INTERACTIVE: Malaysia’s skewed sex-ratio, what it means and what must be done


PETALING JAYA: Malaysia is becoming an increasingly ‘male country’, with males increasingly outnumbering females over the decades.

According to the Statistics Department, the country’s population sex ratio in 1970 stood at 102 males to every 100 females.

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