Malaysian spending exceeds expectations

May 2004
Market: Asia Pacific;May2004, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p4
Discusses the trends in consumer spending in Malaysia. Factors that contributed to the economic growth of Malaysia in 2003; Reasons for the expected growth in household expenditure in 2004; Increase in sales in household electronics and appliance categories; Percentage of growth in the manufacturing sector; Impact of plant expansion projects on the demand for construction materials.


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