One year at Miti: A journey to elevate M’sia’s economy

We have been proactively leveraging on the reshoring of global supply chains, and courting investments in higher-value front-end semiconductor output.

A year ago, I was given the honour to serve as Investment, Trade and Industry Minister (Miti) in the unity government led by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. I believe we hit the ground running, and one year hence, it is good to reflect on how far we have come, and what we can do better in 2024.

What really matters is disciplined execution

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