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SInking into the depths of debt

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Do you get that sinking feeling? If you do, it is not surprising. Martin Jalleh surveys the country’s worrying debt situation.

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Gary Boon
29 Jan 2013 5.41pm

UMNO MUST be teared down this GE13 and honest Malays with high integrity and the fear of the Almighty ALLAH be allowed to form a new & promising ruling National Malaysian Party for all Malaysians!

najib manaukau
19 Oct 2012 8.07am

No questions about Malaysia going deeper into the red, what else can one expect it will not ? You don’t need to be a chartered accountant or even a book keeper to know you can’t keep giving away and spend what you don’t have. Worst of all to borrow just so the morons can keep enriching themselves and filling up their (foreign?) bank accounts while the nation is in deficit and paying interest o top of that. These are obviously the results of quarter cooked ‘accountants’ behind the scene. Years in years out the auditor general would point out the anomalies that has been going on but nothing, absolutely nothing is done and noone is indicted for their wrong doings. How can the price of a torch be purchased at over 1200 ringgits and yet nothing and no one is held accountable for the purchase ? You know why ? One might as well do it before the country goes bust, when the ‘big boys’ are stealing by the billions so what is a few hundred of thousands ? Especially so when you know you can… Read more »

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