Covid-19: EAC wants public feedback to formulate economic measures


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  • Sunday, 22 Mar 2020

PUTRAJAYA: The government has set up a special platform for the public to give feedback and views so that measures can be put in place to stablise the economy amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed (pic) said feedback from the public would be studied in detail and would be used as input at the weekly Economic Action Council (EAC) meeting.

Effective Sunday (March 22), the people as well as the private sector are invited to share their views with the EAC secretariat through www.mea.gov.my/ms/ekonomikita.

“This dedicated platform is set up as a result of the first EAC meeting held on March 16, and we welcome everyone to give us feedback so that measures can be taken to strengthen the economy, ” he said on Sunday (March 22).

The government set up the EAC, chaired by the Prime Minister, to ensure sustainable domestic economic growth and boost investors' confidence.

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