National Debt, Covid-19, Wong Chen

National Debt, Covid-19

Covid-19 spending could break national debt ceiling, says MP | The Malaysian Insight

Covid-19 spending could break national debt ceiling, says MP

9/4/2020 10:11:00 AM

Covid-19 spending could break national debt ceiling, says MP

Like some other countries, Malaysia will spend 10% of its GDP to mitigate the effects of the coronavirus outbreak.

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