BMI View: Malaysia's mining output growth will remain weaker than seen in previous years due to
continued mineral price weakness. Despite this, the continued presence of major miners across the gold and
tin sub-sectors will ensure that output from both segments contin ..."
BMI View: Malaysia's mining sector is facing into a more modest growth output than the one seen in recent
years. Falling mineral prices have been eating increasingly into the profitability of the country's miners,
leading many firms to scale back production as well as ..."
BMI View: Despite significant deposits of untapped minerals and positive reforms by the Malaysian
government in recent years, Malaysia's mining sector is unlikely to witness a resource boom over our
forecast period to 2018. Depleting reserves and falling ore grades wi ..."
BMI View: We forecast Malaysia's mining industry to reach US$38.7bn by 2017, growing at an annual average rate of 2.5% from 2011 levels. The bulk of this growth will be led by the country's nascent gold mining sector, which has attracted a number of foreign investors in recent ye ..."
We forecast that Malaysia's mining industry value will reach MYR109.3bn by 2016, an annual average growth of 1.1% from 2011's estimated MYR103.7bn. Growth will be led by the country's nascent gold mining industry, which has been attracting a number of foreign investors. Monument ..."