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Decoding Malaysian Investment Attitude - Nov 2012

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  • 1. As  global  economies  conCnue  to  focus  on  ways  to  accelerate   economic  growth,  consumers  too  are  looking  for  ways  to  bolster  their   budgets.   This  findings  of  online  survey  of  respondents  for  Malaysians  provide   insights  to  beMer  understand  the  consumer  mindset  on  investment   SAMPLE strategies  and  the  emerging  opportuniCes  across  the  developing   REPORT economic  landscape.Decoding  Malaysian  Investment  A;tude  -­‐  Nov  2012
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  • 5. How  much  do  you  put  aside  of  your  last  12  months  salary  into  investment?Generally,  women  invested  lesser  than  men  did.
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