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Budget 2013 Guide #6: How can we raise household incomes?

It’s federal government Budget time again! Our Prime Minister tabled Budget 2013 on 28 September. REFSA continues its series of vibrant and easy-to-digest infographics to illuminate fiscal choices and crucial decisions made on our behalf.

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Sources:

[1] Teh Chi-Chang, UMNO-nomics: The Dark Side of the Budget (Research for Social Advancement (REFSA), 2012), Pg 42.

[2] Making a case for minimum wage. Available at http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2011/5/22/sarawak/8732933&sec=sarawak Retrieved on 24 September 2012.

[3] Full calculations available at Page 7 of Let’s Make Growth Inclusive – Reduce supply of cheap labour.  Available at http://refsa.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/PreBudget-2012-No-4-REFSA-20110923-final.pdf Retrieved 24 September 2012.

[4] Pre-Budget 2013 Guide #5: Raise Dignity, Slash Subsidies. Available at http://refsa.org/focus-papers/infographics/pre-budget-2013-guide-5-raise-dignity-slash-subsidies/ Retrieved 27 September 2012.

[5] BR1M payout for second time, extended to single unmarried individuals. Available at http://www.nst.com.my/latest/br1m-payout-for-second-time-extended-to-single-unmarried-individuals-1.149668 Retrieved 30 September 2012.

[6] 77% of our workforce have only SPM-level education, or lower.  Available at http://refsa.org/relevant-number/77-of-our-workforce-have-only-spm-level-education-or-lower/ Retrieved 24 September 2012.

[7] Teh Chi-Chang, UMNO-nomics: The Dark Side of the Budget (Research for Social Advancement (REFSA), 2012), Pg 44.

[8] Teh Chi-Chang, UMNO-nomics: The Dark Side of the Budget (Research for Social Advancement (REFSA), 2012), Pg 45.

[9] Teh Chi-Chang, UMNO-nomics: The Dark Side of the Budget (Research for Social Advancement (REFSA), 2012), Pg 57.

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