‘Shared Prosperity’ – How different a vision?

Sharaad Kuttan of Astro Awani speaks to political economist Prof Terence Gomez and think tank The Centre CEO Idlan Zakaria on how this vision compares with the New Economic Policy.

Does this new vision move away from race-based policies to a needs-based framework?

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Cee Tee
10 Oct 2019 9.38am

Msia has a SHONKY PM. A denying pendatang from Kerala.

Loganathan Jambunadan
9 Oct 2019 3.29pm

Nothing materialise 2020 and now 2030.

Kam Chee Ng
9 Oct 2019 11.06am

Those who work harder should deserve their reward.Can you ask your family members to share their wealth with those lazy people?You say first