Country Intelligence: Report: Malaysia

January 2014
Malaysia Country Monitor;Jan2014, p1
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The article provides an outlook and assumption of the economic and financial condition of Malaysia for 2014. The near-term outlook improving slightly while the economic condition will start to improve from 2014 onwards due to external demand and ongoing investment. The consumer spending will the key driver for the economy. The country's strong operational environment and infrastructure will be plus for investors.


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