Malaysia is vibrant and stable, says China's envoy


  • Nation
  • Friday, 02 Feb 2018

Dr Wee and Bai (in blue) at the ceremony to honour his appointment as China's Ambassador to Malaysia.

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's economy is vibrant and stable, with a sufficient foreign currency reserve, said Chinese Ambassador Bai Tian.

The increasingly stronger Ringgit and a 14.8% growth of foreign trade in 2017, he said, resulted in different international finance agencies adjusting the forecast of Malaysia's growth rate as China believe in its potential.

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