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Making Trash Cash

Adam Minter, writer and columnist , Bloomberg Opinion

19-Feb-20 07:45

Making Trash Cash

0:06 - AirAsia has come under the spotlight recently, over claims of graft and corruption after Airbus SE admitted bribery across its international business. We discuss the latest revelation that Directors of the AirAsia Group reportedly gave their approval to CEO Tan Sri Tony Fernandes to build the brand through sponsorships, according to news reports.

3:32 - Malaysia has the highest household consumption of plastic packaging per capita at nearly 17kg, highest when compared to China, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. We speak to Adam Minter, writer and columnist with Bloomberg Opinion on how we should tackle our growing plastic waste and what policy measures might actually work.

Produced by: Shazana Mokhtar

Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Julian Ng


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Tags:  AirAsiaplasticplastic wasteplastic bag. WWFpollutioncarbon taxrecycleEPRMalaysiaChinaIndonesiaPhilippinesThailandVietnamAviation, Auto, Transport, LogisticsGovernment/Regulatory/Policy MakingPolitics, News, Current Affairs


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