Pro-rich policies, a regressive taxation system and an ageing population are among the factors that will make life tougher for Malaysians. Economist Dr Muhammed Abdul Khalid believes that by 2050, more Malaysians will be older, poorer, sicker, childless and homeless.
He talks to Charlotte Chong about Malaysia’s gloomy outlook, and how we can avoid this fate.
Source: Talking Edge
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