Mier: Economy in good shape


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  • Wednesday, 21 Jan 2004

A NUMBER of surveys conducted by the Malaysian Institute of Economic Research (Mier) have shown that major components of the economy were healthier in the fourth quarter of last year. 

Consumer sentiment reached its highest level in three years with people feeling good about economic and personal prospects, and surveys on the manufacturing, property, tourism and retail trade suggested that the economy was growing strongly, said the think-tank. 

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