Economy grew 5.1% during 2011.

By bne IntelliNews February 17, 2012
Malaysia's economy grew 5.1% during last year, which was lower than the 7.2% growth posted during 2010. As reported by Xinhua News Agency, the nation's gross domestic product (GDP) posted a fair growth of 5.2% y/y during the fourth quarter of last year attributable to favourable domestic demand, which grew 10.5% during the quarter. The favorable domestic demand conditions were backed by both private and public sector spending.

Economy grew 5.1% during 2011.

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