My Sinchew/ Opinion

Lesson from Proton's failure

The automobile industry can only be supported by a considerable market which Malaysia lacks, not to mention our deficient industrial infrastructure and technology


Housing the nation

The government should put all subsidized housing projects under the jurisdiction of the housing and local government ministry and make it easier for people to secure housing loans.


The Umno-PAS counter-offensive

It is too naive for Umno leaders to think that they can make a strong comeback by exploiting racial and religious issues.


A price too heavy

As a small country we can hardly bear the cost of so many gargantuan projects.


Economic considerations in scrapping HSR project

While scrapping the project helps contain near-term fiscal expenditure, it denies the country of mid- to long-term economic-lifting potentials.


Luckily we had a new government

Luckily we had a new government after the May 9 general elections. If BN were to continue running this country, more unimaginable things could pop up.


Reconsidering rail projects

The new government should consider the pros of these rail projects before making any decision.


The dreadful national debt

These figures should have been highlighted to the public before, and we were somewhat misled into believing that our debt was lower.


Time to free up the press

Independent press must be free from intervention from governments or other political or economic factors.


Cleaning up the national institution

Such irregularities must be maximally controlled from the very root of the power structure by reining in the inordinate expansion of executive powers.


 

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