Gov't debt may rise to RM1 trillion by 2020

comments     Pak Sako     Published     Updated

COMMENT Over the last 15 years, the government's debt has increased at an unprecedented rate.

            

The graph shows statistics for the government's combined domestic and foreign debts from 1991 up to now. Forecasts are provided up to 2017.

The figure shows the government's borrowings from savings of citizens and from foreign creditors.

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