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Putrajaya mulling ways to cut down growing pension bill | The Malaysian Insight

Putrajaya mulling ways to cut down growing pension bill

22.10.2019

Putrajaya mulling ways to cut down growing pension bill

The government has forked out RM23.87 billion last year for pension benefits.

Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad has assured that the civil service will continue to receive pension benefits stipulated by law despite its hefty bill. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Kamal Ariffin, October 22, 2019.

He said whatever decision the government makes, it will not leave civil service retirees at the losing end.

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