Surekha Ragavan
May 17, 2018

Malaysia market remains stable despite surprise election win

Despite unfamiliarity, Malaysia's new administration signals better days for the business events industry.

Sho Hwee, Area Director of Sales & Distribution - Singapore, Malaysia & The Maldives, Marriott International.

The business events industry is unlikely to be shaken amidst a new political landscape for Malaysia after the country’s ruling coalition of 61 years, Barisan Nasional, fell to the opposition Pakatan Harapan in last week’s historic election win.

The stock market has remained stable and investor interest resilient despite uncertainties after the election outcome.

For suppliers in the business events industry, the election could mean better days ahead. On top of new...

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