Economic resilience plan


PETALING JAYA: The medium- to long-term economic recovery plan, slated to be presented in October, will pave the way for Corporate Malaysia to withstand headwinds, ensure sustainable economic growth and boost investor confidence, economists said.

The move, they said, is timely in view of the headwinds and uncertainties compounded by the Covid-19 pandemic, geopolitical tensions, disruptions from Industrial Revolution 4.0, etc, which would over time derail economic growth.

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