MALAYSIA'S ECONOMY TO BE ON UPTREND FOR NEXT THREE-FIVE YEARS: ECONOMIST

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's economy is expected to be on an uptrend for the next three to five years, supported by strong local and foreign investments, increase in exports as well as consistent government support for the companies. Read More...

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