56% of Malaysians Expect to Retire Before the Age of 60 But Only 2 in 10 Are Financially Ready to Retire

Malaysian consumers are most likely to retire before the age of 60 within Asia Pacific. More than half (56%) of the Malaysian consumers retired or expressed their wish to retire before the age of 60, according to the Global Aging Report released by  The Nielsen Company (NYSE:NLSN).  After Malaysians, consumers in China (51%) and Indonesia 49%) are the second and third most likely groups to retire before they turn 60. On average, 40% of consumers in Asia Pacific retired or plan to retire before the age of 60 compare to the 30% global average

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