Whenever we talk of marginalised groups, many of us tend to think of migrant workers, Orang Asli, refugees, plantation workers and squatters, people with HIV/AIDS. Often, we tend to overlook the fact that many of the senior citizens among us...
So is the bumi share of corporate equity 18.9 per cent? Or 45 per cent?Here's something to think about this weekend.In many ways, the NEP 30 per cent target has become almost sacrosanct. On it hinges much of...
Ever get the feeling that what you read in the newspapers is not really journalism. Well, you wouldn't be far wrong. Much of what passes itself off as journalism today is actually slick public relations disguised as journalism, or...
The real war in our world today is not "the war on terror" but a larger, more critical struggle for the soul of our world. A monumental battle is taking place between those who want to ram through neo-liberal economic...
When I attended the Annual Meetings of the Boards of Governors of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund in Singapore, one thing I quickly realised was how even language - the common everyday words we are familiar...
When people think of the World Bank, the image they often see in their minds is one of a global financial institution that provides loans to developing nations to raise their standard of living. That is basically the picture...

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