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Economists see softer Q1 GDP growth in M’sia

Tuesday May 14, 2013 By EUGENE MAHALINGAM eugenicz@thestar.com.my Private consumption and investment will continue to support growth PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s economy may have softened in the first quarter this year on weaker exports due by poorer external demand, while private consumption and investment will continue to support growth. Economists expect the country’s gross domestic product [&hellip

Highlight China growing strongly, risks manageable : OECD report

The Edge Business & Markets 2013 , Written by Reuters, Friday, 22 March 2013 16:18 BEIJING (March 22): China’s economy should expand by 8.5 percent in 2013 and more in 2014, with inflation and export demand the biggest near term risks to growth that should average 8 percent in this decade at current rates of [&hellip

MIER maintains 2013 GDP growth forecast

MIER maintains 2013 GDP growth forecast Written by Esther Lee of theedgemalaysia.com Thursday, 17 January 201315:13 KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 17): The Malaysian Institute of Economic Research (MIER) is maintaining its 2013 GDP growth forecast of 5.6%. Last October, the economic institution had forecast the 2013 GDP to expand at a rate of 5.4%, but later [&hellip

Malaysian economic outlook perspective for 2013

‘Malaysia must start to balance its books’ Business times 4 December 2012 KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia must start to balance its books via fiscal consolidation next year but in the event of further external shocks the country can still rely on monetary policies. “The government will have to return quickly to its medium-term fiscal consolidation target, [&hellip

As China sneezes, will the world catch cold?

Written by Vikram Mansharamani Tuesday, 25 September 2012 The Edge OVER the past three years, there’s been a remarkable transformation in global perceptions about the sustainability of Chinese growth. As Europe faltered and the US fought a massively oversupplied housing market, China managed to sail through difficult global economic conditions and seemingly avoided the difficulties [&hellip