Netizens hurl brickbats against finance minister over loan moratorium announcement

Modified 1 May 2020, 4:50 am

Netizens on Twitter have been using the hashtag #BankerJagaBanker to protest against Bank Negara Malaysia's announcement yesterday on the latest change in procedure for the six-month loan moratorium for hire-purchase (HP) agreements and fixed-rate Islamic financing repayments.

Bank Negara had said yesterday that additional documentation would be required to defer HP and fixed-rate Islamic financing repayments. This comes after its March 25 announcement that there would be an “automatic” moratoria on all loan and financing repayments...

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