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The Resistance of the Urban Poor in Selangor, Malaysia to Get Out of the Shackles of Poverty
International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences
The income of households in Malaysia is classified into three groups namely the top 20 percent (T20), middle 40 percent (M40), and bottom 40 percent (B40). The B40 group refers to households earning less than RM 4,850 per month making it the lowest households class in Malaysia. This group is incapable to accommodate the cost of living especially in urban areas as their monthly income is insufficient to make ends meet. This research examines the challenges faced by the B40 group to elevate theirdoi:10.6007/ijarbss/v10-i9/7837 fatcat:7co4pg2wyfbilakawsgzi7p5ca