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Cheaper oil points to lower growth, higher fiscal deficits for Malaysia

IN an environment of low oil prices, most countries would have reason to celebrate. But not Malaysia.

Cheaper oil usually means lower costs, lower inflation and a generally better base to drive growth forward. But for Kuala Lumpur, low oil prices mean less money for the government which

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