Public sector needs further reforms, say experts


PETALING JAYA: Further reforms are needed to improve the Malaysian public sector and increase its effectiveness, say experts.

Institute for Demo­cracy and Economic Affairs (Ideas) director of research Laurence Todd said that while the Malaysian public sector had historically performed well in the region, its progress was at risk of slowing down.

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