Moody's Cuts Malaysia Credit-Rating Outlook on Weaker FinancesBy
Malaysia escaped Fitch credit rating downgrade in June
Government cut subsidies, implemented new tax to boost revenue
Moody’s Investors Service lowered its credit-rating outlook for Malaysia, citing an external environment that has crimped government revenue despite Prime Minister Najib Razak’s efforts to improve the country’s finances.
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