Budget 2023 lays the foundations for fiscal reforms, starting with the shift to targeted subsidies. This must be complemented by sustainable revenue sources to reduce dependence on volatile commodity-related incomes and one-off tax revenues as seen in 2022.
THE rising cost of food and agricultural products globally has prompted the government to focus on food security and the development of the agricultural industry.
Dr Sean Seah, Chairman of PIKOM, the National Tech Association of Malaysia, said, “For the tech industry to strive as the enabler for digital growth, there is an absolute need to ensure the workforce is capable of meeting industry skills and changing job demands.”
THERE is no shortage of measures to support measures in Budget 2023 that was tabled in the Dewan Rakyat on Friday. SunBiz summarises the key takeaways.
PETALING JAYA: PIKOM, the National Tech Association of Malaysia commends the Government for presenting a budget that included efforts in talent development, entrepreneurship growth and strengthening the digital space.