Malaysia: From Crisis to Recovery
International Monetary Fund, Aug 27, 2001 - Finance - 101 pages
This publication takes stock of economic developments in Malaysia since the Asian economic crisis of 1997. It looks at the aspects of economic performance, policy and reform that contributed to the strong recovery. The individual papers include: a comparative review of policies and performance; potential output and inflation; challenges to fiscal management; capital controls in response to the Asian crisis; financial sector issues; corporate performance and reform.
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