KWAP seeks stronger income growth

Interview with KWAP, Chief Executive Officer, Nik Amlizan Mohamed. -SAMUEL ONG/ The Star

OVER the past decade, Malaysia’s pension payouts have grown at a faster rate than the country’s revenue collection.

From just RM9.88bil in 2010, the pension bill has ballooned by almost three-folds to RM26.38bil by 2020.

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