Maintaining Malaysian Credibility
World Economy

Maintaining Malaysian Credibility

Malaysia’s former international trade and industry minister,  Rafidah Aziz, has called on the people to unite and work together towards ensuring that the country casts a bright light on the global economic radar screen, Bernama reported. She said the country has come thus far upon its journey as a developing nation, hence maintaining great credibility and integrity was crucial going forward. “We’d planned to become a developed nation by 2020, (but) we have issues that (still) have to be resolved. We came from a state of very low development. We’ve advanced so far. Let’s not spoil this by having extraneous matters creep in,” she said.


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