The prime minister says even though many had reservations about the ruling coalition being inexperienced, everyone receives an allocation under the budget.
The minister says the only payments that the government received from Khazanah are in the form of annual dividends and taxes.
The sovereign wealth fund has reduced its debts from RM55 billion a year ago to RM47 billion, says the economics affairs minister.
Michael Chong speaks of 350 cases involving debts totalling RM30 million.
Amhari Efendi Nazaruddin tells court that fugitive businessman Low Taek Jho was also in China to join in the discussion with Chinese officials.
The former prime minister says he won't be surprised if the state investment arm is again blamed for the increase in debts for 2019.
He says his action to step down as FAM president is for continuity and boosting the standard of national football.
With corporate debts reaching historic highs relative to the size of the economy, public comment has run the gamut, Powell says.
The government says the debts include loans and interest borne by the finance ministry.
Kota Sentosa assemblyman Chong Chieng Jen says the issue has reached a 'deadlock' because the Sarawak government wants to spend the money according to its own way.
The issues include residential overhangs that have gone into the billions, high house prices, oversupply of houses in wrong locations and high household debts.
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PTPTN chairman Wan Saiful Wan Jan says 20% of 1.8 million borrowers have not paid a single sen since finishing their studies.
The finance minister says it is Ahmad’s choice to believe Arul Kanda over him.
Loans to small businesses carry average interest rates about 2.15 percentage points higher than facilities to larger corporations, central bank data shows.
Accusing Najib Razak of resorting to personal attacks, the finance minister reiterates that the previous government left the nation’s finances in a bad state.
According to the Straits Times, the Abu Dhabi state-owned company listed financial commitments amounting to an estimated US$6.89 billion, before interest.
The Pakatan Harapan government should not sell our national assets, especially public lands, but should rather reclaim public assets that have been privatised and reforest and re-gazette all forests that have been degazetted and privatised.
World Bank lead economist says what is important is to look at resilience of Malaysia’s debt profile.
The prime minister says this may be necessary to pay off the country's huge debts.
Dave Ramsey and Harvard researchers say its better to prioritise debt in the order of one's 'balances' of debt as opposed to the interest rates of those debts.
If the government does not undertake tough reforms that are in the overall interest of the country, this will be a long and possibly wrong road to God-knows-where.
The Pakatan Harapan government needs to make a difference and impose on itself the honesty to do what is right.