Zeti back further stimulus

Malaysia is unlikely to slip into recession despite slowing exports, but the economy may require another round of stimulus measures, the country's central bank chief said on Wednesday.

"If conditions in the major economies worsen, then further stimulus will definitely be necessary to prevent our economy from slipping into negative territory," said Zeti Akhtar Aziz, the governor of Bank Negara Malaysia, in comments reported on in the New Straits Times, a Malaysian newspaper.

The governor said

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