Stop playing the falling ringgit blame game


FORMER prime minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin recently stated that the current government should not blame the ringgit’s depreciation on the Oppo-sition (“Don’t blame us for declining ringgit, Muhyiddin tells govt”, The Star, Feb 23; online at bit.ly/star_blame).

I would argue that we should.

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economy , ringgit , depreciation , politics , World War II

   

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