What are post-pandemic policies to boost growth, ask experts


Bernard Saw

A shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur on May 28, 2020, as sectors of the economy are being reopened during the MCO. Malaysians are spending on basic necessities, such as grocery and daily expenses, further crimping retail spending. – AFP pic, June 25, 2020.

MALAYSIA’S economic prospects currently look dim and other than some stop-gap measures to boost the economy, experts said, long-term measures are missing.

Economists told The Malaysian Insight consumption is expected to dive by October, as most Malaysians will want to save money, further dampening the economic outlook.


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  • The only post pandemic policy is to appoint more crooks to GLCs in order to hold on to power.
    As for the poor Rakyat, they can only hope for the durians and coconuts to fall by themselves if they still have the means to wait.

    Posted 3 months ago by Chee yee ng