Malaysian ringgit not misaligned: Dr Zeti

The ringitt, Malaysia's national currency, is not misaligned and reflects fundamentals in the economy, said the governor of Malaysia's central bank, Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz.

"Our currency is definitely not experiencing any fundamental misalignment and it is performing its functions very efficiently to promote trade and investment activities," she told reporters 10 July.

"You have to look at the underlying trend. The underlying trend of the currency obviously reflects the fundamentals because this is

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