Author: Anuradha Raghu, Reuters
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  • Malaysia inflation rate likely up in February
  • Anuradha Raghu, Reuters | Mar 18, 2013 2:33PM
  • Many economists anticipate Malaysia’s inflation rate will increase in coming months due to the newly-implemented minimum wage policy.
  • News - malaysiakini.com/news/224187
  • January trade surplus lowest in 11 years
  • Anuradha Raghu, Reuters | Mar 11, 2013 2:35PM
  • January's trade balance stood at a meagre RM3.3 billion (US$1.06 billion), its lowest since April 2002, government data shows today.
  • News - malaysiakini.com/news/223511
  • M'sia economy surges in Q4 on strong domestic demand
  • Anuradha Raghu, Reuters | Feb 20, 2013 7:27PM
  • Malaysia’s economy accelerated at an annual pace of 6.4 percent in the fourth quarter, beating expectations with the fastest growth since 2010 as domestic demand stayed robust ahead of elections that must be called by April.
  • News - malaysiakini.com/news/221901
  • December inflation slows to 1.2pct year-on-year
  • Anuradha Raghu, Reuters | Jan 24, 2013 8:56AM
  • inflation decreasePrices of food, alcoholic beverages and healthcare rose while clothing and communication fell, according to Statistics Dept.
  • News - malaysiakini.com/news/219790
  • September inflation at 1.3pct, lowest in 2 years
  • Anuradha Raghu, Reuters | Oct 19, 2012 7:15PM
  • Prices of food, household equipment and education rose while clothing and communication fell, according to the data from the Statistics Department.
  • News - malaysiakini.com/news/212200
  • August factory output falls for first time in 13 months
  • Anuradha Raghu, Reuters | Oct 11, 2012 1:51PM
  • The industrial production index fell 0.7 percent from a year earlier in August, dragged down by manufacturing while electricity and mining held up.
  • News - malaysiakini.com/news/211391
  • Want investments? Try dragon fish bonds
  • Anuradha Raghu, Reuters | Mar 10, 2012 12:55PM
  • dragon fish arowana thumbHousewife Leong Yoke Ping bought a Sapphire Gold Arowana, otherwise known as a dragon fish, for RM9,000.
  • News - malaysiakini.com/news/191659
  • Lynas plant to be scrapped, pledges Pakatan
  • Anuradha Raghu, Reuters | Jan 30, 2012 5:15PM
  • NONEPakatan Rakyat has vowed to scrap rare-earths processing plant being built by Lynas Corp if it wins elections.
  • News - malaysiakini.com/news/187832
Author: Anuradha Raghu, Reuters
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