Malaysia’s exports fall to the lowest level in 11 years
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Malaysia’s exports fall to the lowest level in 11 years

Malaysian exports in May fell more than 25%, the lowest level in 11 years amid a global slowdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, government data showed on Monday (Jun 29). The contraction was sharper than the 19.9 % drop forecast by analysts surveyed by Reuters and the lowest since May 2009

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Mon Jun 29 - CNA

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