Strength to ride out tough times

Abbas, Ridwan
March 2015
Asia Insurance Review;Mar2015, p38
Trade Publication
The article profiles Malaysia and focuses on its economic performance. It highlights the policies introduced by the Malaysian government to maintain investor confidence in the country as illustrated by its Economic Transformation program (ETP). Also discussed are the contribution of the Malaysian insurance industry to national economic growth and factors driving economic growth such as low penetration rate and higher incentives for retirement products.


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