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Updated on September 16, 2018

The second independence for Malaysia 

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New Govt Milestone - PH's First 100-Days Journey | 

Posted on August 18, 2018

Our historical Malaysia's 14th General Election marks the birth of the New Malaysia.  Malaysians decided to vote for change, institutional and structural reforms to set the country on the correct path to becoming a better country.

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Living in the New Malaysia

The institutional reforms and reviews of mega-projects are some of the tall order changes demanded of the new government. But there are also small, but significant changes such as lower cost of living and better employment opportunities that are most relevant to improve the daily lives of Malaysians.  Fuel prices, the strength of the Ringgit and wages are fundamental determinants of the level of cost of living.  With the new Sales and Services Tax, a new fuel pricing mechanism and higher minimum wage, will Malaysians be burdened with the higher cost of living in comparison to pre-PH government rule?  Follow the developments of these factors that impact the cost of living in the New Malaysia.


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