SINGAPORE (Nov 25): The Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) has sought to allay concerns over the recent US downgrade of its safety rating, saying it was purely on its regulatory oversight function. But aviation experts expect the drop in rating to have an impact on the image of the country, as well as on Malaysian air carriers, if other aviation authorities follow suit.

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