Malaysia’s exports still grow at a robust pace

  • Economy
  • Tuesday, 06 Jun 2017

Trade surplus: Export growth eased to 20.6 in April compared with 24.1 in the preceding month but the pace came in within the Bloomberg consensus estimate. – Bloomberg

Expansion due to strong E&E demand, higher commodity prices

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s exports continued to grow at a robust pace in April, thanks to a strong demand for electrical and electronic (E&E) products and higher commodity prices.

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