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02/11/2018 143.00 111.00 -32.00 (22.38%) SELL Affin Hwang Capital
01/11/2018 143.10 131.70 -11.40 (7.97%) HOLD MIDF
01/11/2018 143.10 146.50 +3.40 (2.38%) HOLD KENANGA
01/11/2018 143.10 109.10 -34.00 (23.76%) SELL HLG
31/10/2018 143.50 133.58 -9.92 (6.91%) HOLD MIDF
31/10/2018 143.50 129.00 -14.50 (10.10%) SELL KENANGA
31/10/2018 143.50 109.10 -34.40 (23.97%) SELL HLG
31/10/2018 143.50 111.00 -32.50 (22.65%) SELL Affin Hwang Capital
30/10/2018 143.30 152.00 +8.70 (6.07%) HOLD BIMB
10/10/2018 144.50 133.60 -10.90 (7.54%) HOLD MIDF

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3iii The Sale Consideration was arrived on a willing-buyer willing-seller basis, after taking into consideration
the following assets and business:
a. PJ Factory including goodwill RM120,340,000 (Note 1)
b. Manufacturing and Business Fixed Assets RM 28,960,000
c. Unfinished Goods/Inventory RM 6,000,000
TOTAL RM155,300,000
Note 1 -The PJ Factory has been held by the Company since 1961.
No deposit was collected upon the signing of the BTA.
Rationale
In line with the Vendors’ strategy to deliver sustainable future growth, the Vendors will be consolidating
their MILO operations in the factory in Chembong, Negeri Sembilan ("Chembong Factory") in second half
of 2019, with the aim of establishing the factory as a MILO Manufacturing Centre of Excellence for Nestlé.
To facilitate this strategy, the Vendors will be moving all existing MILO manufacturing assets in the PJ
Factory to the Chembong Factory. This will establish the Chembong Factory as the largest MILO factory
in the world.


Utilisation of Proceeds
The proceeds of approximately RM 100,000,000 from the Disposal will be utilised by end of 2019 to
establish the MILO Manufacturing Centre of Excellence in the Chembong Factory and the balance of the
proceeds (net of disposal related expenses) will be utilised by end of 2019 to reduce bank borrowings and
intercompany debts.
09/10/2018 12:35
3iii A similar event happened many years ago, when Nestle disposed its condensed milk business to F&N.

I look upon the above transactions positively for Nestle.
09/10/2018 12:38
3iii Nestlé (Malaysia) Berhad - Exiting the Chilled Dairy Business


INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHTS
Disposal of chilled dairy business to Lactalis group for a cash consideration of RM155.3m
We are supportive of the disposal as the chilled dairy business outlook is expected to be challenging
Proceeds from the disposal to be invested to further expand the MILO business and pare down debts
Maintain NEUTRAL stance with a revised target price of RM133.60
Disposal of chilled dairy business. Nestlé (Malaysia) Bhd (Nestlé) is disposing of its chilled dairy business to French dairy giant, the Lactalis group for a cash consideration of RM155.3m. The disposal comprised of the agreement to sell: (i) the business of manufacturing chilled dairy products and cold sauces; (ii) the packing of milk powder; (iii) manufacturing fixed assets used in these businesses and; (iv) its Petaling Jaya factory. Nestlé will record a one-off gain of approximately RM27.0m which is expected to be recognised across FY18 and FY19 as the disposal is expected to be fully completed by 1st of July 2019.

Challenging outlook for chilled dairy business. Historically, the chilled dairy business contributed about 2.0% of the group’s total revenue. The business comprises of drinkable and spoonable yogurt products mainly led by BLISS, BLISS PLUS, Nestlé Natural Yogurt and Nestlé Fat Free Yogurt (refer to Figure 1). For FY17, the business recorded a decline in revenue by -8.6%yoy to RM106.1m. We expect the outlook for the segment to remain challenging in view of the intense competition and rising raw material costs.

Reinvestment in MILO plant in Chembong. RM100.0m of the total proceeds will be utilised to: (i) further upgrade production facilities; (ii) improve operational efficiencies and; (iii) scale up capacity of MILO plant in Chembong in 2HFY19. These improvements will result in the plant becoming the biggest MILO Manufacturing Centre in the world which will help Nestlé to meet growing local and export demand. At present, the plant supplies MILO to the local market as well as exports to over 20 countries.

Remainder of the proceeds to be invested in paring down debts. The remainder of the proceeds of about RM50.0 will be used to reduce the bank borrowings and intercompany debts. Currently, Nestlé has total borrowings of RM607.2m. We estimate finance costs to be reduce by between RM5.0m to RM5.5m as a result of the reduction in borrowings.

Marginal FY19 downward earnings adjustment. As the acquisition is due to be completed by 1st of July 2019, we are making no changes to our FY18F earnings at this juncture. As for FY19F, we have adjusted our FY19 earnings downwards by –0.9% after taking into consideration the loss of earnings contribution from the chilled dairy business and lower finance costs. While we expect earnings to be slightly impacted in FY19 from the loss of earnings contribution from the chilled dairy business, we expect that it will be mitigated by positive earnings accretion contributed by improvement in: (i) operating efficiencies and; (ii) capacity of MILO production in Chembong. Premised on the latter, we expect future contribution from MILO to pace up the earnings growth of Nestlé from FY20 onwards.

Maintain NEUTRAL stance with a revised TP of RM133.60. All in, we are supportive of the group’s decision to exit the chilled dairy business as the segment outlook is expected to remain challenging. The move also allows Nestlé to focus on growing its key brands such as MILO. In the near term, we anticipate subdued 4QFY18 sales growth due to the temporary transition in spending after the end of tax-holiday period. Nevertheless, over a longer term horizon, we believe that the earnings growth to remain stable as : i) prices of its products will not be significantly different under the new SST; ii) continuous improvement in its market share and; iii) stabilizing prices of agricultural commodities such as sugar, cocoa and coffee beans. All in, we maintain NEUTRAL stance with a revised target price of RM133.60 (previously RM132.32). Our target price is based on dividend discount model with the assumption that required return on equity is of 5.0% and sustainable dividend growth rate of 2.4%.

Source: MIDF Research - 10 Oct 2018



Comment:

Excellent management.
Lean and focus company.
10/10/2018 12:06
mamatede Milo is still selling very well... no significant brands has manage to fight it. VIco also not even close. Good move Nestle.
10/10/2018 13:50
Wow123 prices will compare once our currency depreciates than you buy milo or vico ?
10/10/2018 19:56
3iii Shareholding Changes
Date of change Shares Director/
Substantial Shareholder
09 Oct 2018 Disposed
6,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
08 Oct 2018 Acquired
57,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
05 Oct 2018 Acquired
52,400 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
04 Oct 2018 Acquired
182,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
03 Oct 2018 Disposed
32,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
02 Oct 2018 Disposed
37,800 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
01 Oct 2018 Disposed
10,700 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
28 Sep 2018 Disposed
44,700 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
27 Sep 2018 Disposed
10,200 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
26 Sep 2018 Acquired
123,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
25 Sep 2018 Disposed
7,400 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
24 Sep 2018 Acquired
24,100 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
21 Sep 2018 Disposed
101,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
20 Sep 2018 Disposed
1,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
20 Sep 2018 Disposed
37,900 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
19 Sep 2018 Acquired
46,800 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
18 Sep 2018 Disposed
22,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
18 Sep 2018 Acquired
4,700 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
14 Sep 2018 Acquired
170,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
13 Sep 2018 Acquired
26,200 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
12 Sep 2018 Acquired
199,900 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
07 Sep 2018 Acquired
5,400 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
06 Sep 2018 Acquired
145,900 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
05 Sep 2018 Acquired
19,800 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
05 Sep 2018 Acquired
27,600 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
04 Sep 2018 Acquired
11,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
04 Sep 2018 Acquired
2,900 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
03 Sep 2018 Acquired
10,800 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
30 Aug 2018 Disposed
86,100 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
29 Aug 2018 Acquired
6,300 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
28 Aug 2018 Disposed
11,100 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
27 Aug 2018 Disposed
23,400 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
27 Aug 2018 Acquired
100 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
23 Aug 2018 Acquired
115,800 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
21 Aug 2018 Disposed
1,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
21 Aug 2018 Disposed
7,200 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
21 Aug 2018 Acquired
187,300 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
20 Aug 2018 Acquired
71,600 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
17 Aug 2018 Acquired
67,800 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
16 Aug 2018 Acquired
78,100 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
15 Aug 2018 Disposed
20,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
15 Aug 2018 Acquired
102,700 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
14 Aug 2018 Disposed
8,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
14 Aug 2018 Acquired
24,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
13 Aug 2018 Disposed
12,300 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
10 Aug 2018 Disposed
6,200 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
09 Aug 2018 Disposed
17,200 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
08 Aug 2018 Disposed
14,200 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
07 Aug 2018 Acquired
4,200 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
06 Aug 2018 Acquired
24,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
13/10/2018 09:12
pang72 Aiyo..
My darling stock keep going down.
Look like not a good news..
Drop back original price 80.
13/10/2018 10:23
3iii NESTLE SHARES

NO OF SHARES DISPOSED AND ACQUIRED BY EPF FOR THESE PERIODS

October (1st to 9th)
Disposed 87,000 Acquired 291,900 Net Acquired 204,900


September (3rd to 28th)
Disposed 225,200 Acquired 818,600 Net Acquired 593,400


August (6th to 30th)
Disposed 207,200 Acquired 682,400 Net Acquired 475,200





TOTAL NO OF SHARES DISPOSED AND ACQUIRED BY EPF
(August 6th to October 9th)
Disposed 519,400 Acquired 1,792,900 Net Acquired 1,273,500
13/10/2018 10:49
stockraider Posted by stockraider > Oct 13, 2018 11:01 AM | Report Abuse X

This dishonest 3iii is manipulating the readers loh....just check the end of the year v current latest holding, ask yourself EPF is holding more or less of NESTLE leh ???

The answer is less loh....so simple mah....that means EPF is disposing loh...!!

Posted by 3iii > Oct 13, 2018 10:52 AM | Report Abuse

NESTLE SHARES

NO OF SHARES DISPOSED AND ACQUIRED BY EPF FOR THESE PERIODS

October (1st to 9th)
Disposed 87,000
Acquired 291,900
Net Acquired 204,900


September (3rd to 28th)
Disposed 225,200
Acquired 818,600
Net Acquired 593,400


August (6th to 30th)
Disposed 207,200
Acquired 682,400
Net Acquired 475,200





TOTAL NO OF SHARES DISPOSED AND ACQUIRED BY EPF
(August 6th to October 9th)
Disposed 519,400
Acquired 1,792,900
Net Acquired 1,273,500




EPF has been a net buyer of Nestle shares from August to today.
How much money has EPF invested into EPF over this period?
13/10/2018 11:03
3iii http://disclosure.bursamalaysia.com/FileAccess/apbursaweb/download?id=185160&name=EA_DS_ATTACHMENTS
Annual Report of Nestle Page 109

31.12.2017
EPF is the 2nd largest shareholder of Nestle with 15,507,400 shares.



http://www.bursamalaysia.com/market/listed-companies/company-announcements/5940497

9.10.2018
EPF has 17,323,200 shares in Nestle.



Thus, for this calendar year to-date, EPF has INCREASED its shareholdings in Nestle from 15,507,400 shares to 17,323,200 shares, which is, an increase of 1,815,800 shares.
13/10/2018 11:26
3iii Thus, for this calendar year to-date, EPF has INCREASED its shareholdings in Nestle from 15,507,400 shares to 17,323,200 shares, which is, an increase of 1,815,800 shares.


Interestingly, 1,273,500 of these shares were bought between 6.8.2018 to now.
13/10/2018 11:28
3iii >>>Posted by stockraider > Oct 13, 2018 11:03 AM | Report Abuse

Posted by stockraider > Oct 13, 2018 11:01 AM | Report Abuse X

This dishonest 3iii is manipulating the readers loh....just check the end of the year v current latest holding, ask yourself EPF is holding more or less of NESTLE leh ???

The answer is less loh....so simple mah....that means EPF is disposing loh...!! <<<


Did I mention on many occasions that my friend lacks integrity?
13/10/2018 11:29
stockraider Ok to be fair raider did not go into detail analysis , when making the sweeping comment, that epf net position is disposing which in fact epf has increased by 1.81m units or 10.4% loh...!!

Raider apologise for that loh....but raider is not dishonest loh....in fact raider says & give the mechanism of confirming the epf position loh....!!

But put it this way, pls do not run the risk of extrapolating that epf is going to continue buy more nestle going fwd loh.......!!
EPF has increased the shareholding by 10.4% todate but share price had gone up by roughly 60% loh....!!
My school maths teacher always tell raider always beware of the mathematical imbalance loh....!!

That does not mean epf will not start disposing going fwd mah.....!!
In fact the latest announcement EPF reported on 12 OCT they are selling 6k units, and raider suspect more selling on the way with high valuation of NESTLE with PE above 50x, it is ripe time for epf profit taking loh....!!

So do becareful in chasing such a overvalue stock in the current challenging time loh....!!
13/10/2018 18:08
pang72 After disposing the dairy business, Nestle income will down for 2years till Milo operaiton resume.
So, Nestle and Hengyuan are in similar pattern.
Hengyuan drop due to upgrading and no business --19 to 6
Nestle will drop from 140 to 80 due to 2 years profoit reduction.
Dont you agree to my my smart analysis.
13/10/2018 23:31
pang72 https://www.chinapress.com.my/20181013/%E5%B8%82%E6%B0%91%E5%A4%A7%E4%BC%9A36%E4%BA%BA%E9%A3%9F%E7%89%A9%E4%B8%AD%E6%AF%92-%E9%9B%80%E5%B7%A2%E5%90%91%E5%8D%AB%E7%94%9F%E9%83%A8-%E6%8F%90%E5%91%88%E6%8A%A5%E5%91%8A/

市民大会36人食物中毒-雀巢向卫生部-提呈报告/
13/10/2018 23:32
pang72 As giant in food business, i expected high expectation on hygiene control.
This should not happen. Maybe i am too picky!
13/10/2018 23:33
alam Rafik going dwn and down and dwn..not the right time to buy la..
14/10/2018 00:11
tsc516 If you read the news properly, the food preparation is from outsiders, the nestle employees are not take nestle product la... The news stated 外部餐饮服务!!!
14/10/2018 13:20
chunlian how about warrant
nestleCA... stil can hold wait up to 0.055?
14/10/2018 19:08
pang72 Food poisoning then up...?
15/10/2018 23:54
pang72 All bankers gave sell call...
Very consistent...
15/10/2018 23:54
speakup who is this idiot: https://www.thestar.com.my/opinion/letters/2018/10/17/wrong-to-say-all...
17/10/2018 09:25
17/10/2018 09:26
wannyin y keep dropping price?
17/10/2018 13:14
3iii NESTLE (M) BHD


By Maybank IB Research

Sell

Target price: RM102


MAYBANK IB said the disposal of Nestle’s chilled dairy business and the Petaling Jaya factory land will yield gross cash proceeds of RM155mil (or 66 sen per share) which will be used to establish the Milo Manufacturing Centre of Excellence and repay borrowings.

“Upon deconsolidating Nestle’s chilled dairy business and adjusting for interest cost savings, our FY19-FY20 earnings estimates are tweaked lower by circa 1%.

“We maintain the ‘sell’ rating with a lower discounted cash flow derived target price of RM102 (weighted average cost of capital of 6.2%, long-term growth of 2.5%) on lofty valuations.

“Nestle currently trades at 47.5 times 2019 PER compared with the consumer sector’s average of 28 times,” the research house said.

Additionally, the completion dates for the disposals will be completed in two stages of which are the chilled dairy business by Jan 1, 2019; manufacturing business and PJ factory by July 1, 2019.

Nestle stands to receive a total gain on disposal of RM27mil over FY18 and FY19.

The proposed disposal is expected to be completed by end-July 2019 and is not subject to shareholders approval, it noted.

“We believe the majority of the RM27mil gain on disposal will only materialise in FY19. As such, we leave our FY18 earnings unchanged but marginally lower our FY19-FY20 earnings estimates by circa 1% after deconsolidating Nestle’s chilled dairy business revenue and adjusting for higher interest cost savings,” Maybank IB said.

There are several risk factors for our earnings estimates, price target, and rating for Nestle Malaysia, the research house said.

“A spike in raw material prices may impact earnings for Nestle Malaysia.

“Additionally, sharp appreciation of the US dollar against the ringgit will also affect its earnings, for about 50% of its raw material requirements are denominated in the US dollar. Its export sales, which account for about 20% of total sales, should provide some natural hedge,” it said.


Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2018/10/15/analyst-report-oct15/#KoDs72UB5s1U8bJY.99
17/10/2018 13:20
rlch Boy who ate instant noodles every day for years dies of stomach cancer
https://www.nst.com.my/world/2018/10/422584/boy-who-ate-instant-noodles-every-day-years-dies-stomach-cancer?fbclid=IwAR1J9JSU1UYil2mirOARxeh11IKBUKQJ59SWEfTw4rlxB2OeaIYJSEC-w-Q#utm_source=insider&utm_medium=web_push&utm_campaign=nstoct18_-_90&webPushId=MjcxMA==
19/10/2018 09:04
Matcha Green Tea That boy probably eats other unhealthy food that are convenient too, so it's not really conclusive. Many other reason too, will you eat same things everyday when you can choose on healthier options? What do you think?
20/10/2018 07:48
ahgoo I think it is irresponsible reporting to attribute, the boy's stomach cancer to instant noodles. Go google the stats for countries that have high incidences of stomach cancer.

China #5: "Cancer has a relatively low chance of occurring in China, except for stomach cancer. According to research, some of the main causes of stomach cancer in the country are preserved food, stomach bacterial infections and genetics. There are certain types of people that have a higher chance of contracting the disease based on their DNA."

Korea is up there too!
24/10/2018 06:47
ahgoo As for the price action of Nestle: The 200-day moving average sits at 138.20 MYR, so unless it breaks this level and 125 MYR. you should not be too concerned. Near term resistance is 150 Ringgit and it has support is around 142.50 MYR. Nestle is a consumer staple stock as I mentioned in the past. @pang72 and others, if you consider that other emerging markets around the world has plummeted 30-50%, Nestle has held up exceptionally well. Just bank your dividends and hold it for 3-5 years, in my opinion you will be well rewarded.
24/10/2018 06:52
EatCoconutCanWin bugima k nestle lai kacau index liao...
29/10/2018 14:39
3iii For the first nine months ended 30 Sept 2018, the Group registered a turnover of RM4.2 billion, 4.8% higher than the previous year's corresponding period. The strong growth
was driven by improved consumer sentiment as well as our successful innovations and renovations. Our MAGGI Noodles range saw especially strong growth, mainly
contributed by the launch of our Pedas Giler variety. Other innovative product launches were Nestlé Tropicana Lychee Yogurt Flavour Ice Cream, MILO 3-in-1 Less Sugar and
NESCAFÉ Cold Brew.



Review of performance (Year-to-date, 2018 vs Year-to-date, 2017)
In the third quarter, the Group registered a turnover of RM1.4 billion, 9.4% higher than the previous quarter. The 0% GST from June 2018 to August 2018 helped to boost
consumer confidence which led to a stronger demand and higher sales..
Profit before tax reduced to a level of RM186.7 million, mainly driven by an anticipated and planned phasing of the Marketing Investments. Q3 shows normally higher
investments than Q2.
30/10/2018 17:36
James Ng https://klse.i3investor.com/blogs/general/180599.jsp
[转贴] [NESTLE MALAYSIA BHD:对MILO制造进行RM1亿投资,使Chembong Factory成为全球最大的MILO制造卓越中心,该公司致力于提高整个供应链的效率,并将节省的资金再投资] - James的股票投资James Share Investing
01/11/2018 12:57
RainT Tuesday limit down?? Soda tax on Nestle
02/11/2018 23:39
thanaraj I have no idea when this share will declare a dividend. I recognize its time to declare a dividend so as to bring the share price down. Any commend please.A. David
10/11/2018 18:13
thanaraj I made a gross error in my comments made on 10/11/2018 at 8.11am. I said its time to declare a dividend to bring down he share price. The error made by me is to declare a dividend to bring down the Nestle share price. No to bring down the share price, this cannot be done by declaring a dividend but can only be made by declaring an announcement of when Nestle will give a bonus offer to share holders.So I hope Nestle Malaysia will now give make an official announcement when it would declare a BONUS offer to its current share holders which would then cause dilution of share holdings thereby causing an increase of market shares. Any comments from Nestle Management on my proposal appreciated. A. David share holder.
12/11/2018 17:48
Hugo Lawrence Why Nestle price increase so wild?
19/11/2018 18:27
MCC8 Nestle has it's Branded world wide recognized
27/11/2018 14:41
BN_better Today drop a lot back.
27/11/2018 15:11
BN_better I said before LGE only good as CM why all stubborn?
27/11/2018 15:11
BN_better EPF find save haven in consumer stocks?
03/12/2018 05:19
BN_better EPF disposed more bec PH?
06/12/2018 15:06
DividendMagic Nestle is a little overvalued right now. But still good for the long run if you're holding it.
http://dividendmagic.com.my/2018/12/04/nestle-malaysia-berhad-household-food-products-in-malaysia/
10/12/2018 21:57
5354_ 2019 200 Nestle?
17/12/2018 15:43
johnbrooks Are u guys sure? 50x Pe. Valuation like a tech company. How much growh u guys are expecting? But oklah. Share price up. Others losing.
18/12/2018 17:46
Alex™ Con counter bursa... All counter die but nestle still command PE 50?
20/12/2018 18:22
Alex™ I don't believe milo will exist for the next 50 years!
20/12/2018 18:22
monkeyinvestor better run !!!!!!!!!
31/12/2018 09:29
monkeyinvestor tthey curi curi sell will collapse sometimes after run for ur life !!!!!!!!!! and back to collect at low!!!!!!!!!
31/12/2018 09:30
James Ng https://klse.i3investor.com/blogs/general/188249.jsp
[转贴] [Facebook live:浅谈Nestle Malaysia bhd (Nestle)] - James的股票投资James Share Investing
31/12/2018 09:40
monkeyinvestor gggggg!
09/01/2019 01:04
3iii Very good news for Nestle




M’sian companies told to expand into Japan’s halal market
Publish date: Fri, 11 Jan 2019, 03:23 PM

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian companies have been urged to seize opportunities arising from the increase in demand of halal products in Japan especially as the country gears up to host 2020 Summer Olympic Games from July until August next year.

Malaysia Agro Entrepreneurs Association president Datuk Seri G.Gnanaraja said, Japan expected the arrival of 40 million tourist during the prestigious sporting event, with Muslim tourist being part of the expected arrival.

He called on local entrepreneurs to aggressively penetrate Japanese market especially in the food and beverage segment.

“The demand (for halal products) will increase as Japan prepares to receive an influx of foreign tourist beginning from this year until the 2020 Olympic Games.

“Japan aimed to increase the number of tourist arrival and had wanted to take advantage of the 2020 Summer Olympic to attract a million Muslim tourist annually,” he said in a statement here on Thursday. According to Gnanaraja, Malaysia have many halal entrepreneurs with suitable products for export markets.

Malaysian entrepreneurs he said, needed to ensure their products fulfilled all the criteria before venturing abroad.

“If we want to penetrate international market, the entrepreneurs need to look at their products and do the necessary changes including on quality, packaging and informations on nutrients. Their products also have to adhere to requirements on certificates and standards,” he said.

In 2016, Malaysia exported various halal products worth a total of RM42.2 billion, which was an increase of 7.1 percent from RM39.4 billion in the previous year.

Japan is Malaysia’s fourth largest halal market in 2016, with exports to the country stood at RM2.67 billion in value, an increase of 20.8 percent against RM2.21 billion in 2015.

The East Asian country is also Malaysia’s fourth largest trading partner in 2017 after China, Singapore and the United States, with total trade between the two countries reaching RM138.5 billion. - Bernama

https://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2019/01/11/msian-companies-told-to-expand-into-japan-halal-market/
11/01/2019 15:50


 

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