Malaysian Families Are Shrinking
Dr Shankaran Nambiar, Head of Research, Malaysian Institute of Economic Research (MIER)
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According to the national census, the average size of Malaysian families has shrunk from 4.2 per household in 2010 to 3.8 per household in 2020. We find out why and what it means for us all.
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Categories: personal development, markets, family
Tags: evening edition, family, state of households 2 report, fertility rates, economy,