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Posted: 23 Jan 2011 08:20 PM PST
East Asia Forum January 19th, 2011 Author: Hal Hill, ANU Malaysia is one of the developing world's great success stories. Few countries outside of East Asia can match its development record. Since its independence over 53 years ago per capita incomes have risen more than eight-fold, and absolute poverty has been all but eliminated. But [...]
Posted: 23 Jan 2011 07:01 PM PST
By M. Bakri Musa Chapter Six: Malaysia: Assets and Liabilities The Barnacles of Special Privileges Malaysia's affirmative action programs can be viewed in one of two ways. One, they were designed to ameliorate the deteriorating socioeconomic status of Bumiputras; and two, they are part and parcel of the inherent rights of Bumiputras consequent to their [...]
Posted: 23 Jan 2011 06:15 AM PST
by Dr. Lim Teck Ghee I refer to a report by Washington financial watchdog Global Financial Integrity which found that Malaysia lost US$291 billion or RM889 billion through illicit outflows between 2000-2008. The report written by GFI economists Karly Curcio and Dev Kar, who is a former senior economist at the International Monetary Fund is [...]
Posted: 23 Jan 2011 05:48 AM PST
by Angela Dewan Asia Sentinel 18 JANUARY 2011 The Travels of Taxman Tambunan If Jonathan Swift had written a satire on corruption in Indonesia, he couldn’t have imagined a more farcical plot than that involving Gayus Tambunan. In just eight months, the detained civil servant, a mid-level tax official, managed to bribe his way out [...]
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