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This study explores the incentives to export that Malaysian entrepreneurs face when engaging in international business. The data gathered was based on a survey of 214 Malaysian manufacturing firms. Statistical analysis was carried out using one-way analysis of variance. With the exception of "Decline in the Value of Currency Relative to Foreign Markets" the results indicate no significant differences in the perceptions of exporters and non-exporters towards the various incentives to export.doi:10.5367/000000006775870497 fatcat:lsrkjvvblzh7zkavywmje3u5uq