.7

24.8

25.1

Indonesia

66.5

66.0

66.4

66.8

67.0

67.0

69.5

69.4

Lao PDR

39.9

39.5

41.6

41.1

55.5

36.8

38.0

Malaysia

86.4

85.3

86.6

87.3

87.0

87.0

87.5

88.3

Myanmar

34.8

37.6

39.3

38.5

Philippines

53.9

54.8

55.6

56.4

Singapore

94.5

95.1

95.1

95.6

98.5

99.0

98.9

99.5

Thailand

63.1

65.4

67.8

68.2

68.2

Viet Nam

51.8

51.2

51.5

Female
Brunei Darussalam

95.8

95.7

96.6

99.4

Cambodia

20.3

22.2

24.7

25.1

27.1

Indonesia

66.5

67.3

67.6

68.1

68.3

69.3

72.2

72.1

Lao PDR

29.8

29.7

32.6

32.5

30.4

30.0

31.4

Malaysia

92.5

90.4

91.8

92.9

92.4

92.8

93.1

94.1

Myanmar

34.4

37.6

40.0

40.6

Philippines

65.3

66.1

66.5

66.9

Singapore

94.4

95.0

94.9

94.8

98.1

98.5

98.8

99.2

Thailand

70.3

74.3

75.1

77.3

76.5

Viet Nam

48.2

48.8

48.5

Sources: AMSs data submission for ASEAN Statistical Yearbook, ASEAN Community Progress Monitoring System (ACPMS) and
ASEAN Statistical Report on the MDGs
World Bank - World Development Indicators - WDI Databank
Note:

- not available at the time of publication

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Table II.4.
Ratio of Girls to Boys in Primary and Secondary School, 1990-2013
(in percent)
Country

1990

2000

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

2013
(11)

Primary School
Brunei Darussalam

90

90

91

91

92

93

93

94

95

Cambodia

81

86

93

93

96

90

91

Indonesia

98

100

96

96

93

100

101

102

Lao PDR

79

82

89

90

96

93

Malaysia

95

97

94

94

94

94

94

95

94

94

Myanmar

93

97

98

99

97

98

97

97

96

Philippines

952)

96

99

98

102

93

92

Singapore

100

99

99

99

99

99

99

100

100

100

Thailand

93

100

100

99

94

94

Viet Nam

851)

94

95

94

95

93

101

Secondary School
105

103

98

98

97

96

96

88

89

Cambodia

Brunei Darussalam

43

53

79

82

84

86

91

94

Indonesia

83

104

100

101

99

96

102

101

102

Lao PDR

62

68

78

79

81

58

Malaysia

70

80

100

99

99

99

99

99

99

99

Myanmar

94

105

97

98

99

103

100

64

56

Philippines
Singapore

2)

105

111

110

109

104

104

97

100

100

100

100

99

100

100

100

100

106

Thailand

83

89

109

110

109

105

109

106

Viet Nam

841)

88

91

96

90

Sources: AMSs data submission for ASEAN Statistical Yearbook, ASEAN Community Progress Monitoring System (ACPMS) and
ASEAN Statistical Report on the MDGs
ASEAN in Figures 2003
United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) Millenium Indicators Database
Asian Development Bank (ADB) Key Indicators, 2008-12
Notes: 1). 1991 figure
2). 1993 figure
- - not available at the time of publication

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Table II.5.
Pupil-Teacher Ratio in Primary and Secondary School, 1990-2013
(in percent)
Country

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

Primary School
Brunei Darussalam

13

12

11

Cambodia

33

49

50

48

48

48

Indonesia

23

18

17

17

18

20

17

Lao PDR

28

30

31

29

27

26

Malaysia

20

15

14

13

13

12

Myanmar

48

28

28

28

27

28

Philippines

33

31

16

Singapore

26

19

17

18

18

Thailand

22

16

Viet Nam

35

19

19

19

19

19

19

Secondary School
Brunei Darussalam

11

10

Cambodia

15

29

27

27

25

23

Indonesia

13

14

14

14

17

19

17

Lao PDR

12

23

15

16

14

13

Malaysia

19

15

14

13

13

13

Myanmar

13

36

35

34

35

34

Philippines

33

35

Singapore

18

16

15

15

14

13

Thailand

17

21

Viet Nam

18

17

16

16

16

15

16

Sources: ADB Key Indicators, 2001-2013 and United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Website;
ASEAN Member States websites
Note: - not available at the time of publication

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Table II.6.
Crude Birth Ratio (CBR) and Crude Death Ratio (CDR), 2006-2013
(in percent)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Crude Birth Ratio (CBR)


Brunei Darussalam

17.0

16.2

17.1

17.4

16.6

17.1

17.3

Cambodia

28.5

26.4

24.7

24.7

22.5

25.9

Indonesia

17.7

18.7

18.6

18.2

18.2

20.4

Lao PDR

33.7

32.6

31.6

30.7

22.8

28.1

27.2

Malaysia

18.1

17.6

20.4

20.0

20.3

17.1

17.2

Myanmar

17.3

18.2

20.5

20.3

17.3

17.4

Philippines

24.1

25.8

24.7

24.4

25.1

24.6

Singapore

10.1

10.3

10.2

9.9

9.3

9.5

10.1

Thailand

12.9

14.6

14.5

14.4

12.1

12.4

12.5

Viet Nam

17.4

16.9

16.7

17.6

17.1

16.6

16.9

Crude Death Ratio (CDR)


Brunei Darussalam

2.9

3.0

2.9

3.1

3.1

3.1

3.0

Cambodia

8.8

9.0

8.3

8.2

8.0

6.0

Indonesia

7.2

6.3

6.3

6.3

7.0

6.3

7.0

Lao PDR

9.4

9.1

8.7

8.4

6.3

7.4

Malaysia

4.5

4.4

4.5

4.5

4.7

4.6

4.7

Myanmar

9.4

9.7

9.8

9.6

8.6

8.5

Philippines

5.6

4.8

4.8

4.8

5.8

6.0

Singapore

4.3

4.5

4.4

4.3

4.4

4.5

4.5

Thailand

7.9

8.5

9.0

6.2

6.5

6.5

6.5

Viet Nam

5.3

5.3

5.3

6.8

6.8

6.9

7.0

Sources: Country Websites; Brunei Darussalam Ministry of Health, Brunei Darussalam Key Indicators 2007-2013; Lao PDR
Statistical Yearbook 2009;
World Bank-WDI Databank; ADB Key Indicators 2003-2012; ESCAP Population Data Sheet 2006, 2007; ESCAP Yearbook
2013, MDG Indicators 2009-2012
AMSs data submission for ASEAN Statistical Yearbook, ASEAN Community Progress Monitoring System (ACPMS) and
ASEAN Statistical Report on the MDGs
Notes:

- not available at the time of publication


CBR: number of live births per 1000 mid-year total population
CDR: number of deaths per 1000 mid-year total population

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Table II.7.
Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) and Under Five Mortality Rate, 2006-2013
(in percent)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Infant Mortality Rate (IMR)


Brunei Darussalam

6.6

7.6

7.0

7.4

6.1

8.3

9.3

7.6

Cambodia

0.0

70.0

60.0

60.0

44.9

36.0

33.0

Indonesia

30.8

34.0

34.0

27.9

27.2

Lao PDR

67.2

64.4

61.8

59.2

56.6

68.0

51.5

48.9

6.1

6.3

6.2

6.9

6.8

6.6

6.6

Myanmar

Malaysia

46.3

46.5

29.5

27.2

27.1

27.0

26.0

24.3

Philippines

25.0

23.0

24.5

23.9

27.0

20.0

2.0

Singapore

2.6

2.1

2.1

2.2

2.0

2.0

1.8

Thailand

17.0

6.0

7.3

7.1

7.0

6.6

6.8

Viet Nam

16.0

13.0

15.0

16.0

15.8

15.5

15.4

15.3

Under-5 mortality rate


Brunei Darussalam

9.2

9.5

9.5

8.2

7.2

10.0

10.4

9.7

Cambodia

54.0

43.0

40.0

Indonesia

42.0

32.0

40.0

Lao PDR

93.0

88.6

84.4

80.4

76.4

79.0

68.4

64.3

Malaysia

7.9

7.9

8.0

8.5

8.5

9.0

Myanmar

66.2

64.3

40.7

36.5

34.9

33.9

29.6

Philippines

32.0

36.0

25.0

Singapore

2.9

2.9

2.7

2.8

2.9

2.9

2.7

2.7

Thailand

10.4

10.0

9.9

9.8

9.8

9.0

13.0

Viet Nam

24.1

24.1

22.5

24.1

23.8

23.3

23.2

23.1

Sources: Country Websites and AMSs data submission for ASEAN Statistical Yearbook, ASEAN Community Progress Monitoring
System (ACPMS) and ASEAN Statistical Report on the MDGs;
Brunei Darussalam Ministry of Health, Lao PDR Statistical Yearbook 2009;
World Bank-WDI Databank; ADB Key Indicators 2003-2012, ADB Basic Indicators 2014; ESCAP Population Data Sheet
2006, 2007; MDG Indicators 2009-2012
Countdown to 2015 Maternal, Newborn & Child Survival website
Notes:

- not available at the time of publication


Myanmar IMR is for urban area
IMR: number of infant deaths per 1000 live births
Under-5 mortality rate: number of under-5 babies death per 1000 live births

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Table II.8.
Total Fertility Rate (TFR) and Maternal Mortality Rate of ASEAN Countries, 2006-2013
(in percent)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Total Fertility Rate (TFR)


Brunei Darussalam

1.8

1.7

1.9

1.9

1.8

1.9

1.9

2.0

Cambodia

3.2

3.2

2.9

2.9

2.6

2.9

Indonesia

2.2

2.2

2.2

2.1

2.1

2.4

Lao PDR

4.3

4.2

4.0

3.4

2.7

3.4

3.2

Malaysia

2.6

2.6

2.6

2.5

2.1

2.1

2.1

2.0

Myanmar

2.1

2.1

2.3

2.3

2.4

2.3

2.2

2.0

Philippines

3.2

3.2

3.1

3.0

3.1

3.1

Singapore

1.3

1.3

1.3

1.2

1.2

1.2

1.3

1.3

Thailand

1.9

1.9

1.8

1.8

1.6

1.4

Viet Nam

2.1

2.1

2.1

2.0

1.8

1.8

Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR)


death per 1000 live births
Brunei Darussalam

30.4

34.2

0.0

16.3

15.6

27.0

Cambodia

206.0

170.0

Indonesia

169.0

190.0

Lao PDR

280.0

220.0

Malaysia

27.3

29.0

Myanmar

233.0

200.0

Philippines

129.0

120.0

Singapore

10.4

7.6

7.5

0.0

2.6

8.0

2.0

3.0

Thailand

11.7

12.2

11.3

10.8

10.2

8.9

17.6

26.0

Viet Nam

69.0

49.0

Sources: Latest AMSs Websites


Health Information Booklet (HIB) 2012, Ministry of Health Brunei Darussalam; Social Indicators 2013, Thailand NSO.
ADB Key Indicators, 2001-2012; Human Development Report 2006, 2008-2009, UNSD demographic database as of
December 2007, World Bank - WDI Database 2014
Notes: Total Fertility Rate (TFR): average number of children that would be born to a woman over her lifetime
- - not available at the time of publication

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Table II.9.
Life Expectancy Rate, 2006-2013
(in percent)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Total
Brunei Darussalam

77.7

77.2

78.2

77.6

77.7

77.1

78.1

77.1

Cambodia

61.7

62.4

63.1

63.8

64.5

65.2

68.9

Indonesia

70.2

70.4

70.5

70.7

70.9

69.7

69.9

70.7

64.7

65.4

66.1

66.9
-

Lao PDR
Malaysia

73.7

73.8

73.9

73.9

73.9

73.9

74.4

Myanmar

64.6

65.9

66.2

66.5

66.6

67.1

67.1

Philippines

68.9

68.9

68.9

68.9

68.9

70.4

Singapore

82.5

80.3

80.6

80.9

81.4

81.7

81.9

82.1

Thailand

74.1

74.2

Viet Nam

72.8

72.8

73.2

72.8

72.9

73.0

73.0

73.1

Male
Brunei Darussalam

75.9

75.2

76.6

77.1

76.5

75.6

76.3

75.7

Cambodia

58.6

59.3

60.0

60.7

61.4

61.6

62.7

63.4

Indonesia

68.3

68.4

68.6

68.8

69.0

67.7

67.7

Lao PDR

63.9

64.4

64.9

65.4

62.7

66.5

Malaysia

71.5

71.5

71.6

71.6

71.9

72.1

72.3

Myanmar

62.7

63.6

64.2

64.5

64.6

64.9

66.6

67.5

Philippines

66.1

66.1

66.1

66.1

66.1

67.6

65.2

Singapore

77.8

78.1

78.4

78.9

79.2

79.5

79.8

80.2

Thailand

69.9

70.1

70.3

70.4

70.6

70.8

70.9

Viet Nam

70.2

70.2

70.6

70.2

70.3

70.4

70.5

Female
Brunei Darussalam

77.5

77.8

79.8

77.9

77.8

78.5

79.9

78.4

Cambodia

64.9

65.6

66.3

67.0

67.7

64.4

69.1

69.8

Indonesia

72.2

72.4

72.6

72.6

72.9

71.1

71.7

Lao PDR

66.4

67.0

67.5

68.0

66.7

68.9

Malaysia

76.3

76.3

76.4

76.5

77.1

77.1

77.2

Myanmar

66.4

68.1

68.3

68.4

68.6

68.7

69.5

69.9

Philippines

71.6

71.6

71.6

71.6

71.6

73.1

Singapore

82.6

82.9

83.3

83.7

84.0

84.1

84.3

84.6

Thailand

77.6

77.0

77.1

77.3

77.4

77.5

77.6

Viet Nam

75.6

75.6

76.0

75.6

75.7

75.8

75.8

Sources: AMSs data submission for ASEAN Statistical Yearbook, ASEAN Community Progress Monitoring System (ACPMS) and
ASEAN Statistical Report on the MDGs
World Bank - World Development Indicators - WDI Databank 2014; ADB Key Indicators for Asia Pacific 2014
Notes: Lao PDR: 2006-2009 data from WB-WDI Databank (Male and Female)
Thailand: 2005 and 2007-2010 data from WB-WDI Databank (Male and Female) and 2012 figure from ADB Key Indicators for
Asia Pacific 2014
Life expectancy at birth: number of years a new born will live if the prevailing patterns of mortality at the time of the childs
birth were to stay the same throughout his or her life
- - not available at the time of publication

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Table II.10.
Immunization Against Measles and DPT Among Children of 1 Year Old, 2000-2013
(in percent)
Country

2000

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Measles
Brunei Darussalam

99.0

100.0

96.8

97.0

99.0

94.4

91.0

98.6

Cambodia

55.4

78.0

79.0

80.0

81.0

81.9

93.0

93.0

93.0
77.9

Indonesia

57.1

78.2

75.9

75.5

77.2

77.7

76.9

78.0

Lao PDR

60.0

48.0

40.0

40.0

59.0

78.0

69.0

72.0

Malaysia

88.0

65.4

87.5

94.3

96.9

96.1

95.2

95.5

Myanmar

84.0

78.0

81.0

82.0

87.0

88.0

84.9

84.0

Philippines

81.0

92.0

92.0

92.0

88.0

88.0

79.0

85.0

94.0

95.3

p/

Singapore

91.0

93.0

95.0

95.0

95.0

95.0

95.0

95.0

Thailand

94.0

96.0

96.0

96.0

98.0

98.0

98.0

98.0

Viet Nam

97.0

96.4

82.8

95.6

97.0

97.8

96.5

96.4

97.7

100.0

100.0

99.0

99.0

99.0

95.0

97.0

90.0

48.8

82.0

82.0

94.0

92.0

94.0

95.0

na

87.1

86.4

86.1

89.1

89.8

89.1

90.0

90.3

DPT
Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia
Lao PDR

52.8

50.0

50.0

57.0

74.0

78.0

79.0

Malaysia

95.3

96.4

96.0

96.0

95.0

94.0

99.0

99.0

Myanmar

82.0

82.0

86.0

85.0

90.0

90.0

83.5

85.0

Philippines

87.0

87.0

87.0

87.0

80.0

86.0

Singapore

91.0

96.0

96.0

97.0

97.0

96.0

96.0

96.0

Thailand

98.0

98.0

99.0

99.0

99.0

99.0

Viet Nam

97.8

92.0

92.0

96.0

93.0

95.0

97.0

Sources: AMSs data submission; ASEAN in Figures 2003. Taken from various sources: Brunei Darussalam - Ministry of Health.
Cambodia - National Health Survey; Cambodia Demographic and Health Survey 2000. Lao PDR - MICS 1996; MICS
2000. Malaysia - Ministry of Health. Myanmar - Ministry of Health. Philippines - Field Health Service Information System.
Singapore- administrative reports. Thailand - Hospital reporting. Viet Nam - Demographic and Health Survey and MICS
2000 Human Development Report, 2006 and 2007/8 for 2005 figures except for Indonesia
ADB Key Indicators, 2008 for immunisation against measles 2006, except for Bunei Darussalam, Indonesia and Malaysia
Statistical Yearbook for Asia and the Pacific 2009-2012 for immunisation against measles and DPT
WHO for 2011 and 2012 figures except for Brunei Darussalam and Indonesia
Notes:

Singapore: proportion of children aged 2, immunized


- - not available at the time of publication
p/ - preliminary

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Table II.11.
Prevalence of Malaria and Tuberculosis per 100K population, 2006-2013
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

2013
(9)

Malaria
Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia

720.0

407.0

Indonesia

196.0

Lao PDR

Malaysia

19.7

20.1

26.8

25.1

23.5

Myanmar

10.5

9.0

11.7

10.0

11.7

10.9

6.9

Philippines

40.7

41.0

26.2

21.6

21.0

9.8

4.1

3.4

3.1

3.4

3.7

2.9

2.7

2.1

Thailand

Singapore

46.3

49.1

45.7

36.6

40.3

33.0

Viet Nam

91.6

70.9

60.5

60.9

62.0

51.6

Brunei Darussalam

240.0

272.0

286.0

291.0

311.0

Cambodia

664.0

697.0

693.0

681.0

125.0

817.0

764.0

281.0

297.0

Tuberculosis

Indonesia
Lao PDR

4,269.0

540.0

514.0

Malaysia

62.1

62.2

63.5

64.9

68.4

101.0

101.0

Myanmar

n.a

n.a

564.0

544.0

525.0

506.0

489.0

489.0

Philippines

151.5

151.6

273.1

340.4

97.0

292.4

461.0

Singapore

35.9

35.0

40.3

39.4

39.9

41.0

41.5

37.6

Thailand

53.4

53.8

54.3

63.1

63.7

66.9

159.0

Viet Nam

118.0

117.0

116.0

114.0

62.0

323.0

218.0

Source: AMSs data submission for ASEAN Statistical Yearbook 2014


World Health Statistics 2012 and 2014, World Health Organisation
Note: -

- not available at the time of publication

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Table II.12.
HIV Prevalence Rate Among 15-24 Year Old People by Sex, 1999-2012
(in percent)
Country

(1)

Both Sex*)
2001

2003

2005

2007

2009

2011

2012

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

High Estimates
Brunei Darussalam

<0.10

<0.21

Cambodia

1.50

1.90

0.60

1.00

Indonesia

<0.1

0.10

0.20

0.20

<0.1

0.8

0.7

0.8

0.2

0.3

0.4
0.3

Lao PDR

0.10

0.10

0.40

0.20

0.2

0.3

Malaysia

0.40

0.40

1.50

0.50

0.5

0.4

0.4

Myanmar

0.80

1.20

2.00

0.70

0.6

0.6

0.6

Philippines

<0.1

<0.10

<0.21

<0.1

<0.1

<0.1

<0.1

Singapore

0.20

0.70

0.20

0.1

0.1

Thailand

1.80

1.50

2.10

1.40

1.3

1.2

1.1

Viet Nam

0.30

0.40

0.90

0.50

0.4

0.5

0.4

Sources: Report on the Globel AIDS Epidemic (UNAIDS 2004, 2009, 2013)
Cambodia is country figure
Notes:

*) % ages 15-49 years old


- - not available at the time of publication

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Table II.13.
Proportion of Population with Access to Safe Drinking Water and Access to Improved
Sanitation, 2006-2013
(in percent)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(8)

(6)

(7)

(8)

2013
(8)

Access to Safe Drinking Water


Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia

99

100

100

100

100

55

55

49

48

48

48

46

48

44

100

100

100

51

51

54

43

43

41
-

Lao PDR

82

70

70

Malaysia

95

91

91

93

94

94

94

Myanmar

78

80

82

83

83

Philippines

81

82

81

83

83

83

Singapore

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

Thailand

99

99

99

99

100

100

97

Viet Nam

89

91

89

96

91

80

80

80

80

80

80

80

31

33

35

40

44

44

52

Access to Improved Sanitation


Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia

35

44

49

51

51

56

56

58

Lao PDR

49

57

62

Malaysia

98

98

98

98

98

98

99

80

82

83

84

81

81

80

Philippines

Myanmar
84

88

89

92

92

92

Singapore

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

Thailand

99

99

99

99

99

100

100

97

Viet Nam

59

65

76

75

77

Sources: AMSs data submission for ASEAN Statistical Yearbook and for ACPMS Report;
Cambodia - Socio Economic Survey of Cambodia, and Cambodia Demographic and Health Survey;
Malaysia - Water Works Department and Rural Environment Sanitation Program (RESP) and Population and Housing
Census
Philppines - National Demographic and Health Survey. Singapore - Public Utilites Board and administrative records.
Thailand - Population and Housing Census. Viet Nam - Living Standard Survey,
MICS and Multi-purpose Household Survey.
ADB Key Indicators 2006-2014; UNSD -demographic and social database, UNESCAP Yearbook 2009.
Notes:

- not available at the time of publication

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CHAPTER

LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT

Table III.1. Unemployment Rate and


Country
(1)

Unemployment rate of 15 years and over (%)


2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

4.0

3.4

Cambodia

na

0.7

Indonesia

10.3

9.1

Lao PDR

Malaysia

3.3

3.2

Myanmar 3)

4.0

4.0

Philippines

7.4

Singapore
Thailand2)
Viet Nam

Brunei Darussalam

1)

4)

3.7

3.5

2.9

1.7

1.7

0.3

0.1

0.3

0.2

0.2

0.3

6.5

5.8

5.5

5.0

6.1

6.2

1.9

3.3

3.7

3.3

3.1

3.0

3.1

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

6.3

6.8

7.1

7.1

6.4

6.8

6.4

3.6

3.0

3.2

4.3

3.1

2.9

2.8

2.9

1.5

1.4

1.4

1.5

1.0

0.7

0.7

0.7

4.8

4.6

4.7

4.6

4.3

3.6

3.2

3.6

Sources:
Compiled from country data submission, website, and statistical yearbooks of AMSs national statistical offices
and relevant government departments/ministries;
Singapore 2006-2013 data from Singapore Ministry of Manpower.

Table III.2. Number of Unemployment and


Country
(1)

Number of unemployment (000)


2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam

7.3

6.3

7.0

6.8

5.3

3.2

3.2

Cambodia

na

51.6

24.6

11.0

27.5

16.0

15.4

23.9

Indonesia

10,469.6

9,532.0

9,154.3

8,754.7

8,254.4

8,659.7

7,306.0

7,410.9

3,886.6

Lao PDR
Malaysia

353.6

351.4

368.5

418.0

395.8

382.9

396.3

424.6

Myanmar

1,150.0

1,180.0

1,200.0

1,220.0

1,240.0

1,260.0

1,280.0

1,290.0

2,625.0

2,246.0

2,525.0

2,719.0

2,799.0

2,644.0

2,763.0

2,486.8

Philippines
Singapore

67.6

74.8

7,602.0

116.3

84.4

81.2

79.0

82.6

Thailand2)

552.0

508.0

522.0

572.3

402.2

264.3

257.0

300.0

Viet Nam

4,055.4

3,917.1

1)

Sources:
Compiled from country data submission, website, and statistical yearbooks of AMSs national statistical offices
and relevant government departments/ministries;
Singapore 2006-2013 data from Singapore Ministry of Manpower.

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Labour Force Participation Rate, 2006-2013


Labour force participation rate (%)
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

71.7

67.8

67.8

68.2

66.6

66.4

66.6

n.a.

80.8

78.6

81.7

84.4

85.1

84.2

83.0

66.7

67.4

67.9

68.1

68.3

66.7

67.8

66.8

77.7

63.1

63.2

62.6

62.9

63.7

64.4

65.5

67.0

65.4

65.8

66.2

66.6

66.1

66.0

66.3

66.9

63.8

63.2

63.7

64.0

64.2

66.3

63.9

63.9

65.0

65.0

65.6

65.4

66.2

66.1

66.6

66.7

72.2

72.4

72.6

72.8

72.3

72.1

72.3

70.4

51.5

74.7

75.5

76.5

77.4

77.0

76.8

77.5

Notes:
1) Singapores resident unemployment (annual average)
2) Thailand unemployment rate using average period.
3) Myanmar unemployment rate is 10 years and over
4) Unemployment rate at urban area of Viet Nam
- - not available at the time of publication
n.a. - not applicable

Labour Force, 2006-2013


Labour force (000)
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

181.7

184.8

188.8

194.8

183.5

185.9

190.2

na

6,888

6,854.0

7,480.0

7,702.0

7,907.0

7,718.0

7,974.0

108,487.7

111,385.6

113,797.0

115,825.0

117,844.1

116,825.5

120,317.7

120,172.0

13,634.6

10,628.9

10,889.5

11,028.1

11,315.3

12,303.9

12,675.8

13,119.6

28,630.0

29,330.0

29,950.0

30,490.0

30,960.0

31,390.0

31,820.0

32,140.0

35,511.0

35,918.0

37,062.6

38,197.0

39,289.0

41,193.0

40,433.0

40,955.4

1,880.8

1,878.0

1,928.3

1,985.7

2,047.3

2,080.1

2,119.6

2,138.8

36,429.0

36,942.0

37,700.4

38,426.8

38,643.5

38,921.5

38,982.0

39,400.0

43,347.2

47,160.3

48,209.6

49,322.0

50,392.9

51,398.4

52,348.0

53,245.6

Notes:
1) Singapores residents only
2) Thailand unemployment rate using average period.
- - not available at the time of publication
n.a. - not applicable

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Table III.3.
Labour Force Participation Rate by Sex, 2006-2013
(in percent)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Male
78.2

77.6

77.7

77.4

76.3

75.7

76.0

Cambodia

n.a.

89.6

88.8

88.8

90.0

90.4

89.1

88.7

Indonesia

Brunei Darussalam

84.2

83.7

83.5

83.7

83.8

84.3

84.4

83.4

Lao PDR

79.3

Malaysia

79.9

79.5

79.0

78.9

79.3

79.7

80.5

80.7

Myanmar

81.6

82.0

82.5

83.0

82.4

82.4

82.7

83.5

Philippines

79.2

78.3

78.9

78.8

78.9

80.4

78.2

78.1

Singapore

76.2

76.5

76.1

76.3

76.5

75.6

76.0

75.8

Thailand

80.9

81.1

81.2

81.3

80.7

80.3

80.7

Viet Nam

57.3

56.9

56.7

57.5

56.3

56.4

56.0

Female
Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia

n.a.

78.3

75.6

80.4

84.2

84.8

79.7

77.8

Indonesia

48.0

50.3

51.1

51.0

51.8

52.4

51.4

50.3

Lao PDR

76.2

Malaysia

45.8

46.4

45.7

46.4

46.8

47.9

49.5

52.4

Myanmar

49.5

49.8

50.1

50.4

50.0

50.0

50.2

50.7

Philippines

48.5

48.2

48.6

49.3

49.6

52.2

49.6

49.8

Singapore

54.3

54.3

55.6

55.2

56.5

57.0

57.7

58.1

Thailand

64.0

64.2

64.5

64.7

64.3

64.3

64.3

Viet Nam

Source:
Compiled from country data submission, website, and statistical yearbooks of AMSs national
statistical offices and relevant government departments/ministries;
Singapore 2006-2012 data from Singapore Ministry of Manpower.
Notes:
- - not available at the time of publication
n.a. - not applicable

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Table III.4.
Unemployment Rate of People 15 Years and Older by Sex, 2006-2013
(in percent)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Male
2.9

2.4

2.8

2.6

2.2

1.3

1.2

Cambodia

0.7

0.3

0.2

0.4

0.3

0.1

0.3

Indonesia

Brunei Darussalam

8.5

8.1

7.6

7.5

6.2

5.9

5.7

6.0

Lao PDR

1.8

Malaysia

3.3

3.1

3.2

3.6

3.2

2.9

2.9

2.9

Myanmar

3.7

3.7

3.7

3.7

3.7

3.7

3.7

3.7

Philippines

7.7

6.4

7.0

7.4

7.4

6.7

7.0

6.7

Singapore

3.4

2.8

3.0

4.1

3.0

2.6

2.7

2.7

Thailand

1.6

1.5

1.5

1.5

1.1

0.7

0.7

Viet Nam

5.7

4.9

5.1

5.0

3.9

2.4

2.3

Female
Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia

0.8

0.4

0.1

0.3

0.1

0.2

0.3

Indonesia

13.4

10.8

9.7

8.5

8.7

7.6

6.7

6.4

Lao PDR

2.0

Malaysia

3.4

3.4

3.7

3.8

3.4

3.3

3.2

3.4

Myanmar

4.6

4.6

4.6

4.6

4.6

4.6

4.6

4.6

Philippines

6.9

6.0

6.6

6.7

6.7

6.1

6.7

5.9

Singapore

3.7

3.1

3.5

4.7

3.4

3.2

3.1

2.9

Thailand

1.4

1.2

1.3

1.4

1.0

0.6

0.6

Viet Nam

Source:
Compiled from data submission, website, and statistical yearbooks of AMSs national statistical offices
and relevant government departments/ministries;
Singapore 2006-2012 data from Singapore Ministry of Manpower.
Notes:
- - not available at the time of publication
n.a. - not applicable

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Table III.5.
Unemployment Rate of People 15-24 Years Old by Sex, 2006-2013
(in percent)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Male
2.9

Cambodia

1.3

0.6

0.2

0.7

0.4

0.3

Indonesia

Brunei Darussalam

29.5

24.8

21.8

20.1

22.0

Lao PDR

3.4

Malaysia

10.8

10.5

10.3

11.5

11.0

10.3

9.8

9.2

Myanmar

15.9

13.9

15.6

15.3

15.5

12.9

14.2

13.6

Philippines
Singapore

6.1

4.6

5.4

6.6

5.5

4.8

5.3

5.2

Thailand

5.4

5.5

5.2

5.1

3.7

2.5

2.5

Viet Nam

6.0

Female
Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia

1.1

0.5

0.2

0.4

0.3

0.2

Indonesia

36.7

28.5

25.5

23.0

23.0

Lao PDR

3.6

Malaysia

11.0

11.5

11.8

12.5

12.0

12.0

11.0

11.9

Myanmar

Philippines

18.4

16.5

18.1

18.7

18.6

15.7

17.4

15.7

Singapore

8.3

8.2

8.9

11.5

9.6

9.0

8.2

8.6

Thailand

6.0

4.9

5.3

6.3

4.2

3.0

3.1

Viet Nam

Source:
Compiled from data submission, website, and statistical yearbooks of AMSs national statistical offices
and relevant government departments/ministries;
Singapore 2006-2012 data from Singapore Ministry of Manpower.
Notes:
- - not available at the time of publication
n.a. - not applicable

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Graphic III.1.
Unemployment Rate of Males 15 Years and Older, 2006-2013
9.0
8.0
Percent (%)

7.0
6.0
5.0
4.0
3.0
2.0
1.0
0.0
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Year
Indonesia

Malaysia

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Graphic III.2.
Unemployment Rate of Females 15 Years and Older, 2006-2013
16.0
14.0

Percent (%)

12.0
10.0
8.0
6.0
4.0
2.0
0.0
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

Year
Indonesia

Malaysia

Philippines

27

Singapore

Thailand

2013

LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT

Graphic III.3.
Unemployment Rate of Males 15-24 Years Old, 2006-2013
35.0
30.0

Percent (%)

25.0
20.0
15.0
10.0
5.0
0.0
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

Year
Ind M

Mal M

Phi M

28

Sin M

Tha M

2013

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Graphic III.4.
Unemployment Rate of Females 15-24 Years Old, 2006-2013
40.0
35.0
Percent (%)

30.0
25.0
20.0
15.0
10.0
5.0
0.0
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

Year
Ind F

Mal F

Phi F

29

Sin F

Tha F

2013

LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT

Table III.6. Number of Employment

Country

Year

Agriculture, Fishery &


Forestry

Manufacturing

Construction

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

Brunei Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Malaysia

Philippines

Singapore1/

Thailand

Viet Nam2/

1995

38

2000

100

2002

4,480

556

2003

4,500

634

148

2004

4,520

712

195

2011

39,329

14,542

6,340

2012

38,882

15,367

6,792

2013

39,220

14,960

6,349

2011

1,410

2,222

1,134

2012

1,602

2,228

1,164
1,244

2013

1,682

2,215

2010

12,260

3,065

1,970

2011

12,876

3,161

2,082

2012

12,129

3,126

2,185

2011

292

100
105

2012

288

2013

280

102

2011

15,729

5,203

2,062

2012

15,142

5,733

2,461

2013

14,160

6,320

2,210

2010

24,279

6,646

3,108

2011

24,363

6,973

3,221

2012

25,261

7,230

3,340

Sources:
Compiled from country data submission, statistical yearbooks and official website of AMSs national statistical offices
Note: 1/ Employment as at June; Singapores Resident only
2/ Viet Nam 2012 using 2011 industry group structure

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LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT

by Major Industry Group


(in thousands)
Wholesales & Retail
Trade, Restaurants,
& Hotels

Transportation,
Storage,
Communication

Finance, Insurance,
Real Estate and
Business Services

Public Services

Others (Mining
& Quarrying,
Electricity, Gas &
Water, Unknown)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Total

(11)

12

76

663

175

16

396

16

6,402

891

185

23

545

23

6,948

1,087

195

30

727

30

7,496

23,397

5,079

2,633

16,646

1,705

109,670

23,156

4,998

2,662

17,101

1,850

110,808

24,106

5,097

2,898

18,452

1,679

112,761

2,942

813

708

2,856

201

12,285

3,073

833

700

2,899

225

12,723

3,236

813

699

2,901

421

13,210

8,283

2,700

839

5,218

2,153

36,488

8,982

2,814

964

5,397

2,274

38,550

7,044

2,674

942

5,274

4,295

37,668

436

277

319

551

24

1,999

436

275

440

470

27

2,041

437

285

439

486

27

2,056

8,613

1,084

1,112

4,843

225

38,870
38,951

8,274

1,180

1,207

4,688

266

8,620

1,165

2,290

2,450

1,855

39,070

7,261

1,674

573

4,785

722

49,049

7,823

1,683

640

4,938

711

50,352

8,111

1,745

664

5,120

737

52,208

Notes:
1/ Employment as at June; Singapores Resident only
2/ Viet Nam 2012 using 2011 industry group structure
- - not available at the time of publication
n.a. - not applicable

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Table III.7. Percentage of Employment

Country

Year

Agriculture, Fishery &


Forestry

Manufacturing

Construction

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

Brunei Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Malaysia

Philippines

Singapore1/

Thailand

Viet Nam2/

1995

2.0

5.8

50.4

2000

1.6

2002

70.0

8.7

2003

64.8

9.1

2.1

2004

60.3

9.5

2.6

2011

35.9

13.3

5.8

2012

35.1

13.9

6.1

2013

34.8

13.3

5.6

2011

11.5

18.1

9.2

2012

12.6

17.5

9.1

2013

12.7

16.8

9.4

2010

33.6

8.4

5.4

2011

33.4

8.2

5.4

2012

32.2

8.3

5.8

2011

14.6

5.0

2012

14.1

5.1

2013

13.6

5.0

2011

40.5

13.4

5.3
6.3

2012

38.9

14.7

2013

36.2

16.2

5.7

2010

49.5

13.5

6.3

2011

48.4

13.8

6.4

2012

48.4

13.8

6.4

Sources:
Compiled from country data submission, statistical yearbooks and official website of AMSs national statistical offices
Note: 1/ Employment as at June; Singapores Resident only
2/ Viet Nam 2012 using 2011 industry group structure

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by Major Industry Group


(in percent)
Wholesales & Retail
Trade, Restaurants,
& Hotels

Transportation,
Storage,
Communication

Finance, Insurance,
Real Estate and
Business Services

Public Services

Others (Mining
& Quarrying,
Electricity, Gas &
Water, Unknown)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Total

(11)

15.6

5.7

6.8

5.6

7.9

100.0

10.4

2.7

0.2

6.2

0.2

100.0

12.8

2.7

0.3

7.8

0.3

100.0

14.5

2.6

0.4

9.7

0.4

100.0

21.3

4.6

2.4

15.2

1.6

100.0

20.9

4.5

2.4

15.4

1.7

100.0
100.0

21.4

4.5

2.6

16.4

1.5

23.9

6.6

5.8

23.2

1.6

100.0

24.2

6.5

5.5

22.8

1.8

100.0

24.5

6.2

5.3

22.0

3.2

100.0

22.7

7.4

2.3

14.3

5.9

100.0

23.3

7.3

2.5

14.0

5.9

100.0

18.7

7.1

2.5

14.0

11.4

100.0

21.8

13.9

16.0

27.6

1.2

100.0

21.3

13.5

21.6

23.0

1.3

100.0

21.3

13.8

21.4

23.6

1.3

100.0

22.2

2.8

2.9

12.5

0.6

100.0

21.2

3.0

3.1

12.0

0.7

100.0

22.1

3.0

5.9

6.3

4.7

100.0

14.8

3.4

1.2

9.8

1.5

100.0

15.5

3.3

1.3

9.8

1.4

100.0

15.5

3.3

1.3

9.8

1.4

100.0

Notes:
1/ Employment as at June; Singapores Resident only
2/ Viet Nam 2012 using 2011 industry group structure
- - not available at the time of publication
n.a. - not applicable

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Table III.8.
Number of Employment by Occupation
(in thousand)
Occupation

Indonesia
(1999)

Malaysia
(2013)

(1)

(2)

(3)

1. Professionals, technical and


related workers
2. Administrative, executive and
managerial workers

Philippines Singapore
(2012)
(2013)1/
(4)

(5)

Thailand
(2012)

Viet Nam
(2013)

(6)

(7)

3,423.1

2,572.4

2,787.6

733.4

3,262.8

4,667.0

252.9

695.5

5,989.5

349.6

1,213.9

551.0

3. Clerical and related workers

4,353.9

1,189.5

2,147.2

268.0

1,376.4

881.5

4. Sales workers and services


workers

20,928.6

2,866.1

6,931.3

256.4

7,191.0

8,461.8

5. Agricultural, animal husbandry and


forestry workers; fishermen and
hunters

38,203.4

1,162.9

5,198.5

13,991.6

6,280.4

6. Production and related workers,


transport equipment operators and
labourers

21,353.2

3,060.4

14,503.0

380.1

7,470.8

9,911.9

301.7

1,663.3

113.0

68.7

4,448.5

21,459.1

88,816.9

13,210.1

37,670.0

2,056.2

38,949.1

52,205.7

7. Others
Total

Source:
Data submission, statistical yearbooks and official website of AMSs national statistical offices
Note:
1/ Employed Resident of Singapore

Table III.9.
Percentage of Employment by Occupation
(in percent)
Occupation

Indonesia
(1999)

Malaysia
(2013)

(1)

(2)

(3)

Philippines Singapore
(2012)
(2013)1/
(4)

(5)

Thailand
(2012)

Viet Nam
(2013)

(6)

(7)

1. Professionals, technical and


related workers

3.9

19.5

7.4

35.7

8.4

8.9

2. Administrative, executive and


managerial workers

0.3

5.3

15.9

17.0

3.1

1.1

3. Clerical and related workers

4.9

9.0

5.7

13.0

3.5

1.7

4. Sales workers and services


workers

23.6

21.7

18.4

12.5

18.5

16.2

5. Agricultural, animal husbandry and


forestry workers; fishermen and
hunters

43.0

8.8

13.8

35.9

12.0

6. Production and related workers,


transport equipment operators and
labourers

24.0

23.2

38.5

18.5

19.2

19.0

0.3

12.6

0.3

3.3

11.4

41.1

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

7. Others
Total

Source:
Data submission, statistical yearbooks and official website of AMSs national statistical offices
Notes:
1/ Employed Resident of Singapore

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CHAPTER

MACRO ECONOMY

Table IV.1. GDP at Current and Constant


Country

(1)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia

GDP at Current Prices


2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

18.23

18.46

20.44

15.61

16.87

21.00

21.19

20.16

29,849

35,051

41,968

43,057

47,048

52,069

56,617

61,968

3,339,217 3,950,893 4,948,688 5,606,203 6,446,852

Indonesia

7,419,187 8,229,439 9,083,972

Lao PDR

33,782

40,467

46,215

47,562

55,694

64,727

75,251

84,572

Malaysia

597

665

770

713

797

885

942

987

15,324

22,122

23,336

29,233

33,906

39,777

46,308

51,259

Philippines

6,271

6,893

7,721

8,026

9,003

9,706

10,567

11,548

Singapore

235

271

272

280

322

345

359

373

7,845

8,525

9,080

9,042

10,103

10,540

11,375

11,899

1,061,565 1,246,769

1,616,047

1,809,149

Myanmar

Thailand
Viet Nam

2,157,828 2,779,880 3,245,419 3,584,262

Source:
Macroeconomic Database, based on country submission and country's website

Table IV.2. Rate of Economic


Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

Brunei Darussalam

4.4

0.2

-1.4

Cambodia

10.8

10.2

6.7

0.1

Indonesia

5.5

6.3

6.0

4.6

Lao PDR

8.3

6.0

7.8

7.5

Malaysia

5.6

6.3

4.8

-1.5

Myanmar

13.6

13.1

12.0

10.3

Philippines

5.2

6.6

4.2

1.1

Singapore

8.9

9.1

1.8

-0.6

Thailand

5.1

5.0

2.5

-2.3

Viet Nam

7.0

7.1

5.7

5.4

ASEAN

6.0

6.5

4.8

2.0

ASEAN5

5.7

6.3

4.5

1.6

BCLMV

8.1

7.8

6.4

5.5

Source:
ASEAN Macroeconomic Database, computed based on Table IV.1 (GDP Constant Price)

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MACRO ECONOMY

Market Prices, 2006-2013


(Billions of National Currency)
GDP at Constant Prices
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

11.97

11.99

11.81

11.55

11.85

12.25

12.37

12.15

24,379

26,869

28,668

28,692

30,403

32,553

34,916

37,579

1,847,127

1,964,327

2,082,456

2,178,850

2,314,459

2,464,566

2,618,938

2,770,345

21,264

25,142

27,099

29,132

31,501

34,034

36,722

39,675

574

610

640

630

677

712

752

787

4,675

13,893

15,559

17,155

18,970

20,946

42,001

45,080

4,716

5,028

5,237

5,297

5,702

5,909

6,312

6,765

253

276

281

280

322

342

350

364

4,055

4,259

4,365

4,263

4,596

4,600

4,898

5,040

1,699,501

1,820,667

1,923,749

2,027,591

2,157,828

2,292,483

2,412,778

2,543,596

Growth 2006-2013
(in percent)
2010

2011

2012

2013

2006-2013

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

2.6

3.4

1.0

-1.8

0.2

6.0

7.1

7.3

7.0

6.4

6.2

6.5

6.3

5.8

6.0

8.1

8.0

7.9

8.2

9.3

7.4

5.2

5.6

4.7

4.6

10.6

9.6

5.6

7.5

6.8

7.6

3.6

6.8

7.2

5.3

15.2

6.1

2.5

3.9

5.3

7.8

0.1

6.5

2.9

3.2

6.4

6.2

5.2

5.4

5.9

7.6

4.9

5.9

5.2

5.2

7.7

4.7

6.0

5.1

5.1

6.9

6.7

5.3

5.6

6.0

Notes:
ASEAN GDP growth is calculated as a weighted average using PPP-GDP share as used in the IMF-WEO Database
of October 2014
ASEAN5 covers Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand
BCLMV, stands for Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Viet Nam

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Graphic IV.1.
Rate of GDP Growth in ASEAN, 2000-2013
14.00
ASEAN
ASEAN 5

12.00

BCLMV

Rate of Growth

10.00

8.00

6.00

4.00

2.00

0.00
2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

Year

38

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

20062013

MACRO ECONOMY

Graphic IV.2.
Rate of GDP Growth in ASEAN5, 2000-2013

80.0
Indonesia

70.0

Malaysia

Rate of Growth

60.0

Philippines
Singapore

50.0

Thailand

40.0
30.0
20.0
10.0
0.0
2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

-10.0

Year

Graphic IV.3.
Rate of GDP Growth of BCLMV, 2000-2013

16.0
Brunei
Darussalam
Cambodia

14.0

Lao PDR

12.0

Myanmar

Rate of Growth

10.0

Viet Nam

8.0
6.0
4.0
2.0
0.0
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
-2.0
-4.0

Year

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Table IV.3.
GDP per Capita at Current Market Prices in USD, 2006-2013
(in US $)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam

31,452

33,191

38,621

28,454

32,063

42,431

42,445

515

601

827

735

785

882

950

1,037

1,636

1,910

2,244

2,359

2,988

3,498

3,563

3,460

Cambodia
Indonesia

39,679

Lao PDR

576

719

882

913

1,079

1,262

1,443

1,548

Malaysia

6,160

7,166

8,393

7,216

8,515

9,962

10,346

10,420

Myanmar2)

233

333

436

538

706

853

885

888

Philippines

1,408

1,717

1,917

1,829

2,127

2,339

2,568

2,707

Singapore

55,182

33,580

39,224

39,724

38,577

46,570

52,865

54,007

Thailand

3,162

3,743

4,106

3,947

4,743

5,116

5,391

5,679

Viet Nam

798

918

1,165

1,232

1,338

1,543

1,755

1,909

1,955

2,309

2,647

2,610

3,162

3,619

3,781

3,832

ASEAN1)

Source:
ASEAN Macroeconomic Database, computed based on Table IV.1 Using period average exchange rate
Notes:
1) As a proxy, the combined GDP per capita as GDP at current market price divided by number of population
2) Myanmar figures are calculated using the exchange rates as used in the IMF-WEO Database of October 2014

Table IV.4.
GDP at Current Market Prices in Million of USD, 2006-2013
(in US $ Million)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia

11,464

12,281

14,483

10,815

12,402

16,691

16,970

16,117

7,258

8,636

11,073

10,354

11,229

12,804

14,011

15,511

364,371

431,024

512,753

545,854

710,068

846,523

874,486

860,850

Lao PDR

3,309

4,224

5,291

5,595

6,752

8,061

9,398

10,283

Malaysia

312,072

163,550

193,901

231,382

202,627

243,429

289,517

305,390

Myanmar2)

13,187

19,132

25,435

31,832

42,229

51,518

53,961

54,661

Philippines

122,419

152,126

173,427

168,644

199,976

224,108

250,603

269,024

Singapore

147,797

179,981

192,240

192,408

236,422

274,038

286,909

297,941

Thailand

207,328

247,178

272,946

264,041

319,276

345,825

366,127

387,574

Viet Nam

66,501

77,341

99,126

106,018

116,300

135,541

155,820

171,219

1,107,183

1,325,823

1,538,155

1,538,189 1,898,083 2,204,626 2,333,674

2,395,253

ASEAN1)

Source:
ASEAN Macroeconomic Database, computed based on Table IV.1, Computed using the period average exchange rates
Notes:
1) As a proxy, the combined GDP of ASEAN is computed as the sum of GDP at current market price of ASEAN
Member Countries
2) Myanmar figures are calculated using the exchange rates as used in the IMF-WEO Database of October 2014

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Graphic IV.4.
GDP per Capita in US Dollar in ASEAN5 during 2000-2013, as Compared to 2000

500
Indonesia

450

Malaysia

400

Index, 2000=100

Philippines

350
Singapore

300

Thailand

250
200
150
100
50
0
2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Year

Graphic IV.5.
GDP per Capita in US Dollar in BCLMV during 2000-2013, as Compared to 2000

500
Brunei Darussalam

450

Cambodia

400

Index, 2000=100

Lao PDR

350
Myanmar

300

Viet Nam

250
200
150
100
50
0
2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

Year

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2009

2010

2011

2012

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Table IV.5. GDP Share of Major Group of Economic Sectors, 2006-2013

Country
(1)

2006

2007

Agriculture

Industry

Services

A+I+S

Agriculture

Industry

Services

A+I+S

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam

1.1

60.3

38.6

100.0

1.1

60.3

38.6

100.0

29.5

30.1

40.4

100.0

28.7

30.2

41.1

100.0

Indonesia

14.2

43.7

42.1

100.0

13.8

43.0

43.2

100.0

Lao PDR

35.4

27.4

37.2

100.0

36.2

22.7

41.2

100.0

Malaysia

8.4

43.7

48.0

100.0

8.0

42.4

49.6

100.0

13.1

32.5

54.4

100.0

12.9

32.2

54.9

100.0

Singapore

0.1

33.2

66.8

100.0

0.0

32.5

67.4

100.0

Thailand

9.0

47.2

43.8

100.0

8.7

47.5

43.8

100.0

Viet Nam

20.9

38.2

40.8

100.0

20.3

38.3

41.4

100.0

Cambodia

Myanmar
Philippines

Country
(18)

Brunei Darussalam

2010

2011

Agriculture

Industry

Services

A+I+S

Agriculture

Industry

Services

A+I+S

(19)

(20)

(21)

(22)

(23)

(24)

(25)

(26)

1.2

53.0

45.8

100.0

1.1

52.5

46.3

100.0

Cambodia

29.4

28.6

42.0

100.0

28.3

30.6

41.1

100.0

Indonesia

13.2

41.1

45.7

100.0

12.8

40.7

46.5

100.0

Lao PDR

31.6

27.7

40.7

100.0

30.0

29.3

40.7

100.0
100.0

Malaysia

7.7

38.6

53.8

100.0

7.7

37.4

54.8

Myanmar

39.9

22.6

37.5

100.0

37.8

24.3

37.9

100.0

Philippines

11.6

32.6

55.8

100.0

11.5

32.0

56.5

100.0

Singapore

0.0

33.6

66.3

100.0

0.0

34.2

65.8

100.0

Thailand

8.3

48.7

43.0

100.0

8.6

46.8

44.5

100.0

Viet Nam

18.9

38.2

42.9

100.0

18.5

38.4

43.1

100.0

Source:
ASEAN Macroeconomic Database, based on country submission

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(Based on GDP at Constant Price)


(in percent)
2008

2009

Agriculture

Industry

Services

A+I+S

Agriculture

Industry

Services

A+I+S

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

1.1

56.8

42.1

100.0

1.1

54.8

44.1

100.0

28.4

29.5

42.1

100.0

29.5

28.1

42.4

100.0

13.7

42.1

44.3

100.0

13.6

41.7

44.8

100.0

34.8

23.2

41.9

100.0

33.2

25.5

41.3

100.0

7.9

40.6

51.5

100.0

8.0

38.2

53.8

100.0

0.8

34.9

64.3

100.0

41.8

21.2

37.0

100.0

12.8

32.4

54.8

100.0

12.5

31.5

56.0

100.0
100.0

0.0

31.2

68.7

100.0

0.0

31.1

68.9

8.8

47.9

43.3

100.0

9.2

46.6

44.3

100.0

20.1

37.8

42.1

100.0

19.5

38.0

42.6

100.0
(in percent)

2012

2013

Agriculture

Industry

Services

A+I+S

Agriculture

Industry

Services

A+I+S

(27)

(28)

(29)

(30)

(31)

(32)

(33)

(34)

1.3

51.0

47.8

100.0

1.3

51.0

47.8

100.0

25.0

29.7

45.2

100.0

26.0

32.2

41.9

100.0

12.5

40.3

47.2

100.0

12.3

39.9

47.8

100.0

26.9

28.3

38.5

100.0

100.0

7.3

36.8

55.9

100.0

7.2

36.9

55.9

34.9

27.4

37.7

100.0

11.1

32.0

56.9

100.0

10.4

32.8

56.8

100.0
100.0

0.0

32.1

67.9

100.0

0.0

28.0

71.9

8.4

47.1

44.4

100.0

8.3

46.0

45.8

100.0

15.8

41.6

42.6

100.0

17.6

38.6

43.9

100.0

Notes:
In terms of Value, the sum of Agriculture+Industries+Services may not agree with total GDP as some countries treat
statistical discrepancy as a separate item
Agriculture comprises: Fishing, Forestry
Industries comprises: Mining and Quarrying, Manufacturing, Construction and Utilities
Services comprises: Wholesales & Retail Trade, Transportation & Storage, Accommodation & Food Services,
Information & Communications, Finance & Insurance, Business Services, and Other Services Industries

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Table IV.6. Inflation Rates, Year-on-Year End of Period,

Country
(1)

Brunei Darussalam

Year-on-year, End of the Period


2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

-0.7

1.3

2.6

1.2

-2.1

1.8

0.4

0.2

2.8

10.8

12.5

5.3

3.1

4.9

2.5

4.6

Cambodia
Indonesia

6.6

6.6

11.1

2.8

7.0

3.8

4.3

8.4

Lao PDR2)

-3.7

5.5

3.2

3.9

5.8

7.7

4.7

6.9

3.1

2.4

4.4

1.1

2.2

3.0

1.2

3.2

4.3

3.9

8.0

4.5

3.6

4.2

3.0

4.1
1.5

1)

Malaysia
Myanmar
Philippines
Singapore3)

0.8

4.4

-5.6

-0.6

4.6

5.5

4.3

Thailand

3.5

3.2

0.4

3.5

3.0

3.5

3.6

1.7

Viet Nam4)

6.6

12.6

19.9

6.5

11.8

18.1

6.8

6.0

Source:
ASEAN Macroeconomic Database, based on country submission

Table IV.7. Foreign Exchange

Country
(1)

Brunei Darussalam

End of Period
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

1.66

1.54

1.44

1.42

1.40

1.29

1.30

1.22

Cambodia

4,120

4,065

4,004

4,121

4,186

4,051

4,062

3,995

Indonesia

9,830

8,995

9,419

10,950

9,400

8,991

9,069

9,793

Lao PDR

10,794

9,764

9,385

8,514

8,471

8,039

8,016

7,997

Malaysia

3.06

3.78

3.53

3.31

3.46

3.42

3.08

3.18

Myanmar*)

Philippines

53.07

49.13

41.40

47.49

46.36

43.89

43.93

41.19

Singapore

1.66

1.53

1.44

1.44

1.40

1.29

1.30

1.22

Thailand

41.03

36.05

33.72

34.90

33.32

30.15

31.69

30.63

Viet Nam

15,875

16,091

16,114

16,977

17,941

18,932

20,828

20,828

Source:
ASEAN Macroeconomic Database

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and Year-on-Year Average Period, 2006-2013


(in percent)
Year-on-year, Average Period
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

0.1

0.3

2.7

1.8

0.4

2.0

0.5

0.4

4.7

5.9

19.7

-0.7

4.0

5.5

2.9

4.5

13.1

6.4

11.3

5.0

5.1

5.4

4.2

8.1

-3.1

3.7

7.6

0.03

6.0

7.6

4.2

6.5

3.6

2.0

5.4

0.6

1.7

3.2

1.7

3.2

18.9

-76.3

12.0

7.7

7.7

5.0

1.5

4.3

6.3

2.8

8.3

4.2

3.8

4.6

3.2

4.0
2.4

1.0

2.1

6.6

0.6

2.8

5.2

5.0

4.7

2.2

5.4

-0.9

3.3

3.8

3.0

1.7

7.5

8.5

22.8

6.9

9.2

18.6

9.2

5.9

Notes:
1) Indonesia 2006-2008 (y-o-y average period) was computed using inflation rate based on the 2005 base year;
and inflation rate of 2009-current based on the 2007 base year.
2) Lao PDR; 2006-current using 2006 as the base year
3) Singapore; 2002-current inflation rate computed using 2009 as the base year
4) Viet Nam; base year prior to 2007 was 1995; and 2007-current was based on 2005 base year
- - not available at the time of publication

Rates, 2006-2013
(National Currency per US $)
Average of the Period
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

1.59

1.50

1.42

1.45

1.36

1.26

1.25

1.25

4,113

4,080

4,079

4,159

4,190

4,067

4,041

3,995

9,168

9,164

9,691

10,370

9,086

8,768

9,411

10,586

10,211

9,581

8,735

8,501

8,249

8,030

8,007

8,224
3.16

3.65

3.44

3.33

3.53

3.30

3.06

3.08

1,162

1,156

917

918

803

772

858

938

51.31

45.66

44.47

47.64

45.11

43.31

42.23

42.89

1.59

1.51

1.41

1.45

1.36

1.26

1.25

1.25

37.88

34.52

33.31

34.29

31.69

30.49

31.08

30.73

15,963

16,121

16,303

17,065

18,554

20,510

20,828

20,934

Notes:
Average for the year was computed as a simple average of the quarterly averages
*) Myanmar figures (average period) are based on the exchange rates used in the IMF-WEO Database of October 2014
Brunei Darussalam: Brunei dollar (B$); Cambodia: Riel; Indonesia: Rupiah (Rp); Lao PDR: Kip; Malaysia: Ringgit (RM);
Myanmar: Kyat; Philippines: Peso (PhP); Singapore: Singapore dollar (S$); Thailand: Baht; Viet Nam: Dong
- - not available at the time of publication

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Graphic IV.6.
Rate of Change of Foreign Exchange Rate in ASEAN5, 2000-2013

20.0

15.0

Rate of Change

10.0

5.0

0.0
2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

-5.0
Indonesia

-10.0

Malaysia
Philippines

-15.0

Singapore
Thailand

-20.0

Year

Graphic IV.7.
Rate of Change of Foreign Echange Rate in BCLMV, 2000-2013
30.0
20.0

Rate of Change

10.0
0.0
2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

-10.0
-20.0
-30.0

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia

-40.0

Lao PDR
Myanmar

-50.0

Viet Nam

-60.0

Year

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Graphic IV.8.
ASEAN5 National Currency to US Dollar during 2000-2013, as Compared to the 2000 Level
160

140

Index, 2000=100

120

100

80

60

Indonesia
Malaysia

40

Philippines
Singapore

20

Thailand

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Year

Graphic IV.9.
BCLMV National Currency to US Dollar during 2000-2013, as Compared to the 2000 Level
160

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia

140

Lao PDR
Myanmar

120

Index, 2000=100

Viet Nam

100

80

60

40

20

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

Year

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2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

MACRO ECONOMY

Table IV.8. Interest Rates,

Country
(1)

3-Month Deposits
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam

0.98

1.20

0.80

0.63

0.40

0.40

0.23

0.21

Cambodia

4.42

5.07

5.20

4.09

4.50

4.33

4.08

3.30

Indonesia

9.71

7.42

11.16

7.48

7.06

6.81

5.76

7.61

Lao PDR

7.00

6.69

6.07

5.66

5.51

5.42

5.17

5.41

Malaysia

3.19

3.15

3.04

2.03

2.74

2.99

2.97

2.97

12.00

12.00

10.50

10.50

10.50

8.00-10.00

8.00-10.00

8.00-10.00

Philippines

5.09

5.00

5.92

3.03

3.00

4.00

3.03

1.38

Singapore

0.57

0.51

0.39

0.25

0.19

0.14

0.14

0.14

Thailand

3.25-4.75

2.00-2.25

1.35-1.88

0.65-0.75

0.95-1.30

1.85 - 2.25

1.60-2.05

1.50-2.50

Viet Nam

7.68

7.20

7.94

10.14

13.25

14.00

10.50

7.14

Myanmar

Sources:
ASEAN Macroeconomic Database and International Financial Statistics (IFS) - IMF Database 2014

Table IV.9. Money Growth, Year-on-year

Country
(1)

Brunei Darussalam

M2
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

-5.25

15.60

9.61

9.66

4.81

10.05

0.98

1.40

Cambodia

38.16

Indonesia

14.87

62.93

4.85

36.84

21.76

12.66

12.38

20.02

21.45

20.87

14.61

15.99

16.43

14.96

Lao PDR

30.09

38.72

18.31

12.70

31.23

39.13

29.04

31.05

Malaysia*)

13.00

9.54

17.02

11.89

9.17

6.76

14.32

8.96

Myanmar

24.41

7.35

26.16

24.00

30.61

42.63

30.54

31.65

33.55

Philippines*)

21.94

10.52

30.64

7.69

13.04

29.19

9.64

29.53

Singapore

4.32

19.37

13.41

12.05

11.34

8.59

9.99

7.23

Thailand

8.16

6.25

3.30

7.47

9.92

16.17

15.90

7.32

Viet Nam

33.59

46.12

20.31

28.99

33.30

6.99

15.79

21.40

Sources:
ASEAN Macroeconomic Database and International Financial Statistics (IFS) - IMF Database 2014

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end of the Period 2006-2013


(in percent)
Minimum Lending Rate
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

5.50

5.50

5.50

5.50

5.50

5.50

5.50

5.50

23.07

22.26

22.36

23.08

22.49

19.35

11.79

15.79

15.07

13.00

15.22

13.69

12.83

12.16

11.49

12.12

19.80

24.00

18.86

14.40

14.47

12.24

13.50

12.86

6.72

6.72

6.48

5.51

6.27

6.53

6.53

6.53

17.00

17.00

17.00

17.00

17.00

15.00

13.00

10.00-13.00

9.17

9.00

8.31

7.12

6.67

6.00

5.48

5.72

5.33

5.33

5.38

5.38

5.38

5.38

5.38

5.38

7.50-8.00

6.85-7.13

6.75-7.00

5.85-6.25

6.12-6.50

7.25 -7.63

7.00-7.50

6.75-6.25

9.96

11.52

12.03

11.73

14.47

18.68

13.47

Note:
2012 and 2013 figures of Minimum Lending rate and 3-Month Deposits for Brunei Darussalam and Viet Nam taken from International
Financial Statistics (IFS) - IMF Database 2014
- - not available at the time of publication

end of the Period 2006-2013


(in percent)
M1
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

11.27

-2.44

12.99

22.90

-29.19

10.87

1.47

3.97
20.57

25.32

23.79

16.94

30.02

3.23

22.83

2.26

28.08

21.95

3.74

10.69

19.74

19.42

16.41

5.40

41.23

53.36

21.23

28.88

32.61

12.90

16.38

5.36

13.70

19.52

8.33

9.76

11.68

15.41

11.89

13.07

22.72

22.00

23.21

23.96

30.26

20.54

14.10

25.60

24.39

14.48

24.23

13.64

10.60

10.88

7.67

27.31

13.36

22.39

18.40

23.47

20.34

14.79

8.97

9.87

2.39

9.70

-2.28

7.68

11.73

12.98

20.35

-25.61

-18.92

122.30

-0.10

31.28

10.22

-0.94

21.86

17.54

Notes:
*) M1 instead of M2 for Malaysia and M4 for Philippines
M1 and M2 2012 and 2013 figures for Brunei Darussalam and Viet Nam are taken from International Financial Statistics (IFS) - IMF
Database 2014
Myanmars M1 and M2 figures for 2007 and 2008, are y-o-y growth of Q2 figures
- - not available at the time of publication

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Table IV.10.
Reserve Money, 2006-2013
(in Billions of National Currency)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam

13

16

Cambodia

3,383

5,018

6,100

8,741

10,245

11,033

13,129

14,840

Indonesia

297,080

379,582

344,688

402,119

518,447

613,488

704,843

821,679

Lao PDR

2,502

3,974

4,776

6,428

5,151

4,772

6,477

6,840

Malaysia

58

94

69

55

61

96

106

116

Myanmar

2,653

3,394

3,708

4,666

5,701

6,672

8,410

10,050

Philippines

718

847

960

1,047

1,120

1,322

1,475

1,926

Singapore

26

28

34

36

41

45

49

Thailand

865

934

1,040

1,103

1,243

1,366

1,498

1,581

Viet Nam

230,756

315,712

378,989

422,253

439,622

522,809

655,511

Source:
ASEAN Macroeconomic Database and International Financial Statistics (IFS) - IMF Database 2014
Note:
- - not available at the time of publication

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Table IV.11.
Current Account Balance as a Percentage of GDP, 2006-2013
(in percent)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

72.5

13.1

67.9

144.4

61.0

45.6

53.0

Cambodia

-7.9

-8.0

-10.4

-10.3

-10.4

-8.8

-9.4

-9.5

Indonesia

3.0

2.4

0.0

2.0

0.8

0.1

-2.2

-3.3

Brunei Darussalam

Lao PDR

1.3

2.5

1.7

-0.7

0.7

2.2

1.8

-3.7

Malaysia

15.6

15.1

17.1

35.2

11.2

11.6

6.1

3.8

Myanmar

6.0

2.3

5.0

7.1

4.0

-2.8

-1.7

-3.3

Philippines

4.4

4.1

2.1

7.7

4.5

3.1

2.8

3.5

Singapore

20.2

20.5

13.8

29.5

23.6

20.8

21.5

22.8

Thailand

1.1

6.3

0.8

9.1

3.1

1.2

-0.4

-0.7

Viet Nam

-0.2

-3.8

-10.9

-6.2

-3.7

0.2

1.9

1.5

Source:
ASEAN Macroeconomic Database and International Financial Statistics (IFS) - IMF Database 2014
Note:
- - not available at the time of publication

Table IV.12.
Current Account Balance in Million of USD, 2006-2013
(in US $ Million)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

8,314

1,606

9,833

7,568

7,615

Brunei Darussalam

15,613

8,997

Cambodia

-577

-693

-1,151

-1,066

-1,171

-1,122

-1,316

-1,469

Indonesia

10,859

10,492

122

10,751

5,643

1,011

-19,419

-28,450

Lao PDR

42

107

91

-41

48

179

169

-376

Malaysia

25,515

29,242

39,558

71,358

27,291

33,523

18,683

11,732

797

433

1,266

2,276

1,674

-1,424

-931

-1,819

Philippines

5,347

6,301

3,627

12,985

8,922

6,988

7,126

7,127

Singapore

29,787

36,979

26,507

56,677

55,730

57,039

61,715

68,069

Thailand

2,315

15,682

2,157

24,053

10,024

4,105

-1,470

-2,678

Viet Nam

-164

-2,925

-10,823

-6,608

-4,276

236

2,973

2,569

Myanmar

Source:
ASEAN Macroeconomic Database and International Financial Statistics (IFS) - IMF Database 2014
Note:
'-' - not available at the time of publication

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Table IV.13.
Service Balance of ASEAN Countries in Million of US Dollar, 2006-2013
(in US $ Million)

Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam

-745

-203

-529

-1,048

-557

-467

-2,157

Cambodia

492

632

627

615

697

889

10,115

1,051

Indonesia

-9,874

-11,841

-12,998

-22,739

-9,324

-11,178

-9,523

-11,426

Lao PDR

153

202

306

496

67

219

236

247

Malaysia

-1,890

690

46

1,344

543

-2,031

-4,543

-7,318

Philippines

137

1,077

1,160

3,274

2,735

3,572

6,376

6,568

Myanmar
Singapore

-2,644

-2,590

-2,674

-5,916

1,554

1,869

752

394

Thailand

-8,012

1,287

-12,892

-19,269

-10,706

-10,569

-3,441

3,722

Viet Nam

-8

-950

-2,421

-2,461

-2,980

-3,616

-4,000

Source:
ASEAN Macroeconomic Database
Notes:
Balance of Payment data for 2012 and 2013 taken from country website and International Financial Statistics(IFS)IMF Database 2014
- - not available at the time of publication

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Table IV.14.
Government Budget Deficit as a Percentage of GDP, 2006-2013
(in percent)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam

21.99

15.04

24.29

3.92

8.55

28.45

17.47

Cambodia

-1.50

0.64

0.12

3.33

3.53

3.78

Indonesia

-0.99

-1.43

-0.08

-1.58

-0.73

-1.14

-2.31

-1.69

Lao PDR

-3.90

-2.58

-4.06

-2.40

-2.15

-1.87

-1.37

-4.01

Malaysia

-3.20

-3.10

0.82

0.22

1.01

0.32

-4.50

-3.90

Myanmar

-4.10

-3.80

-2.30

-4.60

-4.60

-3.80

2.20

-0.70

Philippines

-0.99

0.18

-0.88

-3.72

-3.49

-2.04

-2.30

-1.42

Singapore

0.51

3.02

1.44

-0.93

0.17

1.22

1.62

Thailand

2.31

-1.69

-1.06

-4.44

-2.63

-4.42

-4.54

-2.01

Viet Nam

-1.62

-2.01

-1.94

-5.84

-3.35

-1.78

Sources:
ASEAN Macroeconomic Database and International Financial Statistics (IFS) - IMF Database 2014
Notes:
- - not available at the time of publication

Table IV.15.
Government Budget Deficit, 2006-2013
(in Million of National Currency)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia

4,007

2,776

4,965

612

1,441

5,973

3,701

-447,120

223,407

52,182

1,433,800

1,659,777

1,969,751

-32,973,640 -56,325,365

-4,121,288 -88,618,900 -46,845,701 -84,400,000 -190,105,000 -153,338,000

Lao PDR

-1,318,079

-1,042,999

-1,875,291

-1,143,619

-1,199,437

-1,212,830

-1,028,630

Malaysia

-19,108

-20,659

6,295

1,572

8,019

2,825

2,376

Philippines

-62,198

12,605

-68,117

-298,532

-314,458

-197,754

-242,909

-164,000

Singapore

1,198

8,181

3,906

-2,611

532

4,214

5,821

181,359

-143,856

-96,482

-401,287

-265,861

-465,800

-516,500

-239,000

-17,213,000 -25,080,000 -31,277,000 -105,647,000 -72,337,000 -49,405,000

Myanmar

Thailand
Viet Nam

Sources:
ASEAN Macroeconomic Database and International Financial Statistics (IFS) - IMF Database 2014
Notes:
- - not available at the time of publication

53

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05
CHAPTER

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.1.
ASEAN Total Trade, Intra-ASEAN and Extra-ASEAN Trade, 2006-2013
(in US $ Million)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Total Trade
Brunei Darussalam

9,108.3

9,749.9

12,774.7

9,602.5

10,999.2

14,822.3

16,856.3

15,057.2

Cambodia

6,437.4

7,580.6

8,775.6

8,886.7

10,480.3

12,844.1

18,663.7

18,324.2

Indonesia

369,180.5

161,864.1

188,574.3

266,217.7

213,339.2

293,442.4

380,932.3

381,721.3

Lao PDR

990.2

1,093.0

2,630.9

2,962.1

4,509.1

3,955.9

6,158.8

5,884.9

Malaysia

285,542.9

323,116.0

338,794.7

280,221.4

363,534.3

415,559.1

423,930.3

434,228.7

Myanmar
Philippines

5,630.2

8,722.5

10,415.4

10,191.3

11,798.3

14,925.1

18,503.3

23,445.4

99,183.8

105,979.5

105,671.0

83,868.6

109,660.3

111,751.6

117,381.6

119,108.9
783,265.5

Singapore

510,516.7

562,451.2

657,985.8

515,616.3

662,658.2

775,167.2

788,116.9

Thailand

248,688.3

293,536.8

352,534.2

286,266.8

385,040.8

458,904.4

477,301.9

478,247.3

Viet Nam

77,270.5

109,982.5

141,357.0

125,921.9

156,993.1

199,582.1

227,793.3

264,774.0

TOTAL

1,405,232.5

1,610,786.3

1,897,157.1

1,536,876.8

2,009,115.9 2,388,444.0

2,476,427.4

2,511,516.5

ASEAN6

1,314,904.1

1,483,407.7

1,733,978.1

1,388,914.8

1,825,335.1

2,157,136.8 2,205,308.4

2,199,088.1

Intra-ASEAN Trade
Brunei Darussalam

2,633.2

3,192.8

3,680.5

2,442.2

2,267.6

2,912.1

3,340.1

Cambodia

1,226.5

1,534.4

1,909.9

2,097.9

2,384.6

3,003.8

5,142.9

4,488.0
4,119.1

Indonesia

37,862.3

46,084.2

68,162.5

52,366.3

80,472.6

99,353.2

95,654.5

94,661.8

Lao PDR

790.5

833.9

2,215.3

2,478.2

2,576.5

2,530.3

2,337.2

3,729.3

Malaysia

73,270.2

82,611.5

85,076.7

72,065.3

95,270.6

108,271.9

115,812.7

119,032.2

Myanmar
Philippines

3,324.4

4,840.8

5,581.6

5,262.6

5,733.1

7,207.7

7,525.4

9,869.0

18,410.5

20,907.0

21,398.4

17,399.5

27,827.5

23,675.6

24,758.3

22,786.2

146,203.4

160,846.9

183,335.4

140,729.6

181,198.4

205,673.7

209,621.3

206,672.3

Thailand

50,484.0

57,886.8

69,375.3

59,250.1

86,610.7

111,450.8

99,535.5

103,668.6

Viet Nam

18,667.7

23,175.3

29,494.6

22,121.5

26,678.3

34,298.1

38,320.2

39,531.9

Singapore

TOTAL

352,872.7

401,913.6

470,230.1

376,213.2

511,019.9

598,377.3

602,048.2

608,558.3

ASEAN6

328,863.6

371,529.2

431,028.7

344,253.0

473,647.4

551,337.3

548,722.4

551,309.1

10,569.2

Extra-ASEAN Trade
Brunei Darussalam

6,475.1

6,557.1

9,094.2

7,160.3

8,731.5

11,910.2

13,516.2

Cambodia

5,210.9

6,046.2

6,865.6

6,788.8

8,095.8

9,840.3

13,520.8

14,205.0

Indonesia

124,001.8

142,490.1

198,055.2

160,972.9

212,969.7

281,579.1

286,066.8

274,518.7

Lao PDR

199.7

259.1

415.6

484.0

1,932.6

1,425.5

3,821.6

2,155.6

Malaysia

212,272.7

240,504.5

253,718.0

208,156.0

268,263.7

307,287.2

308,117.6

315,196.5

Myanmar
Philippines

2,305.9

3,881.7

4,833.9

4,928.7

6,065.2

7,717.4

10,977.9

13,576.5

80,773.3

85,072.4

84,272.6

66,469.1

81,832.9

88,076.0

92,623.3

96,322.7
576,593.2

Singapore

364,313.4

401,604.3

474,650.5

374,886.7

481,459.8

569,493.4

578,495.6

Thailand

198,204.3

235,650.0

283,158.9

227,016.7

298,430.1

347,453.5

377,766.4

374,578.7

Viet Nam

58,602.8

86,807.2

111,862.5

103,800.4

130,314.8

165,284.0

189,473.1

225,242.1

1,052,359.7

1,208,872.7

1,426,927.0

1,160,663.6

1,498,096.0

1,790,066.7

1,874,379.2 1,902,958.2

986,040.5

1,111,878.4

1,302,949.4

1,044,661.7

1,351,687.7

1,605,799.5

1,656,586.0

TOTAL
ASEAN6

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : ASEAN6 covers Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand

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MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.2.
Rate of Growth of ASEAN Total Trade, Intra-ASEAN and Extra-ASEAN Trade, 2007-2013
(in percent)

Country

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Average
Annual
Growth
2007-2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Total Trade
Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia

7.04

31.02

-24.83

14.54

34.76

13.72

-10.67

7.45

17.76

15.76

1.27

17.93

22.55

45.31

-1.82

16.12

Indonesia

16.50

41.17

-19.86

37.55

29.82

0.21

-3.29

12.50

Lao PDR

10.38

140.71

12.59

52.23

-12.27

55.69

-4.45

29.00

Malaysia

13.16

4.85

-17.29

29.73

14.31

2.01

2.43

6.17

Myanmar

54.92

19.41

-2.15

15.77

26.50

23.97

26.71

22.60

Philippines

6.85

-0.29

-20.63

30.75

1.91

5.04

1.47

2.65

Singapore

10.17

16.99

-21.64

28.52

16.98

1.67

-0.62

6.31

Thailand

18.03

20.10

-18.80

34.50

19.18

4.01

0.20

9.79

Viet Nam

42.33

28.53

-10.92

24.67

27.13

14.14

16.23

19.24

TOTAL

14.63

17.78

-18.99

30.73

18.88

3.68

1.42

8.65

ASEAN6

12.81

16.89

-19.90

31.42

18.18

2.23

-0.28

7.62

Intra-ASEAN Trade
Brunei Darussalam

21.25

15.28

-33.65

-7.15

28.42

14.70

34.37

7.91

Cambodia

25.10

24.47

9.84

13.67

25.97

71.21

-19.91

18.89

Indonesia

21.72

47.91

-23.17

53.67

23.46

-3.72

-1.04

13.99

Lao PDR

5.48

165.67

11.87

3.97

-1.79

-7.63

59.56

24.81

Malaysia

12.75

2.98

-15.29

32.20

13.65

6.96

2.78

7.18

Myanmar

45.62

15.30

-5.72

8.94

25.72

4.41

31.14

16.82

Philippines

13.56

2.35

-18.69

59.93

-14.92

4.57

-7.97

3.09

Singapore

10.02

13.98

-23.24

28.76

13.51

1.92

-1.41

5.07

Thailand

14.66

19.85

-14.59

46.18

28.68

-10.69

4.15

10.83

Viet Nam

24.15

27.27

-25.00

20.60

28.56

11.73

3.16

11.31

TOTAL

13.90

17.00

-19.99

35.83

17.09

0.61

1.08

8.10

ASEAN6

12.97

16.01

-20.13

37.59

16.40

-0.47

0.47

7.66

1.27

38.69

-21.26

21.94

36.40

13.48

-21.80

7.25

16.03

13.55

-1.12

19.25

21.55

37.40

5.06

15.40

Extra-ASEAN Trade
Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia

14.91

39.00

-18.72

32.30

32.22

1.59

-4.04

12.02

Lao PDR

29.79

60.39

16.44

299.31

-26.24

168.08

-43.59

40.48

Malaysia

13.30

5.49

-17.96

28.88

14.55

0.27

2.30

5.81

Myanmar

68.34

24.53

1.96

23.06

27.24

42.25

23.67

28.82

Philippines

5.32

-0.94

-21.13

23.11

7.63

5.16

3.99

2.55

Singapore

10.24

18.19

-21.02

28.43

18.28

1.58

-0.33

6.78

Thailand

18.89

20.16

-19.83

31.46

16.43

8.72

-0.84

9.52

Viet Nam

48.13

28.86

-7.21

25.54

26.83

14.63

18.88

21.21

TOTAL

14.87

18.04

-18.66

29.07

19.49

4.71

1.52

8.83

ASEAN6

12.76

17.18

-19.82

29.39

18.80

3.16

-0.53

7.61

Source : Computed from Table V.1.;


Note : ASEAN6 covers Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand

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Table V.3.
ASEAN Exports by Country, 2006-2013
(in US $ Million)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam

7,619.4

7,653.2

10,268.0

7,152.0

8,615.4

12,362.3

13,182.2

Cambodia

3,514.4

3,905.5

4,358.5

4,985.8

5,583.6

6,710.6

7,434.9

9,148.2

100,798.6

114,100.9

137,020.4

116,510.0

157,779.1

203,496.7

190,031.8

182,551.8

Indonesia

11,445.4

Lao PDR

402.7

381.9

827.7

1,237.2

2,432.8

1,746.5

2,655.2

2,592.8

Malaysia

157,226.9

176,205.6

194,495.9

156,890.9

198,800.8

228,086.0

227,537.8

228,331.3

Myanmar
Philippines

3,514.8

5,933.4

6,620.6

6,341.5

7,599.5

8,119.2

9,314.9

11,436.3

47,410.1

50,465.7

49,025.4

38,334.7

51,431.7

48,042.2

51,995.2

53,978.3

Singapore

271,807.2

299,297.3

338,190.9

269,832.0

351,867.1

409,449.2

408,393.6

410,249.7

Thailand

121,579.5

153,571.1

174,966.7

152,497.2

195,312.3

228,820.7

229,524.2

228,730.2

Viet Nam

37,033.7

48,288.9

61,777.8

56,691.0

72,191.9

95,365.6

114,510.7

132,664.1

TOTAL

750,907.1

859,803.6

977,551.9

810,472.2

1,051,614.1

1,242,199.0

1,254,580.7

1,271,128.1

ASEAN6

706,441.6

801,293.9

903,967.2

741,216.7

963,806.4

1,130,257.2

1,120,664.8

1,115,286.7

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : ASEAN6 covers Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand

Table V.4.
ASEAN Imports by Country, 2006-2013
(in US $ Million)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam

1,488.9

2,096.7

2,506.7

2,450.5

2,383.8

2,460.0

3,674.1

3,611.8

Cambodia

2,923.0

3,675.1

4,417.0

3,900.9

4,896.8

6,133.6

11,228.8

9,176.0

Indonesia

186,628.7

61,065.5

74,473.4

129,197.3

96,829.2

135,663.3

177,435.6

191,689.5

Lao PDR

587.5

711.1

1,803.2

1,725.0

2,076.4

2,209.4

3,503.5

3,292.0

Malaysia

128,316.1

146,910.3

144,298.8

123,330.5

164,733.5

187,473.1

196,392.6

205,897.4

Myanmar

2,115.5

2,789.1

3,794.9

3,849.9

4,198.7

6,805.9

9,188.4

12,009.1

Philippines

51,773.7

55,513.7

56,645.6

45,533.9

58,228.6

63,709.4

65,386.4

65,130.6

Singapore

238,709.5

263,153.9

319,795.0

245,784.3

310,791.1

365,718.0

379,723.3

373,015.8

Thailand

127,108.8

139,965.7

177,567.5

133,769.6

189,728.4

230,083.6

247,777.7

249,517.1

Viet Nam

40,236.8

61,693.6

79,579.2

69,230.9

84,801.2

104,216.5

113,282.5

132,109.9

TOTAL

654,325.3

750,982.7

919,605.2

726,404.6

957,501.8

1,146,245.0

1,221,846.8

1,240,388.4

ASEAN6

608,462.5

682,113.8

830,010.9

647,698.1

861,528.7

1,026,879.6

1,084,643.5

1,083,801.4

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : ASEAN6 covers Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand

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Table V.5.
Rate of Growth of ASEAN Exports by Country, 2007-2013
(in percent)

Country

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Average
Annual
Growth
2007-2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam

0.44

34.16

-30.35

20.46

43.49

6.63

-13.18

5.99

Cambodia

11.13

11.60

14.39

11.99

20.18

10.79

23.04

14.64

Indonesia

13.20

20.09

-14.97

35.42

28.98

-6.62

-3.94

8.85

Lao PDR

-5.16

116.75

49.47

96.64

-28.21

52.03

-2.35

30.48

Malaysia

12.07

10.38

-19.33

26.71

14.73

-0.24

0.35

5.47

Myanmar

68.81

11.58

-4.22

19.84

6.84

14.73

22.77

18.36

Philippines

6.45

-2.85

-21.81

34.17

-6.59

8.23

3.81

1.87

Singapore

10.11

12.99

-20.21

30.40

16.36

-0.26

0.45

6.06

Thailand

26.31

13.93

-12.84

28.08

17.16

0.31

-0.35

9.45

Viet Nam

30.39

27.93

-8.23

27.34

32.10

20.08

15.85

20.00

TOTAL

14.50

13.69

-17.09

29.75

18.12

1.00

1.32

7.81

ASEAN6

13.43

12.81

-18.00

30.03

17.27

-0.85

-0.48

6.74

Source : Computed from Table V.3;


Note : ASEAN6 covers Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand

Table V.6.
Rate of Growth of ASEAN Imports by Country, 2007-2013
(in percent)

Country

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Average
Annual
Growth
2007-2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam

40.82

19.56

-2.24

-2.72

3.20

49.35

-1.70

13.50

Cambodia

25.73

20.19

-11.69

25.53

25.26

83.07

-18.28

17.75

Indonesia

21.96

73.48

-25.05

40.11

30.79

8.03

-2.64

17.30

Lao PDR

21.04

153.57

-4.34

20.37

6.41

58.58

-6.04

27.91

Malaysia

14.49

-1.78

-14.53

33.57

13.80

4.76

4.84

6.99

Myanmar

31.84

36.06

1.45

9.06

62.09

35.01

30.70

28.15

Philippines

7.22

2.04

-19.62

27.88

9.41

2.63

-0.39

3.33

Singapore

10.24

21.52

-23.14

26.45

17.67

3.83

-1.77

6.58

Thailand

10.11

26.87

-24.67

41.83

21.27

7.69

0.70

10.11

Viet Nam

53.33

28.99

-13.00

22.49

22.90

8.70

16.62

18.51

TOTAL

14.77

22.45

-21.01

31.81

19.71

6.60

1.52

9.57

ASEAN6

12.10

21.68

-21.97

33.01

19.19

5.63

-0.08

8.60

Source : Computed from Table V.4;


Note : ASEAN6 covers Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand

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Table V.7.
Extra-ASEAN Exports by Country, 2006-2013
(in US $ Million)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam

5,732.0

5,503.7

7,787.6

5,964.9

7,553.9

10,641.2

11,445.1

Cambodia

3,279.1

3,654.1

4,047.9

4,341.2

4,881.0

5,876.8

6,444.5

8,801.1
7,847.3

Indonesia

82,315.5

91,808.8

109,849.6

91,886.1

124,431.6

161,397.8

148,200.7

141,921.0

Lao PDR

112.8

124.5

103.3

239.8

1,282.2

786.7

1,485.0

1,358.5

Malaysia

116,247.3

130,910.0

144,094.5

116,525.8

148,315.9

171,987.7

166,592.6

164,349.7

Myanmar

1,365.0

2,505.6

2,767.2

3,144.8

3,859.6

4,161.8

5,916.0

5,811.4

Philippines

39,217.9

42,433.8

41,943.7

32,496.2

39,874.1

39,406.9

42,190.9

45,363.4

Singapore

187,928.3

204,260.1

229,645.3

188,160.7

245,323.8

281,903.2

278,591.3

281,462.7

Thailand

94,635.3

120,676.9

135,479.6

120,006.6

150,977.8

156,594.1

172,794.6

169,409.7

Viet Nam

30,819.7

40,558.1

51,760.1

48,136.2

61,858.3

81,860.7

97,065.1

114,485.2

TOTAL

561,652.9

642,435.7

727,478.7

610,902.3

788,358.1

914,617.0

930,725.7

940,810.1

ASEAN6

526,076.3

595,593.3

668,800.3

555,040.3

716,477.0

821,931.0

819,815.2

811,307.7

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : ASEAN6 covers Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand

Table V.8.
Intra-ASEAN Exports by Country, 2006-2013
(in US $ Million)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia

1,887.3

2,149.5

2,480.4

1,187.1

1,061.5

1,721.1

1,737.1

2,644.3

235.4

251.4

310.6

644.6

702.5

833.7

990.5

1,300.9
40,630.8

18,483.1

22,292.1

27,170.8

24,623.9

33,347.5

42,098.9

41,831.1

Lao PDR

289.8

257.4

724.4

997.4

1,150.6

959.8

1,170.2

1,234.3

Malaysia

40,979.6

45,295.6

50,401.4

40,365.1

50,485.0

56,098.3

60,945.2

63,981.6

Myanmar

2,149.7

3,427.7

3,853.4

3,196.7

3,739.9

3,957.4

3,399.0

5,624.9

Philippines

8,192.2

8,031.9

7,081.7

5,838.4

11,557.6

8,635.3

9,804.4

8,614.9

Singapore

83,878.9

95,037.2

108,545.6

81,671.4

106,543.3

127,546.0

129,802.3

128,787.0

Thailand

26,944.2

32,894.2

39,487.0

32,490.6

44,334.5

72,226.6

56,729.6

59,320.5

Viet Nam

6,214.0

7,730.8

10,017.8

8,554.8

10,333.6

13,504.8

17,445.7

18,178.9

TOTAL

189,254.2

217,367.9

250,073.2

199,569.9

263,256.0

327,582.0

323,855.0

330,318.1

ASEAN6

180,365.3

205,700.6

235,167.0

186,176.4

247,329.4

308,326.2

300,849.6

303,979.0

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : ASEAN6 covers Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand

60

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Table V.9.
Extra-ASEAN Imports by Country, 2006-2013
(in US $ Million)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia

743.1

1,053.4

1,306.6

1,195.4

1,177.6

1,268.9

2,071.0

1,931.8

2,392.1

2,817.7

2,447.6

3,214.7

3,963.5

7,076.3

1,768.2
6,357.7

41,686.3

50,681.3

88,205.6

69,086.8

88,538.1

120,181.3

137,866.1

132,597.7

Lao PDR

86.8

134.6

312.4

244.2

650.4

638.8

2,336.6

797.1

Malaysia

96,025.4

109,594.4

109,623.5

91,630.2

119,947.8

135,299.5

141,525.0

150,846.8

Myanmar
Philippines

940.8

1,376.1

2,066.7

1,784.0

2,205.6

3,555.6

5,061.9

7,765.1

41,555.3

42,638.6

42,328.9

33,972.9

41,958.8

48,669.1

50,432.5

50,959.3

Singapore

176,385.1

197,344.2

245,005.2

186,726.0

236,136.0

287,590.2

299,904.3

295,130.5

Thailand

103,569.0

114,973.1

147,679.3

107,010.1

147,452.3

190,859.5

204,971.8

205,169.0

Viet Nam

27,783.1

46,249.1

60,102.4

55,664.2

68,456.5

83,423.3

92,408.0

110,756.9

TOTAL

490,706.8

566,437.0

699,448.3

549,761.4

709,737.9

875,449.7

943,653.6

962,148.2

ASEAN6

459,964.3

516,285.1

634,149.1

489,621.5

635,210.7

783,868.5

836,770.8

836,471.3

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : ASEAN6 covers Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand

Table V.10.
Intra-ASEAN Imports by Country, 2006-2013
(in US $ Million)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam

745.8

1,043.3

1,200.1

1,255.1

1,206.1

1,191.1

1,603.0

1,843.6

Cambodia

991.2

1,283.0

1,599.3

1,453.3

1,682.0

2,170.1

4,152.5

2,818.2
54,031.0

19,379.2

23,792.1

40,991.7

27,742.4

47,125.1

57,254.3

53,823.4

Lao PDR

Indonesia

500.7

576.5

1,490.9

1,480.8

1,425.9

1,570.5

1,167.0

2,495.0

Malaysia

32,290.7

37,315.9

34,675.3

31,700.2

44,785.7

52,173.6

54,867.5

55,050.6

Myanmar

1,174.7

1,413.1

1,728.2

2,065.9

1,993.2

3,250.3

4,126.5

4,244.0

10,218.3

12,875.1

14,316.7

11,561.1

16,269.8

15,040.3

14,953.9

14,171.4

Singapore

62,324.4

65,809.7

74,789.8

59,058.3

74,655.1

78,127.7

79,819.0

77,885.3

Thailand

23,539.8

24,992.5

29,888.2

26,759.5

42,276.2

39,224.2

42,805.9

44,348.1

Viet Nam

12,453.7

15,444.5

19,476.8

13,566.7

16,344.7

20,793.2

20,874.6

21,353.0

TOTAL

163,618.5

184,545.7

220,156.9

176,643.3

247,763.9

270,795.3

278,193.2

278,240.2

ASEAN6

148,498.2

165,828.7

195,861.8

158,076.6

226,318.0

243,011.1

247,872.8

247,330.0

Philippines

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : ASEAN6 covers Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand

61

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Graphic V.1.
Trend of ASEAN6 Total Exports and Imports, 1993-2013
1200000

Value (US $ million)

1000000

800000

600000

400000
ASEAN6 EXPORTS
ASEAN6 IMPORTS

200000

Year

Graphic V.2.
Trend of ASEAN6 Extra-ASEAN Exports and Imports and
Intra-ASEAN Exports and Imports, 1993-2013
900000
ASEAN6 EXTRA EXPORTS

800000

ASEAN6 INTRA EXPORTS


ASEAN6 EXTRA IMPORTS
ASEAN6 INTRA IMPORTS

Value (US $ million)

700000

600000

500000

400000

300000

200000

100000

Year

62

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Graphic V.3.
Trend of ASEAN6 Exports and Imports as a percentage of ASEAN6 GDP, 1993-2013
80

70

Percent (%)

60

50

40

30

ASEAN6 Exports as percentage of ASEAN6 GDP

20
ASEAN6 Imports as percentage of ASEAN6 GDP

10

Year

Graphic V.4.
Trend of ASEAN6 Extra-ASEAN Exports and Imports and
Intra-ASEAN Exports and Imports as a percentage of ASEAN6 GDP, 1993-2013
60

Percent (%)

50

40

ASEAN6 Extra Exports as percentage of ASEAN6 GDP

30

ASEAN6 Intra Exports as percentage of ASEAN6 GDP


ASEAN6 Extra Imports as percentage of ASEAN6 GDP
ASEAN6 Intra Imports as percentage of ASEAN6 GDP

20

10

Year

63

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Graphic V.5.
Trend of ASEAN6 Total Exports by Country, 1993-2013
450000
Brunei Darussalam

400000

Indonesia
Malaysia

350000

Philippines

Value (US $ millions)

Singapore

300000

Thailand

250000

200000

150000

100000

50000

Year

Graphic V.6.
Trend of ASEAN6 Total Imports by Country, 1993-2013
400000
Brunei Darussalam

350000

Indonesia
Malaysia
Philippines

300000

Singapore

Value (US $ millions)

Thailand

250000

200000

150000

100000

50000

Year

64

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Graphic V.7.
Trend of ASEAN6 Extra-ASEAN Exports by Country, 1993-2013
300000.0
Brunei Darussalam
Indonesia

250000.0

Malaysia
Philippines
Singapore

Value (US $ millions)

200000.0

Thailand

150000.0

100000.0

50000.0

0.0

Year

Graphic V.8.
Trend of ASEAN6 Extra-ASEAN Imports by Country, 1993-2013
350000
Brunei Darussalam
Indonesia

300000

Malaysia
Philippines
Singapore

Value (US $ millions)

250000

Thailand

200000

150000

100000

50000

Year

65

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Graphic V.9.
Trend of ASEAN6 Intra-ASEAN Exports by Country, 1993-2013
140,000
Brunei Darussalam
Indonesia

120,000

Malaysia
Philippines
Singapore

Value ( US $ million)

100,000

Thailand

80,000

60,000

40,000

20,000

Year

Graphic V.10.
Trend of ASEAN6 Intra-ASEAN Imports by Country, 1993-2013
90000
Brunei Darussalam

80000

Indonesia
Malaysia
Philippines

70000

Singapore

Value (US $ millions)

Thailand

60000

50000

40000

30000

20000

10000

Year

66

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Graphic V.11.
Shares of ASEAN6 Extra and Intra-ASEAN Exports, 1993-2013
100%

90%

80%

Share

70%

60%

50%

40%
ASEAN6 INTRA EXPORTS

30%

ASEAN6 EXTRA EXPORTS

20%

10%

0%

Year

Graphic V.12.
Shares of ASEAN6 Extra and Intra-ASEAN Imports, 1993-2013
100%

90%

80%

Share

70%

60%

50%

40%
ASEAN6 INTRA IMPORTS

30%

ASEAN6 EXTRA IMPORTS

20%

10%

0%

Year

67

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Graphic V.13.
Shares of ASEAN6 Extra and Intra-ASEAN Exports by Country, 1993-2013
100%

90%

80%

Share

70%

60%

50%
Intra Exports
40%
Extra Exports
30%

20%

10%

0%
Brunei
Darussalam

Indonesia

Malaysia

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Country

Graphic V.14.
Shares of ASEAN6 Extra and Intra-ASEAN Imports by Country, 1993-2013
100%

90%

80%

Share

70%

60%

50%
Intra Imports
40%
Extra Imports
30%

20%

10%

0%
Brunei
Darussalam

Indonesia

Malaysia

Philippines

Country

68

Singapore

Thailand

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.11.
ASEAN Trade Balance by Country, 2006-2013
(in US $ Million)
Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia

6,130.4

5,556.6

7,761.2

4,701.4

6,231.6

9,902.3

9,508.1

7,833.6

591.4

230.4

-58.5

1,084.9

686.8

577.0

-3,793.8

-27.8

39,733.2

39,627.5

7,823.1

19,680.8

22,115.8

26,061.2

-1,657.6

-4,076.9

Lao PDR

-184.9

-329.3

-975.5

-487.8

356.4

-462.9

-848.3

-699.2

Malaysia

28,910.8

29,295.3

50,197.1

33,560.4

34,067.4

40,612.9

31,145.2

22,433.9

1,399.3

3,144.2

2,825.7

2,491.6

3,400.8

1,313.4

126.6

-572.8

Philippines

Myanmar

-4,363.6

-5,048.0

-7,620.2

-7,199.3

-6,796.9

-15,667.2

-13,391.2

-11,152.4

Singapore

33,097.7

36,143.4

18,395.9

24,047.7

41,075.9

43,731.2

28,670.3

37,233.9

Thailand

-5,529.3

13,605.4

-2,600.9

18,727.6

5,583.9

-1,262.9

-18,253.5

-20,786.9

Viet Nam

-3,203.2

-13,404.6

-17,801.3

-12,539.8

-12,609.3

-8,851.0

1,228.2

554.2

TOTAL

96,581.8

108,820.9

57,946.7

84,067.5

94,112.3

95,954.0

32,733.9

30,739.7

ASEAN6

97,979.1

119,180.1

73,956.4

93,518.7

102,277.7

103,377.5

36,021.3

31,485.3

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : ASEAN6 covers Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand

Table V.12.
ASEAN Trade by Trading Partner, 2006-2013
(in US $ Million)
Trading Partner

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

602,048.2

608,558.3

ASEAN
Trading Partner

401,913.6

470,230.1

1,052,359.7 1,208,872.7

352,872.7

1,426,927.0

376,213.2

511,019.9

598,377.3

1,160,663.6 1,498,096.0 1,790,066.7

1,874,379.2 1,902,958.2

Australia

36,417.3

41,973.5

52,614.1

43,847.7

55,389.4

59,685.5

69,499.1

68,057.5

Canada

6,888.4

9,496.5

10,728.6

9,019.9

9,864.5

10,774.4

12,335.4

13,466.3

China

140,049.4

171,089.0

196,863.3

178,223.1

231,855.6

280,149.8

319,484.8

350,508.4

EU-28

160,977.5

187,307.5

207,803.9

171,431.1

208,588.2

234,621.3

242,598.9

246,228.3

Hong Kong

51,598.8

68,234.9

64,221.1

67,960.2

98,501.0

96,433.9

94,742.4

95,220.7

India

28,718.0

37,243.4

48,840.6

39,075.3

55,383.6

68,191.2

71,815.8

67,861.9

Japan

161,801.8

173,056.0

214,392.5

160,917.8

206,533.8

273,867.2

262,883.7

240,767.1

New Zealand

4,548.9

5,797.0

7,841.1

5,381.4

7,330.7

8,243.9

9,224.8

9,785.4

Pakistan

3,283.2

4,124.1

4,933.7

4,300.9

6,253.7

6,763.2

6,305.6

6,138.5

55,949.6

61,208.8

78,294.8

74,771.3

98,560.5

124,402.9

131,030.1

134,962.6

4,426.1

5,401.5

9,745.1

6,769.0

9,055.9

13,927.5

18,158.2

19,949.6

Republic of Korea
Russia
USA

161,274.3

178,188.7

185,295.1

148,780.1

186,542.7

198,767.4

200,027.2

206,855.4

Rest of the World

236,426.3

265,751.8

345,353.0

250,185.9

324,236.4

414,238.6

436,273.2

443,156.6

1,405,232.5

1,610,786.3

2,009,115.9 2,388,444.0

2,476,427.4

2,511,516.5

Total

1,897,157.1 1,536,876.8

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014

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Table V.13.
Rate of Growth of ASEAN Trade by Trading Partner, 2007-2013
(in percent)

Trading Partner

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Average
Annual
Growth
2007-2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

ASEAN

13.90

17.00

-19.99

35.83

17.09

0.61

1.08

8.10

Trading Partner

14.87

18.04

-18.66

29.07

19.49

4.71

1.52

8.83

Australia

15.26

25.35

-16.66

26.32

7.76

16.44

-2.07

9.34

Canada

37.86

12.97

-15.93

9.36

9.22

14.49

9.17

10.05

China

22.16

15.06

-9.47

30.09

20.83

14.04

9.71

14.00

EU-28

16.36

10.94

-17.50

21.67

12.48

3.40

1.50

6.26

Hong Kong

32.24

-5.88

5.82

44.94

-2.10

-1.75

0.50

9.15

India

29.69

31.14

-19.99

41.74

23.13

5.32

-5.51

13.07

6.96

23.89

-24.94

28.35

32.60

-4.01

-8.41

5.84

New Zealand

27.44

35.26

-31.37

36.22

12.46

11.90

6.08

11.56

Pakistan

25.61

19.63

-12.83

45.41

8.15

-6.77

-2.65

9.35

9.40

27.91

-4.50

31.82

26.22

5.33

3.00

13.40

Russia

22.04

80.42

-30.54

33.79

53.80

30.38

9.87

24.00

USA

10.49

3.99

-19.71

25.38

6.55

0.63

3.41

3.62

Rest of the World

12.40

29.95

-27.56

29.60

27.76

5.32

1.58

9.39

14.63

17.78

-18.99

30.73

18.88

3.68

1.42

8.65

Japan

Republic of Korea

Total

Source : Computed from Table V.12

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Table V.14.
ASEAN Exports and Imports by Trading Partner, 2006-2013
(in US $ Million)
Trading Partner

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

EXPORT
ASEAN

189,254.2

217,367.9

250,073.2

199,569.9

263,256.0

327,582.0

323,855.0

330,318.1

Trading Partner

561,652.9

642,435.7

727,478.7

610,902.3

788,358.1

914,617.0

930,725.7

940,810.1

Australia

23,149.9

27,444.2

34,442.7

29,041.1

35,220.6

37,463.0

45,724.3

45,526.1

Canada

3,918.0

5,270.5

5,534.5

5,481.1

5,200.2

5,295.8

6,576.9

7,247.4

China

65,045.2

77,934.3

87,620.2

81,601.1

112,917.1

127,598.3

141,892.0

152,545.5

EU-28

94,673.7

108,180.3

115,681.2

92,714.2

115,080.3

126,734.5

124,891.7

124,434.1

Hong Kong

41,088.7

56,734.4

51,869.7

56,714.5

74,271.9

81,024.2

80,507.1

82,084.8

India

18,940.7

24,837.4

30,909.2

26,500.1

35,990.9

42,511.3

44,055.4

41,935.2

Japan

81,291.5

85,137.6

105,880.0

78,085.7

102,851.4

145,691.5

126,507.0

122,863.2

New Zealand

3,017.7

3,552.3

4,528.8

3,139.2

4,243.3

4,576.2

5,561.7

5,684.1

Pakistan

2,987.0

3,782.0

4,473.8

3,831.3

5,111.6

5,997.4

5,255.6

5,274.3

Republic of Korea

27,177.4

29,492.8

36,554.9

34,292.3

44,947.1

54,348.4

55,030.3

52,823.0

Russia

1,583.7

2,075.4

2,735.7

1,656.4

2,588.6

2,658.9

4,875.6

5,243.5

96,950.9

105,896.4

102,682.9

82,078.0

100,401.6

106,281.4

108,035.7

114,509.7

101,828.6

112,098.1

144,565.1

115,767.2

149,533.5

174,436.1

181,812.5

180,639.0

750,907.1

859,803.6

977,551.9

810,472.2

1,051,614.1

1,242,199.0 1,254,580.7

1,271,128.1

ASEAN

163,618.5

184,545.7

220,156.9

176,643.3

247,763.9

270,795.3

278,193.2

278,240.2

Trading Partner

USA
Rest of the World
Total
IMPORT

490,706.8

566,437.0

699,448.3

549,761.4

709,737.9

875,449.7

943,653.6

962,148.2

Australia

13,267.4

14,529.4

18,171.3

14,806.6

20,168.8

22,222.5

23,774.8

22,531.4

Canada

2,970.5

4,226.0

5,194.1

3,538.8

4,664.3

5,478.5

5,758.5

6,219.0

China

75,004.2

93,154.6

109,243.2

96,622.0

118,938.6

152,551.5

177,592.8

197,962.8

EU-28

66,303.8

79,127.2

92,122.7

78,716.9

93,507.9

107,886.8

117,707.2

121,794.1

Hong Kong

10,510.1

11,500.6

12,351.4

11,245.7

24,229.1

15,409.7

14,235.3

13,135.9

India
Japan
New Zealand
Pakistan
Republic of Korea
Russia
USA
Rest of the World
Total

9,777.3

12,406.0

17,931.4

12,575.2

19,392.7

25,679.9

27,760.3

25,926.7

80,510.3

87,918.4

108,512.5

82,832.1

103,682.4

128,175.6

136,376.8

117,903.9

1,531.3

2,244.7

3,312.3

2,242.1

3,087.3

3,667.7

3,663.1

4,101.3

296.2

342.1

459.9

469.6

1,142.1

765.7

1,050.0

864.2

28,772.2

31,716.0

41,739.9

40,479.1

53,613.4

70,054.5

75,999.8

82,139.6

2,842.4

3,326.1

7,009.4

5,112.5

6,467.2

11,268.6

13,282.6

14,706.0

64,323.5

72,292.4

82,612.2

66,702.0

86,141.2

92,486.0

91,991.5

92,345.7

134,597.8

153,653.7

200,787.9

134,418.6

174,702.9

239,802.5

254,460.7

262,517.6

654,325.3

750,982.7

919,605.2

726,404.6

957,501.8

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014

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1,146,245.0 1,221,846.8 1,240,388.4

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.15.
Rate of Growth of ASEAN Exports and Imports by Trading Partner, 2007-2013
(in percent)

Trading Partner

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Average
Annual
Growth
2007-2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

EXPORT
ASEAN

14.85

15.05

-20.20

31.91

24.43

-1.14

2.00

Trading Partner

14.38

13.24

-16.02

29.05

16.02

1.76

1.08

8.28
7.65

Australia

18.55

25.50

-15.68

21.28

6.37

22.05

-0.43

10.14

Canada

34.52

5.01

-0.97

-5.13

1.84

24.19

10.20

9.18

China

19.82

12.43

-6.87

38.38

13.00

11.20

7.51

12.95

EU-28

14.27

6.93

-19.85

24.12

10.13

-1.45

-0.37

3.98

Hong Kong

38.08

-8.57

9.34

30.96

9.09

-0.64

1.96

10.39

India

31.13

24.45

-14.26

35.81

18.12

3.63

-4.81

12.02
6.08

4.73

24.36

-26.25

31.72

41.65

-13.17

-2.88

New Zealand

Japan

17.72

27.49

-30.68

35.17

7.85

21.53

2.20

9.47

Pakistan

26.61

18.29

-14.36

33.42

17.33

-12.37

0.36

8.46

Republic of Korea
Russia
USA
Rest of the World

8.52

23.94

-6.19

31.07

20.92

1.25

-4.01

9.96

31.04

31.82

-39.45

56.28

2.71

83.37

7.55

18.65

9.23

-3.03

-20.07

22.32

5.86

1.65

5.99

2.41

10.09

28.96

-19.92

29.17

16.65

4.23

-0.65

8.53

14.50

13.69

-17.09

29.75

18.12

1.00

1.32

7.81

ASEAN

12.79

19.30

-19.76

40.26

9.30

2.73

0.02

7.88

Trading Partner

10.10

Total
IMPORT

15.43

23.48

-21.40

29.10

23.35

7.79

1.96

Australia

9.51

25.07

-18.52

36.21

10.18

6.99

-5.23

7.86

Canada

42.27

22.91

-31.87

31.81

17.46

5.11

8.00

11.13

China

24.20

17.27

-11.55

23.10

28.26

16.41

11.47

14.87

EU-28

19.34

16.42

-14.55

18.79

15.38

9.10

3.47

9.08

9.42

7.40

-8.95

115.45

-36.40

-7.62

-7.72

3.24

26.89

44.54

-29.87

54.21

32.42

8.10

-6.61

14.95

9.20

23.42

-23.67

25.17

23.62

6.40

-13.55

5.60

46.59

47.56

-32.31

37.70

18.80

-0.13

11.96

15.11

Pakistan

15.50

34.44

2.11

143.20

-32.95

37.12

-17.70

16.53

Republic of Korea

10.23

31.61

-3.02

32.45

30.67

8.49

8.08

16.17

Russia

17.02

110.74

-27.06

26.50

74.24

17.87

10.72

26.47

USA

12.39

14.28

-19.26

29.14

7.37

-0.53

0.39

5.30

Rest of the World

14.16

30.68

-33.05

29.97

37.26

6.11

3.17

10.01

14.77

22.45

-21.01

31.81

19.71

6.60

1.52

9.57

Hong Kong
India
Japan
New Zealand

Total

Source : Computed from Table V.14

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Table V.16.
ASEAN Balance of Trade by Trading Partner, 2006-2013
(in US $ Million)
Trading Partner

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Trade Balance (X-M)

ASEAN

25,635.7

32,822.2

29,916.3

22,926.7

15,492.1

Trading Partner

70,946.1

75,998.7

9,882.5

12,914.8

28,030.4

61,140.9

16,271.4

14,234.5

947.5

1,044.5

340.4

China

-9,959.0

-15,220.3

-21,623.0

EU-28
Hong Kong

28,369.8

29,053.2

23,558.4

13,997.3

21,572.5

18,847.7

7,184.5

2,640.0

30,578.7

45,233.8

39,518.3

45,468.8

50,042.9

65,614.5

66,271.8

68,948.9

9,163.4

12,431.3

12,977.9

13,924.9

16,598.2

16,831.4

16,295.1

16,008.6

781.2

-2,780.8

-2,632.5

-4,746.5

-831.0

17,515.9

-9,869.8

4,959.4

New Zealand

1,486.4

1,307.6

1,216.5

897.1

1,156.0

908.5

1,898.6

1,582.9

Pakistan

2,690.9

3,439.9

4,013.9

3,361.6

3,969.5

5,231.7

4,205.6

4,410.1

Republic of Korea

-1,594.7

-2,223.1

-5,185.1

-6,186.8

-8,666.4

-15,706.2

-20,969.5

-29,316.6
-9,462.5

Australia
Canada

India
Japan

56,786.7

45,661.8

52,077.8

78,620.2

39,167.3

-12,927.9

-21,338.1

15,051.8

15,240.5

21,949.5

22,994.7

1,942.3

535.8

-182.7

818.4

1,028.4

-15,020.9

-6,021.5

-24,953.2

-35,700.8

-45,417.3

Russia

-1,258.7

-1,250.7

-4,273.7

-3,456.1

-3,878.6

-8,609.8

-8,407.1

USA

32,627.4

33,604.0

20,070.7

15,376.0

14,260.4

13,795.4

16,044.2

22,164.1

-32,769.2

-41,555.6

-56,222.8

-18,651.4

-25,169.3

-65,366.5

-72,648.2

-81,878.6

96,581.8

108,820.9

57,946.7

84,067.5

94,112.3

95,954.0

32,733.9

30,739.7

Rest of the World

Total

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014

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Table V.17.
ASEAN6 Trade by Trading Partner, 2006-2013
(in US $ Million)
Trading Partner

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

ASEAN

328,863.6

Trading Partner

986,040.5

Australia

371,529.2

431,028.7

344,253.0

1,111,878.4 1,302,949.4 1,044,661.7

548,722.4

551,309.1

1,351,687.7 1,605,799.5 1,656,586.0

473,647.4

551,337.3

1,647,779.0

36,235.9

41,845.2

52,494.1

43,630.1

54,921.0

59,110.8

64,108.3

6,770.7

9,329.8

10,432.3

8,818.1

9,576.8

10,370.7

10,293.2

11,020.8

China

128,646.3

153,823.1

174,562.8

154,584.5

201,192.6

239,096.3

270,404.7

289,581.4

EU-28

Canada

62,229.4

149,788.7

172,132.3

190,369.4

155,319.3

189,624.0

208,220.1

210,994.1

209,124.8

Hong Kong

50,461.1

66,440.0

62,005.4

64,984.1

95,008.7

94,186.2

87,473.8

87,430.7

India

27,890.3

36,288.9

47,859.3

37,864.8

54,190.1

66,979.2

64,539.5

61,326.1

151,431.6

160,269.7

197,103.8

146,482.3

189,081.6

251,674.1

236,258.6

212,506.2

New Zealand

4,530.9

5,784.0

7,824.4

5,374.5

7,313.5

8,227.0

8,641.1

9,048.7

Pakistan

3,262.5

4,057.8

4,879.2

4,257.5

6,207.7

6,718.0

5,833.1

5,736.7

55,653.6

60,807.3

77,982.5

65,298.2

85,181.7

105,663.1

108,578.5

105,324.4

4,416.6

5,387.5

9,715.9

6,726.0

9,021.2

13,829.2

15,621.6

17,054.7

USA

150,431.7

164,246.6

168,511.4

132,755.1

166,190.9

175,408.5

173,664.3

174,430.3

Rest of the World

216,520.5

231,466.3

299,209.1

218,567.5

284,177.8

366,316.3

400,175.2

402,964.9

1,314,904.1

1,483,407.7

2,157,136.8 2,205,308.4

2,199,088.1

Japan

Republic of Korea
Russia

Total

1,733,978.1 1,388,914.8 1,825,335.1

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : ASEAN6 covers Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand

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Table V.18.
Rate of Growth of ASEAN6 Trade by Trading Partner, 2007-2013
(in percent)

Trading Partner

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Average
Annual
Growth
2007-2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

ASEAN

12.97

16.01

-20.13

37.59

16.40

-0.47

0.47

Trading Partner

12.76

17.18

-19.82

29.39

18.80

3.16

-0.53

7.61

15.48

25.45

-16.89

25.88

7.63

8.45

-2.93

8.03

Australia

7.66

Canada

37.80

11.82

-15.47

8.60

8.29

-0.75

7.07

7.21

China

19.57

13.48

-11.44

30.15

18.84

13.09

7.09

12.29
4.88

EU-28

14.92

10.59

-18.41

22.09

9.81

1.33

-0.89

Hong Kong

31.67

-6.67

4.80

46.20

-0.87

-7.13

-0.05

8.17

India

30.11

31.88

-20.88

43.11

23.60

-3.64

-4.98

11.91

5.84

22.98

-25.68

29.08

33.10

-6.13

-10.05

4.96

New Zealand

27.66

35.28

-31.31

36.08

12.49

5.03

4.72

10.39

Pakistan

24.38

20.24

-12.74

45.81

8.22

-13.17

-1.65

8.40

9.26

28.25

-16.27

30.45

24.04

2.76

-3.00

9.54

Japan

Republic of Korea

21.98

80.34

-30.77

34.12

53.30

12.96

9.17

21.29

USA

Russia

9.18

2.60

-21.22

25.19

5.55

-0.99

0.44

2.14

Rest of the World

6.90

29.27

-26.95

30.02

28.90

9.24

0.70

9.28

12.81

16.89

-19.90

31.42

18.18

2.23

-0.28

7.62

Total

Source : Computed from Table V.17

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Table V.19.
ASEAN6 Exports and Imports by Trading Partner, 2006-2013
(in US $ Million)
Trading Partner

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

EXPORT
ASEAN

180,365.3

205,700.6

235,167.0

186,176.4

247,329.4

308,326.2

300,849.6

303,979.0

Trading Partner

526,076.3

595,593.3

668,800.3

555,040.3

716,477.0

821,931.0

819,815.2

811,307.7

Australia

23,017.3

27,365.8

34,367.9

28,902.0

34,912.7

36,961.9

42,237.0

41,377.6

Canada

3,802.9

5,108.4

5,242.6

5,283.6

4,921.8

4,904.5

5,022.6

5,220.7

61,883.1

74,077.1

82,601.4

76,221.9

104,847.8

114,922.6

127,710.4

135,648.9

China
EU-28

86,790.6

98,189.7

103,889.1

82,481.5

102,531.6

108,361.1

102,614.1

97,287.3

Hong Kong

40,490.7

55,672.4

50,303.7

54,240.8

71,339.6

79,266.9

74,993.9

76,026.8

India

18,271.6

24,093.9

30,167.1

25,533.5

35,024.0

41,569.8

39,494.2

38,760.9

Japan

75,903.3

78,842.8

97,160.9

71,539.4

94,791.8

134,428.4

112,899.1

108,073.2

New Zealand

3,009.6

3,545.6

4,518.3

3,137.1

4,240.8

4,572.6

5,375.3

5,404.9

Pakistan

2,979.6

3,736.8

4,439.9

3,813.5

5,092.0

5,975.7

5,052.3

5,067.9

Republic of Korea

27,115.9

29,413.5

36,461.4

32,171.1

41,709.2

49,394.1

49,119.2

45,756.0

Russia

1,578.2

2,066.3

2,722.4

1,644.9

2,566.9

2,612.6

3,203.7

3,275.3

USA

87,220.8

93,673.9

88,830.9

69,131.3

83,704.5

87,682.8

86,803.6

88,533.8

Rest of the World

94,012.6

99,807.0

128,094.7

100,939.9

130,794.2

151,277.9

165,289.8

160,874.4

706,441.6

801,293.9

903,967.2

741,216.7

963,806.4

1,130,257.2

1,120,664.8

1,115,286.7

ASEAN

148,498.2

165,828.7

195,861.8

158,076.6

226,318.0

243,011.1

247,872.8

247,330.0

Trading Partner

459,964.3

516,285.1

634,149.1

489,621.5

635,210.7

783,868.5

836,770.8

836,471.3

Australia

13,218.6

14,479.4

18,126.2

14,728.0

20,008.3

22,148.9

21,871.3

20,851.8

Canada

2,967.8

4,221.3

5,189.7

3,534.5

4,655.0

5,466.2

5,270.5

5,800.1

China

66,763.2

79,746.0

91,961.4

78,362.6

96,344.7

124,173.7

142,694.4

153,932.5

EU-28

111,837.6

Total
IMPORT

62,998.1

73,942.6

86,480.3

72,837.8

87,092.4

99,859.0

108,380.0

Hong Kong

9,970.5

10,767.5

11,701.6

10,743.4

23,669.1

14,919.3

12,479.9

11,403.9

India

9,618.7

12,195.0

17,692.1

12,331.3

19,166.1

25,409.4

25,045.3

22,565.1

75,528.3

81,426.8

99,942.9

74,942.9

94,289.8

117,245.6

123,359.5

104,433.0

1,521.3

2,238.4

3,306.1

2,237.4

3,072.7

3,654.4

3,265.8

3,643.9

282.9

321.0

439.3

444.0

1,115.7

742.3

780.8

668.7

28,537.7

31,393.8

41,521.1

33,127.1

43,472.5

56,268.9

59,459.3

59,568.4

2,838.4

3,321.2

6,993.5

5,081.1

6,454.2

11,216.7

12,417.9

13,779.4

Japan
New Zealand
Pakistan
Republic of Korea
Russia
USA
Rest of the World
Total

63,210.9

70,572.7

79,680.5

63,623.8

82,486.4

87,725.7

86,860.6

85,896.5

122,508.0

131,659.3

171,114.4

117,627.6

153,383.6

215,038.4

234,885.5

242,090.5

608,462.5

682,113.8

830,010.9

647,698.1

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014

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861,528.7 1,026,879.6 1,084,643.5 1,083,801.4

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.20.
Rate of Growth of ASEAN6 Exports and Imports by Trading Partner, 2007-2013
(in percent)

Trading Partner

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Average
Annual
Growth
2007-2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

EXPORT
ASEAN

14.05

14.32

-20.83

32.85

24.66

-2.42

1.04

7.74

Trading Partner

13.21

12.29

-17.01

29.09

14.72

-0.26

-1.04

6.38

Australia

18.89

25.59

-15.90

20.80

5.87

14.27

-2.03

8.74

Canada

34.33

2.63

0.78

-6.85

-0.35

2.41

3.94

4.63

China

19.70

11.51

-7.72

37.56

9.61

11.13

6.22

11.86

EU-28

13.13

5.80

-20.61

24.31

5.69

-5.30

-5.19

1.64

Hong Kong

37.49

-9.64

7.83

31.52

11.11

-5.39

1.38

9.42

India

31.87

25.21

-15.36

37.17

18.69

-4.99

-1.86

11.34

3.87

23.23

-26.37

32.50

41.81

-16.02

-4.27

5.18

New Zealand

17.81

27.43

-30.57

35.18

7.82

17.55

0.55

8.72

Pakistan

25.41

18.82

-14.11

33.53

17.35

-15.45

0.31

7.88

8.47

23.96

-11.77

29.65

18.42

-0.56

-6.85

7.76

30.92

31.76

-39.58

56.06

1.78

22.63

2.23

10.99

Japan

Republic of Korea
Russia
USA

7.40

-5.17

-22.18

21.08

4.75

-1.00

1.99

0.21

Rest of the World

6.16

28.34

-21.20

29.58

15.66

9.26

-2.67

7.98

13.43

12.81

-18.00

30.03

17.27

-0.85

-0.48

6.74

Total
IMPORT
ASEAN

11.67

18.11

-19.29

43.17

7.38

2.00

-0.22

7.56

Trading Partner

12.24

22.83

-22.79

29.74

23.40

6.75

-0.04

8.92

Australia

9.54

25.19

-18.75

35.85

10.70

-1.25

-4.66

6.73

Canada

42.24

22.94

-31.89

31.70

17.43

-3.58

10.05

10.05

China

19.45

15.32

-14.79

22.95

28.88

14.92

7.88

12.68

EU-28

17.37

16.96

-15.78

19.57

14.66

8.53

3.19

8.54

7.99

8.67

-8.19

120.31

-36.97

-16.35

-8.62

1.94

26.78

45.08

-30.30

55.43

32.57

-1.43

-9.90

12.95

Hong Kong
India
Japan

7.81

22.74

-25.01

25.82

24.35

5.21

-15.34

4.74

47.14

47.70

-32.32

37.33

18.93

-10.63

11.58

13.29

Pakistan

13.47

36.88

1.07

151.28

-33.47

5.19

-14.35

13.08

Republic of Korea

10.01

32.26

-20.22

31.23

29.44

5.67

0.18

11.09

Russia

17.01

110.57

-27.34

27.02

73.79

10.71

10.96

25.32

USA

11.65

12.91

-20.15

29.65

6.35

-0.99

-1.11

4.48

7.47

29.97

-31.26

30.40

40.20

9.23

3.07

10.22

12.10

21.68

-21.97

33.01

19.19

5.63

-0.08

8.60

New Zealand

Rest of the World


Total

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014

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Table V.21.
ASEAN Ten Major Exports Markets in 2012-2013
2012

2013

Country

Value

Share

Country

Value

Share

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

ASEAN

323,855.0

25.8

ASEAN

330,318.1

26.0

China

141,892.0

11.3

China

152,545.5

12.0

Japan

126,507.0

10.1

EU-28

124,434.1

9.8

EU-28

124,891.7

10.0

Japan

122,863.2

9.7

USA

108,035.7

8.6

USA

114,509.7

9.0

Hong Kong

80,507.1

6.4

Hong Kong

82,084.8

6.5

Republic of Korea

55,030.3

4.4

Republic of Korea

52,823.0

4.2

Australia

45,724.3

3.6

Australia

45,526.1

3.6

India

44,055.4

3.5

India

41,935.2

3.3

Taiwan

35,219.2

2.8

Taiwan

35,469.4

2.8

1,102,509.2

86.7

Top-Ten Countries

1,085,717.7

86.5

Top-Ten Countries

Others

168,863.0

13.5

Others

168,618.9

13.3

TOTAL

1,254,580.7

100.0

TOTAL

1,271,128.1

100.0

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %.

Table V.22.
ASEAN Ten Major Import Origins in 2012-2013
2012

2013

Country

Value

Share

Country

Value

Share

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

ASEAN

278,193.2

22.8

ASEAN

278,240.2

22.4

China

177,592.8

14.5

China

197,962.8

16.0

Japan

136,376.8

11.2

EU-28

121,794.1

9.8

117,903.9

9.5

EU-28

117,707.2

9.6

Japan

USA

91,991.5

7.5

USA

92,345.7

7.4

Republic of Korea

75,999.8

6.2

Republic of Korea

82,139.6

6.6

Taiwan

61,032.7

5.0

Taiwan

66,220.0

5.3

United Arab Emirates

39,411.3

3.2

United Arab Emirates

41,678.4

3.4

Saudi Arabia

37,507.0

3.1

Saudi Arabia

33,258.6

2.7

India

27,760.3

2.3

India

25,926.7

2.1

1,057,469.9

85.3

1,043,572.6

85.4

Top-Ten Countries

Others

Top-Ten Countries

178,274.1

14.6

Others

182,918.5

14.7

TOTAL

1,221,846.8

100.0

TOTAL

1,240,388.4

100.0

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

78

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Graphic V.15.
ASEAN Export Market, 2012

Others
13.5%

Taiwan
2.8%

ASEAN
25.8%

India
3.5%

Australia
3.6%

Republic of Korea
4.4%

Hong Kong
6.4%

China
11.3%

USA
8.6%
Japan
10.1%
EU-28
10.0%

Graphic V.16.
ASEAN Export Market, 2013

Others
13.3%

Taiwan
2.8%
India
3.3%

ASEAN
26.0%

Australia
3.6%

Republic of Korea
4.2%

China
12.0%

Hong Kong
6.5%

USA
9.0%
EU-28
9.8%

Japan
9.7%

79

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Graphic V.17.
ASEAN Import Origin, 2012

Others
14.6%
ASEAN
22.8%

India
2.3%

Saudi Arabia
3.1%

United Arab Emirates


3.2%

Taiwan
5.0%
China
14.5%
Republic of Korea
6.2%
USA
7.5%

Japan
11.2%
EU-28
9.6%

Graphic V.18.
ASEAN Import Origin, 2013

Others
14.7%
ASEAN
22.4%

India
2.1%

Saudi Arabia
2.7%

United Arab Emirates


3.4%

Taiwan
5.3%
China
16.0%
Republic of Korea
6.6%
USA
7.4%

Japan
9.5%

EU-28
9.8%

80

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.23.
ASEAN Top-Ten Export Commodities by 2-digit HS Code in 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Share
(8)

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

260,041.3

20.7

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

277,373.3

21.8

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

227,197.5

18.1

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

220,166.4

17.3

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

138,464.8

11.0

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

138,437.3

10.9

15

Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their


cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal
or vegetable waxes

43,350.8

3.5

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

40,412.4

3.2

40

Rubber and articles thereof

43,029.9

3.4

40

Rubber and articles thereof

39,945.5

3.1

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

39,964.3

3.2

39

Plastics and articles thereof

39,606.0

3.1

39

Plastics and articles thereof

38,169.4

3.0

15

Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their


cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal
or vegetable waxes

37,696.4

3.0

29

Organic chemicals

36,545.1

2.9

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

32,775.3

2.6

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

31,579.8

2.5

29

Organic chemicals

32,701.7

2.6

71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semiprecious stones, precious metals, metals


clad with precious metal, and articles thereof;
imitation jewellery; coin

28,611.6

2.3

71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semiprecious stones, precious metals, metals


clad with precious metal, and articles thereof;
imitation jewellery; coin

26,338.7

2.1

Ten Major Commodities

886,954.6

70.7

Ten Major Commodities

885,452.9

69.7

Others

367,626.1

29.3

Others

385,675.2

30.3

1,254,580.7

100.0

1,271,128.1

100.0

Total

Total

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

Table V.24.
ASEAN Top-Ten Import Commodities by 2-digit HS Code in 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

272,878.6

22.3

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

273,821.9

22.1

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

236,804.6

19.4

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

249,318.0

20.1

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

161,335.6

13.2

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

155,769.4

12.6

72

Iron and steel

43,767.0

3.6

72

Iron and steel

43,510.9

3.5

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

43,399.0

3.6

39

Plastics and articles thereof

40,646.0

3.3

39

Plastics and articles thereof

39,259.3

3.2

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

40,453.7

3.3

71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semiprecious stones, precious metals, metals


clad with precious metal, and articles thereof;
imitation jewellery; coin

28,857.2

2.4

71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semiprecious stones, precious metals, metals


clad with precious metal, and articles thereof;
imitation jewellery; coin

33,504.0

2.7

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

27,373.7

2.2

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

27,710.4

2.2

29

Organic chemicals

25,875.2

2.1

29

Organic chemicals

26,458.2

2.1

73

Articles of iron or steel

24,654.3

2.0

73

Articles of iron or steel

25,397.7

2.0
73.9

Ten Major Commodities

904,204.6

74.0

Ten Major Commodities

916,590.2

Others

317,642.2

26.0

Others

323,798.2

26.1

1,221,846.8

100.0

1,240,388.4

100.0

Total

Total

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

81

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Graphic V.19.
Share of Top-Ten HS-Export Commodities in ASEAN, 2013

Natural or cultured pearls,


precious or semi-precious stones,
precious metals, metals clad with
precious metal, and articles
thereof; imitation jewellery; coin
2.1%

Others
30.3%
Electrical machinery and
equipment and parts thereof;
sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound
recorders and reproducers, and
parts and accessories of such
articles
21.8%

Organic chemicals
2.6%

Optical, photographic,
cinematographic, measuring,
checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and
apparatus; parts and accessories
thereof
2.6%
Animal or vegetable fats and oils
and their cleavage products;
prepared edible fats; animal or
vegetable waxes
3.0%

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and


products of their distillation;
bituminous substances; mineral
waxes
17.3%

Plastics and articles thereof


3.1%

Vehicles other than railway or


tramway rolling-stock, and parts
and accessories thereof
3.2%

Rubber and articles thereof


3.1%

Nuclear reactors, boilers,


machinery and mechanical
appliances; parts thereof
10.9%

Graphic V.20.
Shares of Top-Ten HS-Import Commodities in ASEAN, 2013

Others
26.1%

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and


products of their distillation;
bituminous substances; mineral
waxes
22.1%

Articles of iron or steel


2.0%

Organic chemicals
2.1%
Optical, photographic,
cinematographic, measuring,
checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and
apparatus; parts and accessories
thereof
2.2%
Natural or cultured pearls,
precious or semi-precious stones,
precious metals, metals clad with
precious metal, and articles
thereof; imitation jewellery; coin
2.7%
Vehicles other than railway or
tramway rolling-stock, and parts
and accessories thereof
3.3%

Iron and steel


3.5%
Plastics and articles thereof
3.3%

Nuclear reactors, boilers,


machinery and mechanical
appliances; parts thereof
12.6%

82

Electrical machinery and


equipment and parts thereof;
sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound
recorders and reproducers, and
parts and accessories of such
articles
20.1%

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.25.
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to ASEAN by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Share
(8)

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

84,291.9

26.0

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

87,461.2

26.5

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

58,959.2

18.2

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

61,791.9

18.7

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

40,571.2

12.5

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

40,215.3

12.2

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

14,465.5

4.5

39

Plastics and articles thereof

13,272.1

4.0

39

Plastics and articles thereof

12,515.9

3.9

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

13,135.3

4.0

29

Organic chemicals

7,175.9

2.2

29

Organic chemicals

7,610.7

2.3

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

6,619.0

2.0

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

6,888.5

2.1

15

Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their


cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal
or vegetable waxes

6,093.3

1.9

73

Articles of iron or steel

5,890.0

1.8

73

Articles of iron or steel

5,666.0

1.7

40

Rubber and articles thereof

5,061.5

1.5

40

Rubber and articles thereof

5,600.0

1.7

72

Iron and steel

4,692.8

1.4

241,958.0

74.7

Ten Major Commodities

246,019.2

74.5

81,897.1

25.3

Others

323,855.0

100.0

Ten Major Commodities


Others
Total

Total

84,298.9

25.5

330,318.1

100.0

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

Table V.26.
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from ASEAN by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Share
(8)

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

84,881.7

30.5

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

86,275.2

31.0

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

52,348.5

18.8

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

53,620.1

19.3

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

28,074.3

10.1

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

27,355.6

9.8

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

11,860.6

4.3

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

11,795.9

4.2

39

Plastics and articles thereof

10,084.4

3.6

39

Plastics and articles thereof

10,747.2

3.9

29

Organic chemicals

5,835.7

2.1

29

Organic chemicals

6,497.5

2.3

71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semiprecious stones, precious metals, metals


clad with precious metal, and articles thereof;
imitation jewellery; coin

5,719.2

2.1

71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semiprecious stones, precious metals, metals


clad with precious metal, and articles thereof;
imitation jewellery; coin

4,964.0

1.8

15

Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their


cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal
or vegetable waxes

5,433.6

2.0

40

Rubber and articles thereof

4,742.7

1.7

40

Rubber and articles thereof

5,085.6

1.8

73

Articles of iron or steel

4,536.2

1.6

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

4,459.1

1.6

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

4,494.3

1.6

Ten Major Commodities


Others
Total

213,782.8

76.8

Ten Major Commodities

64,410.4

23.2

Others

278,193.2

100.0

Total

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

83

215,028.7

77.3

63,211.6

22.7

278,240.2

100.0

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.27.
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to Australia by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

84

Share
(8)

17,916.8

39.2

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

16,374.5

36.0

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

4,582.4

10.0

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

4,850.6

10.7

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

4,265.3

9.3

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

4,821.2

10.6

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

3,160.9

6.9

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

3,046.5

6.7

71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semiprecious stones, precious metals, metals


clad with precious metal, and articles thereof;
imitation jewellery; coin

2,292.9

5.0

73

Articles of iron or steel

2,161.7

4.7

73

Articles of iron or steel

1,627.0

3.6

39

Plastics and articles thereof

1,379.4

3.0

39

Plastics and articles thereof

1,211.3

2.6

71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semiprecious stones, precious metals, metals


clad with precious metal, and articles thereof;
imitation jewellery; coin

954.7

2.1

33

Essential oils and resinoids; perfumery, cosmetic


or toilet preparations

867.0

1.9

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

830.0

1.8

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

670.2

1.5

26

Ores, slag and ash

647.4

1.4

40

Rubber and articles thereof

646.2

1.4

94

Furniture; bedding, mattresses, mattress


supports, cushions and similar stuffed
furnishings; lamps and lighting fittings, not
elsewhere specified or included; illuminated
signs, illuminated name-plates and the like;
prefabricated buildings

646.4

1.4

35,712.4

78.4

Ten Major Commodities


Others
Total

37,239.9

81.4

Ten Major Commodities

8,484.4

18.6

Others

45,724.3

100.0

Total

9,813.6

21.6

45,526.1

100.0

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

Table V.28.
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from Australia by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

3,664.0

16.3

10.1

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

4,805.4

20.2

10

Cereals

3,262.0

13.7

10

Cereals

2,265.3

74

Copper and articles thereof

1,813.5

7.6

75

Nickel and articles thereof

1,479.2

6.6

76

Aluminum and articles thereof

1,148.2

4.8

71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semiprecious stones, precious metals, metals


clad with precious metal, and articles thereof;
imitation jewellery; coin

1,474.8

6.5

71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semiprecious stones, precious metals, metals


clad with precious metal, and articles thereof;
imitation jewellery; coin

1,049.4

4.4

74

Copper and articles thereof

1,089.0

4.8

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

1,045.0

4.4

76

Aluminum and articles thereof

1,034.5

4.6

75

Nickel and articles thereof

854.4

3.6

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

1,014.2

4.5

72

Iron and steel

848.6

3.6

72

Iron and steel

856.2

3.8

26

Ores, slag and ash

721.1

3.0

26

Ores, slag and ash

747.8

3.3

04

Dairy produce; birds eggs; natural honey;


edible products of animal origin, not elsewhere
specified or included

691.9

2.9

02

Meat and edible meat offal

698.2

3.1

16,239.4

68.3

Ten Major Commodities

14,323.1

63.6

7,535.4

31.7

Others

23,774.8

100.0

Ten Major Commodities


Others
Total

27

Share

Total

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

84

8,208.3

36.4

22,531.4

100.0

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.29.
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to Canada by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

19.9

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers, television
image and sound recorders and reproducers, and
parts and accessories of such articles

85 Electrical machinery and equipment and parts thereof;


sound recorders and reproducers, television image
and sound recorders and reproducers, and parts and
accessories of such articles

1,308.2

1,927.7

26.6

61 Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, knitted


or crocheted

650.1

9.9

61

Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, knitted


or crocheted

796.3

11.0

84 Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and mechanical


appliances; parts thereof

548.8

8.3

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and mechanical


appliances; parts thereof

557.9

7.7

40 Rubber and articles thereof

529.7

8.1

40

Rubber and articles thereof

440.1

6.1

16 Preparations of meat, of fish or of crustaceans,


molluscs or other aquatic invertebrates

339.5

5.2

62

Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, not


knitted or crocheted

337.2

4.7

62 Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, not


knitted or crocheted

312.9

4.8

16

Preparations of meat, of fish or of crustaceans,


molluscs or other aquatic invertebrates

319.1

4.4

94 Furniture; bedding, mattresses, mattress supports,


cushions and similar stuffed furnishings; lamps and
lighting fittings, not elsewhere specified or included;
illuminated signs, illuminated name-plates and the like;
prefabricated buildings

255.5

3.9

64

Footwear, gaiters and the like; parts of such articles

243.7

3.4

03 Fish and crustaceans, molluscs and other aquatic


invertebrates

226.4

3.4

94

Furniture; bedding, mattresses, mattress supports,


cushions and similar stuffed furnishings; lamps and
lighting fittings, not elsewhere specified or included;
illuminated signs, illuminated name-plates and the
like; prefabricated buildings

236.3

3.3

27 Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral waxes

225.8

3.4

03

Fish and crustaceans, molluscs and other aquatic


invertebrates

220.5

3.0

90 Optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring,


checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments
and apparatus; parts and accessories thereof

209.3

3.2

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring,


checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments
and apparatus; parts and accessories thereof

203.3

2.8

72.9

Ten Major Commodities

4,606.1

70.0

Ten Major Commodities

5,282.2

Others

1,970.8

30.0

Others

1,965.2

27.1

Total

6,576.9

100.0

Total

7,247.4

100.0

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

Table V.30.
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from Canada by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

31

Fertilisers

1,217.1

21.1

31

Fertilisers

1,156.8

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and mechanical


appliances; parts thereof

691.9

12.0

10

18.6

Cereals

792.4

12.7

10

Cereals

561.6

9.8

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and mechanical


appliances; parts thereof

732.3

11.8

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts thereof;


sound recorders and reproducers, television image
and sound recorders and reproducers, and parts and
accessories of such articles

440.6

7.7

47

Pulp of wood or of other fibrous cellulosic material;


recovered (waste and scrap) paper or paperboard

491.7

7.9

88

Aircraft, spacecraft, and parts thereof

385.3

6.7

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers, television
image and sound recorders and reproducers, and
parts and accessories of such articles

491.4

7.9

47
90

Pulp of wood or of other fibrous cellulosic material;


recovered (waste and scrap) paper or paperboard

364.6

6.3

88

Aircraft, spacecraft, and parts thereof

343.9

5.5

Optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring,


checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments
and apparatus; parts and accessories thereof

190.4

3.3

71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semi-precious


stones, precious metals, metals clad with precious
metal, and articles thereof; imitation jewellery; coin

197.7

3.2

12

Oil seeds and oleaginous fruits; miscellaneous grains,


seeds and fruit; industrial or medicinal plants; straw
and fodder

170.3

3.0

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring,


checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments
and apparatus; parts and accessories thereof

179.5

2.9

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rolling-stock,


and parts and accessories thereof

135.8

2.4

12

Oil seeds and oleaginous fruits; miscellaneous


grains, seeds and fruit; industrial or medicinal plants;
straw and fodder

134.4

2.2

39

Plastics and articles thereof

123.9

2.2

02

Meat and edible meat offal

4,281.6

74.4

Ten Major Commodities


Others

1,476.9

25.6

Total

5,758.5

100.0

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

85

110.5

1.8

Ten Major Commodities

4,630.3

74.5

Others

1,588.6

25.5

Total

6,219.0

100.0

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.31.
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to China by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Share
(8)

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

35,920.2

25.3

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

39,329.9

25.8

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

21,601.7

15.2

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

21,223.8

13.9

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

16,185.3

11.4

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

13,765.2

9.0

40

Rubber and articles thereof

12,402.8

8.7

40

Rubber and articles thereof

12,177.5

8.0

39

Plastics and articles thereof

8,337.7

5.9

39

Plastics and articles thereof

9,266.7

6.1

29

Organic chemicals

7,391.0

5.2

29

Organic chemicals

8,226.1

5.4

15

Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their


cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal
or vegetable waxes

7,286.2

5.1

15

Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their


cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal
or vegetable waxes

5,640.5

3.7

26

Ores, slag and ash

3,731.6

2.6

26

Ores, slag and ash

5,516.0

3.6

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

2,766.5

1.9

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

3,330.7

2.2

44

Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal

2,581.3

1.8

44

Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal

118,204.1

83.3

Ten Major Commodities

23,687.9

16.7

Others

141,892.0

100.0

Ten Major Commodities


Others
Total

Total

3,307.4

2.2

121,783.7

79.8

30,761.8

20.2

152,545.5

100.0

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

Table V.32.
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from China by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

72

Iron and steel

73

Articles of iron or steel

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

39
29

Share
(8)

53,646.3

30.2

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

62,426.9

31.5

37,347.9

21.0

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

38,701.2

19.5

8,424.5

4.7

72

Iron and steel

9,729.2

4.9

6,294.4

3.5

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

8,150.1

4.1

5,714.0

3.2

73

Articles of iron or steel

6,364.8

3.2

Plastics and articles thereof

4,836.3

2.7

39

Plastics and articles thereof

5,653.3

2.9

Organic chemicals

3,704.0

2.1

29

Organic chemicals

4,169.2

2.1

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

3,325.3

1.9

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

3,753.8

1.9

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

3,160.7

1.8

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

3,544.4

1.8

55

Man-made staple fibres

2,723.1

1.5

76

Aluminum and articles thereof

129,176.5

72.7

Ten Major Commodities


Others
Total

48,416.3

27.3

177,592.8

100.0

Ten Major Commodities


Others
Total

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

86

2,639.6

1.3

145,132.4

73.3

52,830.4

26.7

197,962.8

100.0

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.33.
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to European Union by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

28,115.9

22.5

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

16,297.9

13.0

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

29

Organic chemicals

9,469.5

7.6

15

Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their


cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal
or vegetable waxes

15

Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their


cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal
or vegetable waxes

6,088.7

4.9

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

40

Rubber and articles thereof

5,531.3

4.4

40

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

4,897.8

3.9

29

64

Footwear, gaiters and the like; parts of such


articles

4,531.8

3.6

62

Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, not


knitted or crocheted

3,497.8

61

Articles of apparel and clothing accessories,


knitted or crocheted

3,332.9

30

Pharmaceutical products

2,959.1

Ten Major Commodities

84,722.8

67.8

Others

40,168.9

32.2

124,891.7

100.0

Total

Share
(8)

31,532.3

25.3

17,817.7

14.3

5,613.1

4.5

5,441.7

4.4

Rubber and articles thereof

4,986.1

4.0

Organic chemicals

4,925.9

4.0

64

Footwear, gaiters and the like; parts of such


articles

4,917.8

4.0

2.8

61

Articles of apparel and clothing accessories,


knitted or crocheted

3,822.2

3.1

2.7

62

Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, not


knitted or crocheted

3,419.0

2.7

2.4

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

3,005.9

2.4

Ten Major Commodities

85,481.6

68.7

Others

38,952.5

31.3

124,434.1

100.0

Total

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

Table V.34.
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from European Union by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Share
(8)

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

23,339.4

19.8

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

24,157.3

19.8

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

18,913.9

16.1

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

19,486.0

16.0

88

Aircraft, spacecraft, and parts thereof

8,748.9

7.4

88

Aircraft, spacecraft, and parts thereof

10,357.6

8.5

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

8,179.8

6.9

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

6,337.4

5.2

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

6,404.1

5.4

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

6,311.0

5.2

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

4,753.6

4.0

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

5,222.4

4.3

30

Pharmaceutical products

4,618.3

3.9

30

Pharmaceutical products

4,733.6

3.9

73

Articles of iron or steel

2,978.4

2.5

73

Articles of iron or steel

3,435.1

2.8

39

Plastics and articles thereof

2,704.8

2.3

72

Iron and steel

3,255.8

2.7

22

Beverages, spirits and vinegar

2,647.7

2.2

22

Beverages, spirits and vinegar

2,998.2

2.5
70.9

Ten Major Commodities

83,288.9

70.8

Ten Major Commodities

86,294.4

Others

34,418.3

29.2

Others

35,499.8

29.1

Total

117,707.2

100.0

121,794.1

100.0

Total

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

87

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.35.
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to India by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Share
(8)

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

8,859.3

20.1

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

9,090.8

21.7

15

Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their


cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal
or vegetable waxes

7,497.7

17.0

15

Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their


cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal
or vegetable waxes

6,605.1

15.8

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

5,658.1

12.8

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

5,396.3

12.9

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

4,634.0

10.5

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

4,312.3

10.3

29

Organic chemicals

2,305.3

5.2

29

Organic chemicals

2,714.8

6.5

44

Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal

2,249.0

5.1

39

Plastics and articles thereof

1,681.8

4.0

39

Plastics and articles thereof

1,543.9

3.5

71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semiprecious stones, precious metals, metals


clad with precious metal, and articles thereof;
imitation jewellery; coin

1,159.3

2.8

40

Rubber and articles thereof

1,103.1

2.5

40

Rubber and articles thereof

1,060.6

2.5

07

Edible vegetables and certain roots and tubers

1,044.8

2.4

44

Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal

939.8

2.2

72

Iron and steel

889.1

2.0

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

818.8

2.0

33,779.5

80.6

Ten Major Commodities


Others
Total

35,784.3

81.2

Ten Major Commodities

8,271.1

18.8

Others

44,055.4

100.0

Total

8,155.7

19.4

41,935.2

100.0

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

Table V.36.
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from India by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

29.3

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

29

Organic chemicals

71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semiprecious stones, precious metals, metals


clad with precious metal, and articles thereof;
imitation jewellery; coin

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

87
10

37.5

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

7,603.3

1,869.6

6.7

29

Organic chemicals

1,880.8

7.3

1,387.9

5.0

71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semiprecious stones, precious metals, metals


clad with precious metal, and articles thereof;
imitation jewellery; coin

1,531.7

5.9

1,362.2

4.9

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

1,376.1

5.3

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

1,342.5

4.8

10

Cereals

1,373.5

5.3

Cereals

1,284.2

4.6

72

Iron and steel

1,359.8

5.2

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

1,000.2

3.6

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

1,046.3

4.0

23

Residues and waste from the food industries;


prepared animal fodder

790.9

2.8

23

Residues and waste from the food industries;


prepared animal fodder

872.3

3.4

72

Iron and steel

719.8

2.6

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

707.8

2.7

30

Pharmaceutical products

660.7

2.4

30

Pharmaceutical products

684.9

2.6

Ten Major Commodities

20,820.5

75.0

Ten Major Commodities

18,436.5

71.1

6,939.8

25.0

Others

7,490.2

28.9

27,760.3

100.0

25,926.7

100.0

Others
Total

10,402.7

Share

Total

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

88

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.37.
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to Japan by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Share
(8)

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

39,110.6

30.9

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

35,322.9

28.7

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

22,929.0

18.1

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

22,707.1

18.5

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

9,218.7

7.3

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

8,997.6

7.3

44

Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal

4,730.0

3.7

44

Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal

5,808.7

4.7

39

Plastics and articles thereof

3,611.6

2.9

39

Plastics and articles thereof

3,542.4

2.9

40

Rubber and articles thereof

3,435.2

2.7

40

Rubber and articles thereof

3,037.6

2.5

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

3,171.4

2.5

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

2,969.7

2.4

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

2,984.1

2.4

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

2,765.9

2.3

16

Preparations of meat, of fish or of crustaceans,


molluscs or other aquatic invertebrates

2,616.5

2.1

16

Preparations of meat, of fish or of crustaceans,


molluscs or other aquatic invertebrates

2,571.2

2.1

30

Pharmaceutical products

2,519.9

2.0

62

Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, not


knitted or crocheted

2,523.5

2.1

Ten Major Commodities

94,326.9

74.6

Ten Major Commodities

90,246.6

73.5

Others

32,180.0

25.4

Others

32,616.6

26.5

126,507.0

100.0

122,863.2

100.0

Total

Total

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

Table V.38.
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from Japan by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Share
(8)

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

33,147.0

24.3

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

26,198.0

22.2

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

26,828.0

19.7

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

22,015.3

18.7

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

15,606.7

11.4

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

13,397.2

11.4

72

Iron and steel

11,478.9

8.4

72

Iron and steel

11,073.1

9.4

73

Articles of iron or steel

6,225.8

4.6

73

Articles of iron or steel

5,399.6

4.6

39

Plastics and articles thereof

5,560.9

4.1

39

Plastics and articles thereof

5,316.9

4.5

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

5,145.8

3.8

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

4,379.9

3.7

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

3,683.8

2.7

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

4,166.9

3.5

71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semiprecious stones, precious metals, metals


clad with precious metal, and articles thereof;
imitation jewellery; coin

3,117.7

2.3

71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semiprecious stones, precious metals, metals


clad with precious metal, and articles thereof;
imitation jewellery; coin

2,709.4

2.3

2,540.5

1.9

74

113,335.0

83.1

40

Rubber and articles thereof


Ten Major Commodities
Others
Total

23,041.8

16.9

136,376.8

100.0

Copper and articles thereof


Ten Major Commodities
Others
Total

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

89

2,611.2

2.2

97,267.5

82.5

20,636.4

17.5

117,903.9

100.0

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.39.
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to New Zealand by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Share
(8)

2,198.6

39.5

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

2,042.5

35.9

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

595.7

10.7

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

553.5

9.7

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

496.3

8.9

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

514.6

9.1

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

384.6

6.9

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

506.4

8.9

39

Plastics and articles thereof

276.0

5.0

39

Plastics and articles thereof

307.2

5.4

23

Residues and waste from the food industries;


prepared animal fodder

187.3

3.4

23

Residues and waste from the food industries;


prepared animal fodder

254.9

4.5

33

Essential oils and resinoids; perfumery, cosmetic


or toilet preparations

101.6

1.8

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

95.1

1.7

40

Rubber and articles thereof

89.3

1.6

40

Rubber and articles thereof

94.9

1.7

15

Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their


cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal
or vegetable waxes

85.6

1.5

15

Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their


cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal
or vegetable waxes

80.4

1.4

48

Paper and paperboard; articles of paper pulp, of


paper or of paperboard

84.7

1.5

48

Paper and paperboard; articles of paper pulp, of


paper or of paperboard

79.3

1.4

Ten Major Commodities

4,499.7

80.9

Ten Major Commodities

4,528.9

79.7

Others

1,062.0

19.1

Others

1,155.3

20.3

Total

5,561.7

100.0

Total

5,684.1

100.0

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

Table V.40.
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from New Zealand by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Share
(8)

1,805.0

49.3

04

Dairy produce; birds eggs; natural honey;


edible products of animal origin, not elsewhere
specified or included

2,067.9

50.4

04

Dairy produce; birds eggs; natural honey;


edible products of animal origin, not elsewhere
specified or included

02

Meat and edible meat offal

210.1

5.7

02

Meat and edible meat offal

201.4

4.9

44

Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal

178.2

4.9

44

Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal

173.9

4.2

47

Pulp of wood or of other fibrous cellulosic


material; recovered (waste and scrap) paper or
paperboard

138.4

3.8

47

Pulp of wood or of other fibrous cellulosic


material; recovered (waste and scrap) paper or
paperboard

155.3

3.8

19

Preparations of cereals, flour, starch or milk;


pastrycooks' products

119.1

3.3

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

140.8

3.4

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

112.6

3.1

08

Edible fruit and nuts; peel of citrus fruit or melons

122.1

3.0

08

Edible fruit and nuts; peel of citrus fruit or melons

100.7

2.7

19

Preparations of cereals, flour, starch or milk;


pastrycooks' products

111.6

2.7

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

95.7

2.6

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

108.5

2.6

72

Iron and steel

85.4

2.3

35

Albuminoidal substances; modified starch;


glues; enzymes

87.4

2.1

48

Paper and paperboard; articles of paper pulp, of


paper or of paperboard

79.2

2.2

48

Paper and paperboard; articles of paper pulp, of


paper or of paperboard

73.7

1.8

Ten Major Commodities


Others
Total

2,924.3

79.8

Ten Major Commodities

738.8

20.2

Others

3,663.1

100.0

Total

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

90

3,242.4

79.1

858.8

20.9

4,101.3

100.0

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.41.
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to Pakistan by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

2,086.1

39.7

15

Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their


cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal
or vegetable waxes

1,950.7

37.0

15

Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their


cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal
or vegetable waxes

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

395.9

7.5

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

469.7

8.9

29

Organic chemicals

270.5

5.1

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

298.5

5.7

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

254.8

4.8

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

276.9

5.3

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

243.3

4.6

29

Organic chemicals

221.3

4.2

39

Plastics and articles thereof

206.7

3.9

55

Man-made staple fibres

189.7

3.6

55

Man-made staple fibres

195.3

3.7

39

Plastics and articles thereof

179.9

3.4

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

154.9

2.9

40

Rubber and articles thereof

150.8

2.9

40

Rubber and articles thereof

148.6

2.8

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

142.7

2.7

38

Miscellaneous chemical products

115.7

2.2

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

117.2

2.2

Ten Major Commodities

4,071.6

77.5

Ten Major Commodities

3,997.5

75.8

Others

1,184.0

22.5

Others

1,276.8

24.2

Total

5,255.6

100.0

Total

5,274.3

100.0

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

Table V.42.
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from Pakistan by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Share
(8)

52

Cotton

310.7

29.6

52

Cotton

170.8

19.8

10

Cereals

262.3

25.0

10

Cereals

118.9

13.8

03

Fish and crustaceans, molluscs and other


aquatic invertebrates

58.3

5.6

03

Fish and crustaceans, molluscs and other


aquatic invertebrates

65.5

7.6

30

Pharmaceutical products

40.8

3.9

22

Beverages, spirits and vinegar

45.9

5.3

55

Man-made staple fibres

39.3

3.7

55

Man-made staple fibres

45.2

5.2

74

Copper and articles thereof

33.9

3.2

30

Pharmaceutical products

40.4

4.7

41

Raw hides and skins (other than furskins) and


leather

32.9

3.1

41

Raw hides and skins (other than furskins) and


leather

39.6

4.6

22

Beverages, spirits and vinegar

31.0

3.0

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

29.9

3.5

63

Other made up textile articles; sets; worn


clothing and worn textile articles; rags

21.8

2.1

63

Other made up textile articles; sets; worn


clothing and worn textile articles; rags

27.5

3.2

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

19.9

1.9

74

Copper and articles thereof

25.9

3.0

Ten Major Commodities

851.0

81.0

Ten Major Commodities

609.4

70.5

Others

199.1

19.0

Others

254.8

29.5

1,050.0

100.0

Total

864.2

100.0

Total

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

91

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.43.
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to Republic of Korea by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Share
(8)

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

19,538.4

35.5

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

16,908.4

32.0

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

10,581.2

19.2

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

11,878.8

22.5

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

3,748.4

6.8

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

2,997.6

5.7

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

1,546.0

2.8

62

Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, not


knitted or crocheted

1,619.6

3.1

40

Rubber and articles thereof

1,474.6

2.7

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

1,251.0

2.4

29

Organic chemicals

1,441.1

2.6

40

Rubber and articles thereof

1,182.1

2.2

38

Miscellaneous chemical products

1,306.1

2.4

29

Organic chemicals

1,110.9

2.1

62

Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, not


knitted or crocheted

1,123.5

2.0

38

Miscellaneous chemical products

898.2

1.7

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

886.0

1.6

39

Plastics and articles thereof

817.6

1.5

39

Plastics and articles thereof

781.9

1.4

44

Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal

42,427.2

77.1

Ten Major Commodities


Others

12,603.1

22.9

Total

55,030.3

100.0

Ten Major Commodities

722.2

1.4

39,386.5

74.6

Others

13,436.5

25.4

Total

52,823.0

100.0

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

Table V.44.
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from Republic of Korea by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

24,110.1

31.7

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

27,314.4

33.3

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

14,755.7

19.4

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

14,996.6

18.3

72

Iron and steel

5,781.0

7.6

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

6,892.1

8.4

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

5,756.7

7.6

72

Iron and steel

5,319.2

6.5

39

Plastics and articles thereof

3,492.4

4.6

39

Plastics and articles thereof

4,119.0

5.0

89

Ships, boats and floating stuctures

2,213.6

2.9

73

Articles of iron or steel

2,083.5

2.5

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

1,807.1

2.4

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

2,005.6

2.4

73

Articles of iron or steel

1,515.7

2.0

29

Organic chemicals

1,518.0

1.8

29

Organic chemicals

1,480.7

1.9

60

Knitted or crocheted fabrics

1,336.8

1.6

40

Rubber and articles thereof

1,480.7

1.9

89

Ships, boats and floating stuctures

1,302.4

1.6

Ten Major Commodities

62,393.8

82.1

Ten Major Commodities

66,887.5

81.4

Others

13,606.0

17.9

Others

15,252.1

18.6

Total

75,999.8

100.0

Total

82,139.6

100.0

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

92

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.45.
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to Russia by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

1,336.2

27.4

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

1,447.5

27.6

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles

15

Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their


cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal
or vegetable waxes

497.3

10.2

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

528.5

10.1

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

439.6

9.0

15

Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their


cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal
or vegetable waxes

490.6

9.4

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

398.1

8.2

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

350.7

6.7

40

Rubber and articles thereof

237.3

4.9

40

Rubber and articles thereof

207.5

4.0

09

Coffee, tea, mat and spices

163.3

3.3

64

Footwear, gaiters and the like; parts of such


articles

193.9

3.7

39

Plastics and articles thereof

161.9

3.3

09

Coffee, tea, mat and spices

161.6

3.1

64

Footwear, gaiters and the like; parts of such


articles

143.5

2.9

39

Plastics and articles thereof

159.2

3.0

03

Fish and crustaceans, molluscs and other


aquatic invertebrates

140.0

2.9

03

Fish and crustaceans, molluscs and other


aquatic invertebrates

136.5

2.6

62

Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, not


knitted or crocheted

123.5

2.5

61

Articles of apparel and clothing accessories,


knitted or crocheted

132.5

2.5

72.6

Ten Major Commodities

3,640.8

74.7

Ten Major Commodities

3,808.5

Others

1,234.8

25.3

Others

1,435.0

27.4

Total

4,875.6

100.0

Total

5,243.5

100.0

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

Table V.46.
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from Russia by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

8,079.6

60.8

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

9,746.1

66.3

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes

72

Iron and steel

2,670.3

20.1

72

Iron and steel

1,703.8

11.6

31

Fertilisers

1,040.9

7.8

31

Fertilisers

769.5

5.2

75

Nickel and articles thereof

289.2

2.2

88

Aircraft, spacecraft, and parts thereof

582.4

4.0

40

Rubber and articles thereof

150.1

1.1

75

Nickel and articles thereof

329.1

2.2

74

Copper and articles thereof

148.3

1.1

71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semiprecious stones, precious metals, metals


clad with precious metal, and articles thereof;
imitation jewellery; coin

252.1

1.7

25

Salt; sulphur; earths and stone; plastering


materials, lime and cement

145.4

1.1

25

Salt; sulphur; earths and stone; plastering


materials, lime and cement

149.8

1.0

76

Aluminum and articles thereof

127.2

1.0

40

Rubber and articles thereof

139.0

0.9

48

Paper and paperboard; articles of paper pulp, of


paper or of paperboard

77.4

0.6

87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof

137.1

0.9

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

68.2

0.5

76

Aluminum and articles thereof

120.3

0.8

12,796.7

96.3

13,929.0

94.7

486.0

3.7

13,282.6

100.0

Ten Major Commodities


Others
Total

Ten Major Commodities


Others
Total

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

93

777.1

5.3

14,706.0

100.0

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.47.
Ten Major Export Commodities of ASEAN to USA by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Share
(8)

85 Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers, television
image and sound recorders and reproducers, and
parts and accessories of such articles

25,084.7

23.2

85 Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers, television
image and sound recorders and reproducers, and
parts and accessories of such articles

26,357.4

23.0

84 Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and mechanical


appliances; parts thereof

16,130.7

14.9

84 Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and mechanical


appliances; parts thereof

17,145.8

15.0

61 Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, knitted


or crocheted

9,633.1

8.9

61 Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, knitted


or crocheted

10,739.6

9.4

40 Rubber and articles thereof

6,380.4

5.9

62 Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, not


knitted or crocheted

6,360.4

5.6

62 Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, not


knitted or crocheted

5,877.0

5.4

40 Rubber and articles thereof

5,785.9

5.1

90 Optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring,


checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments
and apparatus; parts and accessories thereof

5,073.2

4.7

90 Optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring,


checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments
and apparatus; parts and accessories thereof

5,143.1

4.5

94 Furniture; bedding, mattresses, mattress supports,


cushions and similar stuffed furnishings; lamps and
lighting fittings, not elsewhere specified or included;
illuminated signs, illuminated name-plates and the
like; prefabricated buildings

3,497.6

3.2

64 Footwear, gaiters and the like; parts of such articles

3,836.4

3.4

64 Footwear, gaiters and the like; parts of such articles

3,266.8

3.0

94 Furniture; bedding, mattresses, mattress supports,


cushions and similar stuffed furnishings; lamps and
lighting fittings, not elsewhere specified or included;
illuminated signs, illuminated name-plates and the
like; prefabricated buildings

3,764.4

3.3

03 Fish and crustaceans, molluscs and other aquatic


invertebrates

2,412.5

2.2

27 Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral waxes

3,074.2

2.7

27 Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral waxes

2,149.0

2.0

03 Fish and crustaceans, molluscs and other aquatic


invertebrates

2,365.4

2.1

73.9

Ten Major Commodities

79,504.9

73.6

Ten Major Commodities

84,572.5

Others

28,530.7

26.4

Others

29,937.2

26.1

108,035.7

100.0

114,509.7

100.0

Total

Total

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

Table V.48.
Ten Major Import Commodities of ASEAN from USA by 2-digit HS Code, 2012-2013
2012

2013

HS

Commodities

Value

Share

HS

Commodities

Value

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers, television
image and sound recorders and reproducers, and
parts and accessories of such articles

20,130.1

21.9

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and mechanical


appliances; parts thereof

18,995.5

20.6

84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and mechanical


appliances; parts thereof

19,707.3

21.4

85

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers, television
image and sound recorders and reproducers, and
parts and accessories of such articles

18,952.8

20.5

88

Aircraft, spacecraft, and parts thereof

8,467.9

9.2

88

Aircraft, spacecraft, and parts thereof

7,760.5

8.4

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring,


checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments
and apparatus; parts and accessories thereof

5,717.4

6.2

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring,


checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments
and apparatus; parts and accessories thereof

5,978.4

6.5

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral waxes

4,891.6

5.3

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral waxes

4,675.9

5.1

39

Plastics and articles thereof

3,222.1

3.5

39

Plastics and articles thereof

2,973.4

3.2

38

Miscellaneous chemical products

2,316.9

2.5

71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semi-precious


stones, precious metals, metals clad with precious
metal, and articles thereof; imitation jewellery; coin

2,533.9

2.7

12

Oil seeds and oleaginous fruits; miscellaneous


grains, seeds and fruit; industrial or medicinal plants;
straw and fodder

2,045.4

2.2

38

Miscellaneous chemical products

2,529.3

2.7

29

Organic chemicals

1,799.8

2.0

23

Residues and waste from the food industries;


prepared animal fodder

1,828.1

2.0

23

Residues and waste from the food industries;


prepared animal fodder

1,660.5

1.8

12

Oil seeds and oleaginous fruits; miscellaneous


grains, seeds and fruit; industrial or medicinal plants;
straw and fodder

1,739.9

1.9

Share
(8)

Ten Major Commodities

69,959.0

76.0

Ten Major Commodities

67,967.6

73.6

Others

22,032.5

24.0

Others

24,378.1

26.4

Total

91,991.5

100.0

Total

92,345.7

100.0

Source : ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014


Note : Value is in US$ Million; Share is in %

94

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.49.
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded among ASEAN Member States (Intra-ASEAN
Trade) to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Exports
HS

Commodities

(1)

27

85

84
39

87

29
90

73
40
72

(2)

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of


their distillation; bituminous substances;
mineral waxes
Electrical machinery and equipment
and parts thereof; sound recorders and
reproducers, television image and sound
recorders and reproducers, and parts and
accessories of such articles
Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and
mechanical appliances; parts thereof
Plastics and articles thereof

Vehicles other than railway or tramway


rolling-stock, and parts and accessories
thereof
Organic chemicals
Optical, photographic, cinematographic,
measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts
and accessories thereof
Articles of iron or steel
Rubber and articles thereof
Iron and steel

10 Major
Others
Total

Imports
To
ASEAN

Total
ASEAN
Export

(US$ mn)
(3)

(US$ mn)
(4)

Share HS
(%)
(5)

(6)

87,461

220,166

39.7 27

61,792

277,373

22.3 85

40,215

138,437

29.0 84

13,272

39,606

33.5 87

13,135

40,412

32.5 39

7,611
6,888

32,702
32,775

23.3 29
21.0 71

5,890
5,061
4,693

15,218
39,945
8,378

38.7 40
12.7 73
56.0 90

246,019
845,014
84,299
426,114
330,318 1,271,128

Commodities

29.1
19.8
26.0

(7)

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of


their distillation; bituminous substances;
mineral waxes
Electrical machinery and equipment
and parts thereof; sound recorders and
reproducers, television image and sound
recorders and reproducers, and parts and
accessories of such articles
Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and
mechanical appliances; parts thereof
Vehicles other than railway or tramway
rolling-stock, and parts and accessories
thereof
Plastics and articles thereof

Organic chemicals
Natural or cultured pearls, precious or
semi-precious stones, precious metals,
metals clad with precious metal, and articles
thereof; imitation jewellery; coin
Rubber and articles thereof
Articles of iron or steel
Optical, photographic, cinematographic,
measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts
and accessories thereof
10 Major
Others
Total

From
ASEAN

Total
ASEAN
Import

Share

(US$ mn)
(8)

(US$ mn)
(9)

(%)
(10)

86,275

273,822

31.5

53,620

249,318

21.5

27,356

155,769

17.6

11,796

40,454

29.2

10,747

40,646

26.4

6,497
4,964

26,458
33,504

24.6
14.8

4,743
4,536
4,494

12,897
25,398
27,710

36.8
17.9
16.2

215,029 885,976
63,212
354,412
278,240 1,240,388

24.3
17.8
22.4

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014

Table V.50.
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between Australia and ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Exports
HS

Commodities

(1)

(2)

27

87

84
85

73
39
71

90

26
94

Imports
To
Australia

Total
ASEAN
Export

(US$ mn)
(3)

(US$ mn)
(4)

Share
(%)
(5)

HS

Commodities

(6)

(7)

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of


their distillation; bituminous substances;
mineral waxes
Vehicles other than railway or tramway
rolling-stock, and parts and accessories
thereof
Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and
mechanical appliances; parts thereof
Electrical machinery and equipment
and parts thereof; sound recorders and
reproducers, television image and sound
recorders and reproducers, and parts and
accessories of such articles
Articles of iron or steel
Plastics and articles thereof
Natural or cultured pearls, precious or
semi-precious stones, precious metals,
metals clad with precious metal, and articles
thereof; imitation jewellery; coin
Optical, photographic, cinematographic,
measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts
and accessories thereof
Ores, slag and ash
Furniture; bedding, mattresses, mattress
supports, cushions and similar stuffed
furnishings; lamps and lighting fittings, not
elsewhere specified or included; illuminated
signs, illuminated name-plates and the like;
prefabricated buildings

16,374

220,166

7.4 27

4,851

40,412

12.0 10

4,821

138,437

3,046

10 Major
Others
Total

35,712 813,058
9,814 458,070
45,526 1,271,128

From
Australia

Total
ASEAN
Import

(US$ mn)
(8)

(US$ mn)
(9)

Share
(%)
(10)

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of


their distillation; bituminous substances;
mineral waxes
Cereals

3,664

273,822

1.3

2,265

9,102

24.9

3.5 75

Nickel and articles thereof

1,479

2,768

53.4

277,373

1.1 71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or


semi-precious stones, precious metals,
metals clad with precious metal, and articles
thereof; imitation jewellery; coin

1,475

33,504

4.4

2,162
1,379
955

15,218
39,606
26,339

14.2 74
3.5 76
3.6 84

Copper and articles thereof


Aluminum and articles thereof
Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and
mechanical appliances; parts thereof

1,089
1,034
1,014

13,256
10,294
155,769

8.2
10.0
0.7

830

32,775

2.5 72

Iron and steel

856

43,511

2.0

647
646

10,546
12,185

6.1 26
5.3 02

Ores, slag and ash


Meat and edible meat offal

748
698

3,099
2,757

24.1
25.3

4.4
2.1
3.6

10 Major
Others
Total

14,323
547,883
8,208 692,505
22,531 1,240,388

2.6
1.2
1.8

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014

95

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.51.
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between Canada and ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Exports
HS

Commodities

(1)

85

61
84
40

(2)

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles
Articles of apparel and clothing accessories,
knitted or crocheted
Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and
mechanical appliances; parts thereof
Rubber and articles thereof

62

Articles of apparel and clothing accessories,


not knitted or crocheted

16

Preparations of meat, of fish or of crustaceans,


molluscs or other aquatic invertebrates
Footwear, gaiters and the like; parts of such
articles

64

94

03

90

Imports
To
Canada

Total
ASEAN
Export

(US$ mn)
(3)

(US$ mn)
(4)

1,928

Share HS
(%)
(5)

(6)

(7)

277,373

0.7 31

Fertilisers

From
Canada

Total
ASEAN
Import

Share

(US$ mn)
(8)

(US$ mn)
(9)

(%)
(10)

1,157

8,486

13.6

796

20,307

3.9 10

Cereals

792

9,102

8.7

558

138,437

0.4 84

732

155,769

0.5

440

39,945

1.1 47

492

3,007

16.4

337

16,742

2.0 85

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof
Pulp of wood or of other fibrous cellulosic
material; recovered (waste and scrap) paper
or paperboard
Electrical machinery and equipment and parts
thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles
Aircraft, spacecraft, and parts thereof

491

249,318

0.2

319

10,692

3.0 88

244

14,212

1.7 71

Furniture; bedding, mattresses, mattress


supports, cushions and similar stuffed
furnishings; lamps and lighting fittings, not
elsewhere specified or included; illuminated
signs, illuminated name-plates and the like;
prefabricated buildings
Fish and crustaceans, molluscs and other
aquatic invertebrates

236

12,185

1.9 90

220

11,149

2.0 12

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

203

32,775

10 Major
Others
Total

Commodities

5,282 573,820
1,965
697,309
7,247 1,271,128

344

21,220

1.6

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semiprecious stones, precious metals, metals


clad with precious metal, and articles thereof;
imitation jewellery; coin
Optical, photographic, cinematographic,
measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof

198

33,504

0.6

179

27,710

0.6

134

4,488

3.0

0.6 02

Oil seeds and oleaginous fruits; miscellaneous


grains, seeds and fruit; industrial or medicinal
plants; straw and fodder
Meat and edible meat offal

110

2,757

4.0

0.9
0.3
0.6

10 Major
Others
Total

4,630
515,360
1,589 725,028
6,219 1,240,388

0.9
0.2
0.5

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014

Table V.52.
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between China and ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Exports
HS

Commodities

(1)

85

27

84
40

39
29
15

26
90

44

(2)

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles
Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their
distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes
Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and
mechanical appliances; parts thereof
Rubber and articles thereof

Imports
To
China

Total
ASEAN
Export

(US$ mn)
(3)

(US$ mn)
(4)

Share
(%)
(5)

HS

Commodities

(6)

(7)

39,330

277,373

14.2 85

21,224

220,166

9.6 84

13,765

138,437

9.9 72

12,178

39,945

30.5 27

Plastics and articles thereof


Organic chemicals
Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their
cleavage products; prepared edible fats;
animal or vegetable waxes
Ores, slag and ash

9,267
8,226
5,640

39,606
32,702
37,696

23.4 73
25.2 39
15.0 29

5,516

10,546

52.3 87

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof
Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal

3,331

32,775

10.2 90

3,307

16,395

20.2 76

Vehicles other than railway or tramway rollingstock, and parts and accessories thereof
Optical, photographic, cinematographic,
measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and
accessories thereof
Aluminum and articles thereof

14.4
7.2
12.0

10 Major
Others
Total

10 Major
Others
Total

121,784 845,642
30,762 425,486
152,546 1,271,128

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014

96

Electrical machinery and equipment and parts


thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and
reproducers, and parts and accessories of
such articles
Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and
mechanical appliances; parts thereof

From
China

Total
ASEAN
Import

(US$ mn)
(8)

(US$ mn)
(9)

Share
(%)
(10)

62,427

249,318

25.0

38,701

155,769

24.8

Iron and steel

9,729

43,511

22.4

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their


distillation; bituminous substances; mineral
waxes
Articles of iron or steel
Plastics and articles thereof
Organic chemicals

8,150

273,822

3.0

6,365
5,653
4,169

25,398
40,646
26,458

25.1
13.9
15.8

3,754

40,454

9.3

3,544

27,710

12.8

2,640

10,294

25.6

145,132 893,381
52,830
347,008
197,963 1,240,388

16.2
15.2
16.0

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.53.
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between European Union and ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Exports
HS

Commodities

(1)

85

(2)

Imports
To
EU

Total
ASEAN
Export

(US$ mn)
(3)

(US$ mn)
(4)

Share

HS

(%)
(5)

Commodities

(6)

(7)

From
EU

Total
ASEAN
Import

(US$ mn)
(8)

(US$ mn)
(9)

(%)
(10)

Share

Electrical machinery and equipment


and parts thereof; sound recorders and
reproducers, television image and sound
recorders and reproducers, and parts and
accessories of such articles
Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and
mechanical appliances; parts thereof

31,532

277,373

11.4 84

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

24,157

155,769

15.5

17,818

138,437

12.9 85

19,486

249,318

7.8

5,613

37,696

14.9 88

10,358

21,220

48.8

5,442

32,775

16.6 27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of


their distillation; bituminous substances;
mineral waxes

6,337

273,822

2.3

40

Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their


cleavage products; prepared edible fats;
animal or vegetable waxes
Optical, photographic, cinematographic,
measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts
and accessories thereof
Rubber and articles thereof

Electrical machinery and equipment


and parts thereof; sound recorders and
reproducers, television image and sound
recorders and reproducers, and parts and
accessories of such articles
Aircraft, spacecraft, and parts thereof

4,986

39,945

12.5 87

6,311

40,454

15.6

29

Organic chemicals

4,926

32,702

15.1 90

5,222

27,710

18.8

64

Footwear, gaiters and the like; parts of such


articles
Articles of apparel and clothing accessories,
knitted or crocheted
Articles of apparel and clothing accessories,
not knitted or crocheted
Vehicles other than railway or tramway
rolling-stock, and parts and accessories
thereof

4,918

14,212

34.6 30

Vehicles other than railway or tramway


rolling-stock, and parts and accessories
thereof
Optical, photographic, cinematographic,
measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts
and accessories thereof
Pharmaceutical products

3,822

20,307

18.8 73

Articles of iron or steel

3,419

16,742

20.4 72

3,006

40,412

7.4 22

84

15

90

61
62
87

10 Major
Others
Total

85,482 650,604
38,953 620,524
124,434 1,271,128

13.1
6.3
9.8

4,734

10,000

47.3

3,435

25,398

13.5

Iron and steel

3,256

43,511

7.5

Beverages, spirits and vinegar

2,998

4,692

63.9

86,294
851,893
35,500 388,495
121,794 1,240,388

10.1
9.1
9.8

10 Major
Others
Total

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014

Table V.54.
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between India and ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Exports
HS

Commodities

(1)

27

15

85

84

(2)

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of


their distillation; bituminous substances;
mineral waxes
Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their
cleavage products; prepared edible fats;
animal or vegetable waxes
Electrical machinery and equipment
and parts thereof; sound recorders and
reproducers, television image and sound
recorders and reproducers, and parts and
accessories of such articles
Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and
mechanical appliances; parts thereof
Organic chemicals
Plastics and articles thereof
Natural or cultured pearls, precious or
semi-precious stones, precious metals,
metals clad with precious metal, and articles
thereof; imitation jewellery; coin

Imports
To
India

Total
ASEAN
Export

(US$ mn)
(3)

(US$ mn)
(4)

Share

HS

(%)
(5)

Commodities

(6)

9,091

220,166

4.1 27

6,605

37,696

17.5 29

5,396

277,373

1.9 71

4,312

138,437

3.1 84

2,715
1,682
1,159

32,702
39,606
26,339

8.3 10
4.2 72
4.4 85

1,061

39,945

2.7 23

(7)

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of


their distillation; bituminous substances;
mineral waxes
Organic chemicals

(%)
(10)

26,458

7.1

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or


semi-precious stones, precious metals,
metals clad with precious metal, and articles
thereof; imitation jewellery; coin

1,532

33,504

4.6

1,376

155,769

0.9

1,374
1,360
1,046

9,102
43,511
249,318

15.1
3.1
0.4

872

11,166

7.8

708

40,454

1.7

685

10,000

6.8

18,436
853,104
7,490
387,284
25,927 1,240,388

2.2
1.9
2.1

Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal

940

16,395

5.7 87

90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts
and accessories thereof

819

32,775

2.5 30

3.9
2.0
3.3

10 Major
Others
Total

97

Share

1,881

44

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014

(US$ mn)
(9)

2.8

Rubber and articles thereof

33,780 861,435
8,156 409,693
41,935 1,271,128

(US$ mn)
(8)

273,822

40

10 Major
Others
Total

Total
ASEAN
Import

7,603

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof
Cereals
Iron and steel
Electrical machinery and equipment
and parts thereof; sound recorders and
reproducers, television image and sound
recorders and reproducers, and parts and
accessories of such articles
Residues and waste from the food industries;
prepared animal fodder
Vehicles other than railway or tramway
rolling-stock, and parts and accessories
thereof
Pharmaceutical products

29
39
71

From
India

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.55.
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between Japan and ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Exports
HS

Commodities

(1)

27

(2)

Imports
To
Japan

Total
ASEAN
Export

(US$ mn)
(3)

(US$ mn)
(4)

Share

HS

(%)
(5)

Commodities

(6)

(7)

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of


their distillation; bituminous substances;
mineral waxes
Electrical machinery and equipment
and parts thereof; sound recorders and
reproducers, television image and sound
recorders and reproducers, and parts and
accessories of such articles
Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and
mechanical appliances; parts thereof

35,323

220,166

16.0 84

22,707

277,373

8.2 85

8,998

138,437

6.5 87

Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal


Plastics and articles thereof
Rubber and articles thereof
Optical, photographic, cinematographic,
measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts
and accessories thereof
Vehicles other than railway or tramway
rolling-stock, and parts and accessories
thereof

5,809
3,542
3,038
2,970

16,395
39,606
39,945
32,775

2,766

40,412

6.8 90

16

Preparations of meat, of fish or of


crustaceans, molluscs or other aquatic
invertebrates

2,571

10,692

24.0 71

62

Articles of apparel and clothing accessories,


not knitted or crocheted

2,523

16,742

15.1 74

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts
and accessories thereof
Natural or cultured pearls, precious or
semi-precious stones, precious metals,
metals clad with precious metal, and articles
thereof; imitation jewellery; coin
Copper and articles thereof

10.8
7.4
9.7

10 Major
Others
Total

85

84

44
39
40
90

87

10 Major
Others
Total

90,247 832,546
32,617 438,582
122,863 1,271,128

35.4
8.9
7.6
9.1

72
73
39
27

From
Japan

Total
ASEAN
Import

(US$ mn)
(8)

(US$ mn)
(9)

(%)
(10)

Share

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

26,198

155,769

16.8

Electrical machinery and equipment


and parts thereof; sound recorders and
reproducers, television image and sound
recorders and reproducers, and parts and
accessories of such articles
Vehicles other than railway or tramway
rolling-stock, and parts and accessories
thereof
Iron and steel
Articles of iron or steel
Plastics and articles thereof
Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of
their distillation; bituminous substances;
mineral waxes

22,015

249,318

8.8

13,397

40,454

33.1

11,073
5,400
5,317
4,380

43,511
25,398
40,646
273,822

25.4
21.3
13.1
1.6

4,167

27,710

15.0

2,709

33,504

8.1

2,611

13,256

19.7

97,267 903,389
20,636
337,000
117,904 1,240,388

10.8
6.1
9.5

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014

Table V.56.
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between New Zealand and ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Exports
HS

Commodities

(1)

27

84
87

85

39

23
90

40
15

48

(2)

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of


their distillation; bituminous substances;
mineral waxes
Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and
mechanical appliances; parts thereof
Vehicles other than railway or tramway
rolling-stock, and parts and accessories
thereof
Electrical machinery and equipment
and parts thereof; sound recorders and
reproducers, television image and sound
recorders and reproducers, and parts and
accessories of such articles
Plastics and articles thereof

Residues and waste from the food industries;


prepared animal fodder
Optical, photographic, cinematographic,
measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts
and accessories thereof
Rubber and articles thereof
Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their
cleavage products; prepared edible fats;
animal or vegetable waxes
Paper and paperboard; articles of paper
pulp, of paper or of paperboard
10 Major
Others
Total

Imports
To
New
Zealand

Total
ASEAN
Export

Share

HS

Commodities

From
New
Zealand

Total
ASEAN
Import

Share

(US$ mn)
(3)

(US$ mn)
(4)

(%)
(5)

(US$ mn)
(8)

(US$ mn)
(9)

(%)
(10)

(6)

(7)

2,043

220,166

0.9 04

553

138,437

0.4 02

Dairy produce; birds eggs; natural honey;


edible products of animal origin, not
elsewhere specified or included
Meat and edible meat offal

515

40,412

1.3 44

Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal

506

277,373

0.2 47

307

39,606

0.8 27

255

3,573

7.1 08

95

32,775

0.3 19

2,068

5,959

201

2,757

7.3

174

4,109

4.2

Pulp of wood or of other fibrous cellulosic


material; recovered (waste and scrap) paper
or paperboard

155

3,007

5.2

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of


their distillation; bituminous substances;
mineral waxes
Edible fruit and nuts; peel of citrus fruit or
melons
Preparations of cereals, flour, starch or milk;
pastrycooks' products

141

273,822

0.1

122

3,336

3.7

112

3,160

3.5

109

155,769

0.1

87

1,872

4.7

74

9,638

0.8

3,242 463,427
859 776,961
4,101 1,240,388

0.7
0.1
0.3

95

39,945

0.2 84

80

37,696

0.2 35

79

8,210

1.0 48

Paper and paperboard; articles of paper


pulp, of paper or of paperboard

0.5
0.3
0.4

10 Major
Others
Total

4,529
838,196
1,155 432,932
5,684 1,271,128

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014

98

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof
Albuminoidal substances; modified starch;
glues; enzymes

34.7

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.57.
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between Pakistan and ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Exports
HS

Commodities

(1)

15

(2)

Imports
To
Pakistan

Total
ASEAN
Export

(US$ mn)
(3)

(US$ mn)
(4)

Share

HS

(%)
(5)

Commodities

(6)

(7)

29
55
39

Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their


cleavage products; prepared edible fats;
animal or vegetable waxes
Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and
mechanical appliances; parts thereof
Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of
their distillation; bituminous substances;
mineral waxes
Vehicles other than railway or tramway
rolling-stock, and parts and accessories
thereof
Organic chemicals
Man-made staple fibres
Plastics and articles thereof

40

Rubber and articles thereof

151

39,945

0.4 27

85

Electrical machinery and equipment


and parts thereof; sound recorders and
reproducers, television image and sound
recorders and reproducers, and parts and
accessories of such articles
Optical, photographic, cinematographic,
measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts
and accessories thereof

143

277,373

0.1 63

117

32,775

0.4 74

Copper and articles thereof

0.5
0.3
0.4

10 Major
Others
Total

84
27

87

90

10 Major
Others
Total

From
Pakistan

Total
ASEAN
Import

(US$ mn)
(8)

(US$ mn)
(9)

Share
(%)
(10)

1,951

37,696

5.2 52

Cotton

171

7,317

2.3

470

138,437

0.3 10

Cereals

119

9,102

1.3

298

220,166

0.1 03

Fish and crustaceans, molluscs and other


aquatic invertebrates

65

5,644

1.2

277

40,412

0.7 22

Beverages, spirits and vinegar

46

4,692

1.0

221
190
180

32,702
4,818
39,606

0.7 55
3.9 30
0.5 41

Man-made staple fibres


Pharmaceutical products
Raw hides and skins (other than furskins)
and leather
Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of
their distillation; bituminous substances;
mineral waxes
Other made up textile articles; sets; worn
clothing and worn textile articles; rags

45
40
40

6,171
10,000
2,672

0.7
0.4
1.5

30

273,822

0.0

28

1,137

2.4

26

13,256

0.2

609 333,813
255 906,575
864 1,240,388

0.2
0.0
0.1

3,997 863,932
1,277
407,196
5,274 1,271,128

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014

Table V.58.
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between Republic of Korea and ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Exports
HS

Commodities

(1)

(2)

Imports
To
ROK

Total
ASEAN
Export

(US$ mn)
(3)

(US$ mn)
(4)

Share

HS

(%)
(5)

(6)

27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of


their distillation; bituminous substances;
mineral waxes

16,908

220,166

7.7 85

85

11,879

277,373

4.3 27

2,998

138,437

2.2 84

1,620

16,742

9.7 72

1,251

32,775

40
29

Electrical machinery and equipment


and parts thereof; sound recorders and
reproducers, television image and sound
recorders and reproducers, and parts and
accessories of such articles
Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and
mechanical appliances; parts thereof
Articles of apparel and clothing accessories,
not knitted or crocheted
Optical, photographic, cinematographic,
measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts
and accessories thereof
Rubber and articles thereof
Organic chemicals

1,182
1,111

38
39
44

Miscellaneous chemical products


Plastics and articles thereof
Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal

898
818
722

84
62
90

10 Major
Others
Total

Commodities

(7)

Total
ASEAN
Import

(US$ mn)
(8)

(US$ mn)
(9)

Share
(%)
(10)

27,314

249,318

11.0

14,997

273,822

5.5

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof
Iron and steel

6,892

155,769

4.4

5,319

43,511

12.2

3.8 39

Plastics and articles thereof

4,119

40,646

10.1

39,945
32,702

3.0 73
3.4 87

2,084
2,006

25,398
40,454

8.2
5.0

13,903
39,606
16,395

6.5 29
2.1 60
4.4 89

Articles of iron or steel


Vehicles other than railway or tramway
rolling-stock, and parts and accessories
thereof
Organic chemicals
Knitted or crocheted fabrics
Ships, boats and floating stuctures

1,518
1,337
1,302

26,458
6,604
7,337

5.7
20.2
17.8

4.8
3.0
4.2

10 Major
Others
Total

66,887
869,317
15,252
371,072
82,140 1,240,388

7.7
4.1
6.6

39,386 828,046
13,437 443,082
52,823 1,271,128

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014

99

Electrical machinery and equipment


and parts thereof; sound recorders and
reproducers, television image and sound
recorders and reproducers, and parts and
accessories of such articles
Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of
their distillation; bituminous substances;
mineral waxes

From
ROK

MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.59.
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between Russia and ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Exports
HS

Commodities

(1)

(2)

85 Electrical machinery and equipment


and parts thereof; sound recorders and
reproducers, television image and sound
recorders and reproducers, and parts and
accessories of such articles

Imports
To
Russia

Total
ASEAN
Export

(US$ mn)

(US$ mn)

(%)

(3)

(4)

(5)

Share

HS

Commodities

(6)

(7)

From
Russia

Total
ASEAN
Import

(US$ mn)

(US$ mn)

(%)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Share

1,448

277,373

0.5 27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of


their distillation; bituminous substances;
mineral waxes

9,746

273,822

3.6

84 Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

528

138,437

0.4 72

Iron and steel

1,704

43,511

3.9

15 Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their


cleavage products; prepared edible fats;
animal or vegetable waxes

491

37,696

1.3 31

Fertilisers

769

8,486

9.1

87 Vehicles other than railway or tramway


rolling-stock, and parts and accessories
thereof

351

40,412

0.9 88

Aircraft, spacecraft, and parts thereof

582

21,220

2.7

40 Rubber and articles thereof

207

39,945

0.5 75

Nickel and articles thereof

329

2,768

11.9

64 Footwear, gaiters and the like; parts of


such articles

194

14,212

1.4 71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or


semi-precious stones, precious metals,
metals clad with precious metal, and articles
thereof; imitation jewellery; coin

252

33,504

0.8

09 Coffee, tea, mat and spices

162

4,885

3.3 25

Salt; sulphur; earths and stone; plastering


materials, lime and cement

150

4,061

3.7

39 Plastics and articles thereof

159

39,606

0.4 40

Rubber and articles thereof

139

12,897

1.1

03 Fish and crustaceans, molluscs and other


aquatic invertebrates

137

11,149

1.2 87

Vehicles other than railway or tramway


rolling-stock, and parts and accessories
thereof

137

40,454

0.3

61 Articles of apparel and clothing accessories,


knitted or crocheted

133

20,307

0.7 76

Aluminum and articles thereof

120

10,294

1.2

10 Major

3,809

624,024

0.6

10 Major

13,929

451,016

3.1

Others

1,435

647,104

0.2

Others

777

789,372

0.1

Total

5,244 1,271,128

0.4

Total

14,706 1,240,388

1.2

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014

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MERCHANDISE TRADE

Table V.60.
Contribution of Top-Ten Commodities Traded between USA and ASEAN to ASEAN Trade, in 2013
Exports
HS

Commodities

(1)

(2)

85 Electrical machinery and equipment


and parts thereof; sound recorders and
reproducers, television image and sound
recorders and reproducers, and parts and
accessories of such articles

Imports
To
USA

Total
ASEAN
Export

(US$ mn)

(US$ mn)

(%)

(3)

(4)

(5)

Share

HS

Commodities

(6)

26,357

277,373

9.5 84

84 Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

17,146

138,437

61 Articles of apparel and clothing accessories,


knitted or crocheted

10,740

62 Articles of apparel and clothing accessories,


not knitted or crocheted

(7)

From
USA

Total
ASEAN
Import

(US$ mn)

(US$ mn)

(%)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Share

Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and


mechanical appliances; parts thereof

18,995

155,769

12.2

12.4 85

Electrical machinery and equipment


and parts thereof; sound recorders and
reproducers, television image and sound
recorders and reproducers, and parts and
accessories of such articles

18,953

249,318

7.6

20,307

52.9 88

Aircraft, spacecraft, and parts thereof

7,760

21,220

36.6

6,360

16,742

38.0 90

Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts
and accessories thereof

5,978

27,710

21.6

40 Rubber and articles thereof

5,786

39,945

14.5 27

Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of


their distillation; bituminous substances;
mineral waxes

4,676

273,822

1.7

90 Optical, photographic, cinematographic,


measuring, checking, precision, medical or
surgical instruments and apparatus; parts
and accessories thereof

5,143

32,775

15.7 39

Plastics and articles thereof

2,973

40,646

7.3

64 Footwear, gaiters and the like; parts of


such articles

3,836

14,212

27.0 71

Natural or cultured pearls, precious or


semi-precious stones, precious metals,
metals clad with precious metal, and articles
thereof; imitation jewellery; coin

2,534

33,504

7.6

94 Furniture; bedding, mattresses, mattress


supports, cushions and similar stuffed
furnishings; lamps and lighting fittings, not
elsewhere specified or included; illuminated
signs, illuminated name-plates and the like;
prefabricated buildings

3,764

12,185

30.9 38

Miscellaneous chemical products

2,529

14,584

17.3

27 Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of


their distillation; bituminous substances;
mineral waxes

3,074

220,166

1.4 23

Residues and waste from the food


industries; prepared animal fodder

1,828

11,166

16.4

03 Fish and crustaceans, molluscs and other


aquatic invertebrates

2,365

11,149

21.2 12

Oil seeds and oleaginous fruits;


miscellaneous grains, seeds and fruit;
industrial or medicinal plants; straw and
fodder

1,740

4,488

38.8

10 Major

84,573

783,294

10.8

10 Major

67,968

832,227

8.2

Others

29,937

487,834

6.1

Others

24,378

408,161

6.0

114,510 1,271,128

9.0

Total

92,346 1,240,388

7.4

Total

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 4 December 2014

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Table V.61. Top 5 Markets and Suppliers of


1. SITC codes 776

2. SITC codes 334

Thermionic, valves and tubes;


diodes, transistors and similar
semiconductor devices
Country

Share

(1)

Country

(2)

22.5

ASEAN

ASEAN

20.3

China

20.1

EU-28

7.7

Taiwan

7.1

Top 5

77.7

Major Suppliers

Country

(6)

Share

(7)

Major Market

Natural gas, liquefied or not


Country

(8)

(9)

Major Market

Share
(10)

Major Market

ASEAN

23.3

EU-28

23.5

Japan

50.1

China

8.4

Australia

21.5

ASEAN

19.2

ASEAN

20.5

Australia

8.2

Japan

21.5

USA

13.5

Korea, Republic of

16.9

Hong Kong

5.5

Korea, Republic of

11.8

United Arab Emirates

8.0

Taiwan

9.1

Korea, Republic of

2.2

India

Hong Kong

6.5

China

3.3

70.6

Top 5

99.9

Top 5

82.4

Major Suppliers
22.3

ASEAN

ASEAN

21.7

Korea, Republic of

Korea, Republic of

14.3

China
Top 5

Share

(5)

5. SITC codes 343

Telecommunications
equipment, NES and parts

58.1

Taiwan

USA

Country

(4)

Major Market

Hong Kong

4. SITC codes 764

Petroleum oils and oils


obtained from bituminous
minerals, crude

Share

(3)

Major Market

3. SITC codes 333

Petroleum oils and oils


obtained from bituminous
minerals; preparations, NES

7.9

Top 5

86.0

Major Suppliers

Major Suppliers

Major Suppliers

United Arab Emirates

28.8

China

53.3

ASEAN

9.3

Saudi Arabia

20.4

ASEAN

15.7

Qatar

Taiwan

5.8

Qatar

9.6

Korea, Republic of

8.1

Nigeria

3.4

12.5

India

5.3

ASEAN

9.4

EU-28

4.6

EU-28

0.8

9.5

China

4.5

Russia

5.4

Taiwan

4.0

Algeria

0.8

80.3

Top 5

66.7

85.8

Top 5

97.8

11. SITC codes 784

41.9

Top 5

12. SITC codes 792

Parts and accessories of


tractors and motor vehicles

Top 5

73.6

13. SITC codes 971

Aircraft, associated
equipments, and parts

Gold, non-monetary

Top 5

84.4
8.5

14. SITC codes 321

15. SITC codes 874

Coal, pulverized or not, not


agglomerated

Measuring, checking,
analysing and controlling
instruments and apparatus,
NES

Country

Share

Country

Share

Country

Share

Country

Share

Country

Share

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Major Market

Major Market

Major Market

Major Market

Major Market

ASEAN

36.3

ASEAN

19.5

ASEAN

31.8

China

25.3

ASEAN

Japan

12.6

EU-28

18.5

Hong Kong

23.0

India

22.8

USA

17.5

EU-28

6.6

USA

17.2

Switzerland

14.0

Japan

14.1

EU-28

13.7

USA

4.8

Hong Kong

9.5

Australia

8.1

ASEAN

13.7

China

11.3

South Africa

4.7

China

7.4

South Africa

5.2

Korea, Republic of

9.0

Japan

7.7

65.1

Top 5

72.1

84.9

Top 5

74.3

Top 5
Major Suppliers

Major Suppliers

Top 5

82.1

Major Suppliers

Japan

44.2

EU-28

48.8

Switzerland

ASEAN

23.1

USA

36.6

EU-28

14.3

ASEAN

China

7.5

Russia

Korea, Republic of

3.3

Canada

Top 5

92.4

Top 5

Top 5
Major Suppliers

24.1

Major Suppliers

43.1

ASEAN

76.7

USA

24.2

ASEAN

9.0

Australia

17.0

EU-28

20.4

3.3

United Arab Emirates

8.8

South Africa

3.8

Japan

18.7

2.7

Japan

8.5

Russia

1.4

ASEAN

15.7

1.6

South Africa

7.4

India

0.3

China

8.2

99.2

Top 5

87.2

93.0

Top 5

76.8

102

Top 5

MERCHANDISE TRADE

the Top 20 ASEAN Commodities, in 2013


6. SITC codes 752

7. SITC codes 772

Automatic data-processing
machines and units
Country
(11)

Share

Country

(12)

Major Market

8. SITC codes 778

Electrical apparatus for


electrical circuits

(13)

9. SITC codes 422

Share

Country

(14)

Major Market

(15)

10. SITC codes 759

Fixed vegetable fats and oils,


crude, refined or fractionated,
other than soft

Electrical machinery and


apparatus, NES
Share

Country

(16)

Major Market

(17)

Parts and accessoriessuitable


for use solely or principally
with office machines

Share

Country

(18)

Major Market

(19)

Share
(20)

Major Market

EU-28

19.1

ASEAN

32.3

ASEAN

32.4

India

19.6

ASEAN

36.2

USA

18.0

USA

13.9

China

11.4

EU-28

15.7

USA

13.4

ASEAN

14.8

EU-28

12.8

Hong Kong

10.1

China

14.0

China

11.6

China

14.3

China

10.6

EU-28

10.0

ASEAN

9.8

Hong Kong

10.9

Hong Kong

11.4

Japan

8.9

9.6

Pakistan

5.8

EU-28

10.2

Top 5

77.7

Top 5

78.4

64.9

Top 5

82.2

Major Suppliers

Major Suppliers

USA
Top 5

73.5

Major Suppliers

Top 5
Major Suppliers

Major Suppliers

China

54.3

China

24.1

China

28.6

ASEAN

China

33.9

ASEAN

26.2

ASEAN

22.4

ASEAN

22.0

India

2.6

ASEAN

32.6

USA

6.3

Japan

16.4

Japan

20.0

Papua New Guinea

1.0

USA

9.0

EU-28

4.4

EU-28

10.8

Korea, Republic of

8.6

EU-28

0.9

Japan

4.8

Japan

2.5

Korea, Republic of

Ghana

0.6

Korea, Republic of

Top 5

93.7

Top 5

8.9

EU-28

7.2

82.6

Top 5

86.4

93.6

Top 5

98.7

4.3

Top 5

84.6

16. SITC codes 728

17. SITC codes 231

18. SITC codes 751

19. SITC codes 682

20. SITC codes 723

Other machinery and


equipment specialized for
particular industries; parts,
NES

Natural rubber and natural


gums

Office machines

Copper

Civil engineering and


contractors' plant and
equipment; parts

Country

Share

Country

Share

Country

Share

Country

Share

Country

Share

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

(20)

Major Market

Major Market

Major Market

Major Market

Major Market

ASEAN

25.8

China

36.6

USA

21.2

China

36.1

ASEAN

58.0

China

15.2

EU-28

11.7

ASEAN

17.7

ASEAN

33.6

Australia

6.2

Taiwan

14.5

USA

10.6

EU-28

17.4

Japan

4.6

China

5.9

Japan

9.5

India

3.7

United Arab Emirates

2.9

Hong Kong

8.1

Korea, Republic of

3.7

USA

USA

8.7

ASEAN

10.2

EU-28

7.1

Japan

9.6

Top 5

71.4

Top 5

78.7

Major Suppliers

Major Suppliers

Japan

20.4

ASEAN

EU-28

19.2

China

Top 5

73.8

Major Suppliers

Top 5

81.6

Major Suppliers

Top 5

2.9
75.8

Major Suppliers

87.3

China

29.6

ASEAN

21.7

USA

22.0

Cote D'Ivoire

6.5

Japan

28.3

Japan

19.9

ASEAN

18.5

18.0

India

2.2

ASEAN

25.3

China

14.2

Japan

15.2

USA

14.0

Sri Lanka

1.0

USA

4.5

Korea, Republic of

9.0

EU-28

15.1

ASEAN

10.8

China

0.6

EU-28

4.0

Australia

8.8

China

15.0

Top 5

82.3

Top 5

97.6

Top 5

91.7

73.7

Top 5

85.8

103

Top 5

MERCHANDISE TRADE

104

FOREIGN DIRECT
INVESTMENT

06
CHAPTER

FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT

Table VI.1. Foreign Direct Investment Inflows

Host Country

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia

3,298

206

289

434

260

84

131

381

483

867

330
815

-596

1,895

8,336

4,914

6,928

9,318

Lao PDR

20

17

28

187

324

228

Malaysia

2,473

4,624

4,064

6,072

8,538

7,248

Myanmar 1/

291

251

236

428

715

976

Philippines

491

688

1,854

2,921

2,916

1,544

Singapore

16,532

24,103

17,299

36,613

46,338

11,115

Thailand

5,235

5,862

8,048

9,460

11,330

8,539

Viet Nam

1,450

1,610

1,954

2,400

6,700

9,579

ASEAN

29,278

39,386

42,489

63,912

84,917

49,693

ASEAN6

27,433

37,377

39,891

60,414

76,311

38,095

1,845

2,010

2,599

3,498

8,606

11,597

CLMV

Source:
ASEAN Secretariat - ASEAN FDI Database as of 15 December 2014.
Data were compiled from submission of ASEAN Central Banks and National Statistical Offices through the ASEAN
Working Group on International Investment Statistics.

106

FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT

to ASEAN by Host Country, 2003-2013


(US$ Million)
2009

2010

2011

2012

2013p/

2003-2013

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

371

625

1,208

865

908

539

783

892

1,557

1,275

8,796
7,808

4,877

13,771

19,242

19,138

18,444

106,266

319

333

467

294

427

2,642

1,405

9,156

12,001

9,400

12,297

77,279

963

2,249

2,058

1,354

2,621

12,142

1,963

1,298

1,816

2,797

3,860

22,147

25,036

55,035

48,475

59,812

60,645

401,002

4,853

9,112

3,861

10,699

13,000

89,999

7,600

8,000

7,519

8,368

8,900

64,080

47,927

100,360

97,538

114,284

122,377

792,161

38,506

88,996

86,602

102,710

109,154

705,489

9,421

11,364

10,936

11,574

13,222

86,672

Notes:
p/ Preliminary as of date of compilation.
(1) Myanmar: figures are in fiscal year which ends in March of the following calendar year.
Data for 2013 are preliminary figures.

107

FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT

Graphic VI.1.
Foreign Direct Investments in ASEAN6 by Host Country, 2003-2013

70,000

Brunei Darussalam

60,000
Indonesia

Malaysia

Net FDI Inflows (US $ million)

50,000

Philippines

Singapore

40,000

Thailand

30,000

20,000

10,000

0
2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

-10,000

Graphic VI.2.
Foreign Direct Investments in CLMV by Host Country, 2003-2013

11,500
Cambodia

Lao PDR

Myanmar

Viet Nam

Net FDI Inflows (US $ million)

9,500

7,500

5,500

3,500

1,500

-500

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

108

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT

Graphic VI.3.
Foreign Direct Investments in ASEAN by Host Country, 2003-2009

Viet Nam
8.8%

Brunei Darussalam
1.5%

Cambodia
0.9%

Indonesia
10.0%

Thailand
14.9%

Lao PDR
0.3%

Malaysia
9.6%
Myanmar
1.1%
Philippines
3.5%

Singapore
49.5%

Graphic VI.4.
Foreign Direct Investment Inflows in ASEAN by Host Country, 2003-2013

Brunei Darussalam
1.1%

Cambodia
1.0%

Viet Nam
8.1%

Indonesia
13.4%

Lao PDR
0.3%

Thailand
11.4%

Malaysia
9.8%

Myanmar
1.5%
Philippines
2.8%

Singapore
50.6%

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Table VI.2.
Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN by Source Country, 2006-2013
(in US$ million)
Source Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013p/

2006-2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

ASEAN1/
REST OF THE WORLD
Asian NIEs

8,694

9,634

10,449

6,672

15,200

15,228

20,658

21,426

107,962

55,217

75,283

39,244

41,255

85,160

82,310

93,626

100,950

573,045

3,138

5,477

5,047

8,565

7,066

8,333

8,981

9,355

55,962

Hong Kong

1,166

1,945

1,884

5,650

1,735

4,274

5,030

4,517

26,201

Republic of Korea

1,449

2,439

1,534

1,799

4,299

1,742

1,708

3,516

18,486

523

1,092

1,630

1,116

1,033

2,317

2,242

1,322

11,276

1,958

2,130

947

1,965

4,052

7,858

5,377

8,644

32,930

Taiwan (ROC)
China
India
Japan
Pakistan
EU-28
Russian Federation
Canada
USA

-89

2,725

1,506

553

3,474

-2,230

2,233

1,317

9,489

10,156

8,801

4,286

3,919

11,171

9,709

23,777

22,904

94,723

20

15

30

12

-21

-1

70

14,585

22,065

9,449

8,598

19,018

29,693

18,085

26,980

148,473

31

81

140

60

68

184

542

1,108

200

390

547

753

1,298

768

924

851

5,730

4,067

10,803

3,119

5,215

12,285

9,130

11,080

3,758

59,456

Australia

554

2,240

1,091

994

4,001

1,530

1,831

2,002

14,244

New Zealand

-138

109

-35

-157

22

-108

246

-53

20,778

20,491

13,200

10,695

22,683

17,432

21,284

24,351

150,913

63,912

84,917

49,693

47,927

100,360

97,538

114,284

122,377

681,008

Others2/
Total

Source:
ASEAN Secretariat - ASEAN FDI Database as of 15 December 2014.
Data were compiled from submission of ASEAN Central Banks and National Statistical Offices through the ASEAN Working Group on
International Investment Statistics.
Notes:
p/ Preliminary as of date of compilation.
1/ Excludes reinvested earnings in the Philippines and intra-ASEAN breakdown for Lao PDR (2012 and 2013) are estimated by the

ASEAN Secretariat.
2/ Includes unspecified country source for reinvested earning in Philippines and estimated extra-ASEAN for Lao PDR (2012 and 2013)
Data for 2013 are preliminary figures.

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Table VI.3.
Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN from ASEAN Member States (by Source), 2006-2013
(in US$ million)
Source Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia

-38

-3

82

129

-38

151

2013p/ 2006-2013
(9)

295

(10)

546

1,124

-12

17

33

53

604

793

853

1,376

1,456

2,134

3,721

2,648

13,585

Lao PDR

42

10

-72

34

-45

-30

Malaysia

980

962

3,720

2,641

3,423

1,803

2,854

1,297

17,679

Myanmar

33

63

65

71

69

121

105

98

625

Philippines

154

359

156

-441

263

-506

826

330

1,141

Singapore

6,614

6,381

4,611

2,218

7,989

11,770

10,254

14,386

64,224

299

890

883

589

1,565

-606

2,045

1,726

7,390

Thailand
Viet Nam
Unspecified
ASEAN1/

180

138

94

395

303

413

346

1,877

0.3

-1

27

25

140

92

295

8,694

9,634

10,449

6,672

15,200

15,228

20,658

21,426

107,962

Source:
ASEAN Secretariat - ASEAN FDI Database as of 15 December 2014.
Data were compiled from submission of ASEAN Central Banks and National Statistical Offices through the ASEAN Working Group on
International Investment Statistics.
Notes:
p/ Preliminary as of date of compilation.
1/ Excludes reinvested earnings in the Philippines and intra-ASEAN breakdown for Lao PDR (2012 and 2013) are estimated by the

ASEAN Secretariat.
Data for 2013 are preliminary figures.

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Graphic VI.5.
Extra and Intra-ASEAN Foreign Direct Investments, 2006-2013

140,000
REST OF THE WORLD

120,000

Net FDI Inflows (US $ million)

ASEAN

100,000

80,000

60,000

40,000

20,000

0
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

Graphic VI.6.
Foreign Direct Investments in ASEAN by Source Country, 2006-2013

Canada
0.8%

Russian Federation
0.2%

USA
8.7%

Australia
2.1%
New Zealand
0.0%

EU-28
21.8%
Pakistan
0.01%

Others
20.7%

Japan
13.9%
ASEAN
15.8%

India
1.4%

Hong Kong
3.8%

China
4.8%

Republic of Korea
2.7%

Taiwan (ROC)
3.1%

112

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Graphic VI.7.
Foreign Direct Investments in ASEAN by Source Country, 2006-2013
40,000

35,000

ASEAN

EU-28

Japan

China

USA

Hongkong

All Others

Net FDI Inflows (US $ million)

30,000

25,000

20,000

15,000

10,000

5,000

0
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

Graphic VI.8.
Foreign Direct Investments in ASEAN by Source Country, 2006-2013

135,000

All Others

Hongkong

USA

China

Japan

EU-28

115,000

Net FDIInflows (US $ million)

ASEAN

95,000

75,000

55,000

35,000

15,000

-5,000
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

113

2011

2012

2013

2013

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Table VI.4.
Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN Member States (by Host) from ASEAN, 2006-2013
(in US$ million)
Source Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013p/

2006-2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia

10

62

90

67

31

-73

192

156

271

241

174

349

224

523

299

2,236
37,788

1,354

1,108

3,398

1,380

5,904

8,334

7,588

8,721

Lao PDR

11

100

48

57

135

75

74

105

605

Malaysia

462

3,780

1,646

-60

526

2,664

2,814

2,187

14,018
1,784

Myanmar

71

94

103

68

26

85

151

1,187

Philippines

705

-705

308

-5

40

-74

145

-42

373

Singapore

1,163

1,926

1,491

3,163

5,593

2,386

8,411

5,706

29,840

Thailand

4,581

2,455

508

1,463

1,237

-51

-342

1,257

11,108

Viet Nam

182

543

2,705

429

1,301

1,517

1,263

2,079

10,018

ASEAN1/

8,694

9,634

10,449

6,672

15,200

15,228

20,658

21,426

107,962

Source:
ASEAN Secretariat - ASEAN FDI Database as of 15 December 2014.
Data were compiled from submission of ASEAN Central Banks and National Statistical Offices through the ASEAN Working Group on International Investment
Statistics.
Notes:
p/ Preliminary as of date of compilation.
1/ Excludes reinvested earnings in the Philippines and intra-ASEAN breakdown for Lao PDR (2012 and 2013) are estimated by the

ASEAN Secretariat.
Data for 2013 are preliminary figures.

Table VI.5.
Percentage Share of Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN by Source Country, 2006-2013
(in percent)
Source Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013p/

2006-2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

ASEAN1/
REST OF THE WORLD
Asian NIEs
Hong Kong
Republic of Korea
Taiwan (ROC)
China
India
Japan
Pakistan
EU-28
Russian Federation
Canada
USA
Australia
New Zealand
Others2/
Total

13.6
86.4

11.3
88.7

21.0
79.0

13.9
86.1

15.1
84.9

15.6
84.4

18.1
81.9

17.5
82.5

15.9
84.1

4.9
1.8
2.3
0.8
3.1
-0.1
15.9
0.0
22.8
n.a
0.3
6.4
0.9
-0.2
32.5

6.4
2.3
2.9
1.3
2.5
3.2
10.4
0.0
26.0
0.0
0.5
12.7
2.6
0.1
24.1

10.2
3.8
3.1
3.3
1.9
3.0
8.6
0.0
19.0
0.2
1.1
6.3
2.2
-0.1
26.6

17.9
11.8
3.8
2.3
4.1
1.2
8.2
0.0
17.9
0.3
1.6
10.9
2.1
-0.3
22.3

7.0
1.7
4.3
1.0
4.0
3.5
11.1
0.0
18.9
0.1
1.3
12.2
4.0
0.0
22.6

8.5
4.4
1.8
2.4
8.1
-2.3
10.0
0.0
30.4
0.1
0.8
9.4
1.6
0.0
17.9

7.9
4.4
1.5
2.0
4.7
2.0
20.8
0.0
15.8
0.2
0.8
9.7
1.6
-0.1
18.6

7.6
3.7
2.9
1.1
7.1
1.1
18.7
0.0
22.0
0.4
0.7
3.1
1.6
0.2
19.9

8.2
3.8
2.7
1.7
4.8
1.4
13.9
0.0
21.8
0.2
0.8
8.7
2.1
0.0
22.2

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

Source:
ASEAN Secretariat - ASEAN FDI Database as of 15 December 2014.
Data were compiled from submission of ASEAN Central Banks and National Statistical Offices through the ASEAN Working Group on International Investment
Statistics.
Notes:
p/ Preliminary as of date of compilation.
1/ Excludes reinvested earnings in the Philippines and intra-ASEAN breakdown for Lao PDR (2012 and 2013) are estimated by the

ASEAN Secretariat.
2/ Includes unspecified country source for reinvested earning in Philippines and estimated extra-ASEAN for Lao PDR (2012 and 2013)
Data for 2013 are preliminary figures.

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Table VI.6.
Share of ASEAN Member States in Intra-ASEAN Foreign Direct Investment Inflows, 2006-2013
(in percent)
Host Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013p/

2006-2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Brunei Darussalam

-0.4

0.0

0.8

1.9

-0.2

1.0

1.4

2.5

1.0

Cambodia

0.0

0.0

0.1

-0.2

0.1

0.2

0.0

0.0

0.0

Indonesia

6.9

8.2

8.2

20.6

9.6

14.0

18.0

12.4

12.6

Lao PDR

0.5

0.1

-0.7

0.0

0.2

0.0

0.0

-0.2

0.0

Malaysia

11.3

10.0

35.6

39.6

22.5

11.8

13.8

6.1

16.4
0.6

Myanmar

0.4

0.7

0.6

1.1

0.5

0.8

0.5

0.5

Philippines

1.8

3.7

1.5

-6.6

1.7

-3.3

4.0

1.5

1.1

Singapore

76.1

66.2

44.1

33.2

52.6

77.3

49.6

67.1

59.5

Thailand

3.4

9.2

8.4

8.8

10.3

-4.0

9.9

8.1

6.8

Viet Nam

0.1

1.9

1.3

1.4

2.6

2.0

2.0

1.6

1.7

0.00

-0.01

0.05

0.10

0.18

0.17

0.7

0.4

0.3

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

Unspecified
ASEAN1/

Source:
ASEAN Secretariat - ASEAN FDI Database as of 15 December 2014.
Data were compiled from submission of ASEAN Central Banks and National Statistical Offices through the ASEAN Working Group on International Investment
Statistics.
Notes:
p/ Preliminary as of date of compilation.
1/ Excludes reinvested earnings in the Philippines and intra-ASEAN breakdown for Lao PDR (2012 and 2013) are estimated by the

ASEAN Secretariat.
Data for 2013 are preliminary figures.

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Table VI.7.
Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN6 by Source Country, 2006-2013
(in US$ million)
Source Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

ASEAN

1/

REST OF THE WORLD


Asian NIEs

2013p/ 2006-2013
(9)

(10)

8,275

8,626

7,352

5,945

13,390

13,328

18,647

17,757

52,139

67,685

30,744

32,561

75,607

73,275

84,063

91,397 507,471

93,319

2,009

2,712

2,019

6,637

4,798

5,256

6,163

6,348

35,943

Hong Kong

901

1,276

1,342

5,039

1,593

2,487

4,565

3,874

21,078

Republic of Korea

817

942

439

1,017

2,915

851

889

1,571

9,441

Taiwan (ROC)

291

494

237

582

290

1,919

709

903

5,424

1,732

1,363

424

1,350

2,244

6,346

4,337

6,616

24,413

-94

2,710

1,360

521

3,455

-2,251

2,211

1,303

9,215

9,817

7,882

3,082

3,717

10,104

8,425

20,869

20,465

84,361

-1

70

China
India
Japan
Pakistan
EU-28
Russian Federation
Canada
USA

20

15

30

12

-22

13,904

20,892

8,210

8,178

17,040

28,367

16,752

26,218 139,561

22

14

100

111

266

172

322

229

738

1,273

742

908

847

5,231

3,710

9,927

2,841

1,901

11,341

8,879

10,981

3,672

53,252

Australia

540

2,178

972

953

3,939

1,404

1,800

1,931

13,717

New Zealand

-141

99

-38

-165

22

-108

246

-78

Others2/

20,483

19,573

11,615

8,707

21,348

16,082

20,071

23,641

141,521

Total

60,414

76,311

38,095

38,506

88,996

86,602 102,710 109,154 600,789

Source:
ASEAN Secretariat - ASEAN FDI Database as of 15 December 2014.
Data were compiled from submission of ASEAN Central Banks and National Statistical Offices through the ASEAN Working Group on
International Investment Statistics.
Notes:
p/ Preliminary as of date of compilation.
1/ Excludes reinvested earnings in the Philippines
2/ Includes unspecified country source for reinvested earning in Philippines
Data for 2013 are preliminary figures.

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Graphic VI.9.
Share of Foreign Direct Investments in ASEAN6 by Source Country, 2006-2013

Canada
0.9%

Russian Federation
0.04%

USA
8.9%

Australia
2.3%
New Zealand
0.0%

EU-28
23.2%

Others
23.5%

Pakistan
0.01%
Japan
14.0%

ASEAN
15.5%
India
1.5%

China
4.1%
Taiwan (ROC)
0.9%

Republic of Korea
1.6%

Hong Kong
3.5%

Graphic VI.10.
Share of Foreign Direct Investments in CLMV by Source Country, 2006-2013

Pakistan
0.001%

EU-28
11.1%

Russian Federation
1.0%

Canada
0.6%

USA
7.7%
Australia
0.7%

Japan
12.9%

New Zealand
0.0%

India
0.3%

Others
11.7%

China
10.6%
ASEAN
18.3%

Taiwan (ROC)
7.3%

Hong Kong
6.4%

Republic of Korea
11.3%

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Graphic VI.11.
Trend of Foreign Direct Investments in ASEAN6 by Source Country, 2006-2013
35,000

30,000

ASEAN

EU-28

Japan

USA

Hongkong

All Others

China

Net FDI Inflows (US $ million)

25,000

20,000

15,000

10,000

5,000

0
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Graphic VI.12.
Trend of Foreign Direct Investments in CLMV by Source Country, 2006-2013

5,000

4,500

ASEAN

EU-28

Japan

USA

Hongkong

All Others

2011

2012

China

Net FDI Inflows (US $ million)

4,000

3,500

3,000

2,500

2,000

1,500

1,000

500

0
2006

2007

2008

2009

118

2010

2013

FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT

Table VI.8.
Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to CLMV by Source Country, 2006-2013
(in US$ million)
Source Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

ASEAN1/
REST OF THE WORLD
Asian NIEs

(9)

(10)

419

1,008

3,097

728

1,811

1,901

2,010

3,669

14,643

3,079

7,597

8,500

8,693

9,553

9,035

9,563

9,554

65,575

1,130

2,764

3,028

1,927

2,269

3,077

2,818

3,007

20,020

Hong Kong

265

669

541

610

142

1,787

465

644

5,123

Republic of Korea

632

1,497

1,094

782

1,384

891

820

1,945

9,045

Taiwan (ROC)

232

599

1,392

535

743

398

1,533

418

5,851

226

766

522

616

1,809

1,511

1,040

2,028

8,517

15

145

32

19

20

22

15

274

339

920

1,204

202

1,067

1,284

2,908

2,440

10,363

China
India
Japan
Pakistan
EU-28
Russian Federation
Canada
USA
Australia
New Zealand
Others2/
Total

2013p/ 2006-2013

681

1,173

1,239

420

1,978

1,326

1,333

762

8,912

23

60

131

46

64

84

431

841

28

68

318

15

25

26

16

499

357

877

278

3,314

945

250

98

86

6,204

14

62

119

41

62

126

31

71

527

11

26

295

918

1,584

1,987

1,335

1,349

1,213

710

9,393

3,498

8,606

11,597

9,421

11,364

10,936

11,574

13,222

80,218

Source:
ASEAN Secretariat - ASEAN FDI Database as of 15 December 2014.
Data were compiled from submission of ASEAN Central Banks and National Statistical Offices through the ASEAN Working Group on
International Investment Statistics.
Notes:
p/ Preliminary as of date of compilation.
1/ Intra-ASEAN breakdown for Lao PDR (2012 and 2013) are estimated by the ASEAN Secretariat.
2/ Includes estimated extra-ASEAN for Lao PDR (2012 and 2013)
Data for 2013 are preliminary figures.

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Table VI.9. Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN

Host Country
Source Country

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

Malaysia

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

ASEAN1/
REST OF THE WORLD
Asian NIEs
Hong Kong
Republic of Korea
Taiwan (ROC)
China
India
Japan
Pakistan
EU-28
Russian Federation

192

2,236

37,788

605

14,018

4,811

4,975

58,843

1,973

52,100

225

1,913

5,156

151

4,075

227

294

1,098

55

2,496

972

3,571

72

1,639

-2

647

487

23

-60

22

1,430

2,625

410

144

56

-315

-1,092

546

161

27,646

62

13,019

-2

3,643

538

8,598

224

14,371

62

27

43

73

32

641

233

143

194

3,771

4,473

Australia

169

3,055

16

1,241

New Zealand

242

144

418

7,666

1,076

15,350

5,003

7,211

96,631

2,578

66,118

Canada
USA

Others
Total

2/

Source:
ASEAN Secretariat - ASEAN FDI Database as of 15 December 2014.
Data were compiled from submission of ASEAN Central Banks and National Statistical Offices through the
ASEAN Working Group on International Investment Statistics.

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Member States by Source Country, 2006-2013


(in US$ million)
Host Country
Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

ASEAN

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

1,784

373

29,840

11,108

10,018

107,962

9,580

18,742

313,228

59,746

49,048

573,046

1,439

944

21,327

4,214

16,517

55,962

1,051

811

13,839

2,607

3,723

26,201

388

96

2,909

1,224

7,612

18,486

37

4,579

383

5,182

11,276

4,537

-1

19,449

2,174

2,140

32,930

70

-1

10,528

93

146

9,489

70

2,406

17,369

23,375

10,069

94,723

69

70

2,121

-578

106,646

6,880

6,029

148,473

28

223

725

1,108

15

2,625

1,645

467

5,730

103

3,899

35,572

5,394

5,903

59,456

19

226

8,533

653

323

14,244

-356

32

24

-53

1,193

11,833

91,467

15,062

6,705

150,913

11,364

19,115

343,068

70,854

59,066

681,008

Notes:
1/ Excludes reinvested earnings in the Philippines and intra-ASEAN breakdown for Lao PDR (2012 and 2013)
are estimated by the ASEAN Secretariat.
2/ Includes unspecified country source for reinvested earning in Philippines and estimated extra-ASEAN for
Lao PDR (2012 and 2013)
Data for 2013 are preliminary figures.

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Table VI.10.
Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN6 and CLMV
by Source Country/Region, 2006-2013 1/
(in US$ million)
Source
Country/Region

Host Region

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

ASEAN

8,626

7,352

5,945

13,390

13,328

18,647

17,757

93,319

419

1,008

3,097

728

1,811

1,901

2,010

3,669

14,643

Total

8,694

9,634

10,449

6,672

15,200

15,228

20,658

ASEAN6

3,710

9,927

2,841

1,901

11,341

8,879

10,981

3,672

357

877

278

3,314

945

250

98

86

6,204

4,067

10,803

3,119

5,215

12,285

9,130

11,080

3,758

59,456

13,904

20,892

8,210

8,178

17,040

28,367

16,752

681

1,173

1,239

420

1,978

1,326

1,333

14,585

22,065

9,449

8,598

19,018

29,693

9,817

7,882

3,082

3,717

10,104

339

920

1,204

202

1,067

1,284

10,156

8,801

4,286

3,919

11,171

9,709

1,732

1,363

424

1,350

2,244

6,346

4,337

6,616

226

766

522

616

1,809

1,511

1,040

2,028

8,517

1,958

2,130

947

1,965

4,052

7,858

5,377

8,644

32,930

CLMV
Total
EU-28

ASEAN6
CLMV
Total

Japan

ASEAN6
CLMV
Total

China

ASEAN6
CLMV
Total

Republic of Korea

53,252

26,218 139,561
762

8,912

18,085 26,980 148,473

8,425 20,869

20,465

84,361

2,440

10,363

23,777 22,904

94,723

2,908

24,413

817

942

439

1,017

2,915

851

889

1,571

9,441

CLMV

632

1,497

1,094

782

1,384

891

820

1,945

9,045

1,449

2,439

1,534

1,799

4,299

1,742

1,708

3,516

18,486

540

2,178

972

953

3,939

1,404

1,800

1,931

13,717

14

62

119

41

62

126

31

71

527

Total

554

2,240

1,091

994

4,001

1,530

1,831

2,002

14,244

ASEAN6

-94

2,710

1,360

521

3,455

-2,251

2,211

1,303

9,215

15

145

32

19

20

22

15

274

-89

2,725

1,506

553

3,474

-2,230

2,233

1,317

9,489

ASEAN6
CLMV

India

21,426 107,962

ASEAN6
Total

Australia

(11)

8,275

ASEAN6
CLMV

USA

2013p/ 2006-2013

CLMV
Total

Source:
ASEAN Secretariat - ASEAN FDI Database as of 15 December 2014.
Data were compiled from submission of ASEAN Central Banks and National Statistical Offices through the ASEAN Working Group
on International Investment Statistics.
Notes:
p/ Preliminary as of date of compilation.
1/ Excludes reinvested earnings in the Philippines and intra-ASEAN breakdown for Lao PDR (2012 and 2013) are estimated by
the ASEAN Secretariat.
Data for 2013 are preliminary figures.

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Table VI.11.
Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN Member States from USA, 2006-2013
(in US$ million)
Host Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

2013p/ 2006-2013
(9)

(10)

Brunei Darussalam

32

20

33

27

32

-7

143

Cambodia

51

13

41

16

17

16

34

194

Indonesia

-549

1,093

1,039

159

572

-438

830

1,064

3,771

Lao PDR

0.2

0.04

0.05

Malaysia

1,426

808

1,297

-2,278

2,492

1,172

-671

227

4,473

Myanmar

103

103

218

655

216

720

1,294

578

871

-653

3,899
35,572

Philippines

2,115

6,168

267

3,787

5,910

7,090

8,784

1,452

Thailand

468

1,184

19

-491

1,039

451

1,135

1,589

5,394

Viet Nam

306

863

236

3,307

927

130

82

52

5,903

ASEAN1/

4,067

10,803

3,119

5,215

12,285

9,130

11,080

3,758

59,456

Singapore

Source:
ASEAN Secretariat - ASEAN FDI Database as of 15 December 2014.
Data were compiled from submission of ASEAN Central Banks and National Statistical Offices through the ASEAN Working
Group on International Investment Statistics.
Notes:
p/ Preliminary as of date of compilation.
1/ Excludes reinvested earnings in the Philippines and Lao PDR (2011-2013) as geographical breakdown are presently not
available.

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Table VI.12.
Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN Member States from Japan, 2006-2013
(in US$ million)
Host Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia
Lao PDR
Malaysia
Myanmar
Philippines
Singapore
Thailand
Viet Nam
ASEAN1/

2013p/ 2006-2013
(9)

(10)

35
5
1,057
0.4
2,856
0.03
54
3,859
1,956
334

77
31
1,125
18
873
0.02
924
1,650
3,232
871

121
38
1,145
10
542
0.1
73
-1,257
2,458
1,155

64
7
896
13
163
0.2
591
641
1,362
181

48
6
3,729
8
909
0.2
18
2,046
3,355
1,052

126
22
6,175
12
3,154
2
256
-338
-948
1,248

56
14
7,962
0
1,887
31
53
5,843
5,070
2,863

20
39
5,557
0
2,636
36
438
4,924
6,890
2,365

546
161
27,646
62
13,019
70
2,406
17,369
23,375
10,069

10,156

8,801

4,286

3,919

11,171

9,709

23,777

22,904

94,723

Source:
ASEAN Secretariat - ASEAN FDI Database as of 15 December 2014.
Data were compiled from submission of ASEAN Central Banks and National Statistical Offices through the ASEAN Working
Group on International Investment Statistics.
Notes:
p/ Preliminary as of date of compilation.
1/ Excludes reinvested earnings in the Philippines and Lao PDR (2011-2013) as geographical breakdown are presently not
available.

Table VI.13.
Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN Member States
from the European Union (EU-28), 2006-2013
(in US$ million)
Host Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia
Lao PDR
Malaysia
Myanmar
Philippines
Singapore
Thailand
Viet Nam
ASEAN1/

2013p/ 2006-2013
(9)

(10)

303
16
1,995
158
1,000
181
443
9,249
914
326

38
80
2,409
15
1,721
183
139
14,847
1,738
896

207
77
1,736
10
1,017
115
501
4,451
297
1,037

296
27
299
11
2,396
98
-67
4,261
993
284

448
43
17
28
1,980
215
-1,482
14,950
1,128
1,692

984
54
2,994
3
2,587
369
-306
21,543
565
900

615
126
-226
0
1,522
664
146
13,039
1,655
543

753
115
-626
0
2,148
296
47
24,306
-411
350

3,643
538
8,598
224
14,371
2,121
-578
106,646
6,880
6,029

14,585

22,065

9,449

8,598

19,018

29,693

18,085

26,980

148,473

Source:
ASEAN Secretariat - ASEAN FDI Database as of 15 December 2014.
Data were compiled from submission of ASEAN Central Banks and National Statistical Offices through the ASEAN Working
Group on International Investment Statistics.
Notes:
p/ Preliminary as of date of compilation.
1/ Excludes reinvested earnings in the Philippines and Lao PDR (2011-2013) as geographical breakdown are presently not
available.

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Table VI.14.
Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN Member States from China, 2006-2013
(in US$ million)
2013p/ 2006-2013

Host Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia
Lao PDR
Malaysia
Myanmar
Philippines
Singapore
Thailand
Viet Nam

4.76
130
124
5
-7
2
2.3
1,582
26
89

17
165
117
2
70
349
-0.1
1,087
73
250

0
77
531
43
57
349
-0.2
-172
8
53

0
97
359
36
-121
371
-3.3
1,090
25
112

0.01
127
354
46
-6
1,521
0.2
1,190
707
115

0
180
215
278
-15
671
-4
5,856
295
383

0
368
335
0
34
482
-2
3,409
561
190

0
287
591
0
133
793
6
5,407
479
948

22
1,430
2,625
410
144
4,537
-1
19,449
2,174
2,140

ASEAN1/

1,958

2,130

947

1,965

4,052

7,858

5,377

8,644

32,930

(9)

(10)

Source:
ASEAN Secretariat - ASEAN FDI Database as of 15 December 2014.
Data were compiled from submission of ASEAN Central Banks and National Statistical Offices through the ASEAN Working
Group on International Investment Statistics.

Notes:
p/ Preliminary as of date of compilation.
1/ Excludes reinvested earnings in the Philippines and Lao PDR (2011-2013) as geographical breakdown are presently not
available.

Table VI.15.
Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN Member States from Republic of Korea, 2006-2013
(in US$ million)
Host Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia
Lao PDR
Malaysia
Myanmar
Philippines
Singapore
Thailand
Viet Nam
ASEAN1/

2013p/ 2006-2013
(9)

(10)

0.2
27
317
1
70
120
3
347
79
484

0
119
251
15
61
13
14
542
74
1,350

0
203
186
47
16
190
31
124
82
655

0
98
81
6
108
65
14
703
110
613

0
47
340
2
1,461
0
6
931
177
1,336

0
139
725
2
142
0
21
-217
180
750

0
162
692
0
-58
0
4
16
236
658

0
178
981
0
-161
0
2
464
285
1,767

0.2
972
3,571
72
1,639
388
96
2,909
1,224
7,612

1,449

2,439

1,534

1,799

4,299

1,742

1,708

3,516

18,486

Source:
ASEAN Secretariat - ASEAN FDI Database as of 15 December 2014.
Data were compiled from submission of ASEAN Central Banks and National Statistical Offices through the ASEAN Working
Group on International Investment Statistics.
Notes:
p/ Preliminary as of date of compilation.
1/ Excludes reinvested earnings in the Philippines and Lao PDR (2011-2013) as geographical breakdown are presently not
available.

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Table VI.16.
Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN Member States from Australia, 2006-2013
(in US$ million)
Host Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

2013p/ 2006-2013
(9)

(10)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia
Lao PDR
Malaysia
Myanmar
Philippines
Singapore
Thailand
Viet Nam

0.04
3
366
1
14
0
-1.2
149
11
11

0.04
29
309
2
89
0
1
1,710
70
30

0
32
399
6
98
0
1
392
83
80

0.03
5
263
0.01
182
0
-0.3
445
63
36

2.49
37
894
4
7
4
-12.2
2,960
88
17

2
20
487
3
158
12
-0.4
691
67
91

4
23
116
0
539
2
234.9
765
141
6

0.01
19
222
0
155
0.1
3
1,422
129
52

8
169
3,055
16
1,241
19
226
8,533
653
323

ASEAN1/

554

2,240

1,091

994

4,001

1,530

1,831

2,002

14,244

Source:
ASEAN Secretariat - ASEAN FDI Database as of 15 December 2014.
Data were compiled from submission of ASEAN Central Banks and National Statistical Offices through the ASEAN Working
Group on International Investment Statistics.
Notes:
p/ Preliminary as of date of compilation.
1/ Excludes reinvested earnings in the Philippines and Lao PDR (2011-2013) as geographical breakdown are presently not
available.

Table VI.17.
Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to ASEAN Member States from India, 2006-2013
(in US$ million)
2013p/ 2006-2013

Host Country

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

1
0
1
0.02
-1,067
0
1
974
-4
5

0.2
0
-345
0
6
0
0.2
3,016
33
15

0
0
1
0.03
-71
47
-0.4
1,532
-101
98

0
28
6
3
108
-0.01
398
9
1

1
1
6
0
41
14
0
3,408
-1
4

0.3
9
-0.1
-61
2
-2
-2,224
35
10

0
12
7.89
0
-23
0
-0.4
2,178
49
10

0
6
8
0
-25
7
-0.1
1,247
73
1

2
56
-315
3
-1,092
70
-1
10,528
93
146

-89

2,725

1,506

553

3,474

-2,230

2,233

1,317

9,489

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia
Lao PDR
Malaysia
Myanmar
Philippines
Singapore
Thailand
Viet Nam
ASEAN1/

(10)

Source:
ASEAN Secretariat - ASEAN FDI Database as of 15 December 2014.
Data were compiled from submission of ASEAN Central Banks and National Statistical Offices through the ASEAN Working
Group on International Investment Statistics.
Notes:
p/ Preliminary as of date of compilation.
1/ Excludes reinvested earnings in the Philippines and Lao PDR (2011-2013) as geographical breakdown are presently not
available.

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07

CHAPTER

TRANSPORT & COMMUNICATION

Table VII.1. ASEAN Road


Road
Infrastructure

Year

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Total Length

2006

2,713

30,258

393,794

37,150

(km)

2007

2,721

30,391

421,535

37,770

2008

2,738

30,652

437,759

39,550

2009

2,755

39,618

476,337

39,550

2010

2,779

44,919

487,314

39,590

2011

2,879

44,919

496,607

41,030

2012

2,909

51,422

504,184

43,600

2013

51,404

502,724

Length of

2006

2,711

2,241

208,732

4,658

Paved Network

2007

2,373

2,300

256,548

4,734

(km)

2008

2,411

2,342

258,744

5,126

2009

2,448

2,661

271,230

5,434

2010

2,435

2,852

277,755

5,427

2011

2,575

3,881

283,102

5,703

2012

2,707

5,474

283,102

6,496

2013

5,619

285,252

Source:
Data submission from ASEAN Member States under the ASEAN-Japan Transport Partnership Framework
(AJTP) as of November 2013

Graphic VII.1.
Total Number of Vehicles per 1000 Population, 2006-2013
800
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

600

400

200

128

Viet Nam

Thailand

Singapore

Philippines

Myanmar

Malaysia

Lao PDR

Indonesia

Cambodia

Brunei
Darussalam

TRANSPORT & COMMUNICATION

Infrastructure, 2006- 2013

Malaysia

Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

269,900

90,131

104,100

29,209

3,260

222,743

91,892

111,700

29,370

3,300

223,564

90,467

125,400

29,650

3,330

223,859

287,700

123,021

127,900

29,898

3,360

224,493

290,700

135,478

136,749

31,242

3,380

229,435

295,100

157,167

150,816

31,359

3,410

230,926

300,848

182,699

151,298

31,598

3,430

231,620

326,000

205,949

3,453

231,736

163,255

71,292

23,955

3,262

174,264

73,054

24,670

21,006

3,297

175,442

71,875

25,553

21,677

3,325

176,875

153,771

98,368

26,333

22,469

3,356

177,996

188,083

109,625

28,569

24,127

3,377

185,168

190,150

127,517

33,014

24,834

3,412

186,503

197,682

143,012

32,535

25,443

3,426

187,207

216,000

159,784

39,076

3,453

192,712

Note:
- - not available at the time of publication
n.a. - not applicable

Graphic VII.2.
Total Number of Goods Vehicles per 1000 Population, 2006-2013
40
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

30

20

10

129

Viet Nam

Thailand

Singapore

Philippines

Myanmar

Malaysia

Lao PDR

Indonesia

Cambodia

Brunei
Darussalam

TRANSPORT & COMMUNICATION

Table VII.2. ASEAN Road

Road Fleet

Year

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Total Vehicle

2006

179

140

43,313

477

Registration

2007

192

154

54,803

641

in ('000)

2008

206

215

61,685

769

2009

166

307

67,337

886

2010

114

260

76,907

1,009

2011

148

252

85,601

1,090

2012

271

94,373

1,288

2013

282

104,119

1,311

No of Goods

2006

10

3,399

15

Vehicles ('000)

2007

10

4,234

16

2008

4,452

19

Total Vehicles
per 1000 population

Total goods vehicles


per 1000 population

2009

4,498

23

2010

4,688

26

2011

10

4,959

27

2012

5,286

33

2013

5,615

39

2006

491.2

9.9

194.4

83.0

2007

518.5

10.7

242.9

109.2

2008

548.3

16.1

269.9

128.1

2009

436.3

21.8

291.0

144.6

2010

293.8

18.2

323.6

161.3

2011

376.8

17.3

354.9

170.7

2012

18.4

385.5

197.7

2013

18.9

418.5

197.4

2006

27.7

0.2

15.3

2.5

2007

27.5

0.2

18.8

2.6

2008

21.5

0.2

19.5

3.2

2009

17.6

0.2

19.4

3.8

2010

17.5

0.2

19.7

4.1

2011

24.8

0.2

20.6

4.2

2012

0.3

21.6

5.1

2013

0.3

22.6

5.8

Source:
Data submission from ASEAN Member States under the ASEAN-Japan Transport Partnership Framework (AJTP) as of November
2014

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Fleet, 2006- 2013

Malaysia

Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

15,738

992

5,332

799

23,958

656

16,814

1,024

5,530

851

24,738

787

17,970

1,994

5,891

895

25,512

947

19,017

2,068

6,220

926

26,258

1,138

20,189

2,299

6,635

946

27,530

1,274

21,401

2,354

7,139

957

29,205

1,463

22,702

3,614

7,463

970

31,440

1,590

23,819

4,017

974

33,520

836

55

286

144

719

255

871

57

281

151

748

317

909

59

296

156

772

398

936

60

312

158

791

476

966

64

318

158

817

552

998

67

329

160

853

597

1,032

71

342

160

898

651

1,116

111

160

963

592.8

17.6

61.3

181.5

365.4

7.9

621.4

17.8

62.4

185.5

374.6

9.3

651.8

34.2

65.1

184.9

383.7

11.1
13.2

677.2

35.0

67.4

185.7

392.5

706.2

38.5

70.6

186.3

409.0

14.7

736.4

39.0

74.5

184.6

432.0

16.7

769.1

59.3

76.4

182.6

463.0

17.9

795.3

65.2

180.4

491.1

31.5

1.0

3.3

32.7

11.0

3.1
3.8

32.2

1.0

3.2

32.9

11.3

33.0

1.0

3.3

32.2

11.6

4.7

33.3

1.0

3.4

31.7

11.8

5.5

33.8

1.1

3.4

31.1

12.1

6.3

34.3

1.1

3.4

30.9

12.6

6.8

35.0

1.2

3.5

30.1

13.2

7.3

37.3

1.8

29.6

14.1

Notes:
- - not available at the time of publication
n.a. - not applicable

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Table VII.3. ASEAN


Railways, Passenger
and Freight

Year

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Route Length

2006

n.a.

652

4,683

n.a.

(Km)

2007

n.a.

652

4,803

n.a.

2008

n.a.

652

4,782

n.a.

2009

n.a.

652

4,812

n.a.

2010

n.a.

652

4,816

3.5

2011

n.a.

652

4,827

3.5

2012

n.a.

652

4,861

3.5

2013

n.a.

652

3.5

Passenger Carried

2006

n.a.

14

161,291

n.a.

('000)

2007

n.a.

11

168,205

n.a.

2008

n.a.

197,774

n.a.
n.a.

2009

n.a.

207,131

2010

n.a.

201,900

120

2011

n.a.

158,900

120

2012

n.a.

146,500

140

2013

n.a.

140

Passenger-Kilometer

2006

n.a.

1.4

15,438

n.a.

(Mn)

2007

n.a.

1.0

15,872

n.a.

2008

n.a.

0.4

18,511

n.a.
n.a.

2009

n.a.

20,697

2010

n.a.

19,600

0.4

2011

n.a.

17,800

0.5

2012

n.a.

15,300

0.6

2013

n.a.

0.7

Freight-Kilometer

2006

n.a.

93

4.4

n.a.

(Mn ton kilometer)

2007

n.a.

89

4.4

n.a.

2008

n.a.

51

5.5

n.a.

2009

n.a.

30

5.6

n.a.

2010

n.a.

0.03

7.0

2011

n.a.

6.5

2012

n.a.

7.3

2013

n.a.

Source:
Data submission from ASEAN Member States under the ASEAN-Japan Transport Partnership Framework (AJTP) as of November
2014

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Railways Statistics, 2006-2013

Malaysia

Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore1/

Thailand

Viet Nam

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

1,665

4,947

85

138

4,043

2,584

1,665

5,038

85

138

4,043

2,577

1,665

5,125

85

138

4,043

2,577

1,665

5,301

85

148

4,034

2,577

1,665

5,672

195

159

4,034

2,577

1,641

5,844

532

175

4,034

2,547

1,641

5,844

112

178

4,034

2,554

1,641

182

4,034

3,794

73,627

296,000

540,200

48,487

11,600

3,714

73,595

317,000

587,650

45,049

11,600

3,974

75,182

346,000

655,140

47,834

11,300

4,267

72,262

350,000

682,550

47,938

11,100

4,216

68,812

381,910

792,050

44,534

11,200

3,685

66,904

395,540

879,650

44,054

11,900

3,056

54,800

431,200

969,900

41,760

11,820

2,702

1,005,575

37,343

1,237

5,233

2,637

5,898

8,746

4,334

1,310

5,279

2,714

6,322

8,051

4,660
4,560

1,468

5,482

2,962

7,039

8,570

1,521

5,296

2,996

7,196

8,578

4,138

1,529

5,336

7,552

7,880

8,083

4,378

1,426

5,282

9,015

8,448

7,504

4,569

1,216

3,921

9,924

8,967

7,566

4,512

1,081

9,192

6,784

1,318

909

n.a.

2,904

3,447

1,355

828

n.a.

2,688

3,883

1,350

905

n.a.

2,857

4,171

1,384

1,021

n.a.

2,533

3,865

1,483

1,085

n.a.

2,582

3,961

1,535

1,160

n.a.

2,455

4,099

1,539

1,041

n.a.

2,342

3,949

n.a.

2,527

Notes:
1/ Singapore data is based on commuter railway system.
- - not available at the time of publication
n.a. - not applicable

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Table VII.4. ASEAN Domestic Maritime Statistics:


Maritime Port and
Fleet

Year

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

No of Domestic

2006

1,886

n.a.

Ports

2007

1,887

n.a.

2008

1,895

n.a.

2009

1,906

n.a.

2010

2,187

n.a.

2011

2,187

n.a.

2012

2,187

n.a.

2013

n.a.

Domestic Passenger

2006

n.a

7.6

n.a.

Traffic (Mn)

2007

n.a

7.1

n.a.

2008

n.a

7.2

n.a.

Domestic Cargo
Throughput (000 Ton)

2009

n.a

7.7

n.a.

2010

n.a

5.1

n.a.

2011

n.a

5.7

n.a.

2012

n.a

6.7

n.a.

2013

n.a

n.a.

2006

1.8

351

220,780

n.a.

2007

2.7

452

227,955

n.a.

2008

3.8

862

242,890

n.a.

2009

2.0

1,578

286,367

n.a.

2010

4.6

308,990

n.a.

2011

6.5

320,268

n.a.

2012

,-

355,023

n.a.

2013

2,101

n.a.

Source:
Data submission from ASEAN Member States under the ASEAN-Japan Transport Partnership Framework
(AJTP) as of November 2014

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Number of Ports and Fleet, 2006-2013

Malaysia

Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

413

n.a.

235

n.a.

413

n.a.

322

n.a.

14

413

n.a.

235

n.a.

14

413

n.a.

212

n.a.

14

82

n.a.

215

n.a.

13

180

n.a.

216

n.a.

13

211

n.a.

242

n.a.

13

n.a.

242

n.a.

0.37

42.6

n.a.

10.8

0.23

0.38

44.4

n.a.

14.4

0.35

0.34

43.9

n.a.

13.5

0.51

11.5

0.21

43.6

n.a.

12.1

0.30

14.6

0.15

52.7

n.a.

14.0

0.36

14.7

0.09

48.4

n.a.

21.4

0.41

15.0

0.07

53.2

n.a.

22.6

1.25

n.a.

20.2

159,032

1,816

72,840

n.a.

31,574

33,120

164,815

2,180

74,591

n.a.

31,216

42,940

175,249

1,921

72,001

n.a.

29,615

42,810

163,295

1,907

71,484

n.a.

29,311

60,227

183,014

2,519

69,797

n.a.

30,457

75,500

198,290

2,421

74,113

n.a.

41,273

87,941

197,429

2,701

77,474

n.a.

44,261

79,784

203,063

n.a.

45,441

Notes:
- - not available at the time of publication
n.a. - not applicable

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Table VII.5. ASEAN International Maritime Statistics:


Maritime Port and
Fleet

Year

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

No of International

2006

141

n.a.

Ports

2007

141

n.a.

2008

141

n.a.

2009

141

n.a.

2010

141

n.a.

2011

141

n.a.

2012

141

n.a.

2013

n.a.

International Passenger

2006

n.a

0.017

1.56

n.a.

Traffic (Mn)

2007

n.a

0.003

2.06

n.a.

2008

n.a

0.024

1.72

n.a.

2009

n.a

0.040

1.82

n.a.

2010

1.06

0.048

1.72

n.a.

2011

1.00

0.016

1.80

n.a.

2012

0.041

1.93

n.a.

2013

n.a.

International Cargo

2006

1.1

1.6

515.2

n.a.

Throughput (Mn Ton)

2007

1.0

1.8

531.9

n.a.

2008

0.9

2.1

536.5

n.a.

2009

0.9

1.9

551.0

n.a.

2010

1.1

567.2

n.a.

2011

1.0

580.9

n.a.

2012

597.7

n.a.

2013

n.a.

International Cargo

2006

102

231

344

n.a.

Throughput (000 TEU1/ )

2007

99

253

424

n.a.

2008

90

259

433

n.a.

2009

86

208

443

n.a.

2010

92

223

465

n.a.

2011

99

238

525

n.a.

2012

255

551

n.a.

2013

286

n.a.

Source:
Data submission from ASEAN Member States under the ASEAN-Japan Transport Partnership Framework
(AJTP) as of November 2014

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Number of Ports and Fleet, 2006-2013

Malaysia

Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

13

10

13

150

10

13

166

10

13

242

10

22

250

15

35

329

15

38

240

15

1.5

0.007

0.02

0.86

0.303

1.3

0.004

0.04

0.94

0.275

2.3

0.005

0.05

0.92

0.306

2.0

0.003

0.05

1.14

0.348

4.3

0.001

0.04

1.27

0.486

3.1

0.007

0.06

1.33

0.552

2.1

0.006

0.05

0.612

0.705

107

127

11

81.5

449

130

144

11

82.8

484

142

121

154

12

73.9

515

147

136

139

19

78.8

472

132

171

169

20

96.6

503

130

154

188

22

103.7

530

157

155

187

25

118.3

538

178

174

190

561

170

5,227

197

24,792

5,561

2,914

5,663

267

27,936

6,177

3,716

6,047

264

29,918

6,680

4,152

5,684

303

25,867

5,932

4,437

6,464

347

28,431

6,499

5,363

6,720

408

2,970

29,938

7,091

5,823

6,956

478

3,146

31,649

7,056

6,519

7,108

32,579

7,422

Notes:
- - not available at the time of publication
n.a. - not applicable
1/ Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit - standard unit for counting containers of various capacities and

describing the capacities of container ships or terminals; one 20 foot ISO container equals 1 TEU.

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Table VII.6. ASEAN Domestic

Civil Aviation

Year

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

No of Domestic

2006

n.a.

160

Airports

2007

n.a.

160

9
9

2008

n.a.

161

2009

n.a.

161

2010

n.a.

204

2011

n.a.

211

2012

n.a.

216

2013

n.a.

Domestic Passenger

2006

n.a.

159

34,016

167

Traffic (thousands)

2007

n.a.

187

39,162

250

2008

n.a.

182

37,405

263

Domestic Freight
Traffic (thousand ton)

No. of Aircraft

2009

n.a.

143

43,808

243

2010

n.a.

136

51,775

283

2011

n.a.

144

60,197

311

2012

n.a.

172

71,421

463

2013

n.a.

75,210

447

2006

n.a.

0.009

270

0.2

2007

n.a.

0.040

288

0.8

2008

n.a.

0.012

346

0.6
0.4

2009

n.a.

0.008

344

2010

n.a.

0.000

416

0.7

2011

n.a.

0.012

484

2.0

2012

n.a.

0.001

572

0.5

2013

n.a.

536

1.5

2006

n.a.

4.9

339.3

8.9
10.2

Traffic

2007

n.a.

6.4

484.1

(thousands)

2008

n.a.

8.7

341.1

11.0

2009

n.a.

6.5

390.6

11.8

2010

n.a.

5.5

417.7

12.9

2011

n.a.

6.0

504.5

14.3

2012

n.a.

6.3

614.7

19.6

2013

n.a.

629.5

20.6

Source:
Data submission from ASEAN Member States under the ASEAN-Japan Transport Partnership Framework (AJTP) as of November
2014

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Civil Aviation Statistics, 2006-2013

Malaysia

Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

15

60

77

n.a.

29

15

15

60

76

n.a.

29

15

15

60

75

n.a.

29

16

15

30

76

n.a.

29

14

15

30

76

n.a.

29

14

16

30

76

n.a.

29

14

22

30

75

n.a.

29

12

30

n.a.

29

25,238

1,897

15,729

n.a.

24,111

4,550

26,137

1,089

20,947

n.a.

26,614

5,794

27,354

826

22,814

n.a.

24,906

7,025

29,235

773

28,836

n.a.

26,419

8,586

30,791

862

26,550

n.a.

26,934

10,349

34,239

1,381

36,416

n.a.

31,183

11,918

34,431

1,602

41,785

n.a.

36,324

12,159

42,984

1,775

n.a.

41,556

194

0.9

223

n.a.

121.6

77.0

179

2.2

354

n.a.

110.2

84.6

174

0.7

265

n.a.

106.0

90.0

151

3.4

345

n.a.

103.8

100.3

174

0.8

284

n.a.

121.2

123.5

178

0.9

295

n.a.

131.0

129.2

168

1.3

342

n.a.

130.0

121.6

168

2.4

n.a.

106.0

121.5

16.1

254.4

n.a.

216.0

39.6
46.6

203.5

16.8

451.3

n.a.

248.9

331.5

22.3

498.6

n.a.

233.7

54.7

350.9

21.8

267.6

n.a.

219.3

66.6

383.5

23.9

432.6

n.a.

238.7

82.3

416.9

38.1

404.2

n.a.

272.5

102.5

417.3

45.9

912.8

n.a.

316.3

105.3

501.7

50.0

n.a.

367.4

Notes:
- - not available at the time of publication
n.a. - not applicable

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Table VII.7. ASEAN International

Indicator

Year

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

No of International

2006

27

Airports

2007

27

2008

27

2009

27

2010

29

2011

29

2012

29

2013

4
268

International Passenger

2006

1,402

2,340

2,964

Traffic (thousands)

2007

1,448

2,979

3,189

251

2008

1,555

2,879

4,102

238
337

2009

1,528

2,524

5,004

2010

1,699

3,052

6,614

472

2011

2,017

3,481

8,152

372

2012

3,997

9,938

642

2013

10,943

729

Cargo Loaded

2006

14

8.6

77.9

0.4

(thousand ton)

2007

13

10.4

42.3

1.2

2008

13

9.8

42.5

1.7

2009

12

7.3

46.5

0.4

2010

16

8.5

79.5

0.4

2011

17

9.7

72.2

0.9

2012

12.3

90.7

1.0

2013

110.0

1.2

Cargo Unloaded

2006

14.0

109.7

(thousand ton)

2007

15.5

117.0

2008

12.1

153.8

2009

7.8

132.1

2010

11

9.1

158.0

2011

11

1.0

162.2

0.61

2012

15.4

193.6

0.95

2013

192.0

0.4

Aircraft Traffic

2006

23.9

30.7

27.8

(thousands)

2007

22.4

34.5

29.3

2008

26.6

32.7

37.2

2009

24.9

32.2

42.9

2010

29.4

34.1

50.8

2011

27.8

37.4

61.8

2012

40.4

69.9

2013

82.8

Source:
Data submission from ASEAN Member States under the ASEAN-Japan Transport Partnership Framework (AJTP) as of November
2014

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Civil Aviation Statistics, 2006-2013

Malaysia

Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

10

10

17,672

835

10,261

33,368

31,895

7,422

19,738

878

12,132

35,221

35,946

8,558

20,918

837

12,293

36,288

32,855

9,141

22,881

968

12,099

36,089

31,358

8,907
10,726

27,574

1,212

12,381

40,924

35,132

30,462

1,456

12,969

45,429

39,979

11,821

32,397

2,035

16,421

49,910

46,324

13,203

38,032

2,652

52,775

54,005

475.0

5.1

177.7

958

681

99.4

449.0

5.4

177.1

931

711

115.9

413.0

5.9

156.7

905

688

134.4

354.0

7.2

130.4

787

609

129.3

393.0

9.3

163.6

872

752

186.1

375.0

9.6

156.9

882

714

185.7

361.0

7.2

159.3

853

720

216.6

355.5

8.3

842

664

388.0

4.6

126.2

956

442

91.1

370.0

4.7

150.4

966

453

110.5

349.0

6.4

122.2

954

462

120.2

301.0

6.3

121.9

848

400

122.8

352.0

6.4

142.8

941

518

153.3

348.0

6.3

133.6

983

560

163.0

352.0

8.0

183.8

976

588

191.8

373.3

10.7

996

550

148.0

8.0

57.7

214

204

53.9

156.5

8.6

71.6

221

219

62.0

164.7

7.2

69.2

232

212

67.7

184.9

7.9

71.9

240

203

67.4

206.5

11.2

67.3

266

222

75.3

227.9

14.2

72.4

302

253

85.4

241.0

18.4

185.4

325

279

93.3

274.2

25.3

344

329

Notes:
- - not available at the time of publication
n.a. - not applicable

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CHAPTER

TOURISM

Table VIII.1.
Visitor Arrivals by Country of Destination, 2006-2013
(in thousands)

Country of
Destination

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam

158

179

226

157

214

242

209

Share (%)
2013
(10)

225

0.2
4.3

Cambodia

1,700

2,015

2,125

2,162

2,508

2,882

3,584

4,210

Indonesia

4,871

5,506

6,429

6,324

7,003

7,650

8,044

8,802

9.0

Lao PDR

1,215

1,624

2,005

2,008

2,513

2,724

3,330

3,779

3.9

Malaysia

18,472

20,236

22,052

23,646

24,577

24,714

25,033

25,716

26.2

Myanmar

653

732

661

763

792

816

1,059

900

0.9

2,688

3,092

3,139

3,017

3,520

3,917

4,273

4,681

4.8

Philippines
Singapore

9,752

10,288

10,116

9,681

11,639

13,171

14,491

15,568

15.9

Thailand

13,822

14,464

14,597

14,150

15,936

19,098

22,354

26,547

27.1

Viet Nam

3,583

4,150

4,254

3,772

5,050

6,014

6,848

7,572

7.7

ASEAN

56,914

62,285

65,605

65,680

73,753

81,229

89,225

98,001

100.0

ASEAN6

49,763

53,764

56,561

56,976

62,890

68,793

74,404

81,538

83.2

7,152

8,521

9,045

8,705

10,863

12,436

14,821

16,462

16.8

CLMV

Source: ASEAN NTOs, as compiled in the ASEAN Tourism Database as of 31 January 2015

Table VIII.2.
Rate of Growth of Visitor Arrivals by Country of Destination, 2006-2013
(in percent)

Country of
Destination

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2006-2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Brunei Darussalam

24.3

12.9

26.4

-30.3

36.1

13.0

-13.6

7.6

5.2

Cambodia

19.6

18.5

5.5

1.7

16.0

14.9

24.4

17.5

13.8

Indonesia

-2.6

13.0

16.8

-1.6

10.7

9.2

5.2

9.4

8.8

Lao PDR

10.9

33.6

23.5

0.2

25.1

8.4

22.3

13.5

17.6

Malaysia

12.4

9.6

9.0

7.2

3.9

0.6

1.3

2.7

4.8

Myanmar

-1.1

12.1

-9.7

15.4

3.8

3.1

29.7

-15.0

4.7

Philippines

2.5

15.0

1.5

-3.9

16.7

11.3

9.1

9.6

8.2
6.9

9.0

5.5

-1.7

-4.3

20.2

13.2

10.0

7.4

Thailand

Singapore

20.0

4.6

0.9

-3.1

12.6

19.8

17.0

18.8

9.8

Viet Nam

3.3

15.8

2.5

-11.3

33.9

19.1

13.9

10.6

11.3

ASEAN

11.0

9.4

5.3

0.1

12.3

10.1

9.8

9.8

8.1

ASEAN 5

11.8

8.0

5.2

0.7

10.4

9.4

8.2

9.6

7.3

5.6

19.1

6.2

-3.8

24.8

14.5

19.2

11.1

12.6

BCLMV

Source: ASEAN NTOs, as compiled in the ASEAN Tourism Database as of 31 January 2015

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Table VIII.3.
Intra-ASEAN Visitor Arrivals by Country of Destination, 2006-2013
(in thousands)

Country of
Destination

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam

69

85

98

78

110

124

Share (%)
2013
(10)

116

123

0.3

Cambodia

328

410

552

693

853

1,101

1,514

1,832

4.2

Indonesia

2,307

1,523

2,775

2,102

2,339

3,258

2,608

3,516

8.1

Lao PDR

892

1,273

1,286

1,611

1,991

2,191

2,712

3,041

7.0

Malaysia

13,857

15,620

16,637

18,386

18,937

18,885

18,810

19,106

44.2

Myanmar

57

53

463

524

512

100

151

219

0.5

203

236

254

256

298

332

375

422

1.0

The Philippines
Singapore

3,556

3,725

3,571

3,651

4,780

5,372

5,733

6,115

14.1

Thailand

3,556

3,756

4,125

4,075

4,534

5,530

6,463

7,410

17.1

Viet Nam

572

661

516

319

689

838

1,364

1,440

3.3

25,397

27,341

30,276

31,694

35,043

37,733

39,845

43,224

100.0

Intra-ASEAN

Source: ASEAN NTOs, as compiled in the ASEAN Tourism Database as of 31 January 2015

Table VIII.4.
Extra-ASEAN Visitor Arrivals by Country of Destination, 2006-2013
(in thousands)

Country of
Destination

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam

Share (%)
2013
(10)

89

94

128

80

104

118

93

102

0.2

Cambodia

1,372

1,605

1,573

1,469

1,655

1,781

2,070

2,379

4.3

Indonesia

2,564

3,982

3,654

4,222

4,664

4,391

5,437

5,286

9.7

Lao PDR

323

351

719

397

522

532

618

738

1.3

Malaysia

4,615

4,616

5,416

5,260

5,640

5,829

6,223

6,610

12.1

Myanmar

596

679

198

239

279

716

908

681

1.2

2,485

2,856

2,885

2,762

3,222

3,586

3,898

4,259

7.8

Philippines

6,196

6,563

6,545

6,030

6,859

7,799

8,758

9,453

17.3

Thailand

Singapore

10,266

10,709

10,472

10,075

11,402

13,568

15,891

19,136

34.9

Viet Nam

3,012

3,488

3,738

3,453

4,361

5,176

5,484

6,132

11.2

31,518

34,943

35,329

33,986

38,710

43,496

49,380

54,777

100

Extra-ASEAN

Source: ASEAN NTOs, as compiled in the ASEAN Tourism Database as of 31 January 2015

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Table VIII.5.
Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN by Country of Origin and Year during 2006-2013
(in thousands)

Country of Origin

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2006-2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

ASEAN

25,397

27,341

30,276

31,694

35,043

37,733

39,845

43,224

270,553

REST OF THE WORLD

31,518

34,943

35,329

33,986

38,710

43,496

49,380

54,777

322,140

ASIA (Other than ASEAN)

15,992

17,442

17,880

16,112

18,699

22,467

26,333

31,599

166,524

Hongkong

1,030

1,124

839

851

906

1,092

1,299

1,501

8,642

Republic of Korea

3,353

3,539

2,657

2,449

3,286

3,862

4,011

4,871

28,029

Taiwan (ROC)

1,606

1,610

1,514

1,370

1,550

1,808

1,846

2,058

13,362

China

3,335

3,926

4,471

4,202

5,416

7,316

9,283

12,642

50,591

India

1,470

1,814

1,985

2,104

2,478

2,711

2,840

2,922

18,322

Japan

3,368

3,701

3,624

3,214

3,351

3,664

4,275

4,721

29,919

Other Asia

1,830

1,728

2,789

1,924

1,713

2,014

2,779

2,884

17,660

6,428

7,789

8,208

8,163

8,867

9,788

11,088

12,668

73,000

827

846

1,057

1,142

1,261

1,350

1,462

1,690

9,636

1,049

1,125

1,106

1,140

1,243

1,255

1,490

1,446

9,853

300

301

307

302

317

379

384

468

2,758
4,564

EUROPE
France
Germany
Italy
Netherlands

473

501

553

592

598

582

619

645

Scandinavia

809

905

983

858

886

925

992

1,033

7,390

1,129

1,975

2,015

2,106

2,151

2,157

2,314

2,470

16,317

1,842

2,135

2,187

2,023

2,411

3,141

3,827

4,916

22,482

3,180

3,404

3,348

3,142

3,303

3,626

3,872

4,190

28,066

497

544

509

456

499

594

709

763

4,571

2,490

2,537

2,653

2,553

2,680

2,838

2,984

3,174

21,911

192

323

186

132

124

194

179

253

1,584

United Kingdom
Other Europe
AMERICAS
Canada
USA
Other Americas
OCEANIA
Australia
New Zealand
Other Oceania
OTHERS
TOTAL

2,513

2,960

3,312

3,371

3,824

4,386

4,487

4,810

29,662

2,063

2,435

2,905

3,029

3,465

3,926

4,060

4,294

26,175

354

301

320

272

292

390

358

435

2,722

97

225

88

70

67

69

69

81

765

3,405

3,348

2,582

3,199

4,016

3,229

3,599

1,510

24,888

56,914

62,285

65,605

65,680

73,753

81,229

89,225

98,001

592,693

Source: ASEAN NTOs, as compiled in the ASEAN Tourism Database as of 31 January 2015
Note:

Scandinavia: Finland, Norway, and Sweden

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Table VIII.6.
Rate of Growth of Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN by Country of Origin and Year during 2006-2013
in percent

Country of Origin

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2006-2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

ASEAN

9.2

7.7

10.7

4.7

10.6

7.7

5.6

8.5

7.9

REST OF THE WORLD

12.4

10.9

1.1

-3.8

13.9

12.4

13.5

10.9

8.2

ASIA (Other than ASEAN)

17.1

9.1

2.5

-9.9

16.1

20.2

17.2

20.0

10.2

0.7

9.2

-25.4

1.4

6.4

20.5

19.0

15.6

5.5

26.8

5.5

-24.9

-7.8

34.2

17.5

3.9

21.4

5.5

Hongkong
Republic of Korea
Taiwan (ROC)

0.1

0.2

-6.0

-9.5

13.2

16.7

2.1

11.5

3.6

China

10.9

17.7

13.9

-6.0

28.9

35.1

26.9

36.2

21.0

India

18.5

23.4

9.4

6.0

17.8

9.4

4.7

2.9

10.3

Japan
Other Asia
EUROPE
France
Germany

-7.7

9.9

-2.1

-11.3

4.3

9.4

16.7

10.4

4.9

275.3

-5.6

61.5

-31.0

-11.0

17.6

38.0

3.8

6.7

7.5

21.2

5.4

-0.5

8.6

10.4

13.3

14.2

10.2

12.1

2.3

24.9

8.1

10.4

7.1

8.3

15.6

10.8

7.5

7.3

-1.7

3.1

9.0

1.0

18.8

-3.0

4.7

Italy

24.1

0.5

2.0

-1.8

5.2

19.4

1.4

21.9

6.6

Netherlands

28.8

6.0

10.4

7.0

1.0

-2.6

6.3

4.3

4.5

Scandinavia

31.1

11.9

8.5

-12.7

3.3

4.3

7.3

4.1

3.6

-36.7

74.9

2.0

4.5

2.2

0.3

7.3

6.7

11.8

46.6

16.0

2.4

-7.5

19.2

30.3

21.8

28.5

15.1

United Kingdom
Other Europe
AMERICAS
Canada
USA
Other Americas
OCEANIA

12.0

7.0

-1.6

-6.2

5.1

9.8

6.8

8.2

4.0

13.1

9.3

-6.4

-10.4

9.3

19.2

19.3

7.7

6.3

8.0

1.9

4.6

-3.8

5.0

5.9

5.1

6.4

3.5

107.6

67.7

-42.3

-28.9

-6.0

55.8

-7.8

41.6

4.0

7.8

17.8

11.9

1.8

13.4

14.7

2.3

7.2

9.7

1.4

18.0

19.3

4.3

14.4

13.3

3.4

5.8

11.0

New Zealand

44.7

-15.1

6.3

-14.8

7.3

33.7

-8.3

21.4

3.0

Other Oceania

80.4

132.5

-61.1

-20.4

-4.0

3.0

0.5

17.1

-2.5

5.6

-1.7

-22.9

23.9

25.6

-19.6

11.5

-58.0

-11.0

11.0

9.4

5.3

0.1

12.3

10.1

9.8

9.8

8.1

Australia

OTHERS
TOTAL

Source: ASEAN NTOs, as compiled in the ASEAN Tourism Database as of 31 January 2015
Note:

Scandinavia: Finland, Norway, and Sweden

147

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Table VIII.7.
Share in Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN by Country of Origin and Year during 2006-2013
in percent

Country of Origin

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

ASEAN

44.6

43.9

46.1

48.3

47.5

46.5

44.7

44.1

REST OF THE WORLD

55.4

56.1

53.9

51.7

52.5

53.5

55.3

55.9

ASIA (Other than ASEAN)

28.1

28.0

27.3

24.5

25.4

27.7

29.5

32.2

Hongkong

1.8

1.8

1.3

1.3

1.2

1.3

1.5

1.5

Republic of Korea

5.9

5.7

4.1

3.7

4.5

4.8

4.5

5.0

Taiwan (ROC)

2.8

2.6

2.3

2.1

2.1

2.2

2.1

2.1

China

5.9

6.3

6.8

6.4

7.3

9.0

10.4

12.9

India

2.6

2.9

3.0

3.2

3.4

3.3

3.2

3.0

Japan

5.9

5.9

5.5

4.9

4.5

4.5

4.8

4.8

Other Asia

3.2

2.8

4.3

2.9

2.3

2.5

3.1

2.9

11.3

12.5

12.5

12.4

12.0

12.1

12.4

12.9

1.5

1.4

1.6

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.6

1.7

EUROPE
France
Germany

1.8

1.8

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.5

1.7

1.5

Italy

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.4

0.5

0.4

0.5

Netherlands

0.8

0.8

0.8

0.9

0.8

0.7

0.7

0.7

Scandinavia

1.4

1.5

1.5

1.3

1.2

1.1

1.1

1.1

United Kingdom

2.0

3.2

3.1

3.2

2.9

2.7

2.6

2.5

3.2

3.4

3.3

3.1

3.3

3.9

4.3

5.0
4.3

Other Europe
AMERICAS

5.6

5.5

5.1

4.8

4.5

4.5

4.3

Canada

0.9

0.9

0.8

0.7

0.7

0.7

0.8

0.8

USA

4.4

4.1

4.0

3.9

3.6

3.5

3.3

3.2

Other Americas

0.3

0.5

0.3

0.2

0.2

0.2

0.2

0.3
4.9

OCEANIA

4.4

4.8

5.0

5.1

5.2

5.4

5.0

Australia

3.6

3.9

4.4

4.6

4.7

4.8

4.5

4.4

New Zealand

0.6

0.5

0.5

0.4

0.4

0.5

0.4

0.4

Other Oceania

0.2

0.4

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

OTHERS

6.0

5.4

3.9

4.9

5.4

4.0

4.0

1.5

TOTAL

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

Source: ASEAN NTOs, as compiled in the ASEAN Tourism Database as of 31 January 2015
Note:

Scandinavia: Finland, Norway, and Sweden

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Graphic VIII.1.
Trend in Intra and Extra-ASEAN Visitor Arrivals, 2006-2013
100,000
Rest of the World

Number of Visitors (000)

90,000

ASEAN

80,000
70,000
60,000
50,000
40,000
30,000
20,000
10,000
0
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Year

Graphic VIII.2.
Trend in ASEAN Visitor Arrivals by Country Group of Origin, 2006-2013
50,000

Number of Visitor Arrivals (000)

45,000
40,000
35,000
30,000
25,000
20,000
15,000
10,000
5,000
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Year
ASEAN

ASIA (Other than ASEAN)

EUROPE

149

AMERICAS

OCEANIA

OTHERS

TOURISM

Graphic VIII.3.
Rate of Growth of Tourist Arrivals to ASEAN by Country Group of Origin, 2006-2013
30.00

20.00

Rate of Growth (%)

10.00

0.00
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

-10.00

-20.00

-30.00

-40.00

Year
-50.00

-60.00

-70.00

ASEAN

ASIA (Other than ASEAN)

EUROPE

AMERICAS

OCEANIA

OTHERS

Graphic VIII.4.
Share of Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN by Group of Country of Origin, 2006-2013

AMERICAS
4.7%

OCEANIA
5.0%

OTHERS
4.2%

EUROPE
12.3%
ASEAN
45.6%

ASIA (Other than


ASEAN)
28.1%

150

TOURISM

Graphic VIII.5.
Share of Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN6 by Group of Country of Origin, 2006-2013

AMERICAS
4.3%

OCEANIA
5.2%

OTHERS
3.1%

EUROPE
12.5%

ASEAN
47.5%
ASIA (Other than
ASEAN)
27.3%

Graphic VIII.6.
Share of Visitor Arrivals to CLMV by Group of Country of Origin, 2006-2013

OCEANIA
3.8%

OTHERS
10.5%

AMERICAS
7.1%

EUROPE
11.2%

ASIA (Other than


ASEAN)
32.5%

151

ASEAN
35.0%

TOURISM

Table VIII.8. Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN Member States

Country of Origin

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

Malaysia

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

ASEAN

802

7,284

20,428

14,997

140,238

REST OF THE WORLD

808

13,903

34,201

4,201

44,208

ASIA (Other than ASEAN)

24,404

366

6,641

14,100

2,016

Hongkong

11

39

695

190

Republic of Korea

37

2,147

2,363

507

1,995

16

738

1,691

27

1,746

China

207

1,679

3,312

1,097

8,823

India

37

103

1,051

24

4,568

Japan

33

1,330

3,665

275

3,337

Other Asia

25

605

1,325

80

3,744

Taiwan (ROC)

EUROPE

186

3,955

6,651

1,341

7,745

France

12

848

1,064

326

825

Germany

15

493

1,077

177

908

157

178

54

324

Italy
Netherlands

10

181

1,126

79

681

Scandinavia

234

218

92

649

115

804

1,380

276

2,984

21

1,237

1,609

337

1,374
2,761

United Kingdom
Other Europe
AMERICAS

47

1,677

1,720

550

Canada

17

315

178

113

601

USA

29

1,213

1,408

401

1,768

0.30

149

134

36

393

182

872

5,226

266

4,409

131

700

5,052

231

3,731

50

167

150

35

472

4.0

23

206

28

759

6,504

29

4,889

1,610

21,187

54,629

19,198

184,446

Other Americas
OCEANIA
Australia
New Zealand
Other Oceania
OTHERS
TOTAL

Source: ASEAN NTOs, as compiled in the ASEAN Tourism Database as of 31 January 2015

152

TOURISM

by Country of Origin during 2006-2013


(in thousands)

Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

TOTAL

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

2,079

2,375

36,502

39,449

6,399

270,553

4,297

25,953

58,204

101,520

34,844

322,140

1,497

13,961

34,118

50,960

18,461

166,524

31

938

3,030

3,668

34

8,642

189

6,198

3,306

7,085

4,201

28,029

Note:

135

1,128

1,822

3,387

2,673

13,362

591

1,718

11,219

14,043

7,903

50,591

91

290

6,437

5,721

18,322

212

3,082

4,722

9,612

3,651

29,919

249

607

3,581

7,444

17,660

684

2,882

10,893

34,827

3,837

73,000

143

212

1,010

3,690

1,504

9,636

123

476

1,618

4,587

378

9,853

67

123

401

1,348

101

2,758

157

610

1,557

154

4,564

289

719

4,966

211

7,390

97

764

3,759

5,585

553

16,317

239

861

2,776

13,094

935

22,482

238

5,763

4,352

7,199

3,758

28,066

63

852

659

1,363

409

4,571

158

4,859

3,402

5,324

3,348

21,911

17

52

291

513

1,584

97

1,653

8,171

6,681

2,106

29,662

86

1,190

7,135

5,905

2,014

26,175

11

95

904

745

92

2,722

0.2

368

132

31

765

1,780

1,694

670

1,853

6,682

24,888

6,375

28,329

94,706

140,969

41,243

592,693

Scandinavia: Finland, Norway, and Sweden

153

TOURISM

Table VIII.9. Share in Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN Member States

Country of Origin

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

Malaysia

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

ASEAN

49.8

34.4

37.4

78.1

76.0

REST OF THE WORLD

50.2

65.6

62.6

21.9

24.0

ASIA (Other than ASEAN)

22.8

31.3

25.8

10.5

13.2

Hongkong

0.7

0.2

1.3

0.0

0.1

Republic of Korea

2.3

10.1

4.3

2.6

1.1

1.0

3.5

3.1

0.1

0.9

China

12.9

7.9

6.1

5.7

4.8

India

2.3

0.5

1.9

0.1

2.5

Japan

2.1

6.3

6.7

1.4

1.8

Other Asia

1.6

2.9

2.4

0.4

2.0

11.6

18.7

12.2

7.0

4.2

0.8

4.0

1.9

1.7

0.4

Germany

1.0

2.3

2.0

0.9

0.5

Italy

0.3

0.7

0.3

0.3

0.2

Netherlands

0.6

0.9

2.1

0.4

0.4

Scandinavia

0.4

1.1

0.4

0.5

0.4

United Kingdom

7.2

3.8

2.5

1.4

1.6

Other Europe

1.3

5.8

2.9

1.8

0.7

Taiwan (ROC)

EUROPE
France

AMERICAS

2.9

7.9

3.1

2.9

1.5

Canada

1.1

1.5

0.3

0.6

0.3

USA

1.8

5.7

2.6

2.1

1.0

Other Americas

0.0

0.7

0.2

0.2

0.2

11.3

4.1

9.6

1.4

2.4

8.1

3.3

9.2

1.2

2.0

New Zealand

3.1

0.8

0.3

0.2

0.3

Other Oceania

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.1

1.7

3.6

11.9

0.1

2.7

100

100

100

100

100

OCEANIA
Australia

OTHERS
TOTAL

Source: ASEAN NTOs, as compiled in the ASEAN Tourism Database as of 31 January 2015

154

TOURISM

by Country of Origin during 2006-2013


(in percent)

Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

TOTAL

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

Note:

32.6

8.4

38.5

28.0

15.5

45.6

67.4

91.6

61.5

72.0

84.5

54.4

23.5

49.3

36.0

36.1

44.8

28.1

0.5

3.3

3.2

2.6

0.1

1.5

3.0

21.9

3.5

5.0

10.2

4.7

2.1

4.0

1.9

2.4

6.5

2.3

9.3

6.1

11.8

10.0

19.2

8.5

1.4

1.0

6.8

4.1

0.0

3.1

3.3

10.9

5.0

6.8

8.9

5.0

3.9

2.1

3.8

5.3

0.0

3.0

10.7

10.2

11.5

24.7

9.3

12.3

2.2

0.7

1.1

2.6

3.6

1.6

1.9

1.7

1.7

3.3

0.9

1.7

1.1

0.4

0.4

1.0

0.2

0.5

0.1

0.6

0.6

1.1

0.4

0.8

0.1

1.0

0.8

3.5

0.5

1.2

1.5

2.7

4.0

4.0

1.3

2.8

3.7

3.0

2.9

9.3

2.3

3.8

3.7

20.3

4.6

5.1

9.1

4.7

1.0

3.0

0.7

1.0

1.0

0.8

2.5

17.2

3.6

3.8

8.1

3.7

0.3

0.2

0.3

0.4

0.0

0.3

1.5

5.8

8.6

4.7

5.1

5.0

1.4

4.2

7.5

4.2

4.9

4.4

0.2

0.3

1.0

0.5

0.2

0.5

0.0

1.3

0.1

0.0

0.0

0.1

27.9

6.0

0.7

1.3

16.2

4.2

100

100

100

100

100

100

Scandinavia: Finland, Norway, and Sweden

155

TOURISM

Table VIII.10. Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN Member Countries

Country of Origin

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

Malaysia

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

ASEAN

116

1,514

2,608

2,712

18,810

REST OF THE WORLD

93

2,070

5,437

618

6,223

ASIA (Other than ASEAN)

3,896

49

1,075

1,894

313

Hongkong

75

Republic of Korea

304

54

284

93

181

243

China

27

334

618

200

1,559

India

19

177

691

Japan

179

445

42

470

Other Asia

442

93

10

649

Taiwan (ROC)

EUROPE

21

608

777

186

1,047

France

121

179

47

136

Germany

73

152

23

131

Italy

23

44

Netherlands

25

148

88

Scandinavia

31

13

58

11

110

204

36

402

226

94

51

186
327

United Kingdom
Other Europe
AMERICAS

244

207

76

Canada

48

17

87

USA

173

207

53

240

Other Americas

23

14

137

909

39

574

12

118

909

34

508

New Zealand

19

66

Other Oceania

1,650

380

209

3,584

8,044

3,330

25,033

OCEANIA
Australia

OTHERS
TOTAL

Source: ASEAN NTOs, as compiled in the ASEAN Tourism Database as of 30 November 2014

156

TOURISM

by Country of Origin during 2012


(in thousands)

Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

TOTAL

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

Note:

151

375

5,733

6,463

1,364

39,845

908

3,898

8,758

15,891

5,484

49,380

233

2,168

5,359

8,219

3,129

26,333

119

472

605

13

1,299

35

1,031

445

1,153

701

4,011

22

217

282

393

409

1,846

71

251

2,033

2,761

1,429

9,283

17

46

895

986

2,840

48

412

757

1,341

576

4,275

36

91

475

979

2,779

116

434

1,519

5,454

927

11,088

27

34

159

538

220

1,462

20

67

252

664

107

1,490

17

66

188

31

384

22

82

198

46

619

47

113

657

72

992

21

113

446

800

170

2,314

40

134

401

2,410

281

3,827

48

783

616

1,007

557

3,872

38

124

88

193

114

709

653

477

726

444

2,984

51

88

179

21

253

1,188

1,036

316

4,487

18

191

1,050

930

290

4,060

14

124

99

27

358

47

15

69

491

260

76

175

554

3,599

1,059

4,273

14,491

22,354

6,848

89,225

Scandinavia: Finland, Norway, and Sweden

157

TOURISM

Table VIII.11. Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN Member States

Country of Origin

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

Malaysia

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

ASEAN

123

1,832

3,516

3,041

19,106

REST OF THE WORLD

102

2,379

5,286

738

6,610
4,220

ASIA (Other than ASEAN)

53

1,259

2,581

394

Hongkong

113

Republic of Korea

435

344

82

275

Taiwan (ROC)

97

245

286

China

30

463

807

245

1,791

India

24

201

651

Japan

207

492

49

513

Other Asia

25

379

10

704

23

693

1,243

213

1,066

France

131

191

52

145

Germany

82

168

29

137

Italy

25

63

45

Netherlands

28

158

11

84

Scandinavia

33

62

11

66

12

124

229

42

413

271

372

58

176

EUROPE

United Kingdom
Other Europe
AMERICAS

263

333

86

336

Canada

51

57

17

89

USA

185

234

62

247

Other Americas

27

42

15

156

1,072

41

590

14

132

998

35

526

OCEANIA
Australia
New Zealand

21

66

63

Other Oceania

3.7

57

398

225

4,210

8,802

3,779

25,716

OTHERS
TOTAL

Source: ASEAN NTOs, as compiled in the ASEAN Tourism Database as of 31 January 2015

158

TOURISM

by Country of Origin during 2013


(in thousands)

Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

TOTAL

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

Note:

219

422

6,115

7,410

1,440

43,224

681

4,259

9,453

19,136

6,132

54,777

415

2,446

5,891

10,668

3,670

31,599

126

540

694

10

1,501

55

1,166

472

1,292

749

4,871

31

139

350

504

399

2,058

91

426

2,270

4,610

1,908

12,642

21

52

934

1,028

2,922

69

434

833

1,516

604

4,721

141

103

493

1,024

2,884

168

468

1,591

6,156

1,046

12,668

35

39

160

724

210

1,690

28

71

252

580

98

1,446

12

18

67

197

32

468

23

83

210

47

645

49

111

632

67

1,033

33

123

461

848

185

2,470

60

146

458

2,966

407

4,916

67

815

641

1,104

537

4,190

131

93

209

105

763

54

675

492

789

432

3,174

57

106

253

28

277

1,261

1,019

351

4,810

25

213

1,125

906

320

4,294

16

120

107

31

435

48

16

81

253

68

189

528

1,510

900

4,681

15,568

26,547

7,572

98,001

Scandinavia: Finland, Norway, and Sweden

159

TOURISM

Table VIII.12.
Share of Intra-ASEAN Visitor in ASEAN during 2006-2013
(in percent)

Member Countries

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2006-2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Brunei Darussalam
ASEAN

43.4

47.4

43.4

49.4

51.3

51.3

55.4

54.6

49.8

REST OF THE WORLD

56.6

52.6

56.6

50.6

48.7

48.7

44.6

45.4

50.2

ASEAN

19.3

20.4

26.0

32.1

34.0

38.2

42.2

43.5

34.4

REST OF THE WORLD

80.7

79.6

74.0

67.9

66.0

61.8

57.8

56.5

65.6

Cambodia

Indonesia
ASEAN

47.4

27.7

43.2

33.2

33.4

42.6

32.4

39.9

37.4

REST OF THE WORLD

52.6

72.3

56.8

66.8

66.6

57.4

67.6

60.1

62.6

ASEAN

73.4

78.4

64.1

80.2

79.2

80.5

81.5

80.5

78.1

REST OF THE WORLD

26.6

21.6

35.9

19.8

20.8

19.5

18.5

19.5

21.9

ASEAN

75.0

77.2

75.4

77.8

77.1

76.4

75.1

74.3

76.0

REST OF THE WORLD

25.0

22.8

24.6

22.2

22.9

23.6

24.9

25.7

24.0

8.7

7.2

70.0

68.7

64.7

12.3

14.3

24.3

32.6

91.3

92.8

30.0

31.3

35.3

87.7

85.7

75.7

67.4

7.5

7.6

8.1

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.8

9.0

8.4

92.5

92.4

91.9

91.5

91.5

91.5

91.2

91.0

91.6

ASEAN

36.5

36.2

35.3

37.7

41.1

40.8

39.6

39.3

38.5

REST OF THE WORLD

63.5

63.8

64.7

62.3

58.9

59.2

60.4

60.7

61.5

ASEAN

25.7

26.0

28.3

28.8

28.5

29.0

28.9

27.9

28.0

REST OF THE WORLD

74.3

74.0

71.7

71.2

71.5

71.0

71.1

72.1

72.0

ASEAN

16.0

15.9

12.1

8.5

13.6

13.9

19.9

19.0

15.5

REST OF THE WORLD

84.0

84.1

87.9

91.5

86.4

86.1

80.1

81.0

84.5

ASEAN

44.6

43.9

46.1

48.3

47.5

46.5

44.7

44.1

45.6

REST OF THE WORLD

55.4

56.1

53.9

51.7

52.5

53.5

55.3

55.9

54.4

Lao PDR

Malaysia

Myanmar
ASEAN
REST OF THE WORLD
Philippines
ASEAN
REST OF THE WORLD
Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

ALL ASEAN

Source: ASEAN NTOs, as compiled in the ASEAN Tourism Database as of 31 January 2015

160

TOURISM

Graphic VIII.7.
Share of Intra-ASEAN Visitor Arrivals by Host Countries, 2013

Brunei Darussalam
0.28%
Cambodia
4.24%

Viet Nam
3.33%

Thailand
17.14%

Singapore
14.15%

Indonesia
8.13%

Lao PDR
7.04%

Malaysia
44.20%

Philippines
0.98%
Myanmar
0.51%

Gaphic VIII.8. Share of Intra and Extra-ASEAN Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN Countries,
Graphic
VIII.8.
2006-2013
Share of Intra and Extra-ASEAN Visitor Arrivals to ASEAN Countries, 2006-2013

21.88

23.97

50.20
62.61

Share (%)

65.62

54.35

61.46

67.39

72.02
84.49

91.62

78.12

76.03

49.80
34.38

37.39

27.98
8.38

ASEAN

REST OF THE WORLD

161

45.65

38.54

32.61

15.51

TOURISM

Graphic VIII.9.
Trend of Visitor Arrivals in ASEAN6 by Country, 2006-2013
30,000,000

Number of Visitor Arrivals

25,000,000

Brunei Darussalam

Indonesia

Malaysia

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

20,000,000

15,000,000

10,000,000

5,000,000

0
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2012

2013

Year

Graphic VIII.10.
Trend of Visitor Arrivals in CLMV by Country, 2006-2013

8,000,000

7,000,000

Cambodia

Lao PDR

Myanmar

Viet Nam

Number of Visitor Arrivals

6,000,000

5,000,000

4,000,000

3,000,000

2,000,000

1,000,000

0
2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

Year

162

2011

TOURISM

Table VIII.13.
Intra-ASEAN Visitor Arrivals by Country of Origin, 2006-2013
((in thousands))

Country of Origin

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Share
(%)

Rate of Growth
(%)

(10)

(11)

2013

Brunei Darussalam

855

1,238

1,168

1,133

1,453

1,363

1,350

1,368

2006-2013

3.2

6.9
17.1

Cambodia

301

316

166

156

205

736

831

910

2.1

Indonesia

3,429

4,070

4,508

4,430

5,163

5,170

5,812

6,399

14.8

9.3

Lao PDR

329

590

717

790

838

1,047

1,425

1,560

3.6

24.9

Malaysia

3,263

3,134

3,988

3,785

4,597

5,444

5,550

6,446

14.9

10.2

Myanmar

134

191

207

220

250

297

317

376

0.9

15.9

Philippines

969

1,023

1,267

1,259

1,468

1,636

1,789

2,061

4.8

11.4

Singapore

37.9

4.4

Thailand

12,120 12,490 13,379 14,605 14,975 15,773 15,731 16,375


3,229

3,283

3,567

3,890

4,307

4,039

4,334

4,539

10.5

5.0

Viet Nam

769

1,006

1,308

1,427

1,786

2,228

2,705

3,189

7.4

22.5

25,397 27,341 30,276 31,694 35,043 37,733 39,845 43,224

100.0

7.9

Intra-ASEAN

Source: ASEAN NTOs, as compiled in the ASEAN Tourism Database as of 31 January 2015

Table VIII.14.
Visitor Arrivals from USA to ASEAN by Country of Destination, 2006-2013
Number of Visitors ((in thousands))

Country of
Destination

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Share (%)
2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Brunei Darussalam

Cambodia

124

138

Indonesia

131

125

145

148

146

154

174

162

172

202

0.2

173

185

5.8

207

234

7.4
1.9

Lao PDR

47

46

55

39

50

50

53

62

Malaysia

174

205

223

229

233

217

240

247

7.8

Myanmar

18

15

12

15

17

22

54

1.7

Philippines

567

579

578

583

600

625

653

675

21.3

Singapore

400

409

397

371

417

441

477

492

15.5

Thailand

641

624

649

599

612

684

726

789

24.9

386

395

417

404

431

440

444

432

13.6

ASEAN

Viet Nam

2,490

2,537

2,653

2,553

2,680

2,838

2,984

3,174

100.0

ASEAN 5

1,916

1,944

2,025

1,947

2,037

2,172

2,307

2,442

76.9

574

593

629

607

643

666

677

732

23.1

BCLMV

Source: ASEAN NTOs, as compiled in the ASEAN Tourism Database as of 31 January 2015

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Table VIII.15.
Visitor Arrivals from Europe to ASEAN by Country of Destination, 2006-2013
Number of Visitors ((in thousands))

Country of
Destination

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Share (%)
2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Brunei Darussalam

21

21

24

22

26

29

21

23

0.2

Cambodia

300

409

456

463

486

540

608

693

5.5

Indonesia

730

528

925

686

716

1,046

777

1,243

9.8

Lao PDR

139

148

166

130

178

182

186

213

1.7

Malaysia

661

827

1,002

1,142

1,024

975

1,047

1,066

8.4

Myanmar
Philippines

81

75

36

53

66

89

116

168

1.3

251

296

332

347

372

382

434

468

3.7

Singapore

1,210

1,239

1,296

1,294

1,357

1,387

1,519

1,591

12.6

Thailand

2,561

3,622

3,790

3,852

4,442

4,949

5,454

6,156

48.6

Viet Nam

473

624

182

175

199

211

927

1,046

8.3

ASEAN

6,428

7,789

8,208

8,163

8,867

9,788

11,088

12,668

100.0

ASEAN 5

5,435

6,534

7,368

7,342

7,938

8,767

9,252

10,547

83.3

993

1,256

839

821

930

1,021

1,837

2,120

16.7

BCLMV

Source: ASEAN NTOs, as compiled in the ASEAN Tourism Database as of 31 January 2015

Table VIII.16.
Visitor Arrivals from Japan to ASEAN by Country of Destination, 2006-2013
Number of Visitors ((in thousands))

Country of
Destination

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Share (%)
2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Brunei Darussalam

Cambodia

158

162

164

Indonesia

419

474

547

0.1

146

152

162

179

207

4.4

470

406

413

445

492

10.4

Lao PDR

23

30

32

28

34

38

42

49

1.0

Malaysia

354

368

433

396

416

387

470

513

10.9

Myanmar

19

16

10

14

16

21

48

69

1.5

Philippines

422

395

359

325

359

375

412

434

9.2

Singapore

291

595

571

490

529

656

757

833

17.6

1,293

1,249

1,111

983

994

1,126

1,341

1,516

32.1

Thailand

384

411

393

359

442

482

576

604

12.8

ASEAN

Viet Nam

3,368

3,701

3,624

3,214

3,351

3,664

4,275

4,721

100.0

ASEAN 5

2,783

3,084

3,026

2,667

2,707

2,962

3,430

3,793

80.3

584

618

598

547

644

703

845

928

19.7

BCLMV

Source: ASEAN NTOs, as compiled in the ASEAN Tourism Database as of 31 January 2015

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Table VIII.17.
Visitor Arrivals from China to ASEAN by Country of Destination, 2006-2013
Number of Visitors ((in thousands))

Country of
Destination

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Share (%)
2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Brunei Darussalam

20

28

28

16

25

33

27

30

0.2

Cambodia

81

118

130

128

178

247

334

463

3.7
6.4

181

337

373

422

574

618

807

Lao PDR

Indonesia

50

55

106

128

162

151

200

245

1.9

Malaysia

439

689

944

1,020

1,130

1,251

1,559

1,791

14.2

Myanmar
Philippines

25

30

98

102

114

62

71

91

0.7

134

158

164

155

187

243

251

426

3.4

Singapore

1,037

1,114

1,079

937

1,171

1,578

2,033

2,270

18.0

Thailand

1,033

1,003

937

816

1,122

1,761

2,761

4,610

36.5

Viet Nam

516

550

650

528

905

1,417

1,429

1,908

15.1

ASEAN

3,335

3,926

4,471

4,202

5,416

7,316

9,283

12,642

100.0

ASEAN 5

2,663

3,173

3,488

3,316

4,057

5,439

7,250

9,935

78.6

672

753

983

886

1,359

1,877

2,033

2,707

21.4

BCLMV

Source: ASEAN NTOs, as compiled in the ASEAN Tourism Database as of 31 January 2015

Table VIII.18.
Visitor Arrivals from Republic of Korea to ASEAN by Country of Destination, 2006-2013
Number of Visitors ((in thousands))

Country of
Destination

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Share (%)
2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Brunei Darussalam

18

Cambodia

285

330

Indonesia

296

272

267

198

290

343

321

239

282

306

0.05

435

8.9

304

344

7.1

Lao PDR

11

13

267

18

27

35

54

82

1.7

Malaysia

189

225

267

227

264

263

284

275

5.6

Myanmar

18

16

11

13

19

23

35

55

1.1
23.9

Philippines

572

653

612

498

741

925

1,031

1,166

Singapore

455

464

423

272

361

415

445

472

9.7

1,101

1,075

22

621

805

1,014

1,153

1,292

26.5

Thailand
Viet Nam

422

486

449

362

496

536

701

749

15.4

ASEAN

3,353

3,539

2,657

2,449

3,286

3,862

4,011

4,871

100.0

ASEAN 5

2,617

2,694

1,662

1,858

2,454

2,926

3,222

3,551

72.9

736

845

995

590

832

936

790

1,320

27.1

BCLMV

Source: ASEAN NTOs, as compiled in the ASEAN Tourism Database as of 31 January 2015

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Table VIII.19.
Visitor Arrivals from Australia to ASEAN by Country of Destination, 2006-2013
Number of Visitors ((in thousands))

Country of
Destination

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Share (%)
2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Brunei Darussalam

15

15

26

14

17

19

12

14

0.3

Cambodia

11

72

85

85

94

105

118

132

3.1
23.2

Indonesia

227

267

450

539

731

931

909

998

Lao PDR

22

24

28

24

31

32

34

35

0.8

Malaysia

277

320

427

533

581

558

508

526

12.3

10

18

25

0.6

Philippines

Myanmar

101

112

122

132

147

171

191

213

5.0

Singapore

692

768

833

830

880

956

1,050

1,125

26.2

Thailand

538

638

694

646

698

854

930

906

21.1

Viet Nam

173

211

235

218

278

290

290

320

7.4

ASEAN

2,063

2,435

2,905

3,029

3,465

3,926

4,060

4,294

100.0

ASEAN 5

1,851

2,121

2,552

2,694

3,055

3,489

3,600

3,782

88.1

212

314

352

334

410

437

460

512

11.9

BCLMV

Source: ASEAN NTOs, as compiled in the ASEAN Tourism Database as of 31 January 2015

Table VIII.20.
Visitor Arrivals from India to ASEAN by Country of Destination, 2006-2013
Number of Visitors ((in thousands))

Country of
Destination

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Share (%)
2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Brunei Darussalam

0.2

Cambodia

11

12

12

15

19

24

0.8

Indonesia

54

84

102

133

145

154

177

201

6.9

Lao PDR

0.2

Malaysia

279

422

551

590

691

693

691

651

22.3

Myanmar

10

12

17

21

0.7

Philippines

23

27

31

33

35

43

46

52

1.8

Singapore

659

749

778

726

829

869

895

934

32.0

Thailand

430

506

497

597

760

917

986

1,028

35.2

0.0

ASEAN

Viet Nam

1,470

1,814

1,985

2,104

2,478

2,711

2,840

2,922

100.0

ASEAN 5

1,451

1,792

1,963

2,080

2,465

2,681

2,800

2,872

98.3

18

21

22

23

13

31

39

49

1.7

BCLMV

Source: ASEAN NTOs, as compiled in the ASEAN Tourism Database as of 31 January 2015

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09
CHAPTER

AGRICULTURE

Table IX.1.
Agriculture Land and Land Use, 2012
Land area
Country

Agricultural area

Total
Area

Total
Land
Area

Arable
Land

Permanent
Crops

Permanent
Pasture

(000 Ha)

(000 Ha)

(000 Ha)

(000 Ha)

(000 Ha)

Total
Agrc. area
(000 Ha)

% of
Agriculture
Area to
Land Area

Agriculture
Population
(000)

(4)+(5)+(6)
(1)

(2)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

577

527

13

2.5

18,104

17,652

4,100

155

1,500

5,755

32.6

5,226

Indonesia

191,093

181,157

23,500

22,000

11,000

56,500

31.2

49,963

Lao PDR

23,680

23,080

1,450

169

850

2,469

10.7

2,586

Malaysia

33,080

32,855

965

6,500

285

7,750

23.6

1,513

Myanmar

67,659

65,329

10,820

1,465

308

12,593

19.3

20,726

Philippines

30,000

29,817

5,545

5,350

1,500

12,395

41.6

13,571

Singapore

72

70

1.0

51,312

51,089

16,560

4,500

21,860

42.8

18,032

Thailand
Viet Nam
Total

800

33,095

31,007

6,400

3,800

642

10,842

35.0

30,566

448,672

432,583

69,344

43,945

16,888

130,178

30.1

142,186

Source: FAOSTAT website, as of April 2015

Table IX.2.
GDP Share, Employment, Export and Import Share of Agriculture Sector
(in percent)
Country
(1)

Brunei Darussalam

GDP Share*)

Employment Share**)

Export Share

Import Share

2012

2013

2012

2013

2012

2013

2012

2013

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

11.95

15.17
6.25

1.3

1.3

0.05

0.16

Cambodia

25.0

3.00

4.52

6.95

Indonesia

12.5

12.3

35.1

34.8

17.13

17.04

8.55

8.97

Lao PDR

26.9

18.77

21.14

6.68

4.98

7.3

7.2

12.6

12.7

12.02

10.54

8.50

7.67

Myanmar

Malaysia

34.9

35.35

29.60

8.53

8.54

Philippines

11.1

10.4

32.2

9.27

10.92

10.94

10.82

Singapore

0.0

0.0

2.21

2.41

3.37

3.55

Thailand

8.4

8.3

38.9

36.2

14.02

13.50

5.23

5.27

Viet Nam

15.8

17.6

48.4

14.59

12.24

8.05

7.98

10.1

9.6

6.3

6.4

126,680

122,445

77,365

78,829

Total in percent
Total in Million US $

Source:
GDP: ASEAN Macroeconomic Database; Employment share: ASEAN Member State Website
Trade share: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database
Notes:
*) GDP share; based on real (Constant Price) GDP; ASEAN Macroeconomic Database, based on country submission
**) Based on Table III.7

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Table IX.3.
Paddy Production in ASEAN 2004-2013
(in 1000 mt)
Country

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia
Lao PDR

0.95

1.31

1.38

1.51

1.40

1.37

1.65

2.15

4,170

5,986

6,264

6,727

7,174

7,586

8,249

8,779

9,291

9,390

53,666

53,985

54,455

57,157

60,326

64,399

66,469

65,757

69,080

71,280

2,529

2,568

2,664

2,710

2,927

3,035

3,071

3,066

3,489

3,415

Malaysia

2,183

2,312

2,188

2,277

2,353

2,460

2,464

2,665

2,750

2,627

Myanmar

24,725

27,684

30,923

31,449

32,572

n.a.

n.a.

32,064

29,010

27,704

Philippines

14,497

14,603

15,327

16,240

16,816

16,266

15,772

16,684

18,032

18,439

Singapore

29,299

29,387

29,792

30,014

32,119

31,651

32,116

35,584

31,625

38,000

Thailand
Viet Nam
ASEAN

36,149

35,791

35,850

35,918

38,730

38,896

40,006

42,324

43,400

44,076

167,219

172,317

177,463

182,494

193,018

164,293

168,149

206,925

206,680

214,931

Source:
ASEAN Food Security Information System (AFSIS) Database, based on country Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) data submission.
Note:
- not available at the time of publication
n.a not applicable

Graphic IX.1.
Paddy Production in Five Major Paddy Producers, 1993-2013

80,000

Volume (1000 MT)

70,000
60,000
50,000
40,000
30,000
20,000
10,000
0
1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Year
Indonesia

Myanmar

Philippines

169

Thailand

Viet Nam

AGRICULTURE

Table IX.4.
Maize Production in ASEAN 2004-2013
(in 1000 mt)
Country

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia
Lao PDR

0.1

0.1

0.4

0.2

0.5

0.4

257

248

377

523

612

924

773

717

940

927

11,225

12,524

11,609

13,288

16,317

17,630

18,328

17,643

19,387

18,509

204

373

450

691

1,014

1,107

1,021

1,098

1,125

1,214

Malaysia

39

35

38

40

33

35

48

50

52

Myanmar

784

918

1032

1146

1,204

n.a.

n.a.

1,355

1,485

1,526

Philippines

5,413

5,253

6,082

6,737

6,928

7,034

6,377

6,971

7,407

7,377

Singapore

4,124

4,037

3,909

3,539

4,101

4,684

4,855

4,780

4,809

5,061

Thailand
Viet Nam
ASEAN

3431

3756

3819

4251

4,573

4,382

4,626

4,646

4,797

5,193

25,477

27,144

27,317

30,215

34,783

35,797

36,027

37,260

40,003

39,807

Source:
ASEAN Food Security Information System (AFSIS) Database, based on country (MOA) data submission.
Notes:
- not available at the time of publication
n.a not applicable

Table IX.5.
Soybean Production in ASEAN 2004-2013
(in 1000 mt)
Country

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

Brunei Darussalam

Cambodia

110

179

98

118

108

137

157

115

120

131

Indonesia

688

797

748

593

776

975

907

851

843

780

Lao PDR

11

12

10

11

17

11

14

14

Malaysia

167

189

204

217

244

n.a.

n.a.

255

237

238

Philippines

Singapore

232

215

220

211

184

195

170

151

151

76

Myanmar

Thailand
Viet Nam
ASEAN

246

292

258

275

268

214

299

254

178

168

1,449

1,684

1,541

1,425

1,591

1,538

1,544

1,641

1,536

1,409

Source:
ASEAN Food Security Information System (AFSIS) Database, based on country (MOA) data submission.
Notes:
- not available at the time of publication
n.a not applicable

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Table IX.6.
Sugarcane Production in ASEAN 2004-2013
(in 1000 mt)
Country

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

Brunei Darussalam

0.15

0.05

0.09

0.06

0.04

0.10

Cambodia

130

118

142

287

385

350

366

469

574

600

2,052

2,242

2,307

2,588

2,801

2,850

2,290

2,268

2,592

2,551

223

196

218

324

417

1,014

819

1,222

1,056

865

Indonesia
Lao PDR
Malaysia

845

750

765

756

277

275

207

209

49

7,310

7,187

8,168

9,833

9,901

n.a.

n.a.

9,249

9,537

9,413

Philippines

25,579

22,918

24,345

22,235

26,601

22,933

17,929

28,377

26,396

24,585

Singapore

69,808

43,672

56,902

68,641

76,578

74,772

68,808

95,950

101,165

100,096

15,649

14,731

15,679

17,379

16,146

15,246

16,162

17,465

18,984

20,018

121,597

91,814

108,526

122,042

133,105

117,440

106,581

155,209

160,353

158,128

Myanmar

Thailand
Viet Nam
ASEAN

Source:
ASEAN Food Security Information System (AFSIS) Database, based on country (MOA) data submission;
Indonesia figure taken from Indonesia Statistical Yearbook.
Notes:
- not available at the time of publication
n.a not applicable

Graphic IX.2
Sugarcane Production in Five Major Sugarcane Producers, 1993-2013
120,000

Volume (1000 MT)

100,000

80,000

60,000

40,000

20,000

0
1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Year
Indonesia

Myanmar

Philippines

171

Thailand

Viet Nam

AGRICULTURE

Table IX.7.
Cassava Production in ASEAN 2004-2013
(in 1000 mt)
Country

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

Brunei Darussalam

0.05

0.14

0.05

0.09

0.22

0.13

0.21

0.14

0.16

Cambodia

362

536

2314

2215

3,676

3,497

4,249

8,034

7,614

8,000

19,425

19,321

19,987

20,795

21,757

22,039

23,058

24,044

24,177

23,937

Indonesia
Lao PDR

56

51

174

233

262

153

500

743

1,061

1,254

Malaysia

38

32

32

40

35

37

37

39

41

188

202

211

282

334

n.a.

478

607

730

579

Philippines

Myanmar

1,641

1,678

1,757

1,871

1,942

2,044

2,101

2,210

2,223

2,362

Singapore

Thailand

20,209

17,533

24,606

26,777

23,810

30,088

22,006

21,912

24,848

30,228

Viet Nam

5,821

6,646

7,714

7,985

9,310

8,557

8,596

9,875

9,692

9,743

47,739

45,999

56,794

60,198

61,126

66,414

61,025

67,465

70,385

76,101

ASEAN

Source:
ASEAN Food Security Information System (AFSIS) Database, based on country (MOA) data submission
Notes:
- not available at the time of publication
n.a not applicable

Table IX.8.
Rate of Growth of ASEAN Five Major Food Commodities
(in percent)
Products

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

08-13

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

Paddy
Maize
Soybean
Sugarcane
Cassava

3.0

3.0

2.8

5.8

-14.9

2.3

23.1

-0.1

4.0

2.2

6.5

0.6

10.6

15.1

2.9

0.6

3.4

7.4

-0.5

2.7

16.2

-8.5

-7.5

11.6

-3.4

0.4

6.2

-6.4

-8.3

-2.4

-24.5

18.2

12.5

9.1

-11.8

-9.2

45.6

3.3

-1.4

3.5

-3.6

23.5

6.0

1.5

8.7

-8.1

10.6

4.3

8.1

4.5

Source:
ASEAN Food Security Information System (AFSIS) Database, based on country (MOA) data submission.

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Graphic IX.3.
Rate of Growth of ASEAN Five Major Food Commodities, 1995-2013
50.0

40.0

Per cent (%)

30.0

20.0

10.0

0.0
1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
-10.0

-20.0

-30.0

Paddy

Maize

Soybean

173

Sugarcane

Cassava

AGRICULTURE

Table IX.9.
ASEAN Export of Selected Agricultural Products and Inputs, 2010-2013
(in Million US $)
No

Description

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

01

Rice, incld husked and broken rice

02

Banana, fresh

03

Pineaplle Prod excluding fresh

04

Mangoes pineapple fresh, including guava,


manggosteen, etc

05

Oil of Plam

06

Coconut Oil

07

Cake of Coconuts

Rate of Growth
2005-2009

2009-2013

(7)

(8)

7,352

9,178

8,734

7,821

22.0

4.3

338

528

681

1,002

-0.8

28.8

1,016

1,378

1,218

1,086

3.1

10.3

197

293

358

499

9.2

30.2

26,232

35,344

33,546

28,775

24.9

9.7

1,987

2,645

2,166

1,624

-2.0

10.0

107

97

187

290

8.6

40.4
-3.6

08

Soybeans

15

22

16

15.0

09

Sugar and honey

3,332

5,480

3,516

3,707

21.0

7.9

10

Coffee, green, husk, roasted

2,171

3,013

3,745

2,760

17.0

9.7

11

Shrmps, Prwn, lbster, crb, oth crustn, frsh,


chld, frz

4,595

5,067

3,992

4,728

-0.7

7.9

12

Tobacco

2,070

2,330

2,645

2,857

6.8

13.0

20,555

32,977

22,456

20,414

2.6

20.5

1,176

1,705

1,957

1,983

12.6

19.4

781

867

1,028

1,206

-19.1

64.1

13

Crude Rubber

14

Fertilizers, manufactured

15

Insecticides, fungcd, herbicd, disinfectn &


rodenticd

Source:
ASEAN Trade Statistics Database

174

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Table IX.10.
ASEAN Import of Selected Agricultural Products and Inputs, 2010-2013
(in Million US $)
Rate of Growth

Selcom

Description

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

6,344

2,902

2,360

1,321

22.7

-10.3

11

32

40

-38.6

113.0

01

Rice, incld husked and broken rice

02

Banana, fresh

2005-2009

2009-2013

(7)

(8)

03

Pineaplle Prod excluding fresh

470

18

15

17

-13.4

18.8

04

Mangoes pineapple fresh, including guava,


manggosteen, etc

188

136

175

241

20.5

21.0

05

Oil of Plam

2,232

3,745

3,260

1,689

29.2

4.4

06

Coconut Oil

239

335

286

180

-4.7

7.3

07

Cake of Coconuts

23

28

35

40

35.2

17.7

08

Soybeans

1,656

2,923

3,288

3,257

13.6

18.7

09

Sugar and honey

5,254

4,195

2,940

3,956

10.4

18.4

10

Coffee, green, husk, roasted

264

455

546

482

16.5

22.9

11

Shrmps, Prwn, lbster, crb, oth crustn, frsh,


chld, frz

1,407

504

456

767

-9.3

23.4

12

Tobacco

1,929

2,263

2,944

2,955

6.8

13.1
15.1

13

Crude Rubber

7,403

3,198

3,166

2,886

18.3

14

Fertilizers, manufactured

5,453

9,694

10,293

8,829

14.8

17.2

15

Insecticides, fungcd, herbicd, disinfectn &


rodenticd

1,176

1,966

2,209

2,538

-22.1

66.6

Source:
ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 20 December 2013

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Table IX.11. ASEAN Exports of Selected Agricultural

No

Description

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

01

Rice, incld husked and broken rice

02

Banana, fresh

0.00

139.36

1.19

17.96

0.87

03

8.26

Pineaplle Prod excluding fresh

0.00

0.01

176.60

0.01

04

Mangoes pineapple fresh, including guava,


manggosteen, etc

0.00

0.00

19.93

0.09

05

Oil of Plam

0.02

14.89

17,602.17

06

Coconut Oil

0.00

947.74

07

Cake of Coconuts

0.00

61.45

0.03

08

Soybeans

0.03

1.59

09

Sugar and honey

0.22

0.46

206.16

15.17

10

Coffee, green, husk, roasted

0.00

0.01

1,249.47

138.42

11

Shrmps, Prwn, lbster, crb, oth crustn, frsh, chld, frz

0.03

0.85

1,150.17

12

Tobacco

0.00

23.00

793.74

22.82

13

Crude Rubber

0.00

166.54

7,864.53

21.55

14

Fertilizers, manufactured

0.00

0.01

549.89

11.94

15

Insecticides, fungcd, herbicd, disinfectn &


rodenticd

0.00

0.01

249.58

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database

Table IX.12. ASEAN Imports of Selected Agricultural

No

Description

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

01

Rice, incld husked and broken rice

44.91

16.32

945.62

02

Banana, fresh

1.31

0.01

1.14

03

Pineaplle Prod excluding fresh

0.54

0.07

0.32

04

Mangoes pineapple fresh, including guava,


manggosteen, etc

2.58

3.42

27.38

0.12

05

Oil of Plam

2.48

1.53

0.83

0.92

06

Coconut Oil

0.02

0.01

0.80

0.00

07

Cake of Coconuts

0.02

08

Soybeans

1,211.23

09

Sugar and honey

5.15

30.24

1,699.68

3.40

10

Coffee, green, husk, roasted

0.81

2.13

117.19

0.01

11

Shrmps, Prwn, lbster, crb, oth crustn, frsh, chld, frz

2.43

54.84

0.02

12

Tobacco

3.03

261.84

764.63

22.49

13

Crude Rubber

0.00

0.14

70.68

4.29

14

Fertilizers, manufactured

3.81

153.38

2,821.10

58.39

15

Insecticides, fungcd, herbicd, disinfectn &


rodenticd

3.10

29.87

292.96

2.80

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database

176

1.33

AGRICULTURE

Products and Inputs by Countries, 2012


(in Million US $)
Malaysia

Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

Total

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

0.55

331.14

1.27

57.39

4,631.61

3,553.51

6.85

0.24

647.88

0.17

13.38

2.96

8,733.99
680.61

6.87

285.30

9.64

722.74

16.35

1,217.52

11.25

14.33

172.29

2.53

131.08

6.48

357.98

15,411.54

0.04

31.04

116.00

306.23

64.46

33,546.37

181.40

1,016.09

15.14

1.72

3.85

2,165.94

0.44

122.05

2.71

0.64

187.32

0.13

0.47

1.63

0.06

3.91

280.65

17.53

98.47

238.76

2,467.99

190.43

3,515.83

5.71

0.03

0.19

48.56

6.25

2,296.79

3,745.42

12.15

78.97

58.14

25.70

1,511.53

1,154.78

3,992.31

436.40

6.89

166.44

830.89

112.77

252.22

2,645.17

2,547.56

241.62

61.63

314.43

8,745.80

2,492.23

22,455.89

553.88

118.87

14.79

136.67

571.39

1,957.45

304.46

0.10

3.15

206.99

151.55

112.07

1,027.91

Products and Inputs by Countries, 2012


(in Million US $)
Malaysia

Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

Total

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

607.48

0.21

424.02

257.56

11.56

51.20

2,360.22

2.57

0.02

23.94

3.38

0.09

32.47

1.27

0.04

0.37

11.20

1.12

0.17

15.11

65.13

0.04

0.57

48.04

4.68

23.01

174.98

1,703.75

2.10

34.30

874.89

44.06

594.86

3,259.72

233.83

0.00

42.09

8.32

1.39

286.46

0.20

0.32

0.01

0.00

34.53

35.08

0.37

15.14

1,282.02

779.32

3,288.09
2,939.76

187.34

14.78

212.03

410.39

139.31

237.44

178.97

0.02

69.83

88.19

68.85

19.72

545.71

50.37

0.01

0.53

170.30

70.42

107.53

456.44
2,944.37

550.13

22.59

165.40

753.03

154.80

246.43

2,496.16

12.95

0.11

322.76

8.35

250.88

3,166.30

1,943.11

145.52

627.57

20.16

2,827.10

1,693.28

10,293.43

193.46

29.06

232.30

100.65

626.27

698.48

2,208.97

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Table IX.13. ASEAN Exports of Selected Agricultural

No

Description

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

01

Rice, incld husked and broken rice

02

Banana, fresh

0.00

257.56

1.19

11.25

2.97

61.48

03

Pineaplle Prod excluding fresh*)

157.22

0.02

04

Mangoes pineapple fresh, including guava,


manggosteen, etc

0.00

7.67

0.33

05

Oil of Plam

0.02

16.05

15,838.85

06

Coconut Oil

527.53

07

Cake of Coconuts

46.70

0.02

08

Soybeans

0.78

0.46

0.01

09

Sugar and honey

0.48

52.55

242.73

2.37

10

Coffee, green, husk, roasted

0.06

1,173.93

75.38

11

Shrmps, Prwn, lbster, crb, oth crustn, frsh, chld, frz

1.40

0.75

1,438.74

12

Tobacco

18.68

931.30

51.55

13

Crude Rubber

0.00

176.26

6,910.66

36.62

14

Fertilizers, manufactured

0.02

675.53

3.71

15

Insecticides, fungcd, herbicd, disinfectn &


rodenticd

0.00

317.45

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 20 December 2013

Table IX.14. ASEAN Imports of Selected Agricultural

No

Description

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

01

Rice, incld husked and broken rice

21.94

6.03

246.00

02

Banana, fresh

1.99

0.27

2.40
-

03

Pineaplle Prod excluding fresh*)

0.38

0.07

0.26

0.00

04

Mangoes pineapple fresh, including guava,


manggosteen, etc

3.92

1.67

37.87

0.00

05

Oil of Plam

2.24

1.32

46.98

0.97

06

Coconut Oil

0.01

0.01

2.34

0.02
0.01

07

Cake of Coconuts

0.00

0.08

08

Soybeans

0.80

0.00

1,101.56

0.19

09

Sugar and honey

8.39

26.07

1,829.94

10.78

10

Coffee, green, husk, roasted

1.70

1.23

38.84

0.12

11

Shrmps, Prwn, lbster, crb, oth crustn, frsh, chld, frz

7.45

0.23

63.33

0.03

12

Tobacco

0.23

201.50

723.57

21.20

13

Crude Rubber

0.00

0.67

52.23

0.37

14

Fertilizers, manufactured

4.13

142.96

1,867.08

46.30

15

Insecticides, fungcd, herbicd, disinfectn &


rodenticd

2.64

26.16

409.46

4.02

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 20 December 2013

178

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Products and Inputs by Countries, 2013


(in Million US $)

Malaysia

Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

Total

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

6.55

429.02

6.14

69.61

4,420.45

2,618.99

7.13

1.48

912.70

0.14

12.84

3.40

7,820.76
1,002.13

6.68

239.48

8.30

658.01

15.84

1,085.55

16.77

23.54

215.80

3.28

182.28

49.24

498.92

12,291.86

50.35

95.54

433.74

48.42

28,774.82

130.64

950.55

10.58

3.69

1.14

1,624.14

0.52

239.86

0.06

2.61

0.60

290.36

10.94

0.16

0.56

2.37

0.68

15.96

280.03

48.13

56.98

201.21

2,401.42

421.49

3,707.39
2,759.84

6.02

0.56

0.16

44.36

2.79

1,456.57

336.93

94.97

69.00

29.12

996.57

1,760.63

4,728.11

374.44

6.18

218.70

891.48

98.53

266.18

2,857.05

2,231.11

239.32

72.13

187.52

8,233.51

2,326.75

20,413.88

629.53

0.71

132.15

8.81

121.42

411.45

1,983.33

356.95

0.02

1.90

250.01

174.63

104.60

1,205.55

not available at the time of publication

Products and Inputs by Countries, 2013


(in Million US $)

Malaysia

Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

Total

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

172.09

309.20

12.95

46.13

1,320.89

27.62

3.57

0.12

40.42

503.91

0.25

6.84

0.01

1.58

0.06

0.63

9.87

3.58

0.25

16.68

71.52

1.41

0.08

52.24

5.42

66.70

240.84

560.89

43.89

24.01

487.88

0.15

520.35

1,688.67

133.28

4.08

0.13

34.71

2.54

2.67

179.80

0.12

0.00

0.07

0.15

0.00

39.69

40.13

350.99

0.11

16.85

1,018.38

768.25

3,257.14

1,024.90

34.18

250.79

362.51

172.17

236.28

3,956.00

206.03

0.03

55.47

70.85

78.42

29.40

482.09

193.61

0.08

1.18

182.92

116.77

201.72

767.32

526.23

36.97

197.73

808.71

172.61

266.57

2,955.32

2,480.08

0.54

0.16

176.24

6.63

168.70

2,885.63

1,790.98

200.57

565.75

12.93

2,495.70

1,702.27

8,828.69

198.39

31.36

139.34

142.44

799.17

784.70

2,537.68

not available at the time of publication

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Table IX.15.
ASEAN Major Markets of Agricultural Export Commodities, 2012 - 2013

Major Markets
(1)

2012
Value (Mn US $)

Share (%)

(2)

(3)

Major Markets
(4)

ASEAN

29,298

23.1

ASEAN

China

15,989

12.6

EU-28

14,688

11.6

USA

10,776

Japan

10,171

2013
Value (Mn US $)

Share (%)

(5)

(6)

26,475

21.6

China

16,625

13.6

EU-28

14,605

11.9

8.5

USA

11,182

9.1

8.0

Japan

9,587

7.8

9,279

7.3

India

7,653

6.3

Korea, Republic of

2,934

2.3

Australia

2,908

2.4

Pakistan

2,395

1.9

Korea, Republic of

2,858

2.3

Australia

2,387

1.9

Pakistan

2,291

1.9

India

Hong Kong
Top 10
Others
Total

2,163

1.7

100,079

79.0

Top 10

Hong Kong

26,602

21.0

Others

126,680

100.0

Total

2,203

1.8

96,386

78.7

26,059

21.3

122,445

100.0

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 20 December 2013

Table IX.16.
ASEAN Major Origin of Agricultural Import Commodities, 2012 - 2013

Major Origin
(1)

ASEAN

2012
Value (Mn US $)

Share (%)

(2)

(3)

Major Origin
(4)

2013
Value (Mn US $)

Share (%)

(5)

(6)

23,073

29.8

ASEAN

USA

8,430

10.9

USA

9,245

11.7

EU-28

7,402

9.6

EU-28

8,322

10.6

Australia

6,795

8.8

China

6,833

8.7

China

6,567

8.5

Australia

6,375

8.1

Argentina

4,390

5.7

Argentina

5,468

6.9

Brazil

4,305

5.6

Brazil

5,197

6.6

India

4,152

5.4

India

4,615

5.9

New Zealand

2,547

3.3

New Zealand

2,856

3.6

Canada

1,229

1.6

Canada

1,458

1.8

68,889

89.0

Top 10

70,253

89.1

Top 10
Others
Total

8,476

11.0

77,365

100.0

Others
Total

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 20 December 2013

180

19,885

25.2

8,576

10.9

78,829

100.0

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Graphic IX.4.
Share of ASEAN Major Markets of Agricultural Commodities, 2013

ASEAN
21.6%

Others
21.3%
Hong Kong
1.8%

China
13.6%

Pakistan
1.9%

USA
9.1%

EU-28
11.9%

Korea, Republic of
2.3%
Australia
2.4%

Japan
7.8%

India
6.3%

Graphic IX.5.
Share of ASEAN Major Markets of Agricultural Commodities, 2012

Others
21.0%

ASEAN
23.1%

Hong Kong
1.7%

Australia
1.9%

EU-28
11.6%

Pakistan
1.9%
Korea, Republic of
2.3%

India
7.3%

USA
8.5%

Japan
8.0%

181

China
12.6%

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Graphic IX.6.
Share of ASEAN Major Origin of Agricultural Commodities, 2013

Others
10.9%

Canada
1.8%

ASEAN
25.2%

New Zealand
3.6%

India
5.9%

USA
11.7%

Brazil
6.6%
Argentina
6.9%

EU-28
10.6%

Australia
8.1%

China
8.7%

Graphic IX.7.
Share of ASEAN Major Origin of Agricultural Commodities, 2012

New Zealand
3.3%

Canada
1.6%

Others
11.0%

ASEAN
29.8%

India
5.4%

Brazil
5.6%

USA
10.9%

Argentina
5.7%
China
8.5%

Australia
8.8%

182

EU-28
9.6%

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Table IX.17.
ASEAN Major Markets of Selected Agricultural Export Commodities
Selected Products/
2010 Top 3 Countries
(1)

2010

2011

2012

2013

Value
(Mn US $)

Share
(%)

Value
(Mn US $)

Share
(%)

Value
(Mn US $)

Share
(%)

Value
(Mn US $)

Share
(%)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Rice, husked and broken


ASEAN

2,453.7

33.4

4,637.6

50.5

2,110.9

24.2

1,237.4

Nigeria

639.2

8.7

229.8

2.5

694.6

8.0

94.2

1.2

USA

451.7

6.1

520.5

5.7

434.6

5.0

489.1

6.3

3,544.6

48.2

5,387.8

58.7

3,240.1

37.1

1,820.6

23.3
32.9

Top 3

15.8

Banana, fresh
Japan

170.0

50.2

253.3

48.0

309.5

45.5

330.0

Iran

38.8

11.5

25.1

4.8

19.8

2.9

28.2

2.8

China

35.7

10.6

79.7

15.1

102.7

15.1

196.1

19.6

Top 3

244.5

72.3

358.1

67.9

432.0

63.5

554.3

55.3

Pineapple products
EU-28

360.5

35.5

480.4

34.8

382.0

31.4

316.0

29.1

USA

340.8

33.5

388.1

28.2

400.2

32.9

392.0

36.1

Japan

47.6

4.7

55.8

4.1

52.4

4.3

41.9

3.9

Top 3

748.9

73.7

924.3

67.1

834.6

68.5

750.0

69.1

Palm Oil
India

5,186.9

19.8

6,886.0

19.5

7,211.8

21.5

6,130.2

21.3

China

4,146.8

15.8

5,696.7

16.1

5,312.8

15.8

4,001.0

13.9

4,021.3

11.4

4,451.3

13.3

EU-28

3,490.8

13.3

4,207.2

14.6

Top 3

12,824.5

48.9 16,604.0

47.0 16,975.9

50.6 14,338.5

49.8

Coconut Oil
EU-28

698.6

35.2

898.9

34.0

716.4

33.1

473.4

29.1

USA

509.2

25.6

725.7

27.4

542.6

25.1

506.1

31.2

244.0

12.3

305.0

11.5

346.3

16.0

239.0

14.7

1,451.8

73.1

1,929.6

73.0

1,605.3

74.1

1,218.4

75.0

ASEAN
Top 3
Shrimps, prawns, lobster, oth crust
USA

1,738.9

37.8

1,863.6

36.8

1,450.4

36.3

1,596.0

33.8

Japan

1,226.6

26.7

1,343.7

26.5

1,124.1

28.2

1,108.6

23.4

EU-28

620.5

13.5

638.6

12.6

393.6

9.9

422.2

8.9

Top 3

3,586.0

78.0

3,845.9

75.9

2,968.0

74.3

3,126.9

66.1

Tobacco
ASEAN

1,332.4

64.4

1,510.8

64.8

1,767.7

66.8

1,932.0

67.6

EU-28

162.4

7.8

152.4

6.5

131.8

5.0

157.3

5.5

Korea, Republic of

108.2

5.2

112.3

4.8

81.0

3.1

74.4

2.6

1,603.1

77.4

1,775.5

76.2

1,980.6

74.9

2,163.7

75.7

China

6,257.2

30.4

8,889.3

27.0

7,449.1

33.2

7,470.9

36.6

EU-28

2,991.1

14.6

4,264.2

12.9

2,851.5

12.7

2,389.9

11.7

USA

2,505.2

12.2

3,230.3

9.8

2,658.7

11.8

2,159.2

10.6

Top 3

11,753.5

57.2 16,383.9

57.7 12,020.0

58.9

Top 3
Crude Rubber

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database

183

49.7 12,959.3

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Table IX.18.
ASEAN Major Origins of Selected Agricultural Import Commodities
Selected Products/
2010 Top 3 Countries
(1)

2010

2011

2012

2013

Value
(Mn US $)

Share
(%)

Value
(Mn US $)

Share
(%)

Value
(Mn US $)

Share
(%)

Value
(Mn US $)

Share
(%)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Rice, husked and broken


ASEAN

3,064.3

48.3

2,662.4

91.7

1,904.6

80.7

992.8

USA

325.3

5.1

11.9

0.4

17.0

0.7

14.5

75.2
1.1

China

196.9

3.1

71.1

2.4

54.4

2.3

41.4

3.1

Top 3

3,586.5

56.5

2,745.3

94.6

1,976.0

83.7

1,048.7

79.4

Banana, fresh
ASEAN

6.4

56.3

5.6

98.5

31.6

97.3

39.6

97.9

China

1.9

17.0

0.1

1.4

0.4

1.2

0.2

0.5

India

0.1

1.2

0.0

0.4

1.3

0.6

1.5

Top 3

8.5

74.5

5.7

99.9

32.4

99.7

40.3

99.8

EU-28

183.2

39.0

11.5

65.5

0.4

2.6

0.4

2.6

USA

115.3

24.5

0.3

1.7

0.1

0.5

0.1

0.4

Pineapple products *)

Japan

22.0

4.7

0.1

0.6

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Top 3

320.5

68.2

11.9

67.8

0.5

3.0

0.5

3.0
98.0

Palm Oil
ASEAN

2,171.4

97.3

3,695.6

98.7

3,226.3

99.0

1,655.4

Papua New Guinea

24.8

1.1

40.8

1.1

22.2

0.7

17.5

1.0

India

17.7

0.8

7.3

0.2

0.2

0.0

14.9

0.9

2,213.9

99.2

3,743.7

100.0

3,248.6

99.7

1,687.9

100.0
86.3

Top 3
Coconut Oil
ASEAN

230.4

96.3

298.4

89.0

256.5

89.6

155.2

Papua New Guinea

5.9

2.5

17.2

5.1

4.8

1.7

4.2

2.3

Australia

1.6

0.7

14.0

4.2

12.1

4.2

9.3

5.2

237.9

99.4

329.6

98.3

273.4

95.4

168.7

93.8

Top 3
Shrimps, prawns, lobster, oth crust
USA

445.3

31.6

20.6

4.1

33.5

7.3

31.3

4.1

Japan

218.2

15.5

8.4

1.7

3.9

0.9

6.0

0.8

ASEAN

204.6

14.5

224.1

44.5

268.1

58.7

222.7

29.0

Top 3

868.1

61.7

253.2

50.2

305.5

66.9

259.9

33.9

Tobacco
ASEAN

829.8

43.0

879.1

38.8

1,161.3

39.4

1,128.6

38.2

China

363.4

18.8

504.8

22.3

611.2

20.8

583.2

19.7

EU-28

148.7

7.7

169.3

7.5

222.5

7.6

224.5

7.6

Top 3

1,342.0

69.6

1,553.3

68.6

1,995.0

67.8

1,936.3

65.5

Crude Rubber
ASEAN

3,144.1

42.5

2,790.1

87.2

2,804.3

88.6

2,518.6

87.3

China

1,549.2

20.9

4.4

0.1

17.1

0.5

17.4

0.6

Japan

679.2

9.2

7.8

0.2

3.7

0.1

2.2

0.1

Top 3

5,372.5

72.6

2,802.3

87.6

2,825.1

89.2

2,538.3

88.0

Source:
ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 20 December 2013
Notes:
- not available at the time of publication

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Table IX.19.
ASEAN Major Markets of Export of Selected Agricultural Inputs

Selected Products/
2010 Top 5 Countries
(1)

2010

2011

2012

2013

Value
(Mn US $)

Share
(%)

Value
(Mn US $)

Share
(%)

Value
(Mn US $)

Share
(%)

Value
(Mn US $)

Share
(%)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Fertiliser
855.0

72.7

1,203.7

70.6

1,227.4

62.7

1,196.0

60.3

India

ASEAN

83.5

7.1

68.3

4.0

60.4

3.1

97.7

4.9

Australia

43.3

3.7

92.4

5.4

154.1

7.9

144.7

7.3

Japan

39.7

3.4

56.7

3.3

70.8

3.6

65.9

3.3

Brazil

32.1

2.7

11.3

0.7

24.8

1.3

18.6

0.9

Top 5

1,053.7

89.6

1,432.5

84.0

1,537.5

78.5

1,522.9

76.8

ASEAN

396.1

50.7

485.4

56.0

523.5

50.9

600.6

49.8

China

127.4

16.3

101.1

11.7

156.2

15.2

176.8

14.7

Japan

32.8

4.2

43.2

5.0

45.2

4.4

53.1

4.4

Sri Lanka

28.7

3.7

31.8

3.7

24.5

2.4

34.6

2.9

Agriculture Pesticides

Australia
Top 5

27.2

3.5

26.3

3.0

37.0

3.6

77.9

6.5

612.1

78.3

687.9

79.3

786.4

76.5

943.0

78.2

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database

Table IX.20.
ASEAN Major Origins of Import of Selected Agricultural Inputs

Selected Products/
2010 Top 5 Countries
(1)

2010

2011

2012

2013

Value
(Mn US $)

Share
(%)

Value
(Mn US $)

Share
(%)

Value
(Mn US $)

Share
(%)

Value
(Mn US $)

Share
(%)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Fertiliser
China

1,257.1

23.1

2,140.5

22.1

2,378.0

23.1

2,027.5

EU-28

754.5

13.8

857.9

8.8

938.6

9.1

660.9

7.5

ASEAN

698.0

12.8

986.8

10.2

1,116.6

10.8

1,072.7

12.1

Canada

625.5

11.5

1,260.8

13.0

1,224.3

11.9

1,198.6

13.6

Russia

376.8

6.9

1,097.5

11.3

1,125.4

10.9

774.9

8.8

3,712.0

68.1

6,343.5

65.4

6,782.9

65.9

5,734.5

65.0

China

434.3

36.9

770.5

39.2

855.3

38.7

1,063.4

41.9

ASEAN

289.2

24.6

375.3

19.1

459.9

20.8

466.3

18.4

EU-28

192.2

16.3

317.1

16.1

299.2

13.5

343.0

13.5

USA

71.1

6.0

103.7

5.3

120.6

5.5

148.1

5.8

Japan

52.2

4.4

86.8

4.4

82.7

3.7

80.6

3.2

Top 5

1,039.0

88.3

1,653.4

84.1

1,817.8

82.3

2,101.4

82.8

Top 5

23.0

Agriculture Pesticides

Source: ASEAN Trade Statistics Database

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Table IX.21. ASEAN Export of Fishery Products


HS Code

0301

0302

0303

0304

Description

(Fish, live)

(Fish, fresh or chilled


(excluding fillets or
other fish meat))

(Fish, frozen (excluding


fillets or other fish
meat))

(Fish fillets & other fish


meat, fresh, chilled or
frozen (whether or not
minced))

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

403.3
313.2
204.5
184.5
189.8
341.6
473.9
479.7
462.9
629.8
805.0
673.9
882.3
1,060.5
1,130.1
982.3

219.9
273.0
329.1
349.5
399.3
486.2
661.3
818.2
1,129.7
1,396.9
1,785.0
1,426.5
1,892.3
2,299.2
2,762.5
2,568.7

1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013

58.2
84.0
96.2
105.2
100.4
140.6
184.2
196.1
186.6
237.6
244.5
245.5
291.6
313.0
416.9
447.7

205.1
294.1
284.2
265.8
277.9
276.8
367.8
401.5
356.4
522.0
520.0
497.9
530.5
584.8
754.7
596.7

Source:
ASEAN Trade Statistics Database

Table IX.22. ASEAN Export of Fishery Products,


Country

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

(1)

(2)

(3)

1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013

0.2
0.1
0.2
0.4
0.4
0.7
1.1
2.8
6.5
3.9
3.5
1.0
1.5
2.4
3.7

5.9
6.1
4.2
2.7
12.9
10.3
4.9
3.1
2.2
4.0
2.8
3.1
1.7
1.2

Indonesia

Lao PDR

(4)

(5)

1,497.1
1,429.8
1,480.5
1,430.9
1,392.3
1,437.4
1,460.4
1,522.5
1,642.9
1,723.0
1,966.3
1,709.5
2,015.6
2,439.5
2,753.1
2,856.4

Source:
ASEAN Trade Statistics Database as of 20 December 2013

186

0.0
0.0
0.2
0.1

Malaysia
(6)

228.4
220.5
269.9
264.2
283.0
340.2
474.1
521.1
503.0
622.8
664.9
541.2
700.8
769.2
680.1
623.2

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by 4 digit HS Code , 1998 - 2013


(in Million US $)
0305

0306

0307

(Fish, dried, salted,


in brine, smoked,
fish meal for human
consumption)

(Crustaceans, live,
fresh, chilled, frozen,
dried, salted, in brine,
steamed, boiled)

(Molluscs & other


aquatic invertebrates,
live, fresh, chilled,
frozen, dried, salted,
in brine)

(6)

(7)

(8)

2,646.6
2,514.4
3,020.8
2,708.7
2,179.7
2,327.9
3,511.4
3,593.6
3,863.8
3,973.5
4,056.4
3,509.5
4,610.2
5,087.8
4,528.9
4,973.1

390.7
401.4
441.2
428.6
461.7
562.5
788.5
797.1
859.7
1,012.9
1,012.4
860.2
1,047.1
1,338.2
1,178.1
1,099.4

83.8
79.7
94.5
98.0
118.0
126.6
163.0
177.6
192.6
228.4
240.5
212.5
254.0
303.3
426.4
409.4

Aquatic invertebrates
other than crustaceans
and molluscs, live,
fresh, etc; smoked
aquatic invertebrates
other than crustaceans
& molluscs
(9)
51.0
71.5

Total Export

(10)

4,007.7
3,959.9
4,470.4
4,140.4
3,726.9
4,262.2
6,150.2
6,463.7
7,051.8
8,001.2
8,663.7
7,425.9
9,508.1
10,986.8
11,197.7
11,077.4

by Country, 1998 - 2013


(in Million US $)
Myanmar
(7)

101.9
125.2
129.0
165.9
158.0
178.9
235.5
176.6
363.6
324.7
259.8
240.4
462.1
694.6
651.4

Philippines

Singapore

(8)

(9)

305.9
287.5
327.6
287.5
298.2
291.2
270.9
240.5
259.5
288.8
308.2
268.2
338.1
367.7
420.1
558.2

271.8
333.5
307.4
292.6
273.4
297.1
243.4
285.5
309.7
291.4
255.7

Thailand

Viet Nam

(10)

(11)

1,976.2
1,920.1
2,261.1
2,022.3
1,582.9
1,760.1
1,764.5
1,928.5
2,053.8
2,427.9
2,567.9
2,473.7
2,867.2
3,053.0
2,844.1
2,129.6

1,654.0
1,695.0
2,112.0
2,294.6
2,528.9
1,926.1
3,056.7
3,580.9
3,561.0
4,069.4

Notes:
Cambodia: data is available since 2000; Myanmar: data is available since 1999
Lao PDR: data is available since 2003; Viet Nam: data is available since 2004
- not available at the time of publication

187

Total
(12)

4,007.7
3,959.9
4,470.4
4,140.4
3,726.9
4,262.2
6,150.2
6,463.7
7,051.8
8,001.2
8,663.7
7,425.9
9,508.1
10,986.8
11,248.6
11,148.9

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Table IX.23. ASEAN Import of Fishery Products


HS Code

0301

0302

0303

0304

Description

(Fish, live)

(Fish, fresh or chilled


(excluding fillets or
other fish meat))

(Fish, frozen (excluding


fillets or other fish
meat))

(Fish fillets & other fish


meat, fresh, chilled or
frozen (whether or not
minced))

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013

7.9
10.7
14.0
12.6
13.1
41.2
55.0
54.1
57.5
64.5
71.1
69.8
97.9
78.5
82.0
67.9

95.2
90.1
92.9
114.9
120.0
167.4
244.6
242.5
249.3
276.5
321.2
311.8
339.1
398.1
412.3
449.9

660.9
677.3
576.4
744.9
785.3
980.0
1,177.2
1,452.5
1,563.2
1,812.1
2,433.8
2,152.5
1,378.0
2,986.1
3,360.1
3,214.6

21.5
28.7
40.5
46.8
48.8
84.1
132.5
130.1
169.1
214.1
232.0
209.8
456.4
317.0
356.1
375.5

Source:
ASEAN Trade Statistics Database

Table IX.24. ASEAN Import of Fishery Products,


Country

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013

6.2
10.9
10.2
26.5
9.7
9.3
12.0
18.0
16.8
20.0
20.0
29.6
29.3
31.1
41.2

0.0
0.1
0.0
1.3
9.6
8.5
2.1
1.2
1.0
3.0
1.4
1.4
1.0
1.0

14.1
23.9
34.9
29.6
27.1
30.1
83.4
28.9
36.0
48.3
105.8
149.0
216.1
251.2
207.9
216.5

Source:
ASEAN Trade Statistics Database

188

0.5
1.1
1.4
1.1
1.0
1.5
1.2
1.1
1.4
34.6
1.5

Malaysia
(6)

213.8
231.4
265.6
296.7
298.4
332.6
475.9
466.9
492.6
561.3
499.3
581.5
683.6
860.9
905.4
888.5

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by 4 digit HS Code , 1998 - 2013


0305

0306

0307

(Fish, dried, salted,


in brine, smoked,
fish meal for human
consumption)

(Crustaceans, live,
fresh, chilled, frozen,
dried, salted, in brine,
steamed, boiled)

(Molluscs & other


aquatic invertebrates,
live, fresh, chilled,
frozen, dried, salted,
in brine)

(6)

(7)

(8)

9.9
16.0
19.4
19.0
20.5
58.5
67.4
66.0
72.3
71.7
82.1
82.9
155.8
105.7
124.7
117.1

180.4
184.6
229.9
259.2
273.5
372.7
628.9
487.6
438.8
437.3
435.4
398.0
1,478.5
589.0
722.0
830.3

(in Million US $)
0308
Aquatic invertebrates
other than crustaceans
and molluscs, live,
Total Import
fresh, etc; smoked
aquatic invertebrates
other than crustaceans
& molluscs
(9)

56.3
93.5
94.9
93.7
88.6
156.2
142.8
164.1
186.4
196.6
228.1
256.2
483.9
394.8
426.4
553.4

29.6
35.5

(10)

1,032.2
1,100.9
1,068.1
1,291.0
1,349.9
1,860.1
2,448.4
2,596.9
2,736.5
3,072.7
3,803.7
3,481.1
4,389.5
4,869.3
5,483.7
5,608.7

by Country, 1998 - 2013


(in Million US $)
Myanmar
(7)

0.2
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.0
0.1
0.1
0.0
0.2
0.0
0.3
0.0
0.4
0.8
11.6

Philippines

Singapore

(8)

(9)

56.9
73.1
55.5
35.1
55.4
48.6
36.0
59.8
58.4
89.4
89.3
165.8
134.4
169.0
228.6
241.8

395.4
553.0
542.7
550.0
569.2
631.3
579.7
672.7
790.2
765.8
749.2

Thailand

Viet Nam

(10)

(11)

741.3
761.3
701.6
902.9
959.1
1,042.3
1,187.3
1,358.3
1,462.1
1,636.2
2,267.1
1,856.8
2,488.3
2,546.9
2,877.6
2,952.9

Notes:
Cambodia: data is available since 2000; Myanmar: data is available since 1999
Lao PDR: data is available since 2003; Viet Nam: data is available since 2004
- not available at the time of publication

189

89.9
112.3
117.4
146.0
188.3
143.8
162.3
218.6
460.3
540.1

Total
(12)

1,032.2
1,100.9
1,068.1
1,291.0
1,349.9
1,860.1
2,448.4
2,596.9
2,736.5
3,072.7
3,803.7
3,481.1
4,389.5
4,869.3
5,513.3
5,644.2

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Table IX.25. Production of Selected

Products

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

Malaysia

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Cereals,Total

9,291

69,045

3,489

2,750

Wheat

Coconuts

55

18,000

607

Total Fruit Primary

385

18,395

629

1,255

Bananas

160

6,189

365

336

Mangoes

64

2,376

75

Citrus Fruit

Other Crops
Coffee, Green

657

87

16

Tea

150

17

Cocoa beans

936

Natural Rubber

43

3,040

970

Palm Oil Fruit

109,000

93,925

Sweet Potatoes

49

2,483

81

25

Groundnuts

30

713

46

Source: FAOSTAT database

Table IX.26. Production of Selected

Products

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

Malaysia

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Cereals,Total

10,317

89,792

4,565

2,715

Wheat

Coconuts

58

18,300

647

Total Fruit Primary

381

16,003

602

939

155

5,359

402

290

Mangoes

66

2,059

79

Citrus Fruit

61

1,411

94

36

Coffee, Green

699

89

17

Tea

148

18

Bananas

Other Crops

778

Natural Rubber

Cocoa beans

43

3,108

826

Palm Oil Fruit

120,000

95,729

Sweet Potatoes

55

2,387

85

59

Groundnuts

30

1,340

48

Source: FAOSTAT database, as of October 2013

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Agricultural Products, 2012


(Thousand Metric Ton)
Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

Total

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

Note:

33,012

18,032

38,015

43,662

217,298

186

187

430

15,862

1,100

1,250

37,304

1,425

16,469

11,406

6,920

56,890

9,226

1,650

1,560

19,487

783

2,650

776

6,729

179

12

191

89

44

1,292

2,194

32

75

217

492

946

152

164

3,500

864

8,734

531

11,000

214,456

50

516

1,423

4,628

1,372

29

46

471

2,707

not available at the time of publication

Agricultural Products, 2013


(Thousand Metric Ton)
Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

Total

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

Note:

31,068

25,817

41,533

49,232

255,040

188

190

425

15,353

1,010

1,304

37,097

2,308

15,887

11,096

7,127

54,349

8,646

1,600

1,893

18,346

831

3,142

706

6,889

214

1,065

972

3,853

78

50

1,461

2,403

32

75

214

488

786

148

111

3,863

949

9,049

473

12,812

229,014

52

528

1,358

4,523

1,375

29

47

492

3,362

not available at the time of publication

191

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Graphic IX.8.
Trend of Livestock and Poultry Meat Production of ASEAN, 2010-2013
9,000.0
2010

2011

2012

2013

8,000.0

Production (000 Metric Ton)

7,000.0
6,000.0
5,000.0
4,000.0
3,000.0
2,000.0
1,000.0
0.0
Beef and Buffalo Meat

Pig Meat

Mutton and Goat Meat

192

Poultry Meat

AGRICULTURE

Graphic IX.9.
Growth Rate of Livestock and Poultry Population, 2010-2013

50.00
40.00
30.00

Percent (%)

20.00
10.00
0.00
-10.00

Brunei
Cambodia
Darussalam

Indonesia

Lao PDR

Cattle

Buffalo

Malaysia

Myanmar

Philippines Singapore

Thailand

Goat

Duck

-20.00
-30.00
-40.00
-50.00
Pig

Sheep

193

Chicken

Viet Nam

ASEAN

AGRICULTURE

Table IX.27. Livestock and Poultry


Animal Type

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

2013
Livestock Population
Cattle

0.8

2,900.0

16,607.0

Buffalo

2.4

676.0

1,484.0

1,700.0
1,180.0

Pig

1.2

2,150.0

8,246.0

2,800.0

Sheep

4.0

14,560.0

Goat

7.0

18,576.0

450.0

19,000

13,000

1,793,022

30,000

230

8,300

50,931

3,450

1,692.0

Poultry Population
Chicken
Duck
2012
Livestock Population
Cattle

0.9

2,915.0

16,034.6

Buffalo

4.2

680.0

1,378.1

1,188.0

Pig

1.3

2,120.0

7,831.0

2,794.0

Sheep

4.0

12,768.4

Goat

7.2

17,862.0

443.8

15,500

14,447

1,552,131

28,779

228

8,200

46,990

3,400

1,520.0

Poultry Population
Chicken
Duck
2011
Livestock Population
Cattle

0.9

3,407.0

14,824.0

Buffalo

4.1

702.1

1,305.0

1,186.0

Pig

1.3

2,000.0

7,758.0

2,965.0

Sheep

4.0

11,372.0

Goat

7.0

17,483.0

431.0

15,000

17,000

1,427,160

27,000

225

8,000

49,392

3,350

Cattle

0.9

3,484.6

13,582.0

1,474.0

Buffalo

4.1

702.1

2,005.0

1,186.0

Pig

1.3

2,057.4

7,477.0

2,752.0

Sheep

3.8

10,725.0

Goat

6.8

16,620.0

367.0

14,910

17,448

1,349,630

25,105

220

7,500

44,302

3,200

Poultry Population
Chicken
Duck
2010
Livestock Population

Poultry Population
Chicken
Duck
Source:
1/ FAO database, http://faostat.fao.org/

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Population1/, 2010-2013
(in thousand head)
Malaysia

Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

ASEAN

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

751.8

14,350.0

2,497.9

0.2

5,147.5

5,156.7

49,111.1

118.0

3,250.0

2,912.8

1,288.8

2,559.5

13,469.2

1,816.7

10,530.0

11,843.1

272.0

7,923.7

26,261.4

71,842.8

129.9

862.0

30.0

42.0

15,623.9

482.3

3,930.0

3,694.0

0.7

420.4

1,345.4

28,898.8

268,243

190,000

163,386

3,500

259,242

231,763

2,952,156

51,000

16,100

10,135

750

34,000

82,993

257,659

784.6

14,500.0

2,493.2

0.2

5,393.0

5,194.2

49,006.7

122.8

3,200.0

2,963.8

1,542.0

2,627.8

13,702.5

1,798.7

10,500.0

11,863.0

272.0

7,500.0

26,493.9

71,172.6

124.8

860.0

30.0

54.2

13,837.4

505.0

3,900.0

3,715.2

0.7

450.0

1,343.6

28,220.4

251,778

180,000

164,192

3,500

247,202

223,746

2,665,775

50,000

16,000

10,011

755

34,000

84,715

254,071

925.0

13,608.9

2,518.4

0.2

6,680.0

5,436.6

48,920.1

130.1

2,977.2

3,075.3

1,698.0

2,712.0

13,785.6

1,695.0

9,416.4

12,303.1

270.0

7,660.0

27,056.0

71,123.5

125.0

700.0

30.0

51.7

12,278.7

545.0

3,500.0

3,881.5

0.7

427.6

1,267.8

27,536.5

230,000

156,407

162,813

3,300

235,000

225,820

2,484,500

48,900

14,500

10,126

750

32,179

96,780

263,977

909.8

13,185.5

2,570.9

0.2

6,498.0

5,808.3

47,513.3

130.1

2,874.9

3,270.4

1,622.7

2,877.0

14,668.1

1,711.0

8,496.2

13,397.8

270.0

7,623.7

27,373.3

71,158.5

128.1

663.7

30.0

43.1

11,589.9

537.7

3,421.0

4,177.7

0.7

380.3

1,288.4

26,792.6

225,790

138,938

158,984

3,300

231,918

218,201

2,369,314

48,200

14,051

10,268

750

29,233

68,633

226,137

Note:
- not available as of date of compilation

195

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Table IX.28. Livestock and Poultry


Animal Type

Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

Malaysia

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

2013
Livestock production
Beef and Buffalo Meat

0.8

73.2

585.9

48.2

30.6

Pig meat

0.0

98.5

742.5

64.0

231.4

Mutton and Goat Meat

0.1

112.7

1.7

2.1

26.9

26.7

1,872.5

25.3

1,359.9

27.8

198.4

3,313.5

139.2

1,624.0

Poultry production
Poultry meat
Total meat production
2012
Livestock production
Beef and Buffalo Meat

0.8

73.4

540.8

47.6

30.3

Pig meat

0.1

98.5

728.8

62.0

235.6

Mutton and Goat Meat

0.1

115.1

1.7

2.1

19.7

28.0

1,781.0

25.3

1,323.6

20.6

199.9

3,165.6

136.6

1,591.6

Poultry production
Poultry meat
Total meat production
2011
Livestock production
Beef and Buffalo Meat

0.8

72.9

503.3

46.0

29.8

Pig meat

0.1

97.5

721.1

64.0

231.3

Mutton and Goat Meat

0.1

121.2

1.7

0.8

19.4

28.0

1,642.8

24.8

1,427.6

20.3

198.4

2,988.4

136.5

1,689.6

Poultry production
Poultry meat
Total meat production
2010
Livestock production
Beef and Buffalo Meat

0.8

72.7

472.4

45.2

28.9

Pig meat

0.1

100.0

695.0

59.4

234.0

Mutton and Goat Meat

0.1

113.7

1.4

0.9

18.8

28.2

1,565.6

24.0

1,404.6

19.8

200.9

2,846.7

130.1

1,668.4

Poultry production
Poultry meat
Total meat production
Source:
1/ FAO database, http://faostat.fao.org/

196

AGRICULTURE

Meat Production1/, 2010-2013


(in thousand metric ton)
Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

ASEAN

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

261.9

296.9

0.1

194.7

379.1

1,871.4

620.6

1,681.1

19.6

967.3

3,217.9

7,643.0

47.6

54.7

0.04

1.9

8.1

228.9

1,196.2

1,079.1

97.1

1,469.8

633.0

7,786.4

2,126.4

3,111.8

116.8

2,633.7

4,238.1

17,529.7

262.0

296.9

0.1

203.2

393.3

1,848.3

620.0

1,677.5

19.6

886.3

3,160.0

7,488.3

47.5

53.1

0.04

1.7

8.1

229.3

1,192.8

979.4

97.1

1,348.3

617.9

7,413.1

2,122.3

3,006.9

116.8

2,439.5

4,179.3

16,979.1

234.3

302.9

0.0

193.2

386.5

1,769.8

585.3

1,649.3

19.0

867.3

3,098.9

7,333.7

43.9

50.9

1.9

8.1

228.6

1,114.4

807.7

95.1

1,340.2

617.0

7,116.9

1,978.0

2,810.8

114.2

2,402.6

4,110.5

16,449.1

209.6

299.2

0.0

222.9

384.3

1,735.9

534.7

1,613.5

18.8

862.0

3,036.4

7,153.8

42.0

51.1

1.7

8.2

219.0

1,018.6

773.0

94.5

1,301.0

531.4

6,759.8

1,804.9

2,736.7

113.3

2,387.7

3,960.2

15,868.5

Notes:
- not available as of date of compilation
Some figures from the FAO are unofficial estimates: Cambodia (all); Lao PDR (goat meat); Indonesia (pork);
Malaysia (buffalo and goat meat); Myanmar (beef, buffalo meat and pork); Philippines (mutton and lamb);
Thailand (all except poultry meat); and Viet Nam (buffalo and goat meet)

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MANUFACTURING

Table X.1.
Number of Manufacturing Establishments and Persons Engaged*),
by Establishment Size**): 2006-2013
Country

Year

(1)

(2)

Number of Establishments

Number of Persons Engaged (in thousands)

10 and over

20 and over

100 and over

10 and over

20 and over

100 and over

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

Cambodia

2009

13,123

4,951

692

626

521

373

Indonesia

2006

29,468

7,446

4,756

3,925
3,848

Malaysia

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

2007

27,998

7,204

4,625

2008

25,694

6,865

4,458

3,748

2009

24,468

6,764

4,345

3,674

2010

23,345

6,810

4,501

3,869

2011

23,370

7,075

4,629

4,012

2012

23,592

7,001

4,929

4,303

2006

13,281

8,960

3,161

1,650

1,592

1,327

2007

15,365

10,866

3,293

1,736

1,674

1,338

2008

14,940

10,492

3,409

1,705

1,644

1,317

2009

14,291

9,990

3,247

1,631

1,573

1,265

2010

14,958

10,202

3,390

1,724

1,660

1,353

2012

1,914

1,852

1,543

2006

5,160

992

2008

4,725

890

2009

4,918

843

2010

4,663

873

2012p/

7,313

1,056

2006

3,478

2,408

722

365

350

274

2007

3,876

2,472

752

388

370

292

2008

4,177

2,764

858

418

399

312

2009

4,376

2,863

818

399

379

286

2010

4,396

2,763

806

396

374

286

2011

4,298

2,694

800

399

378

293

2012

4,443

2,605

809

404

381

297

2006

124,079

67,174

13,776

7,896

7,130

5,057

2007

126,664

70,038

15,156

8,388

7,626

5,465

2008

120,399

65,114

12,821

7,340

6,592

4,577

2009

113,404

62,475

12,639

7,108

6,417

4,504
2,901

2006

17,145

12,859

5,288

3,296

3,238

2007

20,140

14,654

5,954

3,671

3,599

3,214

2008

23,843

16,063

6,166

3,853

3,749

3,322

2009

25,882

17,148

6,470

3,990

3,877

3,412

2010

27,637

19,239

7,097

4,344

4,232

3,708
4,037

2011

31,228

21,245

7,489

4,763

4,630

2012

31,271

21,213

7,434

4,870

4,736

4,152

2013

31,358

21,415

7,571

5,184

5,052

4,457

Sources:
Country submissions; Thailand - website of NSO
Notes:
- not available at the time of publication
*) In terms of Number of Persons Engaged
**) Establishment size is defined based on the numbers of employment/persons engaged, and classified into : (1) 10 and over; (2) 20
and over; (3) 100 and over
p/ Preliminary results

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Table X.2.
GDP Share, Export and Import Share of Manufacturing Sector, 2012 and 2013
(in percent)
Country

(1)

Employment Share

GDP Share

*)

**)

Export Share

Import Share

2012

2013

2012

2013

2012

2013

2012

2013

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam

51.0

51.0

5.81/

5.5

3.1

77.2

74.8

Cambodia

29.7

9.52/

96.9

95.4

75.9

81.8

Indonesia

40.3

39.9

13.9

13.3

46.8

47.8

67.2

65.0

Lao PDR

28.3

68.1

53.0

67.4

75.1

Malaysia

36.8

36.9

17.5

16.8

66.6

66.2

75.9

74.8

Myanmar

27.4

8.83/

40.4

28.6

66.9

73.7

Philippines

32.0

32.8

8.3

86.0

80.7

65.3

66.3

Singapore

32.1

28.0

14.1

13.6

71.0

72.0

61.9

63.1

Thailand

47.1

46.0

14.7

16.2

79.0

79.8

75.2

74.2

Viet Nam

41.6

38.6

13.8

73.4

77.3

80.7

82.3

Total in percent
Total in Million US $

68.1

69.0

69.8

70.1

854,111

876,500

853,284

869,651

Sources:
ASEAN Macroeconomic Database; ASEAN Trade Statistics database
Notes:
- not available at the time of publication
*) Based on GDP at constant price for Industry Sector, based on Table IV.5
**) Based on Table III.7 ASEAN Statistical Yearbook 2014
1/ 1995
2/ 2004
3/ 1996

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Table X.3.
Number of Establishments by Division of Industry

Industry Division Code and Description1/


(1)

10 Manufacture of food products

*)

11 Manufacture of beverages
12 Manufacture of tobacco products
13 Manufacture of textiles
14 Manufacture of wearing apparel
15 Manufacture of leather and related products
16 Manufacture of wood and products of wood and cork, except
furniture; manufacture of articles of straw and plaiting materials
17 Manufacture of paper and paper products
18 Printing and reproduction of recorded media
19 Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products
20 Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products
21 Manufacture of basic pharmaceutical products and
pharmaceutical preparations
22 Manufacture of rubber and plastics products
23 Manufacture of other non-metalic mineral products

Cambodia Indonesia1/
2011
2012
(2)

(3)

Malaysia
2010
(4)

Myanmar Philippines1/ Singapore


2011
2012p/
2012
(5)

(6)

(7)

Thailand
2012

Viet Nam
2013

(8)

(9)

35,094

5,649

5,930

25,208

1,754

858

110,453

5,779

343

298

117

2,043

35

945

63

120

15

3,223

26

8,933

2,242

980

1,765

228

99

59,883

2,465

16,091

2,247

9,121

2,908

758

446

71,562

5,079

281

684

382

282

181

27

5,328

1,371

2,146

1,112

1,559

3,987

207

145

60,453

4,095

34

461

890

325

218

105

1,862

2,037

307

529

2,961

459

366

952

6,541

4,356

77

11

14

157

104

154

907

1,067

654

395

302

4,425

2,512

246

207

88

52

375

12

1,603

2,010

773

564

327

5,566

3,673

53

1,618

1,459

393

284

145

12,443

3,662

2,704

274

1,169

1,386

224

34

1,888

1,053

25 Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery


and equipment

45

935

4,079

338

471

1,356

32,323

9,226

26 Manufacture of computer, electronics and optical products

39

301

687

234

327

1,495

820

27 Manufacture of electrical equipment

35

304

700

65

144

258

2,717

1,111

4,918

340

1,282

2,909

169

1,725

6,521

1,316

68

307

511

589

147

75

1,487

369

30 Manufacture of other transport equipment

1,063

272

369

700

57

1,156

967

548

31 Manufacture of furniture

1,939

1,419

1,932

613

315

655

33,724

3,199

32 Other manufacturing

1,077

643

1,019

192

519

395

1,249

76

917

174

1,568

75,031

23,457

39,669

43,483

7,313

9,577

423,413

58,036

24 Manufacture of basic metals

28 Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c.


29 Manufacture of motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers

33 Repair and installation of machinery and equipment


All Industries
Source:
Country submissions

Notes:
- not available at the time of publication
*) Division 10 combines manufacture of food and beverages for Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand; and combines food/beverages/tobacco for Singapore
p/ Preliminary results
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Table X.4.
Percentage Distribution of Establishments by Division of Industry
(in percent)
Divison of Industry
(1)

10 Manufacture of food products

Cambodia Indonesia1/
2011
2012

Malaysia
2010

Myanmar Philippines1/ Singapore


2011
2012p/
2012

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Thailand
2012

Viet Nam
2013

(8)

(9)

46.8

24.1

14.9

58.0

24.0

9.0

26.1

10.0

11 Manufacture of beverages

n.a.

1.5

0.8

n.a.

1.6

n.a.

n.a.

3.5

12 Manufacture of tobacco products

0.0

4.0

0.2

0.3

0.2

n.a.

0.8

0.0

13 Manufacture of textiles

11.9

9.6

2.5

4.1

3.1

1.0

14.1

4.2

14 Manufacture of wearing apparel

*)

21.4

9.6

23.0

6.7

10.4

4.7

16.9

8.8

15 Manufacture of leather and related products

0.4

2.9

1.0

0.6

2.5

0.3

1.3

2.4

16 Manufacture of wood and products of wood and cork, except


furniture; manufacture of articles of straw and plaiting materials

2.9

4.7

3.9

9.2

2.8

1.5

14.3

7.1

17 Manufacture of paper and paper products

0.0

2.0

2.2

0.7

3.0

1.1

0.4

3.5

18 Printing and reproduction of recorded media

0.4

2.3

7.5

1.1

5.0

9.9

1.5

7.5

19 Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products

0.0

n.a.

0.2

0.0

0.2

0.1

0.0

0.2

3.9

2.7

1.5

5.4

3.2

1.0

4.3

20 Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products

0.2

21 Manufacture of basic pharmaceutical products and


pharmaceutical preparations

n.a.

1.0

0.5

n.a.

1.2

0.5

n.a.

0.6

22 Manufacture of rubber and plastics products

0.0

6.8

5.1

1.8

7.7

3.4

1.3

6.3

23 Manufacture of other non-metalic mineral products

0.1

6.9

3.7

0.9

3.9

1.5

2.9

6.3

24 Manufacture of basic metals

3.6

1.2

2.9

3.2

3.1

0.4

0.4

1.8

25 Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery


and equipment

0.1

4.0

10.3

0.8

6.4

14.2

7.6

15.9

26 Manufacture of computer, electronics and optical products

0.1

1.3

1.7

0.0

3.2

3.4

0.4

1.4

27 Manufacture of electrical equipment

0.0

1.3

1.8

0.1

2.0

2.7

0.6

1.9

28 Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c.

6.6

1.4

3.2

6.7

2.3

18.0

1.5

2.3

29 Manufacture of motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers

0.1

1.3

1.3

1.4

2.0

0.8

0.4

0.6

30 Manufacture of other transport equipment

1.4

1.2

0.9

1.6

0.8

12.1

0.2

0.9

31 Manufacture of furniture

2.6

6.0

4.9

1.4

4.3

6.8

8.0

5.5
2.2

32 Other manufacturing
33 Repair and installation of machinery and equipment
All Industries

1.4

2.7

2.6

n.a.

2.6

5.4

0.1

n.a.

0.3

2.3

n.a.

2.4

n.a.

n.a.

2.7

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

Source:
Computed from Table X.3.
Notes:
n.a. not applicable
*) Division 10 combines manufacture of food and beverages for Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand; and combines food/beverages/tobacco for Singapore
p/ Preliminary results
1/ Covers establishments with total employment of 20 and over

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Table X.5.
Number of Persons Engaged in Establishments by Division of Industry
(In thousands)
Divison of Industry

Cambodia Indonesia1/
2011
2012

(1)

(2)

10 Manufacture of food products

*)

11 Manufacture of beverages
12 Manufacture of tobacco products
13 Manufacture of textiles

(3)

Malaysia
2010
(4)

Myanmar Philippines1/ Singapore


2011
2012p/
2012
(5)

(6)

(7)

Thailand
2012

Viet Nam
2013

(8)

(9)

49.1

884.6

196.1

226.9

196.4

27.7

951.7

46.7

12.0

19.0

516.6
47.0

0.9

324.6

2.5

1.9

8.5

19.7

12.8

7.3

482.3

30.9

28.2

22.4

0.7

372.9

202.9

33.0

600.1

64.7

148.0

115.4

3.2

410.7

1,121.8

15 Manufacture of leather and related products

3.6

256.5

8.6

7.6

17.9

0.7

114.1

927.5

16 Manufacture of wood and products of wood and cork, except


furniture; manufacture of articles of straw and plaiting materials

4.3

225.5

112.6

35.0

22.1

2.5

217.1

122.2

17 Manufacture of paper and paper products

0.8

129.4

54.2

11.7

19.0

3.7

86.0

105.0

18 Printing and reproduction of recorded media

1.9

52.1

56.1

8.1

17.4

15.8

85.8

63.8

19 Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products

0.0

6.6

7.7

3.1

1.8

3.8

23.3

5.2

20 Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products

6.4

185.1

77.2

10.4

37.7

17.8

200.4

106.2

14 Manufacture of wearing apparel

21 Manufacture of basic pharmaceutical products and


pharmaceutical preparations
22 Manufacture of rubber and plastics products
23 Manufacture of other non-metalic mineral products

63.5

10.4

13.3

6.1

42.8

0.2

353.6

201.2

10.7

50.0

12.4

296.4

228.9

0.8

193.1

77.4

4.4

32.6

6.9

200.9

273.6

11.5

60.4

70.2

14.0

19.9

2.6

95.2

76.4

0.5

161.9

109.6

7.5

47.6

43.8

297.0

257.5

26 Manufacture of computer, electronics and optical products

0.1

158.7

347.7

1.8

221.7

92.6

288.1

326.4

27 Manufacture of electrical equipment

0.4

115.5

71.5

2.1

21.2

7.8

151.2

148.1

14.0

56.9

71.4

29.9

14.8

66.9

155.0

63.5

29 Manufacture of motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers

0.9

118.6

73.9

17.9

72.4

2.8

208.3

97.8

30 Manufacture of other transport equipment

2.7

85.3

35.4

5.5

31.2

84.0

46.9

101.6

31 Manufacture of furniture

3.4

190.1

80.1

6.6

23.8

9.6

322.3

289.7

32 Other manufacturing

2.3

160.0

27.4

18.9

13.3

4.9

133.9

24 Manufacture of basic metals


25 Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery
and equipment

28 Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c.

33 Repair and installation of machinery and equipment


All Industries

17.6

13.6

11.1

32.9

144.1

4,928.8

1,812.4

581.4

1,056.1

424.6

4,547.9

5,303.9

Source:
Country submissions; Indonesia - Statistical Yearbook of Indonesia 2014
Notes:
- not available at the time of publication
*) Division 10 combines manufacture of food and beverages for Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand; and combines food/beverages/tobacco for Singapore
p/ Preliminary results
1/ Covers establishments with total employment of 20 and over

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Table X.6.
Number of Persons Engaged per Establishment by Division of Industry
(in persons)
Divison of Industry
(1)

10 Manufacture of food products

Cambodia Indonesia1/
2011
2012
(2)

(3)

Malaysia
2010
(4)

Myanmar Philippines1/ Singapore


2011
2012p/
2012
(5)

(6)

(7)

Thailand
2012

Viet Nam
2013

(8)

(9)

1.4

156.6

33.1

9.0

112.0

32.3

8.6

n.a.

136.1

40.3

n.a.

162.4

n.a.

n.a.

23.0

25.3

343.5

39.7

15.9

566.7

n.a.

6.1

491.4

13 Manufacture of textiles

0.8

215.1

31.5

16.0

98.2

7.3

6.2

82.3

14 Manufacture of wearing apparel

2.1

267.1

7.1

50.9

152.2

7.1

5.7

220.9

12.8

375.0

22.5

26.9

98.9

24.6

21.4

676.5

2.0

202.7

72.2

8.8

106.8

17.4

3.6

29.8

23.9

280.6

60.9

36.1

87.2

35.0

46.2

51.5

6.1

98.6

18.9

17.7

47.5

16.6

13.1

14.6

*)

11 Manufacture of beverages
12 Manufacture of tobacco products

15 Manufacture of leather and related products


16 Manufacture of wood and products of wood and cork, except
furniture; manufacture of articles of straw and plaiting materials
17 Manufacture of paper and paper products
18 Printing and reproduction of recorded media

89.4

19 Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products

14.7

n.a.

100.0

1,040.3

163.6

268.1

148.5

49.6

20 Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products

41.4

204.0

72.4

16.0

95.4

58.9

45.3

42.3

21 Manufacture of basic pharmaceutical products and


pharmaceutical preparations

n.a.

258.2

50.2

n.a.

151.1

117.3

n.a.

114.1

22 Manufacture of rubber and plastics products

16.3

220.6

100.1

13.9

88.7

37.8

53.2

62.3

23 Manufacture of other non-metalic mineral products

15.3

119.4

53.1

11.2

114.8

47.4

16.1

74.7

4.3

220.5

60.1

10.1

88.8

77.4

50.4

72.6

10.6

173.1

26.9

22.1

101.1

32.3

9.2

27.9

3.4

527.3

506.1

303.8

947.4

283.3

192.7

398.1

10.4

379.9

102.1

32.7

147.2

30.1

55.6

133.3

24 Manufacture of basic metals


25 Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery
and equipment
26 Manufacture of computer, electronics and optical products
27 Manufacture of electrical equipment
28 Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c.
29 Manufacture of motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers

2.9

167.4

55.7

10.3

87.6

38.8

23.8

48.2

13.2

386.5

144.6

30.3

492.5

37.3

140.1

265.1
185.4

30 Manufacture of other transport equipment

2.5

313.8

95.9

7.9

547.4

72.7

48.5

31 Manufacture of furniture

1.7

134.0

41.5

10.7

75.6

14.6

9.6

90.6

32 Other manufacturing

2.1

248.9

26.9

n.a.

98.4

25.6

12.4

107.2

n.a.

231.0

14.8

n.a.

63.8

n.a.

n.a.

21.0

1.9

210.1

45.7

13.4

144.4

44.3

10.7

91.4

33 Repair and installation of machinery and equipment


All Industries
Sources:
Computed from Table X.3. and Table X.5.

Notes:
n.a. not applicable
*) Division 10 combines manufacture of food and beverages for Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand; and combines food/beverages/tobacco for Singapore
p/ Preliminary results
1/ Covers establishments with total employment of 20 and over

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Table X.7.
Value Added per Person Engaged in Establishments by Division of Industry*)

Divison of Industry

Indonesia1/
2012

Malaysia
2012

(1)

(2)

(3)

10 Manufacture of food products

26,767.5

11 Manufacture of beverages

24,569.4

12 Manufacture of tobacco products


13 Manufacture of textiles

**)

14 Manufacture of wearing apparel

Philippines2/ Singapore
2012
2013

Thailand
2012

(4)

(5)

(6)

30,833.6

21,749.9

65,278.0

42,543.7

104,380.8

30,097.5

103,305.8

109,415.1

28,776.4

10,318.1

16,491.4

5,126.7

23,362.8

5,509.3

13,582.8

7,791.2

6,908.0

4,705.2

32,422.1

4,467.9

10,780.8

10,252.9

5,522.1

80,704.8

6,290.3

9,274.8

9,911.7

8,418.2

40,960.0

3,677.2

17 Manufacture of paper and paper products

45,704.1

16,491.4

11,096.4

49,407.3

14,933.3

18 Printing and reproduction of recorded media

14,047.7

14,782.9

8,418.2

62,776.5

8,434.8

19 Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products

27,461.7

917,658.7

331,510.8

14,113.0

64,484.2

20 Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products

72,500.0

91,726.5

20,895.1

165,329.8

19,560.7

21 Manufacture of basic pharmaceutical products and pharmaceutical


preparations

21,712.0

21,790.3

28,569.7

1,906.7

15 Manufacture of leather and related products


16 Manufacture of wood and products of wood and cork, except
furniture; manufacture of articles of straw and plaiting materials

22 Manufacture of rubber and plastics products

17,835.0

17,509.0

10,357.6

1,249,336.7

23 Manufacture of other non-metalic mineral products

24,991.7

24,975.0

30,028.4

43,969.5

13,215.1

24 Manufacture of basic metals

68,261.9

38,168.7

21,704.9

65,347.9

33,016.6

25 Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and


equipment

27,638.5

19,525.1

10,454.7

99,148.1

10,904.7

26 Manufacture of computer, electronics and optical products

19,066.9

36,454.8

45,195.4

53,507.3

58,776.4

27 Manufacture of electrical equipment

45,189.9

20,318.7

20,641.7

174,857.4

19,062.8
21,880.9

28 Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c.


29 Manufacture of motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers
30 Manufacture of other transport equipment

20,084.6

36,610.3

24,066.2

18,309.3

88,068.6

113,060.8

31,127.9

14,854.4

76,192.3

41,142.2

70,295.9

33,471.7

26,261.0

99,478.5

22,850.6

31 Manufacture of furniture

4,707.5

9,803.0

5,489.0

60,091.1

6,853.2

32 Other manufacturing

6,011.5

18,469.6

8,141.1

31,487.0

56,000.7

33 Repair and installation of machinery and equipment

14,605.6

15,534.7

9,422.2

All Manufacturing

24,816.0

33,215.0

24,323.5

120,674.3

14,825.9

Sources:
Country submissions; Indonesia - Statistical Yearbook of Indonesia 2014; Singapore - Yearbook of Statistic Singapore, 2014
Notes:
- not available at the time of publication
*) In terms of Number of Persons Enganged
**) Division 10 combines manufacture of food and beverages for Thailand; and combines food/beverages/tobacco for Singapore
1/ covers establishments with total employment of 20 and over
2/ covers establishments with total employment of 20 and over; preliminary result

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Table X.8.
Index of Industrial Production for All Manufacturing Industries, 2006-2013
(annual change in percent)
Indicator/Year

Cambodia
(2000=100)

Indonesia1/
(2010=100)

Malaysia
(2010=100)

Philippines2/
(2000=100)

Singapore
(2011=100)

Thailand
(2000=100)

Viet Nam
(?=100)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

Index
2006

140.0

97.9

148.0

73.5

161.1

2007

148.9

100.2

142.5

77.9

174.8

2008

151.2

100.9

148.7

74.6

182.6

2009

93.3

129.2

71.5

170.0

2010

100.0

100.0

151.0

92.8

194.2

2011

104.1

102.4

154.2

100.0

177.7

2012

108.4

106.7

165.1

100.3

181.6

105.5

2013

114.9

110.3

174.0

102.0

107.6

Annual Change
2006

9.5

4.8

2.0

11.9

5.9

2007

6.4

2.3

-3.7

5.9

8.5

2008

1.5

0.7

4.4

-4.2

4.5

2009

-7.5

-13.1

-4.2

-6.9

2010

7.2

16.9

29.7

14.2

2011

2.4

2.1

7.8

-8.5

2012

4.1

4.2

7.1

0.3

2.2

2013

6.0

3.4

5.4

1.7

2.0

Source:
Country submissions
Notes:
- not available at the time of publication
1/ covers establishments with total employment of 20 and over
2/ covers establishments with total employment of 20 and over; 2012 - preliminary result

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Table X.9.
Selected Index of Industrial Production: Cambodia, 2002-2008
(2000=100; annual change in percent)
ISIC Rev.3

Divison of Industry

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Index of Industrial Production


151 154 Manufacture of food

98.6

100.0

99.7

111.3

105.1

109.4

110.8
144.3

155

Manufacture of beverages

110.4

117.4

125.2

132.0

137.9

143.9

160

Manufacture of processed tobacco and cigarette

111.2

114.9

114.9

114.9

117.8

120.6

121.1

171 191 Manufacture of textile,wearing apparel & footwear

103.0

103.8

105.2

105.1

106.3

106.9

107.3

201 222 Manufacture of wood, paper & publishing

68.4

57.5

60.3

69.3

75.6

81.7

82.0

251 252 Manufacture of rubber and rubber products

100.0

95.2

93.5

87.6

92.1

101.7

107.9

271 289 Manufacture of basic metal industries

125.8

140.6

162.2

198.1

238.1

262.4

270.1

261 269 Manufacture of fabricated metal product, except


machinery & eqp (non-metallic Manuf.)

125.0

139.7

161.1

196.7

236.5

260.6

262.8

241 371 Other manufacturing


All Manufacturing

104.8

111.1

116.6

134.8

150.9

153.1

154.7

105.3

108.9

115.4

127.8

140.0

148.9

151.2

Change in index
151 154 Manufacture of food

1.6

1.5

-0.4

11.7

-5.6

4.1

1.3

19.0

6.4

6.6

5.5

4.5

4.4

0.2

Manufacture of processed tobacco and cigarette

-1.3

3.3

0.0

-0.0

2.5

2.4

0.4

171 191 Manufacture of textile,wearing apparel & footwear

-12.5

0.8

1.3

-0.1

1.1

0.6

0.4

0.3

-16.0

4.8

15.0

9.1

8.0

0.4

155

Manufacture of beverages

160

201 222 Manufacture of wood, paper & publishing


251 252 Manufacture of rubber and rubber products

-0.7

-4.9

-1.8

-6.3

5.1

10.5

6.1

271 289 Manufacture of basic metal industries

27.1

11.8

15.3

22.1

20.2

10.2

2.9

261 269 Manufacture of fabricated metal product, except


machinery & eqp (non-metallic Manuf.)

27.1

11.8

15.3

22.1

20.2

10.2

0.8

241 371 Other manufacturing


All Manufacturing

3.7

6.0

5.0

15.6

11.9

1.5

1.0

-3.2

3.4

6.0

10.7

9.5

6.4

1.5

Source:
Country submission; National Institute of Statistics, Ministry of Planning

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Table X.10.
Selected Index of Industrial Production: Indonesia, 2011-2013
(2010=100; annual change in percent)
Divison of Industry

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

133.2

Index of Industrial Production


10 Manufacture of food products

106.8

120.2

11 Manufacture of beverages

109.6

109.2

109.9

99.4

104.5

103.9

12 Manufacture of tobacco products


13 Manufacture of textiles

92.3

84.6

77.3

14 Manufacture of wearing apparels

113.2

118.9

128.9

15 Manufacture of leather and related products

128.5

119.5

124.5

67.7

64.8

70.6

17 Manufacture of paper and paper products

102.0

97.6

95.5

18 Printing and reproduction of recorded media

117.0

116.6

127.4

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

20 Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products

105.1

113.3

122.5

21 Manufacture of pharmaceuticals, medicinal chemicals and botanical products

122.6

140.9

135.2

22 Manufactrue of rubber and plastic products

101.5

113.7

103.8

23 Manufacture of other non-methalic mineral products

113.7

125.5

129.4

24 Manufacture of basic metals

109.1

98.5

108.9

25 Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment

118.7

121.8

135.7

96.7

106.8

116.8

27 Manufacture of electrical equipment

117.5

132.0

142.3

28 Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c

132.9

122.0

116.4

29 Manufacture of motor vehicle, trailers and semi-trailers

122.0

124.8

139.2

16 Manufacture of wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture; manufacture of articles of straw
and plaiting materials

19 Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products

26 Manufacture of computers, electronic and optical products

30 Manufacyture of other transport equipment

78.4

81.3

79.3

110.0

103.3

106.8

32 Other manufacturing

83.2

80.2

78.2

33 Repair and installation of machinery and equipment

91.1

97.7

93.3

104.1

108.4

114.9

10 Manufacture of food products

6.8

12.6

10.8

11 Manufacture of beverages

9.6

-0.3

0.7

-0.6

5.2

-0.7
-8.6

31 Manufacture of furniture

All Manufacturing
Change in Index

12 Manufacture of tobacco products

-7.7

-8.3

14 Manufacture of wearing apparels

13 Manufacture of textiles

13.2

5.1

8.4

15 Manufacture of leather and related products

28.5

-7.0

4.2

16 Manufacture of wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture; manufacture of articles of straw
and plaiting materials

-32.3

-4.4

9.1

17 Manufacture of paper and paper products

13.2

5.1

8.4

18 Printing and reproduction of recorded media

28.5

-7.0

4.2

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.
-2.1

19 Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products


20 Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products
21 Manufacture of pharmaceuticals, medicinal chemicals and botanical products
22 Manufactrue of rubber and plastic products
23 Manufacture of other non-methalic mineral products
24 Manufacture of basic metals

2.0

-4.4

17.0

-0.3

9.2

1.5

12.0

-8.7

13.7

10.4

3.1

9.1

-9.7

10.6

25 Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment

18.7

2.6

11.4

26 Manufacture of computers, electronic and optical products

-3.3

10.5

9.3

27 Manufacture of electrical equipment

17.5

12.3

7.9

28 Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c

32.9

-8.2

-4.6

29 Manufacture of motor vehicle, trailers and semi-trailers

22.0

2.3

11.5

30 Manufacyture of other transport equipment

-21.6

3.7

-2.5

10.0

-6.1

3.5

-16.8

-3.6

-2.4

-8.9

7.2

-4.6

4.1

4.1

6.0

31 Manufacture of furniture
32 Other manufacturing
33 Repair and installation of machinery and equipment
All Manufacturing
Source:
Country Submission
Notes:
Covers establishments with total employment of 20 and over
- not available at the time of publication
n.a. not applicable

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Table X.11.
Selected Index of Industrial Production: Malaysia, 2008-2013
(2010=100; annual change in percent)
Divison of Industry

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

10 Manufacture of food products

98.2

99.5

100.0

110.7

108.7

115.3

11 Manufacture of beverages

77.9

76.1

100.0

109.0

105.6

103.3
101.3

Index of Industrial Production

12 Manufacture of tobacco products

106.0

99.1

100.0

111.8

123.6

13 Manufacture of textiles

123.6

95.7

100.0

102.0

102.3

89.9

117.1

96.0

100.0

122.2

100.9

104.1
141.5

14 Manufacture of wearing apparels


15 Manufacture of leather and related products

102.4

98.2

100.0

119.6

132.3

16 Manufacture of wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture; manufacture of
articles of straw and plaiting materials

103.5

89.1

100.0

95.7

96.5

99.1

17 Manufacture of paper and paper products

110.9

91.0

100.0

106.0

111.2

116.0

18 Printing and reproduction of recorded media


19 Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products
20 Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products
21 Manufacture of pharmaceuticals, medicinal chemicals and botanical products
22 Manufactrue of rubber and plastic products
23 Manufacture of other non-methalic mineral products
24 Manufacture of basic metals
25 Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment

79.5

90.2

100.0

113.6

114.9

114.8

103.3

102.5

100.0

103.4

108.3

108.5
109.6

86.8

86.5

100.0

104.4

112.4

121.0

110.6

100.0

132.1

156.0

154.3

96.3

91.9

100.0

120.0

132.7

138.9

94.4

81.6

100.0

112.1

115.4

115.0

107.7

82.6

100.0

121.8

138.6

155.6

87.9

87.0

100.0

102.2

95.4

98.6

113.5

89.8

100.0

97.2

106.4

119.0

27 Manufacture of electrical equipment

92.3

71.3

100.0

112.9

107.7

106.7

28 Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c

91.4

71.9

100.0

103.8

109.9

109.6

26 Manufacture of computers, electronic and optical products

29 Manufacture of motor vehicle, trailers and semi-trailers

89.8

81.3

100.0

120.6

100.8

103.6

30 Manufacyture of other transport equipment

85.5

61.3

100.0

91.2

153.6

200.4
101.4

120.8

91.0

100.0

93.4

115.5

32 Other manufacturing

31 Manufacture of furniture

33 Repair and installation of machinery and equipment

100.0

77.6

160.7

237.3

100.9

93.3

100.0

102.4

106.7

110.3

All Manufacturing
Change in Index
10 Manufacture of food products

10.8

1.3

0.5

10.7

-1.8

6.1

2.6

-2.3

31.4

9.0

-3.1

-2.2

-5.5

-6.5

0.9

11.8

10.6

-18.0

8.6

-22.6

4.5

2.0

0.3

-12.1

14 Manufacture of wearing apparels

-9.6

-18.0

4.2

22.2

-17.4

3.2

15 Manufacture of leather and related products

15.8

-4.1

1.8

19.6

10.6

7.0

16 Manufacture of wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture; manufacture of
articles of straw and plaiting materials

-1.8

-13.9

12.2

-4.3

0.8

2.7

-3.4

-17.9

9.9

6.0

4.9

4.3

-27.0

13.5

10.9

13.6

1.1

-0.1

11 Manufacture of beverages
12 Manufacture of tobacco products
13 Manufacture of textiles

17 Manufacture of paper and paper products


18 Printing and reproduction of recorded media

5.9

-0.8

-2.4

3.4

4.7

0.2

20 Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products

19 Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products

-5.4

-0.3

15.6

4.4

7.7

-2.5

21 Manufacture of pharmaceuticals, medicinal chemicals and botanical products

-1.1

16.3

-8.6

-9.6

32.1

18.1

22 Manufactrue of rubber and plastic products

2.1

-4.6

8.8

20.0

10.6

4.7

23 Manufacture of other non-methalic mineral products

9.1

-13.6

22.5

12.1

2.9

-0.3

-2.9

-23.3

21.1

21.8

13.8

12.3

6.0

-1.0

14.9

2.2

-6.7

3.4

-4.8

-20.9

11.4

-2.8

9.5

11.8

27 Manufacture of electrical equipment

2.6

-22.8

40.3

12.9

-4.6

-0.9

28 Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c

2.5

-21.3

39.1

3.8

5.9

-0.3

24 Manufacture of basic metals


25 Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment
26 Manufacture of computers, electronic and optical products

29 Manufacture of motor vehicle, trailers and semi-trailers

21.8

-9.5

23.0

20.6

-16.4

2.8

30 Manufacyture of other transport equipment

29.5

-28.3

63.1

-8.8

68.4

30.5

31 Manufacture of furniture

-12.2

-13.2

-24.7

9.9

-6.6

23.7

32 Other manufacturing

33 Repair and installation of machinery and equipment

-22.4

107.1

47.7

0.7

-7.5

7.2

2.4

4.2

3.4

All Manufacturing
Source:
Country submission
Note:
- not available at the time of publication

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Table X.12.
Selected Index of Industrial Production: Philippines, 2008-2013
(2000=100; annual change in percent)
Divison of Industry

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012p/

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Index of Industrial Production


10 Manufacture of food products

237.1

222.0

239.2

218.2

265.5

247.7

11 Manufacture of beverages

173.0

123.3

141.7

168.9

173.9

173.5

12 Manufacture of tobacco products

26.8

27.4

14.8

12.3

9.6

9.6

13 Manufacture of textiles

76.9

75.1

81.7

81.2

81.0

57.6

113.4

83.8

71.2

72.7

137.7

121.1

6.1

3.6

4.3

4.0

4.8

5.4

69.2

69.5

76.4

61.2

67.3

70.8

14 Manufacture of wearing apparels


15 Manufacture of leather and related products
16 Manufacture of wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture; manufacture of
articles of straw and plaiting materials
17 Manufacture of paper and paper products

106.6

85.2

93.7

103.9

95.4

80.3

18 Printing and reproduction of recorded media

130.2

131.0

137.5

136.3

146.9

151.6

19 Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products

169.4

101.7

158.6

199.6

191.4

169.5

20 Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products

161.0

160.3

160.2

193.4

194.0

409.0

21 Manufacture of pharmaceuticals, medicinal chemicals and botanical products

158.5

179.4

167.8

186.9

193.9

971.5

22 Manufactrue of rubber and plastic products

118.4

114.5

136.8

160.3

167.3

162.6

78.2

89.3

117.0

141.4

159.2

121.0

24 Manufacture of basic metals

23 Manufacture of other non-methalic mineral products

248.3

200.5

249.7

249.8

210.4

253.6

25 Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment

304.7

287.1

333.6

352.5

331.6

305.9

115.9

101.6

126.4

117.1

123.0

122.7

26 Manufacture of computers, electronic and optical products


27 Manufacture of electrical equipment
28 Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c

40.0

35.8

43.4

29.9

32.3

39.9

29 Manufacture of motor vehicle, trailers and semi-trailers

117.9

112.5

150.1

141.2

182.8

139.9

30 Manufacyture of other transport equipment

31 Manufacture of furniture

133.1

87.4

71.2

88.8

109.4

126.5

32 Other manufacturing

100.9

100.7

141.4

161.1

130.1

82.0

148.7

129.2

151.0

154.2

165.1

174.0

33 Repair and installation of machinery and equipment


All Manufacturing
Change in Index
10 Manufacture of food products

10.8

-6.4

7.7

-8.8

21.7

-6.7

11 Manufacture of beverages

23.7

-28.7

14.9

19.2

3.0

-0.2

4.7

2.2

-46.0

-16.9

-22.0

0.0

13 Manufacture of textiles

12 Manufacture of tobacco products

-17.4

-2.3

8.8

-0.6

-0.2

-28.9

14 Manufacture of wearing apparels

19.2

-26.1

-15.0

2.1

89.4

-12.1

15 Manufacture of leather and related products

24.5

-41.0

19.4

-7.0

20.0

12.5

16 Manufacture of wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture; manufacture of
articles of straw and plaiting materials

12.0

0.4

9.9

-19.9

10.0

5.2

17 Manufacture of paper and paper products

-1.3

-20.1

10.0

10.9

-8.2

-15.8

18 Printing and reproduction of recorded media

-5.9

0.6

5.0

-0.9

7.8

3.2

19 Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products

10.3

-40.0

55.9

25.9

-4.1

-11.4

20 Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products

7.0

-0.4

-0.1

20.7

0.3

110.8

21 Manufacture of pharmaceuticals, medicinal chemicals and botanical products

5.6

13.2

-6.5

11.4

3.7

401.0

22 Manufactrue of rubber and plastic products

9.5

-3.3

19.5

17.2

4.4

-2.8

23 Manufacture of other non-methalic mineral products

19.8

14.2

31.0

20.9

12.6

-24.0

24 Manufacture of basic metals

14.4

-19.3

24.5

0.0

-15.8

20.5

9.0

-5.8

16.2

5.7

-5.9

-7.8

0.3

-12.3

24.4

-7.4

5.0

-0.2

28 Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c

-41.9

-10.5

21.2

-31.1

8.0

23.5

29 Manufacture of motor vehicle, trailers and semi-trailers

-11.4

-4.6

33.4

-5.9

29.5

-23.5

25 Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment


26 Manufacture of computers, electronic and optical products
27 Manufacture of electrical equipment

30 Manufacyture of other transport equipment

31 Manufacture of furniture

-19.2

-34.3

-18.5

24.7

23.2

15.6

32 Other manufacturing

-32.8

-0.2

40.4

13.9

-19.2

-37.0

4.4

-13.1

16.9

2.1

7.1

5.4

33 Repair and installation of machinery and equipment


All Manufacturing
Source:
Country submission
Notes:
Covers establishments with total employment of 20 and over
- not available at the time of publication
p/ preliminary results

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Table X.13.
Selected Index of Industrial Production: Singapore, 2008-2013
(2011=100; annual change in percent)
Divison of Industry

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Index of Industrial Production


12 Manufacture of food, beverages and tobacco products

94.8

90.4

96.4

100.0

103.4

13 Manufacture of textiles

180.1

145.9

122.1

100.0

102.1

87.1

14 Manufacture of wearing apparels

334.6

211.0

123.3

100.0

92.1

77.8

15 Manufacture of leather and related products

128.2

79.5

81.8

100.0

98.5

109.8

16 Manufacture of wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture; manufacture of
articles of straw and plaiting materials

132.0

101.4

104.0

100.0

97.3

107.4

17 Manufacture of paper and paper products

101.0

95.4

106.1

100.0

97.5

103.2

18 Printing and reproduction of recorded media

118.2

100.9

103.5

100.0

93.0

86.1

19 Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products

113.1

96.4

95.6

100.0

99.4

93.5

20 Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products

84.5

80.3

97.6

100.0

100.5

104.1

21 Manufacture of pharmaceuticals, medicinal chemicals and botanical products

43.7

49.1

75.3

100.0

109.7

107.2

120.1

101.2

112.3

100.0

96.5

93.1

96.5

91.9

92.5

100.0

98.6

97.3

24 Manufacture of basic metals

109.8

92.6

102.2

100.0

90.6

76.5

25 Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment

105.2

22 Manufactrue of rubber and plastic products


23 Manufacture of other non-methalic mineral products

103.4

101.3

90.8

103.6

100.0

105.1

26 Manufacture of computers, electronic and optical products

93.1

85.2

113.6

100.0

90.6

94.4

27 Manufacture of electrical equipment

81.7

86.8

124.1

100.0

99.3

108.5

28 Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c

65.0

57.3

78.5

100.0

112.6

114.6

29 Manufacture of motor vehicle, trailers and semi-trailers

70.2

62.1

85.9

100.0

98.1

120.5

30 Manufacyture of other transport equipment

102.0

96.0

94.0

100.0

106.3

107.5

31 Manufacture of furniture

95.6

103.1

113.6

100.0

106.1

103.5

32 Other manufacturing

82.0

83.2

92.0

100.0

107.0

116.6

74.6

71.5

92.8

100.0

100.3

102.0

33 Repair and installation of machinery and equipment


All Manufacturing
Change in index
12 Manufacture of food, beverages and tobacco products

7.7

-4.6

6.6

3.7

3.4

0.0

-7.4

-19.0

-16.3

-18.1

2.1

-14.7

14 Manufacture of wearing apparels

-28.2

-36.9

-41.6

-18.9

-7.9

-15.5

15 Manufacture of leather and related products

-15.3

-38.0

2.9

22.2

-1.5

11.5

16 Manufacture of wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture; manufacture of
articles of straw and plaiting materials

-11.2

-23.1

2.6

-3.8

-2.7

10.4

13 Manufacture of textiles

17 Manufacture of paper and paper products

-1.2

-5.5

11.2

-5.7

-2.5

5.9

18 Printing and reproduction of recorded media

-3.3

-14.6

2.6

-3.4

-7.0

-7.4
-5.9

1.0

-14.8

-0.8

4.6

-0.6

20 Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products

19 Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products

-4.9

-4.9

21.5

2.5

0.5

3.6

21 Manufacture of pharmaceuticals, medicinal chemicals and botanical products

-7.2

12.5

53.2

32.9

9.7

-2.3
-3.5

22 Manufactrue of rubber and plastic products

-7.9

-15.8

10.9

-10.9

-3.5

23 Manufacture of other non-methalic mineral products

-16.9

-4.8

0.7

8.1

-1.4

-1.3

24 Manufacture of basic metals

20.9

-15.7

10.4

-2.1

-9.4

-15.6

25 Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment

-4.9

-10.4

14.1

-3.5

5.1

0.1

26 Manufacture of computers, electronic and optical products

-6.6

-8.5

33.3

-11.9

-9.4

4.2
9.3

27 Manufacture of electrical equipment

-1.9

6.2

43.1

-19.4

-0.7

28 Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c

-2.6

-11.9

37.1

27.4

12.6

1.8

-24.9

-11.5

38.2

16.4

-1.9

22.8

29 Manufacture of motor vehicle, trailers and semi-trailers


30 Manufacyture of other transport equipment

8.2

-6.0

-2.1

6.4

6.3

1.1

31 Manufacture of furniture

11.9

7.9

10.2

-12.0

6.1

-2.5

32 Other manufacturing

-2.9

1.5

10.6

8.6

7.0

9.0

-4.2

-4.2

29.7

7.8

0.3

1.7

33 Repair and installation of machinery and equipment


All Manufacturing

Source:
Country submission; Annual Census of Manufacturing Activities & Monthly Survey of Manufacturing Activities, Singapore Economic Development Board
Note:
- not available at the time of publication

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Table X.14.
Selected Index of Industrial Production: Thailand, 2007-2012
(2000=100; annual change in percent)
Divison of Industry

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Index of Industrial Production


10/11 Manufacture of food products and beverages

145.1

145.5

139.4

145.4

151.0

161.2

12 Manufacture of tobacco products

100.1

99.2

90.7

100.8

105.4

104.1

81.6

78.8

69.2

73.6

60.6

52.4

154.8

162.1

138.3

143.5

118.0

105.4

15 Manufacture of leather and related products

68.1

34.0

29.2

32.6

32.0

26.1

16 Manufacture of wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture; manufacture of
articles of straw and plaiting materials

70.0

56.7

44.4

46.7

42.6

41.5

134.1

128.1

117.4

122.3

117.7

118.2

13 Manufacture of textiles
14 Manufacture of wearing apparels

17 Manufacture of paper and paper products


18 Printing and reproduction of recorded media

19 Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products

142.7

140.7

137.7

141.2

135.6

147.1

20 Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products

152.8

151.0

152.6

166.7

173.1

184.7

126.9

124.7

117.1

128.4

129.8

133.1

21 Manufacture of pharmaceuticals, medicinal chemicals and botanical products


22 Manufactrue of rubber and plastic products
23 Manufacture of other non-methalic mineral products

157.6

157.6

147.1

162.3

163.0

177.1

24 Manufacture of basic metals

139.0

128.3

114.8

133.8

125.7

126.6

25 Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment

159.6

136.8

108.4

125.6

141.4

149.7

26 Manufacture of computers, electronic and optical products

587.0

709.6

744.0

849.6

714.3

598.4

27 Manufacture of electrical equipment

128.2

109.0

106.5

118.2

124.1

146.9

28 Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c

174.6

182.6

154.5

209.4

208.8

233.2

29 Manufacture of motor vehicle, trailers and semi-trailers

300.4

327.6

227.9

347.7

300.2

519.6

30 Manufacture of other transport equipment

315.2

288.3

196.0

250.0

277.8

294.7

71.0

56.9

58.7

57.8

51.9

50.7

32 Other manufacturing

31 Manufacture of furniture

262.8

227.5

186.2

251.4

243.0

233.5

33 Repair and installation of machinery and equipment

145.8

152.9

129.3

154.2

137.9

110.1

All Manufacturing

174.8

182.6

170.0

194.2

177.7

181.6

Change in Index
10/11 Manufacture of food products and beverages

3.0

0.3

-4.2

4.3

3.9

6.8

12 Manufacture of tobacco products

7.6

-0.9

-8.6

11.2

4.5

-1.2
-13.6

-6.6

-3.5

-12.2

6.5

-17.6

14 Manufacture of wearing apparels

13 Manufacture of textiles

4.1

4.7

-14.6

3.8

-17.8

-10.7

15 Manufacture of leather and related products

2.9

-50.1

-14.1

11.7

-2.0

-18.4

-4.1

-19.0

-21.7

5.3

-8.8

-2.6

5.6

-4.4

-8.3

4.1

-3.7

0.4

19 Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products

-1.5

-1.4

-2.1

2.5

-4.0

8.5

20 Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products

3.3

-1.2

1.0

9.2

3.8

6.7

22 Manufactrue of rubber and plastic products

-3.8

-1.8

-6.1

9.7

1.0

2.6

23 Manufacture of other non-methalic mineral products

8.6

16 Manufacture of wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture; manufacture of
articles of straw and plaiting materials
17 Manufacture of paper and paper products
18 Printing and reproduction of recorded media

21 Manufacture of pharmaceuticals, medicinal chemicals and botanical products

-5.2

0.0

-6.6

10.3

0.4

24 Manufacture of basic metals

0.1

-7.7

-10.6

16.6

-6.0

0.7

25 Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment

0.0

-14.3

-20.8

15.9

12.6

5.8

26 Manufacture of computers, electronic and optical products


27 Manufacture of electrical equipment
28 Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c
29 Manufacture of motor vehicle, trailers and semi-trailers

32.1

20.9

4.9

14.2

-15.9

-16.2

3.0

-15.0

-2.3

11.0

5.0

18.3

13.0

4.5

-15.4

35.5

-0.3

11.7

6.9

9.0

-30.4

52.5

-13.6

73.1

30 Manufacture of other transport equipment

-5.2

-8.5

-32.0

27.6

11.1

6.1

31 Manufacture of furniture

-0.2

-19.9

3.1

-1.4

-10.3

-2.3

32 Other manufacturing

10.4

-13.4

-18.2

35.0

-3.3

-3.9

33 Repair and installation of machinery and equipment

7.9

4.9

-15.4

19.2

-10.6

-20.1

All Manufacturing

8.5

4.5

-6.9

14.2

-8.5

2.2

Source:
Country submission; Office of Industrial Economics, Ministry of Industry
Note:
- - not available at the time of publication

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Table X.15.
Selected Index of Industrial Production: Viet Nam, 2012-2013
(?=100; annual change in percent)
Divison of Industry

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

Index of Industrial Production


10 Manufacture of food products

107.9

106.0

11 Manufacture of beverages

111.3

109.2

12 Manufacture of tobacco products

100.7

106.2

13 Manufacture of textiles

104.2

121.0

14 Manufacture of wearing apparels

107.5

110.9

15 Manufacture of leather and related products

107.8

118.7

16 Manufacture of wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture; manufacture of articles of straw and plaiting
materials

115.2

120.0

18 Printing and reproduction of recorded media

19 Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products

20 Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products

110.0

107.9

21 Manufacture of pharmaceuticals, medicinal chemicals and botanical products

106.0

111.2

22 Manufactrue of rubber and plastic products

110.4

109.5

94.9

104.6

17 Manufacture of paper and paper products

23 Manufacture of other non-methalic mineral products


24 Manufacture of basic metals

106.4

98.2

25 Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment

107.9

117.0

26 Manufacture of computers, electronic and optical products

114.4

102.2

27 Manufacture of electrical equipment

103.2

110.7

28 Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c


29 Manufacture of motor vehicle, trailers and semi-trailers
30 Manufacyture of other transport equipment

108.9

113.9

91.7

98.3

118.9

96.0

32 Other manufacturing

33 Repair and installation of machinery and equipment

105.5

107.6

10 Manufacture of food products

-1.8

11 Manufacture of beverages

-1.9

12 Manufacture of tobacco products

5.5

13 Manufacture of textiles

16.1

14 Manufacture of wearing apparels

3.2

15 Manufacture of leather and related products

10.1

16 Manufacture of wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture; manufacture of articles of straw and plaiting
materials

17 Manufacture of paper and paper products

4.2

18 Printing and reproduction of recorded media

19 Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products

20 Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products

-1.9

21 Manufacture of pharmaceuticals, medicinal chemicals and botanical products

4.9

22 Manufactrue of rubber and plastic products

-0.8

23 Manufacture of other non-methalic mineral products

10.2

24 Manufacture of basic metals

-7.7

25 Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment

8.4

26 Manufacture of computers, electronic and optical products

-10.7

27 Manufacture of electrical equipment

7.3

28 Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c

29 Manufacture of motor vehicle, trailers and semi-trailers

4.6

30 Manufacyture of other transport equipment

7.2

31 Manufacture of furniture

-19.3

32 Other manufacturing

33 Repair and installation of machinery and equipment

All Manufacturing

2.0

31 Manufacture of furniture

All Manufacturing
Change in Index

Source:
Country submission
Note:
- not available at the time of publication

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11

CHAPTER

OTHER SOCIAL SECTORS

Table XI.1.
Human Development Index (HDI), 1985-2013
Country

1985

1990

2005

2008

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Brunei Darussalam

0.786

0.838

0.843

0.844

0.846

0.852

0.852

Cambodia

0.512

0.536

0.564

0.571

0.575

0.579

0.584

Indonesia

0.582

0.623

0.640

0.654

0.671

0.678

0.681

0.684

Lao PDR

0.422

0.449

0.511

0.533

0.549

0.560

0.565

0.569

Malaysia

0.693

0.720

0.747

0.760

0.766

0.768

0.770

0.773

Myanmar

0.472

0.500

0.514

0.517

0.520

0.524

Philippines

0.692

0.719

0.638

0.648

0.651

0.652

0.656

0.660

Singapore

0.784

0.821

0.840

0.868

0.894

0.896

0.899

0.901

Thailand

0.673

0.705

0.685

0.704

0.715

0.716

0.720

0.722

Viet Nam

0.582

0.610

0.598

0.617

0.629

0.632

0.635

0.638

Sources:
Country yearbook and websites; United Nations Development Programme. Human Development Report 2014. http://hdr.undp.org/en
(as of 24 July 2014).; ADB Key Indicators 2006-2014
Note:
- - not available at the time of publication

Graphic XI.1.
Trend of HDI, 2008-2013

1.00
0.90
0.80
0.70
2008

Index

0.60

2010
2011

0.50

2012

0.40

2013

0.30
0.20
0.10
0.00
Brunei
Cambodia
Darussalam

Indonesia

Lao PDR

Malaysia

Myanmar

Country

216

Philippines Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

OTHER SOCIAL SECTORS

Table XI.2.
Percent of Population below the National Poverty Line, 1993-2013
(Urban + Rural)
(in percent)
Country

1993
(1994)

1997
(1996)

2000

2005

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(10)

(10)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia

39.0

36.1

30.1

26.1

21.1

19.8

17.72)

19.1

16.73)

16.6

15.4

14.2

13.3

12.5

11.7

11.4

Lao PDR

46.11)

27.6

24.0

Malaysia

8.7

Indonesia

38.6

1)

6.1

22.9

40.61)
-

Thailand
Viet Nam**)

Myanmar
Philippines*)
Singapore

3)

5.7

3.6

3.8

1.7

32.14)

25.6

23.6

36.8

39.4

26.0

26.3

25.2

13.0

11.42)

14.2

11.23)

9.0

50.9

15.5

14.8

14.5

14.2

12.6

11.1

9.8

Sources:
Country yearbook and websites; and ASEAN Statistical Report on the MDGs 2011, MDG Country Submission
Notes:
1). 1994 figure
2). 1996 figure
3). 2004 figure
4). 2006 figure
*). Philippines: Regional Poverty Estimation Methodology
**). Percent number of household
- - not available at the time of publication

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Table XI.3.
Percentage of Population Below the $1.25 PPP Poverty Line

Country

Below $1.25 PPP


Latest Yeara)

Below $2 PPP
Latest Year

Poverty Incidence
Latest Year

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia

28

49.5 (2009)

19.8 (2011)

Indonesia

16

43.3 (2011)

11.4 (2013)

Lao PDR

31

66.0 (2008)

24.0 (2010)

Malaysia

2.3 (2009)

1.7 (2012)

Myanmar

23.6 (2011)

Philippines

23

41.6 (2009)

25.2 (2012)

Singapore

Thailand

0.04

4.1 (2010)

9.0 (2008)

Viet Nam

14

43.3 (2008)

9.8 (2013)

Sources:
AMSs data submision; ASEAN Statistical Report on the MDGs 2011; ADB Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2012-2013
Notes:
a) Below $1.25 PPP and Below $2 PPP based on WB Povcalnet, with ASEANstats estimate for Cambodia and Viet Nam, see 2011
ASEAN MDG Report, p.13
- - not available at the time of publication

Graphic XI.2.
Percentage of Population Below $1.25 PPP and $2 PPP Poverty Line

(%)

Percentage of Population Below $2 PPP


Poverty Line

(%)

Percentage of Population Below $1.25


PPP Poverty Line

35

70

30

60

25

50

20

40

15

30

10

20

10

218

OTHER SOCIAL SECTORS

Table XI.4.
Gini Coefficient, 1990-2013
Country

1990

2000

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Brunei Darussalam

2012

2013

(11)

(12)

Cambodia

0.3801)

0.3513)

0.419

0.444

0.379

0.360

Indonesia

0.320

0.3103)

0.343

0.357

0.360

0.350

0.370

0.380

0.410

0.410

0.413

Lao PDR

0.354

0.367

Malaysia

0.442

0.4433)

0.379

0.441

0.462

Myanmar
Philippines
Singapore

0.4682)

0.488

0.440

0.458

0.464

0.482

0.474

0.471

0.472

0.473

Thailand

0.524

0.525

0.425

0.418

0.397

0.401

0.396

0.394

Viet Nam

0.378

0.420

0.434

0.433

Sources:
Country submission for yearbook and country websites; ASEAN in Figures 2003; ASEAN Community Progress Monitoring System
(ACPMS) 2012 Data Submission; UNESCAP Yearbook 2008; ADB Key Indicators 2005-2014
Notes:
1). 1994 figure
2). 1991 figure
3). 1999 figure
*). Indonesia and Cambodia based on household expenditure data
- - not available at the time of publication

Table XI.5.
Income Share of the Poorest 20%, 1990-2011
Country

1990

2000

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

2011

Brunei Darussalam

Cambodia

4.74)

6.9

6.6

7.5

7.9

Indonesia

8.4

7.1

6.2

7.6

7.3

Lao PDR

8.1

7.6

Malaysia

6.1

4.7

4.5

Myanmar

Philippines

6.21)

5.4

5.46)

5.6

6.0

Singapore

5.03)

Thailand

5.9

5.4

6.1

6.6

6.7

6.8

Viet Nam

8.82)

8.0

9.0

7.2

7.4

Sources:
Country submission for yearbook and country websites; ASEAN in Figures 2003; ADB Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 20052010; ADB basic Indicators 2014; UN MDG Report 2012 July 2013
Notes:
1). 1991 figure

2). 1992 figure
3). 1998 figure
4). 1999 figure
- - not available at the time of publication

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Table XI.6.
Proportion of Seats in National Legislature Held by Women, 1990-2013
(in percent)
Country

1990

1995

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

Brunei Darussalam*)
Cambodia

6.02)

17.1

19.5

16.3

21.0

21.0

20.3

20.3

12.13)

11.3

11.3

11.3

11.6

11.6

17.9

17.9

18.2

18.6

Lao PDR

9.41)

21.24)

22.9

22.9

25.3

25.2

25.2

25.2

25.2

25.0

25.0

Malaysia

9.6

9.1

9.1

10.0

10.8

10.4

10.4

10.4

10.4

Myanmar

4.3

3.5

6.0

Philippines

11.1

17.5

15.7

15.3

20.5

20.5

21.4

22.1

22.9

22.9

Singapore

4.9

4.6

16.0

16.0

24.5

24.5

24.5

23.4

23.4

22.2

24.2

Indonesia

Thailand

4.2

6.1

8.4

10.6

8.7

11.7

11.7

12.3

13.3

15.8

15.8

Viet Nam

17.8

18.5

27.3

27.3

27.3

25.8

25.8

25.8

25.8

24.4

24.4

Sources:
Country submission for ASEAN Statistical Report on the MDGs 2011 for year 2005 and 2010 figures
UN Millenium Development Indicators (MDGs), UNESCAP Statistics Division Website, November 2014
Notes:
1). 1992 figure
2). 1993 figure
3). 1996 figure
4). 1997 figure
*) Brunei Darussalam had never had a parliament
- - not available at the time of publication

Table XI.7.
Female Share of Paid Employment in Non-Agricultural Activities, 2000-2012
(in percent)
Country

2000

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

Brunei Darussalam

30.3

30.3

31.5

Cambodia

51.9

51.5

51.3

Indonesia

31.7

29.5

29.0

30.3

31.3

30.9

32.4

Lao PDR

32.1

Malaysia

37.9

37.9

38.3

38.5

38.7

39.0

39.2

Myanmar

2012
(12)

33.5

32.9

39.1

39.3

38.6

38.7

Philippines

40.9

41.3

40.7

41.4

41.9

41.9

41.7

41.9

42.0

41.8

41.4

Singapore

45.4

43.5

44.0

44.8

45.1

45.7

45.4

Thailand

44.1

44.5

44.0

45.4

45.1

45.0

45.4

45.5

45.4

45.8

45.4

Viet Nam

40.7

40.1

40.4

Source:
ASEAN in Figures 2003; UN Millenium Development Indicators, UNESCAP Statistics Division Website, November 2014
Notes:
Indonesia 2009-2010, Singapore, Thailand (except 2009) and Viet Nam the figures are for total paid employment
- - not available at the time of publication

220

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Table XI.8.
Proportion of Children under 15 Engaged in Child Labour
(in percent)

Country

1990

1995

2001

Latest year
Child Labour

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

Brunei Darussalam

Cambodia

6.91)

49.3

18.03)

Indonesia

3.2

2.2

1.12)

7.04)

Lao PDR

21.8

31.9

10.05)

Malaysia

Myanmar

Philippines

10.4

11.02)

11.06)

Singapore

Thailand

35.9

13.7

Viet Nam

7.7

2)

8.0

7.08)

7)

Sources:
Country submission for ASEAN in Figures 2003; ASI Country Submission (Cambodia 2001); UNICEF ChildInfo
website
Notes:
1). 1996 figure
2). 2000 figure
3). Cambodia Socio-Economic Survey 2013
4). Working Children in Indonesia 2009 (2009 Indonesia Child Labour Survey)
5). National Child Labour Survey 2010
6). Survey on Children (prelim) 2011
7). MICS 2005-06, table produced at UNICEF HQ
8). MICS 2011 data, UNICEF HQ calculations
- - not available at the time of publication

221

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Table XI.9.
Daily per Capita Protein Supply of ASEAN, 2000-2011
(Grams)
Country

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

Brunei Darussalam

86

86

88

91

91

89

87

85

84

83

83

84

Cambodia

48

52

54

55

54

55

57

60

61

62

62

63

Indonesia

53

53

53

53

54

54

54

55

56

57

58

60

Lao PDR

53

55

57

59

60

60

61

61

61

61

62

63

Malaysia

76

76

76

76

77

78

79

79

78

78

78

79

Myanmar

48

50

52

54

57

59

62

65

69

72

76

79

Philipines

53

54

55

55

56

56

57

58

59

60

61

61

Singapore
Thailand

59

58

58

58

58

59

60

60

59

58

58

59

Viet Nam

53

55

57

59

61

63

64

66

68

71

74

76

Source:
FAOSTAT Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations Statistics Division, 2014
Note:
- - not available at the time of publication

Table XI.10.
Daily per Capita Calorie Supply of ASEAN, 2000-2009
(Calories)
Country

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

Brunei Darussalam

2,758

2,814

2,845

2,800

Cambodia

2,129

2,114

2,150

2,197

2,176

2,281

2,346

2,372

2,373

2,382

Indonesia

2,431

2,364

2,434

2,460

2,492

2,483

2,510

2,546

2,609

2,646

Lao PDR

2,146

2,142

2,172

2,199

2,219

2,257

2,259

2,287

2,327

2,377

Malaysia

2,917

2,927

2,881

2,867

2,880

2,881

2,867

2,880

Myanmar

2,806

2,822

2,937

2,912

2,940

2,937

2,912

2,940

Philipines

2,375

2,372

2,379

2,480

2,490

2,379

2,480

2,490

Singapore

Thailand

2,459

2,486

2,467

2,425

2,400

2,467

2,425

2,400

Vie Nam

2,269

2,326

2,323

2,416

2,478

2,516

2,566

2,637

2,642

2,690

Source:
Food Security Portal, 2014
Note:
- - not available at the time of publication

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12

CHAPTER

OTHER SECTOR

Table XII.1.
Total ASEAN Exports of Services (credits)
(in US $ Million)
Services Headings

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Maintenance and repair services n.i.e.

3,092

3,918

4,733

6,496

6,659

6,728

7,914

8,590

8,164

Transport

34,176

37,807

48,854

57,983

46,637

56,663

61,055

62,299

63,531

Travel

34,921

43,615

55,331

59,549

53,492

67,892

84,457

95,357

108,355

Construction

2,397

2,433

3,235

3,773

3,146

3,200

3,739

4,294

4,625

Insurance and pension services

1,820

2,027

2,249

2,662

3,174

4,113

3,747

4,365

5,269

Financial Services

5,451

7,501

11,445

11,995

11,453

13,204

16,507

17,620

19,614

869

645

853

1,142

1,312

1,310

2,069

2,476

2,447

4,031

5,198

6,415

7,707

8,330

9,910

11,652

12,324

12,598

Charges for the use of intellectual


property n.i.e
Telecommunications, computer, and
information services

25,554

30,632

34,101

39,080

40,051

46,744

53,976

61,907

64,550

Personal, cultural, and recreational


services

Other business services

369

443

487

754

739

882

973

951

986

Government goods and services, n.i.e.

933

1,063

1,080

1,289

1,268

1,383

1,500

1,595

1,755

113,614

135,282

168,782

192,430

176,261

212,029

247,592

271,779

291,895

ASEAN1/

1/ Excludes data on Manufacturing Services on Physical Inputs owned by others.


Based on IMF Balance of Payments Manual, 6th Edition

Table XII.2.
Total ASEAN Imports of Services (debits)
(in US $ Million)
Services Headings

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

436

577

747

897

1,087

1,033

1,173

1,598

1,626

Transport

Maintenance and repair services n.i.e.

56,108

63,489

73,767

87,699

66,842

83,789

97,567

103,268

105,212

Travel

25,846

28,600

34,074

39,460

37,412

46,780

52,199

58,645

62,372

Construction

3,272

3,556

4,099

4,048

3,540

3,579

3,422

4,620

5,499

Insurance and pension services

4,762

5,343

6,216

7,857

7,455

9,339

10,905

11,677

12,145

Financial Services

2,205

2,707

3,603

4,014

3,356

4,055

4,811

5,009

5,572

13,581

13,860

14,618

19,093

18,608

23,124

26,165

27,397

28,533

3,390

4,167

4,897

6,198

6,133

7,397

9,663

10,641

11,699

29,401

34,571

41,274

46,658

44,179

47,952

55,914

59,058

62,209

677

764

855

1,124

968

995

1,107

1,456

1,733

1,041

1,196

1,324

1,550

1,601

1,908

1,949

2,005

1,997

140,720

158,830

185,475

218,599

191,181

229,952

264,875

285,372

298,597

Charges for the use of intellectual


property n.i.e
Telecommunications, computer, and
information services
Other business services
Personal, cultural, and recreational
services
Government goods and services, n.i.e.
ASEAN1/

1/ Excludes data on Manufacturing Services on Physical Inputs owned by others.


Based on IMF Balance of Payments Manual, 6th Edition
Source:
ASEANstats Database as of 31 December 2014 (Data submission from ASEAN Member States through the ASEAN Working Group on Statistics of International
Trade in Services (WGSITS).

224

OTHER SECTOR

Table XII.3.
Trend of Crude Oil Export by Country
(in US $ Million)

Country

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Brunei Darussalam

3,888.3

5,126.6

5,050.7

4,271.0

3,438.6

4,332.2

6,277.1

6,258.1

5,119.3

8,145.8

8,168.8

6,309.1

12,418.7

7,820.3

10,402.9

13,828.7

12,293.4

10,204.7

Cambodia
Indonesia
Lao PDR

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Malaysia

7,953.4

8,692.3

9,761.8

12,412.0

7,251.2

9,607.7

10,924.5

10,463.8

10,215.5

Philippines

157.2

129.6

135.2

160.5

225.2

339.8

415.2

597.8

975.5

Singapore

57.5

77.6

45.3

53.4

21.2

21.9

0.5

0.2

0.4

Myanmar

Thailand

1,378.4

1,442.2

1,159.2

1,707.3

1,038.4

837.4

1,378.8

1,662.2

1,163.5

Viet Nam

4,527.4

4,642.7

4,819.1

6,650.3

3,247.1

3,157.4

5,386.8

7,946.7

6,871.5

26,108.1

28,280.0

27,280.4

37,673.3

23,041.9

28,699.3

38,211.6

39,222.1

34,550.5

ASEAN
Source:
ASEAN Trade Statistics Database
Crude Oil: SITC 333

Table XII.4.
Trend of Crude Oil Import by Country
(in US $ Million)
Country

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.2

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.2

0.4

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.1

6,797.0

7,852.6

5,493.2

10,061.5

7,362.2

8,531.2

11,154.5

1,774.8

1,611.4

Lao PDR

0.1

0.3

0.2

0.4

0.5

0.6

0.7

0.0

Malaysia

3,393.3

4,761.9

5,481.0

5,634.2

4,219.8

5,724.4

7,832.0

15,418.5

19,386.1

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.4

Myanmar
Philippines

3,780.6

5,041.7

5,732.9

7,498.8

3,354.5

5,504.6

7,874.2

465.0

834.0

Singapore

18,503.1

20,394.7

22,524.1

36,357.6

20,068.9

24,037.7

33,607.0

73,240.8

69,256.3

Thailand

17,114.4

20,045.7

20,089.6

29,781.2

19,008.3

8,447.8

32,897.4

11,388.5

11,473.5

Viet Nam

6.5

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

294.6

567.0

1,666.4

1,146.1

49,595.1

58,096.7

59,321.1

89,333.9

54,014.3

52,540.9

93,932.7 103,954.8

103,707.9

ASEAN

Source:
ASEAN Trade Statistics Database; except Singapore 2010 is taken from UN Comtrade
Crude Oil: SITC 333

225

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Table XII.5.
Trend of Petroleum Products Export by Country
(in US $ Million)
Country

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Brunei Darussalam

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.0

0.2

1.5

0.3

0.0

0.0

Cambodia

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Indonesia

1,903.8

2,815.3

1,604.6

1,162.4

866.2

2,190.9

2,901.7

10,803.2

13,585.8

Lao PDR

0.0

0.0

1.3

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.1

52.1

6.2

Malaysia

3,997.8

5,114.7

5,765.5

8,229.4

5,501.3

7,977.2

10,780.4

8,981.5

7,167.6

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Philippines

585.8

918.3

889.3

1,082.0

262.4

371.2

647.5

7,618.8

6,617.1

Singapore

26,550.3

33,845.8

39,746.7

61,066.2

40,008.4

55,145.2

79,250.2

39,827.6

35,559.1

Thailand

2,596.3

3,910.6

4,896.0

8,842.0

6,302.5

7,797.9

10,093.2

35,843.2

37,396.1

Viet Nam

261.3

442.0

510.5

734.5

471.7

1,166.4

1,887.2

583.9

1,123.1

35,895.4

47,046.8

53,414.2

81,116.6

53,412.8

74,650.3

105,560.6

103,710.3

101,454.9

Myanmar

ASEAN
Source:
ASEAN Trade Statistics Database
Petroleum Products: SITC 334

Table XII.6.
Trend of Petroleum Products Import by Country
(in US $ Million)
Country

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
Indonesia

18.9

21.7

41.3

14.7

75.4

123.3

234.3

254.6

181.5

210.5

286.8

307.6

350.3

316.4

747.6

1,699.5

268.5
944.3

10,580.8

10,963.1

7,116.3

19,963.6

10,841.0

17,654.3

27,721.8

28,038.2

27,850.9

Lao PDR

169.2

196.7

218.2

377.9

332.1

381.3

391.5

756.1

546.5

Malaysia

4,660.9

5,602.5

6,090.4

6,021.4

4,084.4

7,888.4

10,705.1

15,593.7

22,066.6

262.5

504.9

471.5

582.7

697.5

913.6

1,638.4

1,839.4

1,705.4

Philippines

Myanmar

2,001.8

2,335.9

2,896.7

3,780.9

3,249.1

3,234.2

3,667.5

4,977.5

5,282.6

Singapore

16,824.2

24,207.3

29,923.8

51,033.3

38,724.3

56,909.8

80,372.0

77,314.7

74,613.4

Thailand

1,848.0

2,308.2

2,137.9

1,570.5

1,075.5

5,440.1

2,997.1

3,441.6

3,676.2

Viet Nam

3,266.6

4,412.1

5,057.2

7,057.5

5,232.0

5,006.0

7,800.5

9,334.8

7,386.4

ASEAN

39,814.4

50,763.0

54,240.2

90,710.1

64,661.5

Source:
ASEAN Trade Statistics Database
Petroleum Products: SITC 334

226

97,867.3 136,275.9 143,250.2 144,340.8

OTHER SECTOR

Table XII.7.
Trend of Net Export of Crude Oil and Petroleum Products
(in US $ Million)
Country

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Crude Oil
Exports

19,879.6

26,108.1

28,280.0

27,280.4

37,673.3

23,041.9

28,699.3

38,211.6

Imports

33,664.8

49,595.1

58,096.7

59,321.1

89,333.9

54,014.3

52,540.9

93,932.7 103,710.3

Net Exports

-13,785.2

-23,487.0

-29,816.7 -32,040.7

-51,660.6

-30,972.4

-23,841.6

-55,721.1 -64,488.2

0.6

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.4

0.4

0.5

Exports

25,880.5

35,895.4

47,046.8

53,414.2

81,116.6

53,412.8

74,650.3 105,560.6 103,954.8

Imports

28,777.1

39,814.4

50,763.0

54,240.2

90,710.1

64,661.5

97,867.3 136,275.9 143,250.2

Net Exports

-2,896.6

-3,919.0

-3,716.2

-826.0

-9,593.5

-11,248.7

-23,217.0

0.9

0.9

0.9

1.0

0.9

0.8

0.8

Export/Imports

39,222.1

0.4

0.4

Petroleum Products

Export/Imports

-30,715.3 -39,295.4
0.8

Source:
ASEAN Trade Statistics Database
Crude Oil: SITC 333; and Petroleum Products: SITC 334

Graphic XII.1
Trend of ASEAN Exports and Imports of Crude Oil and ASEAN Exports and
Imports of Petroleum Products (US$ millions)
160,000
140,000

Value (US$ Millions)

120,000
100,000

Exports Crude Oil


Imports Crude Oil
Exports Petroleum Prod
Imports Petroleum Prod

80,000
60,000
40,000
20,000
0
1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Year

227

0.7

OTHER SECTOR

Table XII.8. ASEAN Major

No

Country

2009

(1)

(2)

No

Country

2010

(3)

(4)

No

Country
(5)

ASEAN

8,092.1

ASEAN

7,172.6

ASEAN

Australia

3,614.1

Australia

5,816.0

Japan

China

2,770.4

Republic of Korea

5,108.9

Australia

Republic of Korea

2,709.5

Japan

3,484.7

Republic of Korea

Japan

1,998.2

China

2,496.1

China

India

1,823.0

India

1,807.4

India

USA

1,340.0

USA

1,651.2

USA

New Zealand

511.4

New Zealand

763.5

New Zealand

Taiwan

24.5

Taiwan

336.6

Taiwan

10

Chile

23.0

10

Papua New Guinea

40.7

10

Papua New Guinea

Top 10

22,906.1

Top 10

28,677.7

Top 10

Others

135.8

Others

21.6

Others

Total

23,041.9

Total

28,699.3

Total

Source:
ASEAN Trade Statistics Database
Crude Oil: SITC 333

Table XII.9. ASEAN Major Supplier

No

Country

2009

(1)

(2)

No

Country

2010

(3)

(4)

No

Country
(5)

Saudi Arabia

13,488.7

Saudi Arabia

15,557.0

Saudi Arabia

United Arab Emirates

10,287.4

United Arab Emirates

8,499.8

United Arab Emirates

ASEAN

8,238.1

ASEAN

8,440.4

ASEAN

Qatar

6,495.5

Qatar

6,164.2

Qatar

Kuwait

2,523.4

Kuwait

2,412.4

Russian

Oman

2,472.9

Australia

1,658.3

Kuwait

Australia

2,424.0

Russian

1,414.3

Oman

Yemen

1,210.6

Oman

1,240.2

Australia

Azerbaijan

1,023.1

Iraq

1,233.1

Yemen

10

Sudan

792.4

10

Turkey

1,124.8

10

Iran, Islamic Republic of

Top 10

48,956.0

Top 10

47,744.3

Top 10

Others

5,058.3

Others

4,796.5

Others

Total

54,014.3

Total

52,540.9

Source:
ASEAN Trade Statistics Database
Crude Oil: SITC 333

228

Total

OTHER SECTOR

Market of Crude Oil, 2009-2013


(in US $ Million)
2011

No

Country

2012

(7)

(8)

(6)

No

Country

2013

(9)

(10)

8,512.9

Japan

9,415.6

ASEAN

8,038.1

7,648.3

ASEAN

7,991.7

Australia

7,437.7

7,089.0

Australia

7,852.4

Japan

7,420.6

5,852.5

Republic of Korea

4,960.8

Republic of Korea

4,082.8

3,147.3

India

2,483.5

India

2,729.1

2,993.9

China

2,408.4

China

1,820.9

1,773.5

USA

1,378.0

USA

1,347.9

759.6

New Zealand

1,133.7

New Zealand

1,156.0

210.7

United Arab Emirates

821.8

Taiwan

359.2

193.7

10

Papua New Guinea

146.5

10

Papua New Guinea

117.2

38,181.3

Top 10

38,592.3

Top 10

30.3

Others

629.8

Others

38,211.6

Total

39,222.1

34,509.5
41.0

Total

34,550.5

(Origin) of Crude Oil, 2009-2013


(in US $ Million)
2011

No

Country

2012

(7)

(8)

(6)

No

Country

2013

(9)

(10)

25,537.2

United Arab Emirates

28,750.4

United Arab Emirates

29,184.4

22,489.1

Saudi Arabia

24,393.4

Saudi Arabia

20,679.7

9,974.2

Qatar

10,154.9

Qatar

9,748.5

9,849.8

ASEAN

8,511.3

ASEAN

9,564.0

4,735.4

Kuwait

4,372.1

Russia

5,459.3

3,515.9

Oman

4,181.4

Azerbaijan

3,772.6

3,482.4

Russia

4,092.3

Oman

3,584.1

2,875.2

Australia

3,254.7

Kuwait

3,409.3

1,742.2

Nigeria

3,124.2

Nigeria

3,253.3

1,637.9

10

Azerbaijan

2,544.1

10

Iraq

2,948.3

85,839.3

Top 10

93,379.0

Top 10

8,093.4

Others

10,575.7

Others

93,932.7

Total

103,954.8

229

Total

91,603.5
12,104.5
103,707.9

OTHER SECTOR

Table XII.10. ASEAN Major Market of

No

Country

2009

(1)

(2)

No

Country

2010

(3)

(4)

No

Country
(5)

ASEAN

25,689.8

ASEAN

38,668.7

ASEAN

Hong Kong

6,570.1

Hong Kong

6,948.9

Australia

Australia

4,726.9

China

6,651.2

Hong Kong

China

4,170.8

Australia

5,642.3

China

EU-28

1,556.5

India

2,792.1

India

India

1,507.8

Japan

1,498.7

EU-28

Japan

1,091.8

Republic of Korea

1,176.5

Bangladesh

Republic of Korea

1,014.5

EU-28

1,166.3

Republic of Korea

Bangladesh

921.0

Bangladesh

1,115.5

Japan

10

New Zealand

674.3

10

New Zealand

827.3

10

Top 10

47,923.6

Others

Top 10

5,489.2

Total

66,487.6

Others

53,412.8

8,162.8

Total

Taiwan
Top 10
Others

74,650.3

Total

Source:
ASEAN Trade Statistics Database
Petroleum products: SITC 334

Table XII.11. ASEAN Major Supplier (Origin)

No

Country

2009

(1)

(2)

No

Country

2010

(3)

(4)

No

Country
(5)

ASEAN

26,843.3

ASEAN

41,450.5

Republic of Korea

4,684.1

Republic of Korea

8,033.1

ASEAN
Republic of Korea

China

4,585.9

India

7,136.6

India

India

2,818.0

China

6,318.4

EU-28

Japan

2,813.1

EU-28

4,429.3

China

USA

2,756.4

Taiwan

4,376.4

Japan

EU-28

2,755.3

Japan

3,990.3

Saudi Arabia

Taiwan

2,628.3

USA

3,453.8

USA

Venezuela

2,413.6

Russia

2,763.8

Iran, Islamic Republic of

10

Saudi Arabia

2,127.7

10

Venezuela (Bolivarian
Republic of)

2,719.7

10

Taiwan

Top 10

54,425.9

Top 10

84,671.9

Top 10

Others

10,235.6

Others

13,195.4

Others

Total

64,661.5

Total

97,867.3

Total

Source:
ASEAN Trade Statistics Database
Petroleum products: SITC 334

230

OTHER SECTOR

Petroleum Products, 2009-2013


(in US $ Million)
2011

No

Country

2012

(7)

(8)

(6)

No

Country

2013

(9)

(10)

58,399.5

ASEAN

60,274.3

ASEAN

8,928.0

Australia

9,689.5

China

60,341.8
8,676.7

8,676.8

China

7,883.9

Australia

8,503.5

8,667.7

Hong Kong

6,025.6

Hong Kong

5,643.6

3,080.2

Republic of Korea

2,297.4

Republic of Korea

2,323.2

1,926.0

EU-28

1,933.0

Bangladesh

1,764.0

1,782.5

Japan

1,717.1

USA

1,575.1

1,454.7

Bangladesh

1,351.4

Sri Lanka

1,475.3

1,388.3

India

1,257.4

South Africa

1,280.8

1,170.2

10

South Africa

1,230.9

10

EU-28

1,127.1

93,660.4

Top 10

92,711.0

10,049.9

Others

95,473.8

Top 10

10,086.8

Others

105,560.6

Total

103,710.3

8,743.9

Total

101,454.9

of Petroleum Products, 2009-2013


(in US $ Million)
2011

No

(6)

Country

2012

(7)

(8)

No

Country

2013

(9)

(10)

55,406.6

ASEAN

59,878.8

ASEAN

14,077.7

Republic of Korea

13,712.0

Republic of Korea

11,251.8

India

10,242.3

Taiwan

60,044.2
14,105.1
8,527.8

7,809.7

EU-28

8,113.2

India

7,479.7

5,389.1

Taiwan

7,418.3

China

6,787.8
6,088.5

5,348.3

Saudi Arabia

4,967.7

EU-28

4,877.4

United Arab Emirates

4,621.2

United Arab Emirates

6,047.3

4,649.5

China

4,472.7

Venezuela

5,584.0

4,574.1

USA

4,438.2

Saudi Arabia

4,831.7

4,513.8

10

Kuwait

4,034.4

10

USA

4,295.6

117,898.2

Top 10

121,898.7

Top 10

18,377.7

Others

21,351.4

Others

136,275.9

Total

143,250.2

231

Total

123,791.9
20,548.9
144,340.8

OTHER SECTOR

Table XII.12.
Forest Areas as a Percentage of Total Areas
Total Forest Area (000 Ha)
Country

(1)

Brunei Darussalam

Forest areas as a percentage of land areas (%)

1990

2000

2012

1990

2000

2012

Annual
Change
1990-2012

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

413

397

376

78.4

75.3

71.4

-0.4

Cambodia

12,944

11,546

9,839

73.3

65.4

55.7

-1.2

Indonesia

118,545

99,409

93,062

65.4

54.9

51.4

-1.1

Lao PDR

17,314

16,532

15,595

75.0

71.6

67.6

-0.5

Malaysia

22,376

21,591

20,282

68.1

65.7

61.7

-0.4

Myanmar

39,218

34,868

31,154

60.0

53.4

47.7

-1.0

6,570

7,117

7,775

22.0

23.9

26.1

0.8

3.4

3.4

3.3

-0.2

Thailand

19,549

19,004

19,002

38.3

37.2

37.2

-0.1

Viet Nam

9,363

11,725

14,085

28.8

37.7

45.4

2.1

246,294

222,191

211,172

The Philippines
Singapore

ASEAN

Source:
FAO Statistics Division; http://faostat.fao.org

232

OTHER SECTOR

Table XII.13
Protected Terrestial Land Areas in ASEAN

Country
(1)

Brunei Darussalam

Protected area (%)


1990

2000

2010

(2)

(3)

(4)

41.52

49.77

49.77

Cambodia

0.03

23.66

26.65

Indonesia

10.56

14.26

14.89

Lao PDR

1.49

16.65

16.65

Malaysia

17.25

18.26

18.28

Myanmar

3.23

4.60

6.53

The Philippines

8.75

10.78

10.88

Singapore

4.48

4.63

4.57

Thailand

14.91

20.19

20.36

Viet Nam

4.59

6.40

6.63

Source:
FAO Database, http://faostat.fao.org/site/684/default.asp

233

OTHER SECTOR

Table XII.14. ASEAN Telecommunication


ICT Service

Year

Brunei Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Main Telephone Density


(per 1000 persons)

2005

227.0

2.3

60.5

15.3

2006

209.0

2.4

65.7

15.2

2007

199.1

2.6

86.9

15.6

2008

195.3

3.0

133.6

20.6

2009

201.5

3.7

147.7

20.9

2010

192.7

25.1

174.8

16.5

2011

188.9

36.5

162.5

16.9

107.7

2012
Cellular/Mobile Phone
Density (per 1000 persons)

2005

650.0

60.9

210.6

2006

827.0

81.8

283.0

2007

1,089.0

97.5

415.7

242.7
335.8

2008

1,064.0

283.1

598.3

2009

1,122.0

450.6

670.8

529.2

2010

1,125.0

736.8

880.8

645.6

2011

1,127.0

1,079.7

1,024.9

871.6

2012

1,175.0

1,319.6

1,152.0

1,018.5

2013

1,154.0

Source:
Compiled based on AMCs data submission, statistical yearbooks, and national statistical offices websites;
and other Database

Table XII.15. ASEAN Internet


ICT Service

Year

Brunei Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

No of Internet Service
Subscribers
(Thousands)

Internet Subscribers /Users


per 1000 Persons

2005

133.5

42.8

7,896.0

2006

159.2

66.0

10,576.0

50.0
70.0

2007

162.6

68.9

12,658.5

95.9

2008

177.0

70.5

18,602.2

213.8

2009

192.0

74.1

20,647.9

366.7

2010

199.5

178.1

21,828.3

434.1

2011

54.1

450.2

29,186.0

574.7

2012

52.5

728.2

37,697.3

700.3

2013

52.8

40,532.5

2005

48.0

0.6

35.4

4.2

2006

48.0

0.6

46.9

11.6

2007

55.0

0.8

57.9

16.4

2008

63.0

1.5

79.2

35.5
60.0

2009

84.9

20.7

87.0

2010

125.9

22.4

109.2

70.0

2011

128.0

31.0

122.8

90.0

2012

131.3

49.4

153.6

107.5

2013

130.0

162.9

Sources:
Compiled based on AMSs data submission; latest country websites;
and other Database

234

OTHER SECTOR

Services Statistics, 2005- 2013


Malaysia

Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

ASEAN

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

166.3

9.0

77.6

433.2

110.0

78.5

72.5

165.4

85.4

420.5

109.0

322.3

110.8

163.8

13.6

44.4

415.2

104.9

331.3

126.4

158.9

16.4

45.1

402.4

104.2

339.8

142.1

157.0

16.2

44.6

391.1

103.7

348.5

144.9

158.2

8.3

35.5

393.2

102.9

165.4

122.5

146.5

8.7

37.1

389.3

98.5

115.8

110.0

751.7

2.6

413.0

425.7

484.7

104.9

312.2

754.5

3.6

492.9

463.9

605.0

234.7

393.5

879.2

5.0

647.5

562.1

802.0

474.5

569.2

1,007.7

9.1

752.8

634.0

930.0

789.9

768.3

1,078.5

12.3

819.6

685.8

986.0

1278.1

873.9

1,192.2

15.7

900.5

729.0

1,066.0

1296.3

874.6

1,270.4

24.1

981.3

775.5

1,146.0

1,449.4

967.5

1,430.0

62.0

1,044.9

806.4

1,237.0

1,560.7

1,114.5

1,436.0

842.3

1,088.5

Note:
- - not available at the time of publication

Services Statisics, 2005-2013


Malaysia

Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

ASEAN

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

12,537.0

31.5

4,615.0

2,500.0

7,382.2

10,571.1

45,759.2

13,989.0

35.0

5,000.0

2,600.0

8,466.0

14,684.0

55,645.2

15,379.7

46.0

5,341.0

1,057.0

13,868.6

17,414.2

66,092.5

15,346.1

104.0

5,608.8

3,292.8

12,424.8

20,559.7

76,399.6

15,623.7

104.7

8,253.3

3,412.5

13,809.9

23,072.3

85,557.1

15,705.8

43.0

4,320.0

3,560.5

14,653.9

24,211.0

104,086.3

17,668.2

50.1

5,184.0

2,498.6

1,602.0

4,084.6

140,808.0

61.0

6,214.6

1,799.6

4,775.4

423.7

0.1

16.9

396.5

12.0

2.53

77.6

542.3

0.1

23.0

380.7

14.2

6.14

96.9

557.0

0.7

28.2

430.4

15.5

15.2

118.3

558.0

0.2

33.2

479.8

18.2

24.07

130.0
143.5

559.0

0.7

39.0

477.7

20.1

34.49

563.0

0.7

46.0

488.9

22.4

41.91

187.0

610.0

0.8

54.1

482.0

23.7

46.5

232.8

2171/

1.0

63.7

26.5

53.8

226.0

57.6

Notes:
1/ Malaysia data 2012-2013 using Broadband Internet Subscribers
- - not available at the time of publication

235

OTHER SECTOR

Graphic XII.2.
Trend in Mobile Phone Density per 1000 persons in ASEAN Countries, 2005-2013
1800
2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Mobile Phone Density (per 1000 persons)

1600

1400

1200

1000

800

600

400

200

0
Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

Malaysia

Myanmar

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

ASEAN

Country

Graphic XII.3.
Trend in Internet Users Density per 1000 persons in ASEAN Countries, 2005- 2013

700

Internet Users (per 1000 persons)

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

600

500

400

300

200

100

0
Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Indonesia

Lao PDR

Malaysia

Myanmar

Country

236

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

ASEAN

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