Many Malaysian households at risk of shocks


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  • Saturday, 03 Sep 2016

More expensive: The Malaysian households spend most of the income on housing, transport and food – prices of which are all on a rising trend. Food inflation, in particular, has risen faster than overall inflation.

WE are living in challenging times.

With the global condition still in a fragile state, the Malaysian economy will likely face several more lean years ahead.

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