The growth is being ignited by free trade. The Malaysian government has amped up its trade with other countries; specifically, Australia, New Zealand and the United States. The new trade agreements are also in effect with Pakistan and Japan, and the multi-year plan has also helped the currency, the ringget, reach its strongest level in a decade.
Also, consider that Malaysia is protected from the global economic contraction. Resources are plentiful, such as oil, timber, rubber, minerals and other materials. Malaysia is proving to be a nice alternative to American stocks.
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