Q&A: Corruption has increased, laments Ku Li

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In this final of a three-part interview, Umno veteran Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, who is former finance minister, talks at length about the problems confronting our economy.

Malaysiakini: What's your take on the economy?

Razaleigh: Politically, the country is very stable. Nothing untoward is happening - the (general) election was nearly three years ago, the next one will only come about in two years' time. Umno has not much to talk about (nor is there) any tussle within Umno. Everybody is more concern about the economic situation in the country although the Ninth Malaysia Plan has been announced. But people in the marketplace are restless because there is really nothing happening.

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