Abstract

Expectations – A study of how credit marketing affects non-performing loans (NPLs) when it comes to debt, is becoming one of the major NPLs in many countries. At the same time, while more research is being done on NPLs during the economic downturn and financial crisis, there is not much research on how macroeconomic factors affect NPL assets in economic development. The purpose of this study is to fill in the gaps to assess the relationship between gross domestic product (GDP), revenue share, an exchange rate (FDI), property prices, and property taxes for NPLs and Malaysia. This study aims to understand the forces and mechanisms of reason in interactions.

Plans/methods/methods – The author uses the definition of the distribution of orders between individual GDP types, profits, residential income, employment tax, personal income, and FDI that covers NPL assets from 2009 to 2017, at a critical time in the environment. Economic development in which NPLs first appeared in about a decade of economic downturn.

Results – This study found that profits, infrastructure, income, GDP, and labor tax were found to have long-term and long-term effects on NPLs. At the same time, interest rates affect major NPLs over the long term, followed by GDP, housing prices, employment tax, and revenue. FDIs cannot be a significant factor in destroying NPLs over time.

Limitations of information/implications – This document allows policymakers to understand the value of resources available to the power of NPLs, to formulate appropriate plans to address their views. Particular attention will be given to the long-term effect of this in NPLs.

Effective approach – Financial measures can be improved to address critical issues by understanding the short and long aspects of economic disparities in NPL assets. Legislators can see the long-term consequences and long-term taxes, rent, income, GDP, and tax on services and building NPLs, to create a proper long-term law to guide development. Things. In the world. At the same time, a key factor should be given to the country’s GDP growth due to its long-term strength and the reduction of NPLs in the country.

Frequent concern – The assumptions from a recent study indicate that policymakers are keen to stabilize the market for the financial instruments needed in the diversified economic investments found in this study.

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