The World Trade Organization says Malaysia's manufacturing sector is relatively open to trade and foreign investment, with the notable exception of the automotive industry. A more liberal trade and investment regime would contribute greatly to Malaysia's long-term economic growth, the world body’s report says. \ The WTO also notes an early recovery of the Malaysian economy depends not only on prudent macroeconomic policies but also on structural reforms, such as promoting competition and ...

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