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The recovery of the Malaysian economy: does the timber industry sector follow the same trend?

Jean-Marc Roda (), Ahmad Fauzi Puasa (), Lim Hin Fui (), Ismariah Ahmad, Rohana Abd Rahman () and Noor Aini Zakaria
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Ahmad Fauzi Puasa: Forest Research Institute Malaysia
Lim Hin Fui: Forest Research Institute Malaysia
Ismariah Ahmad: Forest Research Institute Malaysia
Rohana Abd Rahman: Forest Research Institute Malaysia

EAS Strategic Options, 2009, vol. 2009, issue 02, 1-2

Abstract: An important indicator of the dynamics of the economy and its day to day evolutions is the performance of stock exchanges market. In the case of Malaysia, the KL Composite Index shows that since the world economic downturn in early 2008, the Malaysian economy started to recover in March 2009 (Fig. 1), while most of the developed countries are now still struggling with their sluggish economies.

Keywords: Malaysian economy; recovery; slow down; stock exchange; bursa malaysia; marketing; market orientation; economy; industry; wood; financial crisis; europe; china; family business; design; furniture; economy; industry; wood; financial crisis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2009
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