Malaysia 2020 targets elusive at current trajectory

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Despite a low inflation rate and relatively stable sovereign and corporate balance sheets, Malaysia is likely to fall short of the targets set out in its Vision 2020. As part of a long-term analysis of the South-east Asian country, Oxford Business Group recently contributed an article entitled ‘The Malaysian Quandary’ to local media website FMT, looking at the basis for this assessment and calling into question the private sector’s reliance on the government.

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