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Dong Zong not fair to Paul and Mary

I WISH to express my regret over Dong Zong’s critical view on the appointments of Datuk Paul Low and Datuk Mary Yap to the Cabinet.

Low: Govt committed to tackling graft

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Paul Low Seng Kuan said his appointment as a Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department is proof the Government is serious about tackling corruption.

Transforming the nation

His goal is to help Malaysia towards Vision 2020. Pemandu chief Datuk Seri Idris Jala talks about the Economic Transformation Programme.

Much is being done to make sure M'sia can compete with the best on the world

BY now, most people would have heard of the term middle-income trap. This describes a situation where a nation makes rapid progress in terms of economic growth and in increasing incomes from a low base, but is unable to make that final leap to becoming a high-income nation.

7,000 City Hall tenants to get housing offer letters from Monday

KUALA LUMPUR: About 7,000 public housing tenants here will receive offer letters under the People's Housing Programme of the National Economic Action Council (PHP-NEAC) and Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur Public Housing (DBKLPH) from Monday.

Unemployment insurance must address all concerns for it to be effective

THE National Economic Advisory Council (NEAC) was set up by the Prime Minister in May 2009 with a mandate to formulate a New Economic Model (NEM) that will transform Malaysia into a high-income economy by 2020.

EPF low cost housing fund to be disbursed June/July

KUALA LUMPUR: Funds from the Employment Provident Fund low cost housing scheme will be disbursed by end of June or early July, said FT and Urban Wellbeing Minister Datuk Raja Nong Chik.

Protecting EPF investments

When news first broke out last month that the EPF would be channelling RM1.5bil for a special public housing scheme, alarm bells sounded off for many contributors.

Protecting EPF investments

When news first broke out last month that the EPF would be channelling RM1.5bil for a special public housing scheme, alarm bells sounded off for many contributors.

Royal Commission of Inquiry to look into problem with foreign workers a timely initiative

IT was reported that the Government is considering setting up a Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) to look into the mother of all problems in Sabah: the presence of an alarming number of foreigners, legal and illegal, and those having MyKads.