Strong rebound in exports in June

By Joy Lee

Trade external

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s exports in June saw a strong rebound as economies globally reopened, paving the way for a good uptick in economic activities in the second half of the year.

In June, exports bounced back to record an increase of 8.8% to RM82.9bil from a decline of 25.5% in May due to higher exports to China, the US and Hong Kong.

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