‘EFT incentive will help protect forests’


ALOR SETAR: The RM70mil Ecological Fiscal Transfer (EFT) incentive for state governments announced in Budget 2021 means states will be able to strengthen efforts to ensure the sustainability of forest resources.

Kedah Timber Association (KTA) chairman Amin Mokhtar said the EFT incentive could spur more people to look at forests in a more holistic way.

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