Malaysia; Selected Issues

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International Monetary Fund;
(2014)
  • Subject: Malaysia;expenditure, commercial banks, total expenditure, net foreign assets, direct investment | Economic models;Energy sector;Debt sustainability;Economic growth;Cross country analysis;Oil prices;Risk management;Selected Issues Papers;Malaysia;Natural gas;Fiscal reforms;Fiscal risk;Subsidies;oil, energy, prices, gas | Bond markets;Article IV consultation reports;Corporate sector;Public sector wages;Revenue mobilization;Selected issues;Fiscal policy;Government expenditures;Malaysia;Subsidies;Tax revenues;fiscal consolidation, fiscal savings, tax rates | Malaysia;capital adequacy, foreign exchange, banking, capital controls, capital flows

This Selected Issues paper on Malaysia highlights quantitative assessment of additional measures required during the medium term to achieve fiscal targets. The authorities aim to lower the budget deficit to about 3 percent of GDP by 2015, down from 4.0 percent in 2013, ... View more
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