Malaysia’s 2011-2012 Budget: Revenue & Expenditure

The following table shows Malaysia’s federal government revenue and expenditure details as reported in the 2011-2012 Economic Report.

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                                 2012     2011     2011     2010
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                             ----------- MYR Million -----------
REVENUE                     
Total Revenue                 186,906  183,375  165,825  159,653
% of GDP                        20.4%    21.6%    19.8%    20.8%
 Tax Revenue                  135,618  129,182  115,501  109,515
  Direct Tax                  102,099   96,457   83,983   79,009
   Companies                   47,470   43,970   36,210   36,266
   Petroleum Income            26,182   25,993   21,786   18,713
   Individuals                 21,347   19,696   19,867   17,805
  Indirect Tax                 33,519   32,725   31,518   30,507
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                                 2012     2011     2011     2010
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                             ----------- MYR Million -----------
   Excise Duty                 11,881   11,783   12,026   11,770
   Sales Tax                    8,965    8,605    8,411    8,171
 Non-Tax Revenue               51,288   54,193   50,324   50,138
  Licenses/Permits             11,701   11,137   10,012   10,331
  Investment Income            33,980   37,832   33,174   34,576

OPERATING EXPENDITURE       
Total expenditure             181,584  180,283  162,805  151,633
% of GDP                        19.8%    21.3%    19.4%    19.8%
 Salaries/Allowances           52,017   49,913   45,562   46,663
 Debt Service Charges          20,453   18,517   18,517   15,621
 Supplies/Services             30,480   29,532   28,232   23,841
 Subsidies                     33,197   32,798   23,704   23,106

DEVELOPMENT EXPENDITURE     
Total Expenditure              49,249   49,305   49,182   52,792
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                                 2012     2011     2011     2010
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                             ----------- MYR Million -----------
% of GDP                         5.4%     5.8%     5.9%     6.9%
 Economic Services             29,819   28,201   28,315   26,121
  Agriculture/Rural Devt        1,880      836      836    2,920
  Trade and Industry            5,052    9,317    9,621    6,987
  Transport                     9,973    9,670    9,644    8,665
 Social Services               13,623   15,774   15,539   20,784
  Education                     8,537   10,363   10,363   12,046
  Health                        1,948    2,216    2,212    3,780
  Housing                         738      918      903    1,333
 Security                       4,383    4,373    4,373    3,970
 General Administration         1,424      957      955    1,917
                             --------- Percent change ----------
REVENUE                     
Total Revenue                    1.9%    14.9%     2.3%     0.6%
 Tax Revenue                     5.0%    18.0%     7.9%     2.8%
  Direct Tax                     5.8%    22.1%    10.3%     0.8%
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                                 2012     2011     2011     2010
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                             --------- Percent change ----------
   Companies                     8.0%    21.2%     8.9%    20.1%
   Petroleum Income              0.7%    38.9%  1910.0%   -31.3%
   Individuals                   8.4%    10.6%     5.8%    14.2%
  Indirect Tax                   2.4%     7.3%     1.9%     8.5%
   Excise Duty                   0.8%     0.1%     1.6%    16.9%
   Sales Tax                     4.2%     5.3%     2.1%    -5.0%
 Non-Tax Revenue                -5.4%     8.1%    -8.6%    -3.8%
  Licenses/Permits               5.1%     7.8%    -2.2%    -3.3%
  Investment Income            -10.2%     9.4%   -15.9%    -7.5%

OPERATING EXPENDITURE       
Total expenditure                0.7%    18.9%     7.0%    -3.5%
 Salaries/Allowances             4.2%     7.0%    -2.3%     9.1%
 Debt Service Charges           10.5%    18.5%    16.6%     9.8%
 Supplies/Services               3.2%    23.9%    19.7%    -9.6%
 Subsidies                       1.2%    41.9%    -4.9%    13.6%
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                                 2012     2011     2011     2010
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                             --------- Percent change ----------
DEVELOPMENT EXPENDITURE     
Total Expenditure               -0.1%    -6.6%    -9.0%     6.6%
 Economic Services               5.7%     8.0%     4.4%    -1.2%
  Agriculture/Rural Devt       124.8%   -71.4%   -73.3%   -47.0%
  Trade and Industry           -45.8%    33.3%   104.2%    42.1%
  Transport                      3.1%    11.6%    22.0%    -8.3%
 Social Services               -13.6%   -24.1%   -26.7%    19.5%
  Education                    -17.6%   -14.0%   -11.4%    11.3%
  Health                       -12.1%   -41.4%   -38.5%    46.8%
  Housing                      -19.6%   -31.2%   -23.6%    -4.4%
 Security                        0.2%    10.2%    11.7%     0.3%
 General Administration         48.9%   -50.1%   -47.2%    10.8%
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Note: Figures for operating expenditure categories may not
add up to match operating expenditure as not all categories
are included in the above table.

Source: Ministry of Finance, Malaysia

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