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Lim Kit Siang

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Lim Kit Siang


Malays competitive and competent – need for New Pro-Poor Economic Policy/Reform

Posted: 21 Oct 2010 08:56 PM PDT

Malaysia's Development Strategy Revisited (5) by Dr. Mohamed Ariff* A New Pro-Poor Economic Policy and Reform There is certainly a need for a clear focus on the needs of the poor and marginalized regardless of race, colour or religion. In other words, Malaysia needs a 'new' New Economic Policy that is explicitly pro-poor. The main [...]

NEM stillborn?

Posted: 21 Oct 2010 08:45 PM PDT

Malaysia's Development Strategy Revisited (4) by Dr. Mohamed Ariff* New Economic Model Up Against Formidable Challenges The structural change agenda presents formidable challenges. The kinds of skills that the new paradigm demands cannot be provided by Malaysia's archaic education system, which needs a complete overhaul. At the same time, the country is suffering from a [...]

NEP “outlived its usefulness” – does not make sense to keep an obsolete policy ticking along on life support

Posted: 21 Oct 2010 08:37 PM PDT

Malaysia's Development Strategy Revisited (3) by Dr. Mohamed Ariff* The New Economic Policy: Pervasive Poverty in the Malay Community Multi-racial Malaysia's major structural problems are largely attributable to the New Economic Policy initiated in 1970 in the aftermath of the May 1969 racial riots. With its emphasis on 'positive' discrimination in favour of the then [...]

Middle income-trap – Malaysia has shot itself in the foot!

Posted: 21 Oct 2010 08:30 PM PDT

Malaysia's Development Strategy Revisited (2) by Dr. Mohamed Ariff* Input-Driven Growth unsustainable It goes without saying that Malaysia must grow at a faster pace if it is serious about joining the club of developed countries by 2020 – hence the need to reinvent itself through reforms that can help restore the lost growth potential. Malaysia [...]

Solution to the problems of economic openness is not less openness but more openness

Posted: 21 Oct 2010 08:08 PM PDT

Malaysia's Development Strategy Revisited (1) by Dr. Mohamed Ariff* Malaysia has turned 180 degrees since Independence in 1957, transforming itself into a thriving modern economy and leapfrogging from a low-income to a middle-income trajectory. The country owes its prosperity to its economic openness, with trade as the lifeblood and foreign direct investment (FDI) as the [...]

Sanitary Pads and their relevance to intelligence

Posted: 21 Oct 2010 07:54 PM PDT

By Dina Zaman I like giving our politicians a break. Doesn't matter which side they swing. Like many Malaysians, I too laugh at some of the pearls that dance out of their mouths. When this happens, it makes for a sunnier day, and then we all get on with our lives. However, today's gem which [...]

PAS picks Dr Zulkefli for Galas

Posted: 21 Oct 2010 06:14 PM PDT

PAS picks Dr Zulkefli for Galas The Malaysian Insider October 22, 2010 GUA MUSANG, Oct 22 — PAS picked Gua Musang acting chief Dr Zulkefli Mohamad as Pakatan Rakyat candidate for the November 4 Galas vote. Dr Zulkefli was the Gua Musang parliamentary seat candidate in Election 2008, losing to Tengku Razaleigh, who has been [...]

The 100-storey Najib Tower

Posted: 20 Oct 2010 11:37 PM PDT

This is extract of speech by Lim Kit Siang at the first of two consecutive 2,000-plus-people Wisma Penang DAP fund-raising dinners held at PISA on Monday, 18th October 2010. Other speakers on the first-night Wisma Penang DAP fund-raising dinner were DAP Secretary-General and Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, Deputy Chief Minister and MP for [...]

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