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Shared Prosperity Vision: A summary of what you need to know

Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad launched today the Pakatan Harapan (PH) government’s roadmap for Malaysia to progress as a nation towards becoming a real Asian tiger once more within a span of just 10 years.|Read more >|Malaymail

WKB2030 continues effort to achieve 30% Bumiputera equity ownership target: Azmin

The Shared Prosperity Vision (WKB2030) will continue with efforts to achieve the 30% Bumiputera equity ownership target but needed participation from the country’s corporate sector for it to become a reality, Economic Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali said.|Read more >|SunDaily

Development in Sabah and Sarawak will not affect NCR land

The government will ensure any development taking place in Sabah and Sarawak will not violate native customary rights (NCR) land there.|Read more >|SunDaily

Dr M says government to refine tax system

The government is looking to refine the current tax system to be more efficient without burdening taxpayers, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said after launching the Shared Prosperity Vision (SPV) 2030 today.|Read more >|Malaymail

Shared Prosperity Vision a two-way street, says Dr M

Malaysia’s new vision for equitable wealth can only be achieved if Malaysians co-operate with the government, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said after launching the Shared Prosperity Vision (SPV) 2030 here today.|Read more >|Malaymail

Govt targets RM3.4 trillion GDP by 2030, says Dr M

The government is targeting a gross domestic product of RM3.4 trillion by 2030 with an average annual growth rate of 4.7 per cent over 10 years through the Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 (WKB2030).|Read more >|NST

Vision 2020 not achieved, to be replaced with Shared Prosperity Vision 2030

The concept of Vision 2020, which would have had Malaysia become a developed nation, was not achieved, according to Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.|Read more >|SunDaily

Dr M says SPV 2030 has legal measures to check cronyism where Vision 2020 failed

Unlike Vision 2020, the new blueprint to a wealthier Malaysia by 2030 will be better able to arrest corruption that has impeded the country’s growth the past 15 years, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today.|Read more >|Malaymail

PM launches Shared Prosperity Vision 2030, says will hit the ground running

The government intends to hit the ground running with its Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 and will not hesitate to amputate the cancerous limbs of corruption and abuse of power which hindered past visions, says Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.|Read more >|TheStar

Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 to propel nation forward: Mahathir

The Shared Prosperity Vision, launched today and scheduled to run from 2021 to 2030, will propel the nation forward and result in a country that exemplifies competition, integrity and dignity.|Read more >|SunDaily

Don't only help your own race, make SPV 2030 a success, PM tells private sector

The private sector is also to be blamed for Malaysian prosperity not being shared justly and fairly, says Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.|Read more >|TheStar

SPV 2030: High value workers, SMI dominance to build nation’s economic resilience

The creation of high-value employment, the reduction of low skilled labour and an increase in automation are among efforts to be taken to achieve the guiding principles of the Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 (WKB2030).|Read more >|Malaymail

WKB2030: Enhancing SMEs through rationalisation of capital financing institutions

Rationalising capital financing institutions to enable the small and medium enterprises’ (SMEs) participation in new economic sectors is among the proposals under the Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 (WKB2030) launched today.|Read more >|NST

Income gap between T20 & B40 widened to RM10,000 in 2016: Mahathir

The income gap between the top 20% (T20) and the bottom 40% (B40) of the household income groups has widened from RM2,000 in 1990 to over RM10,000 in 2016.|Read more >|SunDaily

Dr M: Govt may introduce new taxes but won't burden rakyat

The government is looking to improve the current taxation system to ensure better efficiency, says Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.|Read more >|TheStar

Dr M launches Shared Prosperity Vision, new roadmap to make Malaysia roar by 2030

In a glittering ceremony, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad launched today the Pakatan Harapan (PH) government’s roadmap for Malaysia to progress as a nation towards becoming a real Asian tiger once more within a span of just 10 years.|Read more >|Malaymail

WBK2030: Economic Affairs Ministry proposes tax base expansion, govt spending management

Expanding the tax base and strengthening the government’s spending management are among proposals under fiscal reform necessary to lay a stronger foundation for more sustainable and inclusive growth.|Read more >|NST

 

Countering subversive elements among measures taken to preserve sovereignty

Countering subversive elements capable of jeopardising the nation’s identity are among the measures taken to preserve Malaysia’s sovereignty.|Read more >|SunDaily

Govt launches Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 to 'turbo-charge' economy

Malaysia’s Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 (SPV 2030) blueprint will provide the “turbo charge” needed to boost the country’s economic development, says Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali.|Read more >|TheStar

Shared Prosperity Vision: Target groups and bridging regions

In its Shared Prosperity Vision (SPV) roadmap to create a decent living standard for all Malaysians by 2030, the Pakatan Harapan government has identified nine priority groups for social-economic aid.|Read more >|Malaymail

Muhyiddin: WKB2030 to ensure competitive, rapid economic growth

Strategies and initiatives outlined under the Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 (WKB2030) can further hasten Malaysia’s economic growth and bolster the country’s competitiveness.|Read more >|NST

Ministers bank on young Malaysians to drive Shared Prosperity Vision forward

The government is investing solidly in its youth to transform its Shared Prosperity Vision (SPV) 2030, the blueprint for Malaysians to progress all a whole and become rich together.|Read more >|Malaymail

SPV 2030: Implementing big data key in realising digital economy aspirations

The nation still faces challenges in implementing big data strategies as a result of fast-changing technology in the development of digital infrastructure, including data centres, according to the Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 (WKB2030) document.|Read more >|Malaymail

Shared Prosperity Vision: Expanding tax base, enhancing govt spending management vital for sustainable growth

Expanding the tax base and strengthening the government’s spending management are among proposals under fiscal reform necessary to lay a stronger foundation for more sustainable and inclusive growth.|Read more >|Malaymail

SPV 2030: Rationalisation of capital financing institutions proposed to enhance SME activities

Rationalising capital financing institutions to enable the small and medium enterprises’ (SMEs) participation in new economic sectors and activities is among the proposals under the Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 (WKB2030) launched today.|Read more >|Malaymail

Shared Prosperity Vision to raise Bumiputera’s participation in high-value contracts

Various initiatives will be implemented to increase Bumiputera’s participation in government procurement, particularly in high-value and high-impact contracts.|Read more >|Malaymail

Shared Prosperity Vision takes into account the socioeconomic structure of past decade

The Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 (WKB2030) was formulated based on the country’s current economic needs and wants by taking into account the socioeconomic structure in the last decade.|Read more >|Malaymail

Malaysia needs clear policy to adapt to future economy, says SPV 2030 book

Malaysia needs a clear policy to raise awareness, adaptation and dominance of the future economy through exploration in new areas such as digital economy, automation, financial technology and artificial intelligence.|Read more >|Malaymail

SPV 2030: Countering subversive elements among measures taken to preserve sovereignty

Countering subversive elements capable of jeopardising the nation’s identity are among the measures taken to preserve Malaysia’s sovereignty.|Read more >|Malaymail

High income youth, career women among focal points in Shared Prosperity Vision 2030

Among the main issues involving youths as the nation’s future primary movers is the creation of high-income employment opportunities on par with their respective qualifications, skills and talents.|Read more >|Malaymail

SPV 2030 lists 14 proposed strategies in restructuring of business and industry ecosystem

The restructuring of the business and industrial ecosystems is one of the seven strategic pillars contained in a book, Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 (WKB2030) published by the Ministry of Economic Affairs which outlined 14 proposed strategies to achieve advanced nation status.|Read more >|Malaymail

Oct 04, 2019 

WKB2030 to unleash new injections towards high-income economy: Azmin

The Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 (WKB2030) will unleash new injections to steer the country into a high-income economy, strengthen the people’s purchasing power, and bridge the income and development gap between classes, races and regions, Economic Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali said.|Read more >|SunDaily

Ahead of launch, Azmin says Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 ‘a new dawn’ for Malaysia

The Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 (SPV2030) due for launch tomorrow will be “a new dawn” for Malaysia which will uplift its citizens’ socio-economic wellbeing, Economic Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Azmin Ali said today.|Read more >|Malaymail

'Aid programme must be well planned, followed up to the end'

The only way for communities to break out of the poverty cycle is through education.|Read more >|NST

From Vision 2020 to Shared Prosperity Vision 2030: Same deal, or fresh direction for ‘Malaysia Baharu’?

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s first run as prime minister was synonymous with many things: Malaysia’s first national car, KL’s twin towers, rapid economic growth and development, as well as the shift of focus from an agricultural economy to industrialisation.|Read more >|Malaymail

SPV 2030 to close the wealth gap
Malaysia’s uneven wealth distribution must be addressed, and a new economic policy – the Shared Prosperity Vision (SPV) 2030 – will be launched to remedy this imbalance.|Read more >|TheStar

Govt aims to break monopolies and stop profiteering
Monopolies and profiteering are rampant in Malaysia, and these are among the problems the Shared Prosperity Vision (SPV) 2030 aims to rectify.|Read more >|TheStar

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