Economic growth still reliant on country's exports.

By bne IntelliNews July 12, 2011
Malaysia's economic growth is still reliant on exports after the unsatisfactory factory output data during May. As reported by Dow Jones International News, the industrial output reduced to 5.1% y/y in May. The industrial production index decreased 1.3% in April, indicating that the domestic economy has not attained a robust level and the exports growth continues to dominate the growth.
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