La crise sanitaire COVID-19 a complètement bouleversé les économies mondiales et les échanges commerciaux. Nos différents postes de la zone Asie-Pacifique vous tiennent informés de la situation sanitaire dans les différents pays, des décisions gouvernementales en termes d’importation/exportation, des perspectives à court et moyen termes. Vous y trouverez également des liens utiles pour plus d’informations.

Date de la mise à jour : 4 octobre 2021
Edith Mayeux,
Conseiller économique et commercial
Wallonia Export-Investment Agency
Singapore-Brunei (AWEX)
541 Orchard Road, Liat Towers #09-01
Singapore 238881
Mob.: +65 9271 3420
T +65 6933 5704
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1.   Situation sanitaire

As at 26th of September 2021, around 60% of the Malaysian population has been vaccinated. The government plans to reach 80% by mid-November 2021. The figures are recorded daily on this website:

Business travellers can apply for entry permission to Malaysia through Malaysia Investment Development Authority (MIDA). This service is called the One Stop Centre (OSC) and can be accessed here:  Business travellers can apply to visit Malaysia through My Travel Pass (MTP) website via the following link

The OSC caters to business travellers from all economic sectors who are entering Malaysia for a short-term stay (14 days or less) or a long-term stay (more than 14 days).

Short Term (14 days or less)

1. Potential investors seeking to do business in Malaysia

2. Business customers for product qualification and validation before commercial production

3. Technical experts for ad-hoc emergency cases to serve single or multiple customers across Malaysia

4. Existing investors namely business owners, board members, executives and associates of companies in Malaysia (without Employment Pass or EP)

Long Term (More than 14 days)

1. New/Existing foreign technical experts stranded abroad with Professional Visit Pass (PVP) to serve multiple customers across Malaysia

2. New/Existing expatriates stranded abroad, namely active pass holders of the EP, PVP and Resident Pass-Talent (RP-T)

3. Frequent foreign business travellers (Exit & Return) including Regional Establishment (RE)/ Regional Office (RO)/ Principal Hubs (PH) representatives

4. Permanent Resident (PR) Pass Holders

5. Malaysia My 2nd Home (MM2H) Social Visit Pass Holders

6. Frequent Malaysian business travellers (Exit & Return)

7. Social Visit Pass Holders (15-90 days)

Upon arrival in Malaysia, travellers must do the following:

  • Check-in through MySejahtera mobile application at the point of entry.
  • Present passport and approval letter / MTP Approval during immigration clearance at point of entry.
  • Take a COVID-19 PCR/ RTK-Antigen test at point of entry (applicable only for KLIA, KLIA2 and Penang International Airport) or within 24 hours post-arrival in Malaysia (at any other points of entry), at own cost:
    • If tested positive for COVID-19 test: travellers will be promptly given the necessary medical treatment by the Government of Malaysia
    • If tested negative for COVID-19 test: travellers will be escorted to the gazette Quarantine Centre by NADMA and costs will be fully borne by the applicant. The quarantine period will be 10 days.
  • All travellers are subjected to effective immigration procedures, rules and regulations during immigration clearance at point of entry. Travellers who fail to comply will be denied entry.
  • Approved short term business travellers who are staying 14 days or less in Malaysia are exempted from the mandatory quarantine provided that they have tested negative for their PCR COVID-19 test which was taken at the Business Travellers Centre upon arrival.
  • Long Term Business Travellers are not exempted and will have to undergo the mandatory quarantine at the designated quarantine centre. The list of quarantine hotels can be found here:



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Chiffres clés

  • 48 Rang d'exportation pour la Belgique 2019
  • 32.78 Population (en millions) 2021
  • 4.66 Taux de change (monnaie locale pour 1€)
  • 28590 PIB par habitant (en 2021)
  • 55 Rang d'exportation en Wallonie 2019

Taux de croissance du PIB (à prix constants)


6,01 %


5,09 %


4,45 %


5,81 %


4,77 %


4,30 %


-5,07 %


1,90 %

Taux de croissance des importations (à prix constants)


3,99 %


0,80 %


1,43 %


10,19 %


1,49 %


-2,47 %


-11,22 %


4,28 %

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