30 May '18, 7am

That RM1 trillion debt - more details, closer analysis necessary

RM40bn debt arising from student loans? Is all this debt really irrecoverable? RM6bn debt from the second bridge. What about future toll collections from the second bridge? (This is another reason why the toll on the first Penang Bridge cannot be abolished; otherwise, who will use the second bridge) We need clarification on the Danainfra debt of RM42bn. RM13bn water management firm debt – is this not backed by water assets and long-term lease payments receivable from state water operators? RM12bn public sector housing and RM4bn PR1MA – are there no assets to back up this debt? Totally bad?

Full article: http://anilnetto.com/economy/that-rm1-trillion-debt-more-...

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