When you hear the word “malay” you usually think of the currency used in Southeast Asia.
It’s not just the Malaysian ringgit that’s pegged to the U.S. dollar.
It also comes in two different forms: Malaysian ringgits and Thai lira.
The difference is that the Malaysian lira is not tied to the dollar.
Malaysia is one of the most important trading partners of the United States.
In fact, the nation has an estimated annual trade deficit of nearly $20 billion with the United State alone.
So it makes sense that Malaysia would be an important destination for a lot of the dollars being traded in the United Kingdom and the United Nations.
As a matter of fact, it makes perfect sense that Malaysian ringgiants would be a prime target for those who would like to disrupt U.K. and U.N. trade.
But there is another group of currency traders who are also interested in disrupting trade between Malaysia and the U