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Package to stimulate growth

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad will unveil the Government's long-awaited economic stimulus package tomorrow. WONG SULONG provides a layman's guide to why the government is taking this initiative and the outlook for the Malaysian economy.

Letters

Package to stimulate growth

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad will unveil the Government's long-awaited economic stimulus package tomorrow. WONG SULONG provides a layman's guide to why the government is taking this initiative and the outlook for the Malaysian economy.

Letters

Bring back glory of civil service

From HAMDAN IBRAHIM of Kuala Lumpur.

Business

Package to stimulate growth

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad will unveil the Government's long-awaited economic stimulus package tomorrow. WONG SULONG provides a layman's guide to why the government is taking this initiative and the outlook for the Malaysian economy.

Business

The package needs good delivery

By WONG SULONG

Nation

Cuepacs welcomes bonus and 2% EPF reduction

Cuepacs welcomed the reduction in employee EPF contribution from 11% to 9% and the half month#8217;s bonus payment to civil servants.

Nation

Government unveils economic stimulus package

The much-awaited economic stimulus package, which was unveiled by Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad yesterday, has four main strategies and 90 measures and aims to generate economic activities by mobilising domestic sources of growth, boosting consumption and encouraging investments.

Business

Greater spending power with cut in EPF contribution

CONSUMERS who were thinking of tightening their purse strings are unlikely to do so now that extra money is being put in their pockets following the announcement of the government#039;s economic package.

AseanPlus News

Singapore announces pay cut for ministers, top civil servants

Singapore's top civil servants will take a pay cut of up to 10 percent after the government recommended wage cuts to help the island weather the economic fallout from its SARS outbreak, according to newspaper reports Friday.

Nation

Chinese associations welcome RM8.1bil stimulus

From the Chinese Press.