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02/02/2023 • By Christine PELTIER

In China, the official PMIs published on January 31st and the most recent mobility indicators show that domestic demand is rebounding faster than expected following the end of the zero covid policy and the re-opening of the country. This trend should strengthen further in the coming months assuming the epidemic curve continues to improve. We now expect economic growth to be slightly over 5% in 2023, up from 3% in 2022.

Summary: In November, Anwar Ibrahim became the new prime minister but the political environment remains particularly unstable. However, in the past three years, the Malaysia’s economy has been buoyant and resisted fairly well to successive external shocks. Economic growth is robust. Although public finances are still weaker than before the pandemic crisis, they have strengthened since the beginning of the year.