GDP projected to grow 9.5% y/y in Q1/2010: Morgan Stanley. Malaysia is expected to register 9.5% y/y GDP growth in Q1/2010.

By bne IntelliNews May 11, 2010
As published by Bernama Daily Malaysian News, Morgan Stanley Research Asia Pacific stated that the growth will be supported by the public sector, manufacturing exports and commodity resources. Morgan Stanley also said that inflation is likely to remain fairly subdued.

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GDP projected to grow 9.5% y/y in Q1/2010: Morgan Stanley. Malaysia is expected to register 9.5% y/y GDP growth in Q1/2010.

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