LONDON: Britain's March 29 exit has been plunged into crisis by parliamentary opposition to the divorce deal she struck with the EU last month, which has opened up possibilities including a delay to Brexit or even another referendum on membership
NEW YORK (Dec 13): The International Monetary Fund sees Malaysia's growth in 2018 moderating in line with expectations and projected at 4.7% in 2018, according to a fund statement.
* IMF says 2018 real GDP growth driven by domestic demand
* IMF sees Malaysia headline inflation declining, expected to average around 1.1% in 2018
* Current account surplus seen declining to 2.1% of GDP
* Real GDP growth for 2019 projected at 4%-5% with domestic demand main driver, US tariffs on imports from China having overall adverse impact
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