BNSC: Malaysia's debt-to-service ratio highest during Dr M's premiership

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  • Monday, 12 Mar 2018

PETALING JAYA: The Government is in a good position to service its national debt as its debt-to-service ratio has been greatly reduced since the 1980s, said the Barisan Nasional Strategic Communications (BNSC) team.

It said the debt-to-service ratio measures the Government's capability to repay its debt, adding that it is calculated by dividing the national debt – including the interest and the principle sum – by the total Government revenue for the year.

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