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Zeti rules out return to 1998 ringgit/USD peg

Bank Negara Governor Zeti Akhtar Aziz has ruled out the ringgit being pegged again to the USD as done in 1998 during the Asian Currency Crisis. 209 more words

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BNM says 1MDB probe completed, recommendations submitted to AG

Malaysia’s central bank has completed an investigation into troubled state fund 1MDB and submitted a report to the attorney general, the bank’s governor, Zeti Akhtar Aziz, told a news conference on Thursday. 42 more words

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Najib Razak, 'biggest warlord in Malaysia', sends message to opponents with sackings amid 1MDB scandal

By Zuraidah Ibrahim
South China Morning Post

Prime Minister Najib Razak is fighting allegations that he took money from the 1MDB state wealth fund. Photo: AP… 1,110 more words

And will there be a dawn raid to arrest the culprits?

Lessons never learnt, it would seem.

Bank Negara Malaysia governor Tan Sri Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz was clear on the issue of banking confidentiality when she said in 2012: “The confidentiality of customer information is clearly protected by the Banking and Financial Institutions Act 1989 (BAFIA). 279 more words

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ASEAN Avert Global Trend: McKinsey say Global finance is shrinking, hurting global growth prospect

McKinsey, the top global advising group, is conducting a series on Global Finance.

In its first release to the public, of its finding, McKinsey said, quote: 1,541 more words

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Malaysia's growth forecasts raised after the actual 5.4% in Q2, 2012

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Malaysia’s economy up 5.4% in Q2, manufacturing, demand support growth

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s economic growth, as measured by gross domestic product (GDP), for the second quarter ended June 30 rose by an unexpected 5.4% year-on-year, underpinned by an expansion in manufacturing and robust domestic… 1,069 more words

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RM328.6 billion!! Malaysian International reserve

International Reserves of BNM as at 31 December 2010

The international reserves of Bank Negara Malaysia amounted to RM328.6 billion (equivalent to USD106.5 billion) as at 31 December 2010. 368 more words