Investors Turning Positive on Malaysia
Julia Goh, Economist, UOB Malaysia
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Malaysia's foreign reserves have risen to US$98 billion as of end-May. Julia explains what that indicates about investor confidence, while looking ahead to the April industrial production index announcement.
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