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Budget 2016 - ‘Crumbs for the Poor’

Dr Michael Jeyakumar | Yin Shao Loong

26-Oct-15 08:35

Budget 2016 - ‘Crumbs for the Poor’

We continue with our discussion of Budget 2016 taking into account social inclusion issues, benefits to the Borneo states, solving poverty when leakages are significant and the prevailing ‘neo-liberal’ assumptions underscoring the Administration’s approach to budgeting and social policy.



This report is by Sharaad Kuttan.


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