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In his latest Transformation Unplugged column (StarBiz, June 10), Performance Management and Delivery Unit (Pemandu) CEO Datuk Seri Idris Jala says unless the unit evolves into something else, he expects it to be wrapping things up by September 2015. That will be the decision of the Prime Minister. Is it a good idea for Pemandu to be a government fixture? Our columnists take sides.
ONE of the major structural weaknesses of the economy that our economic and government transformation programmes is trying very hard to address is the continuing decline in net trade the difference between exports of goods and services and imports.
ONE thing struck me strongly when Senator John McCain and Senator Joseph Lieberman visited Malaysia about a year back. Although they were on opposite sides of the divide, McCain being a Republican and Lieberman a Democrat, they represented the United States when they were here.
MILLIONS of Malaysians have already been helped by the Government’s various poverty alleviation programmes. This is part of the overall economic and government transformation programmes which have and will continue to change our lives – all our lives – for the better.
I BELIEVE in numbers – always have, always will. Properly used and measured they do not lie. And when you rely on them and interpret them correctly, you can separate the wheat from the chaff quite easily.