World Bank: Malaysia's economic recovery to begin end of 2020


KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Malaysia's economy can be expected to be on the recovery path starting from the end of this year and return to growth into 2021, says the World Bank.

Its country manager for Malaysia, Dr Firas Raad, said the country needed to continue with its encouraging and effective public health measures while bringing the economy back to where it was before the Covid-19 pandemic.

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