Debt not a drawback as it is an efficient tool for finance, investment

Vong: Investors should avoid companies that have an excessive debt amount.

POST-Covid-19 pandemic, many Malaysian corporates have experienced significant deterioration in their respective balance sheets.

One reason for this is the accumulation or restructuring of debt to sustain their operations, as businesses were ordered to shut down or limit their production amid the movement control order.

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