PARLIAMENT | Of RM87.5b in new loans, RM46.3b used to repay long-term debts that had reached maturity.
QUESTION TIME | There are several moves that can be taken, and with proper management, the task won’t be that tough.
PARLIAMENT | This is on whether PNB assets will be disposed to help trim the national debt.
UPDATED 1.10PM | Time period includes settling RM35 billion in outstanding GST refunds and unpaid income tax refunds, he adds.
The collection is the staff's show of patriotism in conjunction with the upcoming National Day.
COMMENT | Does Kuala Lumpur need yet another skyscraper in the face of towering national debt?
QUESTION TIME | They promised too much in too short a time.
Minister's 'confusing' remarks about the RM1 trillion debt are causing the country losses, says party.
The ex-PM, however, does not respond to what the ratings agency has to say about gov't guarantees and 1MDB.
COMMENT | The pro-debt groups’ argument that a large national debt is acceptable, makes no sense at all.
COMMENT | The markets will settle because M’sia is no longer cooking the books.
Once they have resolved it, we can take over, says Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah.
MP SPEAKS | Najib is in denial over the true levels of gov't debt hidden by creative accounting.
The first aim is to ensure Malaysia can service its debts and reduce the principal amounts borrowed.
Wanita MCA says it differs from the figure touted by Bank Negara.
The Umno youth deputy asks whether this a 'political blame game tactic' to shield the new government.
The Najib administration had said it was RM700 million.
Putrajaya's debt has avoided breaching its self-imposed limit, according to Finance Ministry.
MP SPEAKS | The PM made clear that if not for the GST, the gov't would be dysfunctional.
These figures, such as 1MDB's debts, will help us plan ahead, as future generations have to service this debt.
According to the Finance Ministry, the federal government’s latest sovereign national debt amount for the year ending Dec 31, 2015 is at a staggering at RM630.5 billion, which stands at 54.5 percent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP).