Malaysia warns external environment could restrict growth

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Economic activity in Malaysia is expected to remain robust over the coming year, despite the presence of downside risks from the external environment, according to a report published by Bank Negara Malaysia today (February 15).

The report said the global economic and financial conditions continued to experience stress in the fourth quarter of 2011, following heightened concerns over the resolution of the European sovereign debt crisis. It said growth in the advanced economies was affected by

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