List of Malaysian states by GDP

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This page lists the states and federal territories of Malaysia by Gross domestic product/Gross state product.

List of states by gross state product[edit]

As of 31 December 2010, 1 Malaysian Ringgit is equivalent to 0.3256 US Dollar.[1]

2012
Rank
State or
federal territory
2012 GSP
(RMBillion)
2011 GSP
(RMBillion)
2010 GSP
(RMBillion)
2009 GSP
(RMBillion)
2008 GSP
(RMBillion)
2007 GSP
(RMBillion)
2006 GSP
(RMBillion)
2005 GSP
(RMBillion)
1  Selangor 176.239 164.605 155.739 139.237 139.877 128.169 118.819 113.185
2  Kuala Lumpur 114.106 106.477 97.830 88.488 85.414 78.302 71.894 67.017
3  Sarawak 71.874 70.821 66.947 64.173 65.470 65.283 60.265 57.700
4  Johor 68.791 64.566 60.679 55.268 56.990 54.685 52.539 50.058
5  Penang 52.530 50.027 48.161 43.626 48.749 46.226 43.401 39.186
6  Sabah 44.434 42.664 42.101 40.986 39.114 35.318 34.221 32.427
7  Perak 39.627 36.985 34.576 32.700 33.060 31.048 29.558 27.733
8  Pahang 30.750 29.187 27.484 26.203 26.465 25.206 24.693 23.061
9  Negeri Sembilan 27.717 26.407 25.177 23.804 23.657 22.680 21.554 19.736
10  Kedah 25.307 23.863 21.998 21.092 21.209 21.033 19.255 17.829
11  Melaka 21.953 20.482 19.689 18.472 18.250 17.422 16.333 15.049
12  Terengganu 19.627 18.968 18.487 17.720 18.500 18.122 16.867 15.562
13  Kelantan 13.461 12.771 11.991 11.436 11.203 10.482 9.658 9.031
14  Perlis 3.535 3.382 3.318 3.166 3.250 3.157 2.945 2.845
15  Labuan 3.181 3.007 2.646 2.486 2.369 2.678 2.551 2.146

Gross state product per capita[edit]

The following table is a list based on the 2010 GSP per capita.[2] Exchange rate is based on the rate as at 31 December 2010.[1]

State or
federal territory
GSP per capita (2010)

(RM)
GSP per capita (2010)

(USD$)
 Kuala Lumpur 55,951 18,218
 Penang 33,456 10,893
 Sarawak 33,307 10,845
 Selangor 31,363 10,212
 Labuan 29,116 9,480
 Negeri Sembilan 27,485 8,949
 Melaka 24,697 8,041
 Pahang 22,743 7,405
 Johor 20,911 6,809
 Terengganu 19,225 6,260
 Sabah 17,242 5,614
 Perak 16,088 5,238
 Perlis 15,296 4,980
 Kedah 13,294 4,329
 Kelantan 8,273 2,694

See also[edit]

Sources[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "US Dollar to Malaysian Ringgit (USD MYR) for 31 December 2010 (31/12/2010)". exchangerates.org.uk. Retrieved 15 January 2013. 
  2. ^ "GDP Per Capita by State for the year 2008-2010 at Current Price". Department of Statistics, Malaysia. Retrieved 15 January 2013.