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Household Debts against Disposable Income

Malaysia’s household debt to disposable income at 140% is among the highest in the word!

The biggest portion are for housing loans followed by passenger car loans, personal use, securities purchase, and credit cards.

What can we do to reduce our household debts?
– Increase pay?
– Reduce house price (speculations?)
– Reduce car taxation?
– Price of goods?
– Free market or controlled market?

Household Debt to Disposable Income 2

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