Playing Catch Up With SingaporeChristine Hill
Malaysia may have the biggest stock market in Southeast Asia, but up until now, neighboring Singapore has been grabbing all the juicy business. Over the past two years, Malaysia's leaders have watched with dismay as more and more international financial players chose Singapore as an alternative to Hong Kong for setting up trading and other operations. Authorities worried that Malaysia might play permanent second fiddle to its smaller neighbors.
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