Despite a tellurian mercantile uncertainties, a Malaysian supervision is assured that a nation has adequate domestic strength to overcome an impact, Malaysian Minister in a Prime Minister’s Department Nor Mohamed Yakcop said. Nor Mohamed, who heads an Economic Planning Unit (EPU) said while it was healthy that Malaysia will be influenced by a slack in a tellurian economy, it will not be an initial time that a nation would be confronting such a situation, according to Malaysian (BERNAMA) News Agency. “Our care have faced such conditions many times given independence. In a 2008 mercantile crisis, we not usually managed to overcome a conditions though we bounced behind to be in a strongest position to pierce brazen when a mercantile recovered,” he said. He also believed that while a nation will be influenced by a tellurian slowdown, it would still be means to grasp a GDP expansion of 5 to 6 per cent this year. Malaysia would be means to urge a GDP expansion in a second half of this year upheld by an improved outlay from a petroleum sector.