Below are the highlights of the Mid-Term Review of the 11th Malaysia Plan (2016-2020) Report, which is being tabled in Parliament today:
Fiscal and governance reforms will affect economic growth but manageable
The new government’s fiscal and governance reforms starting mid-2018 will have an impact on economic growth but is anticipated to be short-lived and manageable.
“The short-term growth trade-off is necessary to further strengthen the economy in ensuring more meaningful economic growth for the rakyat”.
There’s something fitting about an Elon Musk business accepting Bitcoin, because, you know, they’re about as stable as each other. I’m here all week. That’s right, you can now buy the Boring Company’s Not A Flamethrower (from here on out, referred to as just a flamethrower) with not only Bitcoin, but a range of other cryptocurrencies. Specifically, Ethereum, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash. The website was recently updated to allow this and it has the cryptocurrencies listed alongside more traditional payment methods. The flamethrowers are retailing for $500, a lower figure than the pre-sale price of $600. At the time of… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Bitcoin