Pandemic-driven debt

In this instance, the notable companies are Genting, Genting Malaysia (GENM), AirAsia Group (AAG), and Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB)

MALAYSIAN corporates, especially those that are exposed directly to the sectors that have been impacted by Covid-19, experienced significant deterioration in their respective balance sheets.

In Malaysia’s case, the two obvious sectors that are directly affected are the aviation industry and the hospitality sector, in particular the travel and tourism-related sub-sector.

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