Malaysia outlook revised to negative: Fitch

The country’s prospects for budgetary reform and fiscal consolidation have worsened since the May general elections, prompting the necessary amendment of its credit rating outlook to negative.

  • 31 Jul 2013

Fitch has revised its outlook on Malaysia to negative believing the prospects for budgetary reform and fiscal consolidation to address weaknesses in the public finances have worsened since the government's weak showing in the May 2013 general elections.

Malaysia’s public finances are its key rating weakness, according to Fitch ...

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