The difference between now and 1998

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  • Saturday, 08 Aug 2015

Falling rate: A moneychanger worker showing the ringgit and US dollar notes in Kuala Lumpur recently. The ringgit is still falling versus the greenback.

THE ringgit is falling and so is the stock market. Contagion worries are building.

That scenario is a reality for Malaysian capital markets and the anxiety over a slowdown in China’s economy has got many worried about its effect on economic momentum in Malaysia.

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