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List of Sub Sector on Unregulated Services under Purview of Ministry of Domestic Trade and Cost of Living (KPDN)

Updated: Jul 12


List of Sub Sector on Unregulated Services under Purview of Ministry of Domestic Trade and Cost of Living (KPDN) | Bestar
List of Sub Sector on Unregulated Services under Purview of Ministry of Domestic Trade and Cost of Living (KPDN) | Bestar


Ministry of Domestic Trade and Cost of Living (KPDN)


  • Name: Ministry of Domestic Trade and Cost of Living (KPDN) (Kementerian Perdagangan Dalam Negeri dan Kos Sara Hidup in Malay)

  • Website: https://www.kpdn.gov.my/en/


The KPDN is responsible for various aspects related to Malaysia's domestic economy, including:


  • Domestic Trade: Regulating fair practices and competition in domestic markets.

  • Cost of Living: Implementing policies and initiatives to control inflation and ensure affordable goods for consumers.

  • Cooperatives: Overseeing the development and growth of cooperatives in Malaysia.

  • Consumerism: Protecting consumer rights and interests.

  • Franchises: Regulating and facilitating the franchise industry.


If you're looking for information on Malaysian government policies or regulations related to domestic trade, consumer affairs, or cooperatives, the KPDN website is the best resource.


List of Sub Sector on Unregulated Services under Purview of Ministry of Domestic Trade and Cost of Living (KPDN)


The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Cost of Living (KPDN) Malaysia maintains a list of unregulated services that fall under its purview. These services are not subject to specific regulations or licensing requirements, but foreign-owned companies providing them must still comply with certain administrative guidelines.


Here is the list of sub-sectors under unregulated services:


  • Section 4: Wholesale and Retail Trade

  • Sub-sector 41: Wholesale on a Fee or Contract Basis

  • Sub-sector 42: Retail Trade

  • Section 5: Accommodation and Food Service Activities

  • Sub-sector 51: Hotels and Similar Accommodation

  • Sub-sector 52: Restaurants and Mobile Food Stalls

  • Section 6: Information and Communication

  • Sub-sector 61: Telecommunication

  • Sub-sector 62: Computer and Related Services

  • Sub-sector 63: Information Services

  • Section 7: Transport, Storage and Communication Services

  • Sub-sector 71: Land Transport Services

  • Sub-sector 72: Water Transport Services

  • Sub-sector 73: Air Transport Services

  • Sub-sector 74: Supporting and Auxilliary Transport Activities

  • Sub-sector 75: Storage and Warehousing

  • Section 8: Financial and Insurance Activities

  • Sub-sector 81: Monetary Intermediation

  • Sub-sector 82: Other Financial Activities**

  • Sub-sector 83: Insurance and Pension Activities

  • Section 9: Real Estate Activities

  • Sub-sector 91: Real Estate Activities

  • Section 10: Professional, Scientific and Technical Activities

  • Sub-sector 101: Legal and Accounting Activities

  • Sub-sector 102: Architecture and Engineering Activities

  • Sub-sector 103: Technical Testing and Analysis

  • Sub-sector 104: Research and Development

  • Sub-sector 105: Veterinary and Related Services

  • Sub-sector 106: Management Consultancy Services

  • Sub-sector 107: Dental Services

  • Sub-sector 108: Medical Services

  • Sub-sector 109: Other Professional, Scientific and Technical Activities

  • Section 11: Administrative and Support Service Activities

  • Sub-sector 111: Office Administrative, Operation and Maintenance Activities

  • Sub-sector 112: Employment Activities

  • Sub-sector 113: Travel Agency, Tour Operator and Related Services

  • Sub-sector 114: Industrial Support Services

  • Sub-sector 115: Environmental Services

  • Sub-sector 116: Wholesale of Waste and Scrap

  • Sub-sector 117: Security and Investigation Activities

  • Sub-sector 118: Building Cleaning and Support Service Activities

  • Sub-sector 119: Other Administrative and Support Service Activities

  • Section 12: Arts, Entertainment and Recreation

  • Sub-sector 121: Performing Arts Activities

  • Sub-sector 122: Amusement and Recreation Activities

  • Sub-sector 123: Sports Activities

  • Section 13: Other Service Activities

  • Sub-sector 131: Personal Service Activities

  • Sub-sector 132: Repair and Maintenance

  • Sub-sector 133: Business Membership Organizations

  • Sub-sector 134: Labor Union Activities

  • Sub-sector 135: Religious, Political and Social Organization Activities


You can find more details on the specific services included in each sub-sector by referring to the official MDTCC guidelines https://www.kpdn.gov.my/en/.


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List of Sub Sector on Unregulated Services under Purview of Ministry of Domestic Trade and Cost of Living (KPDN)


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