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In 1971 Malaysian imports from Israel exceeded M$11 million while exports to Israel totaled more than M$2 million. Malaysia imposed a ban on trade with Israel in 1974.:23 According to the Israel–Asia Center, trade between Israel and Malaysia is conducted through intermediate countries such as Singapore and Thailand rather than directly. Between 2000 and 2001, exports to Malaysia from Israel's Intel computer chip factory in the town of Kiryat Gat were responsible for US$600–700 million.
A 2002 report on Israel's trade relations with Indonesia and Malaysia from Israel's Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor advised Israelis interested in conducting business with Malaysian companies that "there is no opposition to trade and commercial relations as long as a low profile is kept." The same report stated that Israel's Intel factory accounted for some 98% of Israel's exports to Malaysia between 1999 and 2002. Thus in 1999 Israeli exports to Malaysia were worth $107 million – $5.3 million excluding Intel. In the same year Israeli imports from Malaysia were worth $23.6 million. In 2000 Israeli exports to Malaysia were worth $732 million – $4.7 million excluding Intel. In the same year Israeli imports from Malaysia were worth $25.9 million. In 2001 Israeli exports to Malaysia were worth $615.5 million – $4.7 million excluding Intel. In the same year Israeli imports from Malaysia were worth $26.3 million.
Figures released by Israel's Central Bureau of Statistics showed that trade between Israel and Malaysia during the years 2008–2011 fluctuated considerably. In 2008, Israeli exports to Malaysia came to $30.2 million while Israel imported goods worth $100.6 million. In 2009, Israel exported $116.8 million-worth of goods to Malaysia and imported goods worth $68.5 million. In 2010, Israel's exports to Malaysia grew to $798 million and imports grew to $85 million. 2011 saw Israel export goods to Malaysia worth $716.4 million and import goods worth $93.6 million. A report compiled by the European Commission indicated that in 2010 Malaysia ranked 15th among Israel's major trade partners, accounting for 0.8% (€667.6 million) of Israel's trade in that year.