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The Pragmatism of Punitive Policies

The Morning Run Crew

25-Apr-17 08:47

The Pragmatism of Punitive Policies

The Morning Run crew gives you their take on today's business headlines:

0:12 - New Agong calls for unity in improving Malaysia's economy

3:55 - 1MDB, IPIC reach partial settlement in dispute

6:22 - Illegal cigarettes: can people be taxed out of the habit?


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Tags:  unitypolicyglobal forcesunemploymentunder-employmentcorruption1MDBarbitrationillegal cigarettecigarette consumptionrising costAgongeconomyMalaysianconstitution monarchyMYReconomic revivalSultan of KelantanSultan Muhammad V


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