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Johari meets US chamber of commerce to discuss TPP issues

KUALA LUMPUR: Second Finance Minister Datuk Seri Johari Abdul Ghani (pix) has met the United States Chamber of Commerce to discuss issues arising from the uncertain future of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

In a statement today, the Ministry of Finance said the meeting took place during the International Monetary Fund (IMF)-World Bank Spring Meetings in Washington DC, United States, which began on Thursday.

Also discussed were Malaysia s policy priorities for continued financial sector development.

The ministry said Johari would also meet three international rating agencies to brief them on Malaysia s current economic and financial development, as well as. the steps taken to address the challenges.

They would be briefed on the ongoing initiatives undertaken to strengthen the country s fiscal and monetary position, it said.

The IMF-World Bank Spring Meetings is a platform where policymakers around the world discuss and exchange views on c

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