Malaysia Posts 5% GDP Growth In 1Q'22
Firdaos Rosli, Chief Economist, MARC
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Malaysia’s first quarter GDP recorded a higher than expected 5% growth, compared to the 3.9% projected by MARC. Firdaos Rosli, Chief Economist at MARC breaks down the data for us and also shares his thoughts on Bank Negara’s monetary policy tightening, as well as his expectations for further rate hikes in the remainder of 2022. Image credit: Shutterstock.com
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