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“Highest ever” trade surplus is actually a sign of a weak domestic economy in Malaysia

There has been some recent media coverage on Malaysia achieving its “highest ever” trade surplus in history in 2020.[1] This …

Structural Reform Needed to Address Migrant Housing Issues

It has been reported that some 91.1% or 1.4 million foreign workers in the country are provided with accommodation …

Can PN regain the trust of the public?

Malaysians are shocked that the data of the last three days of January for new daily Covid-19 infections and …

Incompetent ministers must resign now.

Ministers Responsible For Health, Tourism, Welfare, Human Resources And Economy Must Resign For Failing To Save Jobs And Businesses, …

The government should allow new applicants for the GKP Tambahan aid

The Prime Minister has announced the Geran Khas Prihatin (GKP) Tambahan assistance under the PERMAI package. Through this initiative, …

Is Malaysia in danger of being the new ‘sick man’ of South-East Asia?

In the 1970s and 1980s, the Philippines was known as the ‘sick man’ of Asia because of its poor …

Wake up call for Muhyiddin after RGL suspension

Wake up call for the Muhyiddin administration after the suspension of RGL by Singapore The Singapore government had announced …

MOE still not prepared for online learning?

As 58 students have tested positive for Covid-19 so far since schools reopened last week for SPM and STPM …

No screening for close contact?

The Ministry of Health has recently announced that it would not screen asymptomatic close contacts with confirmed COVID patients …

PN ministers: Clueless or in denial?

The shameless PN government is either in denial, or is clueless of the real sentiment on the ground, especially …