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Malaysia’s growth fueled by Islamic bonds

Posted on 11 June 2012

In just about every macroeconomic measure that matters Malaysia has been at the forefront of consistency of growth. Since 2000 real GDP growth has averaged 5.1% with an average CPI inflation rate of 2.8%.
By contrast Vietnam has seen very high GDP growth but it has done so at the expense of consumer prices and a massive devaluation of the Dong. Since 2004 Malaysia’s GDP has doubled in purchasing power to $414 billion USD and per capita income has risen to $15,497 from $9,700………………………………………..Full Article: Source

 
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