Structural reforms needed to tackle economic issue
Sharina Ahmad | 19 Apr 2019 00:30
Before the General Election (GE14) last year, Pakatan Harapan had promised key institutional reforms in its election manifesto, involving placing various government bodies and institutions on the right track.

However, due to the current economic headwinds globally and locally, pressure is mounting for a faster pace of institutional reforms.

Harvard Club Malaysia president Tan Sri Lin See Yan says the government needs to urgently focus on serious structural reforms.

“I don't think the economy is as strong as it is supposed to be, as some people say it is. The economy is weakening and we need serious structural reforms,” he tells FocusM

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