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New policies crafted to improve the government, healthcare, education, housing, welfare, for the benefit of all Malaysians
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What is New?
New policies, initiatives and projects crafted to improve the government, healthcare, education, housing and welfare aid systems for the benefit of all Malaysians. In addition to reforming the existing government institutions and policies, Malaysian look forward to new initiatives by the new government to improve lives for all segments of our society. Some are extensive ambitious initiatives and some equally important small new ideas that impact communities.
New Policies | The Reintroduction of The Sales and Services Tax (SST) |
Posted on September 01, 2018
The Sales and Services Tax (SST) will be reintroduced starting September 1, 2018.Unlike Goods and Services Tax (GST) which a multi-level consumption tax system, SST is a single level tax system. SST is collected by the government at a single point of sale of goods and services from taxable vendors. Taxes are not collected from the retail consumer.
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New Programme | EPF Suri Incentive programme (i-Suri) |
Posted on August 16, 2018
The EPF Suri Incentive programme (i-Suri) is a new initiative by the new Pakatan government to provide a financial safety net in the retirement years to target groups of women from the hardcore poor and bottom lower-income households. | Click to read > |
Programme | eKasih Poverty Databank |
Posted on September 06, 2018
What is eKasih? eKasih is Malaysia’s national poverty database system that was developed by the Implementation Coordination Unit (ICU) under the Prime Minister’s Department in 2008 to collect the relevant data of households living in poverty and also the vulnerable at the bottom income percentile. | Click to read > |
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