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Malaysia's cb governor says growth will continue

MALAYSIA - After two consecutive quarters of negative growth, the Malaysian economy turned around to record a healthy 1.1% growth in the first quarter of this year. Growth was driven by the strong consumption and improved external demand, said Bank Negara Malaysia's governor, Tan Sri Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz, yesterday.

"Improved consumer and business confidence points to a further strengthening of domestic demand in the coming months. Overall sustained domestic activities, improving external

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