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RAM Rating: Malaysian bonds benefit from sustained foreign demand in July

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 19 — Regional bond markets have seen a recent resurgence of foreign interest as sentiments improve on the resumption of economic activities, coupled with ample global liquidity from quantitative easing, RAM Rating Services Bhd"...
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