Malaysia Country Risk Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

Malaysia Country Risk Report

Malaysia Country Risk Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
Malaysia Country Risk Report
Published Jul 23, 2015
51 pages — Published Jul 23, 2015
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Malaysia (PAS) � both Malay-based parties � are considering further cooperation, which could lead to greater concentra- tion of power, potentially stoking more discontent among the minority races. Declining Oil Reserves: As the Malaysian government derives a significant portion of its income from oil profits � petroleum- related income made up an estimated -- of total revenues, or MYR--.-bn (USD--.-bn), ...These politicians are well-known household names, which would serve to bolster the opposition coalition s image among the electorate. Rise Of Internet-Driven Politics: We believe that increasing online penetration � especially in the predominantly rural East Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak � will lead to a greater number of votes going to politicians who are best able to harness the power of the internet as an effective political media, which has been favouring the opposition PR coalition thus far. One example is the opposition victory in Sibu in May ----. Argu- ably, the major inroads made by the opposition parties in the ---- general elections would not have been possible without -- Business Monitor International Ltd www.bmiresearch.com

...PasMa is currently working with the G-- to establish a new party. While PAS President Hadi Awang has issued a statement warning that no one who has left PAS has survived politically in the past, we believe that the face of politics in Malaysia is rapidly changing, with moderate Muslim parties having signifi- cantly more appeal than they did previously. ...PasMa is currently working with the G-- to establish a new party. While PAS President Hadi Awang has issued a statement warning that no one who has left PAS has survived politically in the past, we believe that the face of politics in Malaysia is rapidly changing, with moderate Muslim parties having signifi- cantly more appeal than they did previously. Maintaining Status Quo In Selangor: Another possible sce- nario would be the preservation of the status quo in Selangor, where no individual party has a majority in the state s -- seat assembly (with PAS and DAP having -- seats each and PKR having --). ...While this grouping could start as an informal partnership, it is likely to become more formalised as the country moves closer to the ---- general elections, with a strong representative coalition being the only way to present a credible challenge to the ruling BN coalition. long-Term Political outlook race relations still cloud The Horizon

...core Views Malaysia s economy experienced real growth of -.- y-o-y in Q---, slowing marginally from a -.- expansion registered in the previous quarter. With the country facing dual headwinds in the form of weak external demand and anaemic domestic conditions, we maintain our forecast for ---- real GDP growth to come in at -.- , below consensus expectations of -.- . ...

  
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