Vital to strengthen financial literacy, say experts


KUALA LUMPUR: One out of three Malaysians are not comfortable with their financial knowledge, while half of the population (52%) say they face difficulties raising even RM1,000 for emergencies.

These were among the findings in a Credit Counselling and Debt Management Agency (AKPK) survey last year.

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