Zeti sees Malaysia keeping ringgit peg

Speaking at the closing session of Morgan Stanley's Asia Pacific summit, the chief of Malaysia's Bank Negara, Zeti Akhtar Aziz, said rising asset prices and consumer debt are not a problem in Malaysia. He also said Malaysia won't review its ringgit peg, the Business Times said.

Source: The Business Times

Barring 'a major structural change', Malaysia won't review its ringgit peg and continuity will be the hallmark of economic policy under new Prime Minister Abdullah Badawi, the country's central

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