Region: Malaysia
Category: Consumer Goods & Retailing

Malaysia Consumer Goods & Retailing

(293 reports matching your criteria)
  • Malaysian Electric Toothbrush Market Research Report

    ... during the review period to reach a largest market value of USE 18.33 million by the end of 2027. An electric toothbrush oscillates or rotates the bristles using a motor. The electronic version of the ... Read More

  • Malaysia Footwear Market Outlook (2019-2027)

    ... to 2021 and forecasts until 2027 which makes the report an invaluable resource for industry executives, marketing, sales and product managers, consultants, analysts, and other people looking for key industry data in a readily accessible ... Read More

  • Malaysia Knitted and Crocheted Apparel Market Outlook (2019-2027)

    ... research includes historic data from 2019 to 2021 and forecasts until 2027 which makes the report an invaluable resource for industry executives, marketing, sales and product managers, consultants, analysts, and other people looking for key ... Read More

  • Personal Luxury in Malaysia

    ... designer apparel and footwear brands are focusing on athleisure ranges. These target millennial luxury shoppers and the emerging athleisure style trend, which has been particularly strong since the easing of lockdown, with people increasingly demanding ... Read More

  • Experiential Luxury in Malaysia

    ... their pre-pandemic peak. The fact that Malaysia re-opened its borders to international visitors on April 1, 2022, was the main driver of this. Having been flat since 2019, the number of experiential luxury sites/outlets will ... Read More

  • Premium and Luxury Cars in Malaysia

    ... economic environment, this recovery was supported the temporary elimination of sales tax on locally assembled vehicles. Imported cars benefited from a 50% reduction in sales tax. The Malaysian Automotive Association has urged the government to ... Read More

  • Luxury Goods in Malaysia

    ... to rebound in 2021, with this trend continuing into 2022. Experiential luxury was by far the top performer during the latter year, with the re-opening of the country’s borders during the second quarter of the ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in Malaysia

    ... the year benefited cigarettes sales as people returned to workplaces and partook in social events again, leading to more social smoking and hence boosting cigarettes sales. Euromonitor International's Cigarettes in Malaysia report offers a comprehensive ... Read More

  • Cigars, Cigarillos and Smoking Tobacco in Malaysia

    ... review period before the onset of COVID-19. The pandemic limited the rate of increase in the year. The virus saw a resurgence in the country in the first half of the year, which led to ... Read More

  • Smokeless Tobacco, E-Vapour Products and Heated Tobacco in Malaysia

    ... government has made to legalise vaping in the country. Most sales of e-vapour products are via non-grocery specialists or vape shops. Vaping has become a new trend amongst adult smokers, with there being an extensive ... Read More

  • Tobacco in Malaysia

    ... bars and restaurants, and partaking in social gatherings again, which led to an increase in social smoking. Euromonitor International's Tobacco in Malaysia report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market ... Read More

  • Eyewear in Malaysia

    ... spend more time out of the home again and seek convenience and practicality from their eyewear solutions. This will lead to an increasing shift towards wearing contact lenses over spectacles, though most consumers who wear ... Read More

  • Spectacles in Malaysia

    ... the time. They are frequently used at home, especially when spending time in front of a digital screen whether for working or studying, browsing social media, or streaming digital content for entertainment. However, this extended ... Read More

  • Sunglasses in Malaysia

    ... holiday and many domestic customers would also purchase such items before travelling elsewhere too. With international borders remaining closed in Malaysia and preventing the arrival of international tourists, demand for sunglasses has remained low, with ... Read More

  • Toys and Games in Malaysia

    ... traditional toys and games, and this performance gap widened significantly with the onset of the pandemic in 2020, which led to the introduction of significant restrictions on movement. During the review period as a whole, ... Read More

  • Video Games in Malaysia

    ... Video games have performed strongly during the COVID-19 crisis, as the Malaysia Movement Control Order (MCO) and consumer concerns about viral transmission through social contact resulted in demand for forms of entertainment to help pass ... Read More

  • Traditional Toys and Games in Malaysia

    ... in 2021. During 2020, the first period of lockdown saw a significant level of demand for traditional toys and games, as consumers looked for new ways to entertain themselves and their children while confined to ... Read More

  • Malaysia Furniture Market Outlook (2018-2026)

    ... and forecasts until 2026 which makes the report an invaluable resource for industry executives, marketing, sales and product managers, consultants, analysts, and other people looking for key industry data in a readily accessible document with ... Read More

  • Gardening in Malaysia

    ... Multiple lockdowns over 2020 and 2021 have meant that consumers could not travel, only socialise sporadically, and entertain themselves in limited ways. Also, given so much time inside, many chose gardening as a hobby to ... Read More

  • Home Improvement in Malaysia

    ... severe economic impact of these restrictions, which led to job losses, pay cuts, and high levels of uncertainty, also deterred consumers from investing in renovations, redecoration, and moving home. In fact, the pandemic created major ... Read More

  • Homewares in Malaysia

    ... during the pandemic years. With takeaway food not being a viable regular option for most consumers, this boosted demand for cookware (especially essential categories like stove top cookware) and dinnerware. The enhanced role of social ... Read More

  • Home Furnishings in Malaysia

    ... attributed to the fact that COVID-19 restrictions led to the postponement of renovation projects and moving home. Consumers’ willingness to invest in significant projects was also undermined by the uncertain economic outlook that resulted from ... Read More

  • Home and Garden in Malaysia

    ... With many players having little to no e-commerce presence, this resulted in zero sales for a significant number of businesses during this time. However, upon the second nationwide lockdown in early 2021, businesses and brands ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Malaysia

    ... further deterrent was the expense of housing, food, and accessories for these pets. At the onset on the pandemic in 2020, there was a strong amount of economic uncertainty, meaning that few people were interested ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Malaysia

    ... are likely to increase their purchases of toys (in other pet products) and other accessories to keep their pets entertained whilst they are away. Given the rise of people keeping fish home, products like ornaments, ... Read More

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