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3rd Mar 2023 16:39Emerging Asia, Weekly Monitor

  • A repeat of 2022’s stellar GDP growth is near impossible this year for Malaysia and Singapore.
  • Falling external demand will weigh on net exports in both countries; the electronics boom is over.
  • Corporate profitability will be hit by falling prices; wage growth will suffer, hitting consumption.

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