Current account surplus unlikely to be threatened

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  • Wednesday, 26 Jun 2019

Despite concerns from investors abroad, Tan(pic) said Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR: It is unlikely that Malaysia’s healthy current account surplus position will be threatened in the near future, says Affin Hwang Capital Research head of research and chief economist Alan Tan.

“Concerns were highlighted by certain foreign investors in Hong Kong and Singapore recently, where they said the current account surplus might be threatened.

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