Mrs. Zeti Akhtar Aziz Malaysia's Central Bank Governor said that the monetary policy should remain supportive to economic growth as the economy started to recover from the worst recession since World War II. Zeti added that the bank doesn’t see inflation risks or asset bubbles at the current stage and that it is important not to end the exceptional policy that supports the economy.

Zeti said that recovery will be stronger in 2010 and she expects recovery to be sustainable. She said that the central bank will not rush to raise the nation's benchmark in order to support the economy, worth mentioning that interest rates in Malaysia was cut to reach 2.0%.