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The Malaysian economy recorded a strong 5.6% growth rate in 2012 compared to the 5.1% growth rate in 2011. According to the Central Bank of Malaysia, the domestic demand registered 10.6% growth rate in 2012, higher than the 8.2% growth rate recorded in the preceding year. The strong growth rate is underpinned by stronger consumption and investment spending which outweighed the adverse impact due to the weak external environment.
Source : Cushman & Wakefield
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