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Prioritise consumers in TPPA deal

For us common people, the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement will enable cheaper products of higher quality to enter the market.

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How liberals become illiberal

Negative freedom is the true way to respect choice, while positive freedom brings you closer to an illiberal coercive environment.

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A bleak future if there’s no change

Events in 2015 seem to show that Malaysia is on a wrong trajectory. We need political will to alter the course.

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Be wary of anti-TPP ideologies

If their only evidence is based on hearsay and assumptions, it is very likely that they are talking on ideology and sentiment instead of rational thinking.

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Excited about the Asean Economic Community?

It is the most important evolution in Asean history, but we should not become complacent.

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Recognise all refugees

Some 3,000 Syrians will get special treatment when they arrive in Malaysia, so how about extending that approach to refugees here?

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A landmark statement by the Rulers

Many welcome their intervention since our problems show no sign of receding.

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The real state of national unity

On the ground, people are actually quite happy living side by side, befriending each other.

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To help the poor lets liberalise

Malaysia leapt from 74th position last year to 58th this year in a global economic ranking.

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Businesses need to speak up

Commercial communities need to change the way they deal with public policy and policy makers.

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No financial crisis, yet

We are not heading towards doom as indicated by the many people commenting on the falling ringgit in the social media because our economic fundamentals are still pretty healthy.

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A new hope for progressives?

Gerakan Harapan Baru’s ‘PAS-but-different’ strategy means that they are pitting themselves not against their bigger political enemies, but against PAS.

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