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Flaws in Malaysia's policies to address Income Inequality?

Christopher Choong, Deputy Director of Research, Khazanah Research Institute

21-Jan-20 07:45

Flaws in Malaysia's policies to address Income Inequality?

Under the Shared Prosperity Vision 2030, the government has made increasing labour income share one of the benchmarks to tackle inequality

by increasing compensation of employees from 35% to 48% of GDP. However Christopher Choong, Deputy Director of Research at Khazanah Research Institute says that this might be the wrong approach in tackling income inequality as it may create jobs but the wrong kind.


Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Lyn Mak


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