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As domestic and external demand recover, the Malaysian economy is projected to grow by 5.8% in 2022. However, this projected growth may be dampened by the rise of new COVID-19 variants, supply disruptions, and limited fiscal space. Rising vulnerabilities both at household and firm levels pose concerns to the country’s recovery path. Uncertainties abound for the Malaysian economy in 2022.

As domestic and external demand recover, the Malaysian economy is projected to grow by 5.8% in 2022. However, this projected growth may be dampened by the rise of new COVID-19 variants, supply disruptions, and limited fiscal space. Rising vulnerabilities both at household and firm levels pose concerns to the country's recovery path. Uncertainties abound for the Malaysian economy in 2022. ASLI of Sunway University brings to you a two-part panel discussion for us to understand how to navigate the Malaysian economy in these trying times

The 17th EAEA International Convention (2022)

August 27 • 8:00 am - August 28 • 5:00 pm

World class academics, economists, and policymakers present their papers on “Growth, Resilience and Sustainability: Asian Dynamism in an Uncertain World”.

The Covid-19 pandemic is the most serious shock to the peacetime global economy in 90 years. The webinar will bring together leading researchers and expert panel to discuss key economic and social issues related to the economic resilience and recovery of East Asia.

Prof Woo Wing Thye, Prof Noor Azlan Ghazali, and Prof Yeah Kim Leng consider the tradeoffs and complementarities on the optimal policy mix and implementation priorities to attain the nation’s short and medium to long term goals.

Speaker Sociology PhD Candidate John Hopkins University, Non-resident fellow at the Stratbase ADR ...

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