MOF Invites Public To Share Feedback, Input On Country’s Economic Growth
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The Ministry of Finance (MOF) has invited the public to share their feedback and input on ways to grow the country’s economy, enabling them to play an active role in shaping Malaysia’s economic health.

Members of the public will be able to share their thoughts on multiple issues, including the economy, the ongoing subsidies, and social protection. MOF also stressed that the views shared represent important touchpoints for the government in formulating key policies and priorities that will steer Malaysia’s economy forward.

“These [views] will be articulated in the upcoming Industrial MasterPlan (August 2023), 12th Malaysia Plan Mid-Term Review (September 2023), and Belanjawan 2024 (October 2023),” MOF further noted in its statement.

Those who are interested in providing their feedback to MOF can do so by accessing the Suarakan Pendapat Anda (Voice Your Views) online feedback channel found on the official MOF website.

(Source: Ministry of Finance)

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