Malaysia flags 'sustainable' H2 growth on exports, foreign investments

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 6 (Reuters) - Malaysia's economy is expected to "grow sustainably" in the second half of this year driven by strong exports and foreign investments, Minister of Finance Lim Guan Eng said on Friday.

He also said the country was working on attracting more foreign investments.

"The government will continue its work of attracting high-quality investment particularly from China and the U.S. into the country to provide all Malaysians with higher-income jobs," Lim said in a statement. (Reporting by Emily Chow Editing by Jacqueline Wong)