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The Figures You Need To Know - Malaysia in Numbers @ 13 Jan 2023

  • Sick of traffic jams? It won’t get any better – RHB Investment Bank Bhd forecasts the automotive industry to sell 600,000 units of cars in 2023.

  • The Economics Ministry 🤝 Chief Statistician. The average production cost of an egg at the farm in Malaysia is RM0.48 in September 2022, according to the Department of Statistics. The selling price has a ceiling price of RM0.39. Why would any producer sell eggs at a loss? We’re also at a loss for words.

  • There are as many as 381 “sick” private housing projects, comprising 69,179 housing units involving 28,530 buyers (interestingly, that’s an average of 2.42 houses per buyer) in Malaysia currently.

  • Former Kangar MP revealed that the government spends RM100 mil and RM150 mil of your money ANNUALLY to pay the pensions of former Cabinet members, including ministers, deputy ministers and parliament secretaries.

  • Cagamas Bhd raised RM24.9 billion in 2022, 30% higher than a year ago and the highest since 1999. Since its incorporation in 1986, it has cumulatively issued RM391 bil in financing.

  • MACC investigating alleged misappropriation of RM92.5 bil stimulus packages. It represents 10% of those that have already started and are in the early stages of progress.