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Hutang Negara Malaysia Lebih RM696 Bilion

26-11-2021 10:54 AM| Diterbitkan: CARI-MRO| Dilihat: 1850| Komen: 69

Description: Menurut sumber Data Kerajaan Malaysia, melalui laman web Malaysia Debt Clock, jumlah hutang negara Malaysia adalah berjumlah RM696,888,800,000.
Menurut sumber Data Kerajaan Malaysia, melalui laman web Malaysia Debt Clock, jumlah hutang negara Malaysia adalah berjumlah RM696,888,800,000.


Faedah setiap tahun berjumlah RM26,234,831,919, faedah setiap saat berjumlah RM832, dan hutang setiap warganegara adalah RM21750.



Fun fact: Anda boleh beli 75193 buah Lamborghini Veneno untuk jumlah tersebut.



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Quote Normabaru 26-11-2021 11:27 AM
laaa apesal xmasuk pati dgn tenaga buruh asing?

dorg pon part of msia what
Quote CiliPadiSedap 26-11-2021 11:33 AM
time bayar hutang negara malaysia friska tak nak masuk list. time berlaki sibuk jadi madu jusa c minus . dasar indon caprut perampas suami orang. dah duduk malaysia bayarlah hutang malaysia dengan bayar cukai, hormati rumah tangga rakyat malaysia jangan rosakkan rumah tangga orang malaysia.

Quote CiliPadiSedap 26-11-2021 11:36 AM
kadang geram juga dengan ganjaran bekas pm rm 100 juta tak malu sungguh. malaysia makin mundur , pelabur asing lari.

sekarang ni tengah viral kes pekerja asing ngadu kat luar negara mereka ditindas. syarikat amerika tamatkan kontrak.

Quote CiliPadiSedap 26-11-2021 11:37 AM
interest rate 5%.

kalau ekonomi sesebuah negara baik fdi baik adakah interest rate boleh diturunkan? kalau boleh turunkan why not fokus dua isu jadi satu

kill one bird with two stone.
Quote tripleid 26-11-2021 11:51 AM
Edited by tripleid at 26-11-2021 04:43 PM

Rindu zaman BN..sampai ke cucu cicit kena tanggung hutang





Increase in Malaysia’s government debt ceiling a necessary move, say analysts
Amir Imran Husain Safri
09- 01- 2020 10:36 PM


PETALING JAYA: The increase in Malaysia’s government debt ceiling to 60% of the gross domestic product (GDP) is seen as a necessary measure for the country’s economy to ride out the Covid-19 pandemic-induced downturn, according to analysts.

Inter-Pacific Securities head of research Victor Wan opined that the increase in the statutory debt ceiling by 5 percentage points, which translates into an estimated RM72.37 billion, is done out of necessity as the country needs stimulus to fund infrastructure projects and pump prime the economy.

“However, there is a need for the government to strike a balance between its financial standings or sovereign ratings and its needs for funds, as a downgrade in rating would raise its borrowing cost,” he told SunBiz.

In regard to Malaysia’s debt-raising ability, Wan related that consensus expects Malaysia to remain in FTSE Russel’s World Government Bond Index following its annual review this month, which would staunch further outflows from the country.

Moving forward, he cautioned that Malaysia’s tax receipt is expected to remain weak unless it reintroduces the broad-based goods and services tax, although there is some room for expansion in the tax receipt with the inclusion of online service providers to the sales and service tax regime, earlier this year.

In July, Finance Minister Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Abdul Aziz said government debt, including guarantees and other contingent liabilities, amounted to RM1.2 trillion (82.9% of GDP as of Q2’20) and RM854 billion (59% of GDP) excluding those two items.

However, MIDF Research’s economist Abdul Mui’zz Morhalim pointed out that the sharp increase in the debt-to-GDP ratio was not solely a result of increased government borrowing, but was also contributed by the large contraction in growth.

He said Malaysia’s growth figure is expected to recover in the third quarter of this year, as more businesses are allowed to reopen, which will be a positive development for the government’s fiscal position.

“Based on our calculation, a 3.5% growth in GDP could reduce the ratio of government’s debt to GDP by approximately 2 percentage points. Given recent signs of economic recovery and improving growth momentum, we do not foresee constraint to the government’s fiscal spending from the high debt position,” said Abdul Mui’zz.

Furthermore, he pointed out that an immediate cash payment of US$2.5 billion (RM10.36 billion) that was agreed as part of the US$3.9 billion (RM16.16 billion) settlement with Goldman Sachs over mishandling of bonds issued by 1MDB in 2012 and 2013, will directly improve revenue and free up more fiscal space for the government.

In the medium to long run, he said, the fiscal sustainability must be improved to allow greater fiscal space for the government to support the economy if necessary.

Abdul Mui’zz stressed that such spending plans need to be geared towards areas with high multiplier effect, such as education, technology and improved connectivity, and at the same time the government needs to explore any initiatives that may improve fiscal revenue, such as taxation on digital services and online trading.

Meanwhile, Sunway University Business School Professor of Economics Yeah Kim Leng believes that the worst is over, as local transmission of the Covid-19 has troughed, but external demand remains constrained as the pandemic infection is still rising worldwide.

Given Malaysia is an export-oriented economy, he said, the recovery projected to be gradual at a slower-than-expected pace as there is a demand deficit in the global economy.

For the future, Yeah called for a greater push in intra-Asean trade, given a potential decoupling of the US-China economy, with the world’s largest two economic powers entangled in a political, trade and technology tussle as well as the uncertainty over the US presidential elections in November.

“Malaysia has the opportunity to attract US firms that want to diversify out of China, although it should not place all its eggs in one basket and continue to foster a greater intra-Asean trade as well,” he said.



Quote rashiman 26-11-2021 12:03 PM
hari tu, siapa yg kata RM1trillion.....
Quote Decaffeinated 26-11-2021 12:12 PM
Fun fact: Anda boleh beli 75193 buah Lamborghini Veneno untuk jumlah tersebut.


fun fact bodoh. how many people can relate to that?

Quote rashiman 26-11-2021 12:21 PM
jiran kita singapore yg dikatakan negara maju, lagi hebat..

hutangnya RM5.5 Trillion atau RM5,500 billion ,jika penduduknya katakan 4 juta
jadi hutang setiap warganegaranya rm1.37juta.

berapa pulak Lamborghini veneno boleh dapat...


Quote Thunderclouds 26-11-2021 12:26 PM
Syukur laaaaa malaysia maseh aman
Quote keane.somewhere 26-11-2021 12:29 PM
rashiman replied at 26-11-2021 12:21 PM
jiran kita singapore yg dikatakan negara maju, lagi hebat..

hutangnya RM5.5 Trillion atau RM5,500 b ...

Tak boleh la nak samakan dengan Singapore....Singapore tu tamadun tinggi ....Melayu cam korang kampung.com

Quote rashiman 26-11-2021 12:38 PM
Edited by rashiman at 26-11-2021 12:39 PM
keane.somewhere replied at 26-11-2021 12:29 PM
Tak boleh la nak samakan dengan Singapore....Singapore tu tamadun tinggi ....Melayu cam korang kam ...

jadi jika Malaysia nak bertamadun tinggi macam Singapore, nak berhutang pun kena tinggi macam Singapore....

katanya....Singapore sanggup berhutang untuk nak menaikkan nilai SGD nya.
Quote keane.somewhere 26-11-2021 01:15 PM
rashiman replied at 26-11-2021 12:38 PM
jadi jika Malaysia nak bertamadun tinggi macam Singapore, nak berhutang pun kena tinggi macam Singa ...

Singapore tu dah level mampu untuk hutang...macam korang ni level negara marhean je...kena la ukur baju badan sendiri jgn ikut tekak je.
Quote kakikuDibibirmu 26-11-2021 01:25 PM
Hutang 1 Trillion ringgek tersenyum sinis
Quote kemaruk 26-11-2021 01:34 PM
fitnah 1 trilion gagal lagi

sian yang termakan fitnah

pegi mintak maaf dekat najib

yang bertekak dengan bangkem pon tamai dalam forum ni pasal hutang 1 trilion tu

hahahaha terbukti korang kaki fitnah dan bodoh
Quote kemaruk 26-11-2021 01:35 PM
keane.somewhere replied at 26-11-2021 12:29 PM
Tak boleh la nak samakan dengan Singapore....Singapore tu tamadun tinggi ....Melayu cam korang kam ...

kampung2 pon ko menumpang jugak kat sini

nape tak balik negara ko sendiri je
Quote kelapaparut 26-11-2021 01:38 PM
sbb tu iols rase gst adalah yg terbaik, even saudi dgn uae pun buat gst, bile ade gst bolehla nak byr hutang, nak teruskan pembangunan
Quote True-X 26-11-2021 01:58 PM
aikk... bukan air tuh 1 TRILLION,,,,,, kira hutang negara dah turun laaa kan... uols patut bersyukurrrrrrr
Quote True-X 26-11-2021 01:59 PM
rashiman replied at 26-11-2021 12:03 PM
hari tu, siapa yg kata RM1trillion.....

puak2 yg terminum kencing tuh.... masih lagi nak salahkan najib kt benang ni.... hahahaha
Quote rashiman 26-11-2021 02:01 PM
Edited by rashiman at 26-11-2021 04:39 PM
keane.somewhere replied at 26-11-2021 01:15 PM
Singapore tu dah level mampu untuk hutang...macam korang ni level negara marhean je...kena la ukur ...

Agaknya Msia dah ukur baju dibadan sendiri sebab itulah Msia tak berhutang setinggi gila mcm Singapore , dan tidak berhabis duit utk nak menaikkan nilai rm.

Malaysia pun skrg tak kenakan GST keatas rakyatnya mcm Singapore yg katanya 7% rakyatnya kena tanggung. Itu kerajaan PH punya ekonomilah, tak memerlukan GST.

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