Sòng bài(www.vng.app):Sòng bài(www.vng.app) cổng Chơi tài xỉu uy tín nhất việt nam。Sòng bài(www.vng.app)game tài Xỉu đánh bạc online công bằng nhất,Sòng bài(www.vng.app)cổng game không thể dự đoán can thiệp,mở thưởng bằng blockchain ,đảm bảo kết quả công bằng.

KUALA LUMPUR: Finance Minister Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Abdul Aziz says the weak ringgit does not automatically imply that the country is in an economic crisis.

However, he also noted that there was a need to brace for any possible slowdown in major global economies next year and that this would need to be addressed in the coming Budget 2023.

“The ringgit is influenced by the movements of currencies across the world – including the main export partners of Malaysia. We are not in a currency or financial crisis like back in 1997 which is being claimed by certain parties,” Tengku Zafrul told a press conference at the “Developing and Financing Green Housing in Asia” event by Cagamas Bhd.“Even though the ringgit has fallen, other currencies have fallen in tandem with some at a greater measure such as the Japanese yen, British pound, etc. The yen, for example, has fallen to its lowest level in about 24 years, and the sterling is at its lowest level in about 37 years,” he noted.

Tengku Zafrul stressed that the country was “not in a crisis”, noting that inflation levels were in check while the gross domestic product (GDP) continued to grow, noting “this does not indicate an economy which is in crisis”.

“A flexible exchange rate for the ringgit is an important policy to maintain in ensuring the economy is able to absorb and flatten out the shocks to the system, to also support domestic economic activities in an uncertain economic environment,” Tengku Zafrul said.


Đánh de online(www.84vng.com):Đánh de online(www.84vng.com) cổng Chơi tài xỉu uy tín nhất việt nam。Đánh de online(www.84vng.com)game tài Xỉu Đánh de online online công bằng nhất,Đánh de online(www.84vng.com)cổng game không thể dự đoán can thiệp,mở thưởng bằng blockchain ,đảm bảo kết quả công bằng.


“Bank Negara will always ensure a domestic financial market which is stable, implementing proactive measures to ensure ample domestic liquidity and a financial market which is stable to determine the ringgit’s level,” he added.

Tengku Zafrul said he anticipates 2023 to see a more challenging global economic environment and this would impact all countries, including Malaysia.

“In Budget 2023, we should see what can be done to mitigate this slowdown in the economy. Since our trade-to-GDP is 120%, we need to do the necessary. To say that we will not be affected by a global slowdown is not real. But do note again that these are all forecasts,” he said.

He noted that all major economies are expected to slow down next year – the United States, Europe and China unlike the previous crisis in 2008 which saw China’s GDP growth being strong and holding up the global economic growth then.

Commenting on the subsidy policy for items such as fuel and basic food ingredients, he said this had helped keep inflation by and large in check.

“Actually if you realise it, we have one of the lowest inflation rates in the world. Inflation was at 4.4% for July but for the first seven months, inflation is at 2.8% and this is because of subsidies and the price controls that are imposed on several items have helped to keep a lid on inflation here,” Tengku Zafrul said.



环球UG声明:该文看法仅代表作者自己,与本平台无关。转载请注明:Đánh de online:Zafrul: Country not in crisis