Is the ringgit weakness permanent?

It is important to look at the ringgit weakness from a more holistic perspective.

WITH the World Health Organisation declaring Covid-19 no longer a global health emergency and countries opening their borders, we have seen a resurgence in the tourism industry.

Airlines such as Singapore Airlines have declared a record high quarterly profit of S$2.16bil (RM7.37bil) in its 76-year history.

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