'Stronger ringgit, rising stock markets not good indicators of recovering economy'


Amin Iskandar

DM Analytics founder and chief economist Dr Muhammed Abdul Khalid says although the government has the right goals, as outlined in the 11th Malaysia Plan, it should be more judicious in implementing those policies. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Hasnoor Hussain, January 21, 2018.

A STRENGTHENING ringgit and higher share market do not mean better times for Malaysians, said an economist.

DM Analytics founder and chief economist Dr Muhammed Abdul Khalid said the two factors were not the only indicators of a recovering economy. 


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