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MCA: Setting up of NEAC in right direction but private sector reps missing from line-up

KUALA LUMPUR: The setting up of the National Economic Action Council (NEAC) is in the right direction, says MCA deputy president Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon (pic).


Council to drive economy forward

PETALING JAYA: The Prime Minister and his key economic and finance ministers feature in a 16-strong committee that will form the Economic Action Council.


Cryptocurrency dangers

THE news this week about Canadian digital asset exchange Quadriga CX highlights the pitfalls of investing in cryptocurrencies.


NEAC urged to ‘expand safety net’

PETALING JAYA: The proposed new body, dubbed National Economic Action Council (NEAC) 2.0, should look into expanding social safety net programmes for the middle income group (M40), said social activist Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.


New NEAC should include M40 in social safety net, says Lee Lam Thye

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The new National Economic Action Council (NEAC) must have a clearer agenda for the country's economic directions apart from expanding the social safety net to cover more Malaysians and not just those in the low-income (B40) group.


NEAC: Get the foundations right first



NCCIM hails plans for new council to boost economy

PETALING JAYA: It is an aye from the National Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (NCCIM) for the government’s plan to have a new set-up to chart a clearer direction for the Malaysian economy.


‘Members must be free from outside control’

PETALING JAYA: The proposed economic body said to be similar to the National Economic Action Council (NEAC) set up in 1998 must be impartial and independent to be effective, experts say.


Public backs PM’s proposal

PETALING JAYA: Amidst the backdrop of a weakening economy, a proposal by the Prime Minister to set up a body similar to the previous National Economic Action Council (NEAC) has drawn public support.


Don: We must be creative to face economic storm head-on

PETALING JAYA: The global economic slowdown, coupled with the devalued ringgit and the US-China trade war, are among factors that showed the need for a special body to deal with such challenges and to cushion the impact of any uncertainty, say economic professors.