Join us when the EABA visits Malaysia on October 22 to 24 to gain a better understanding some of these major policy decisions that are being made in the early days of the new government and what the new Malaysian government wants to do next.
Malaysia’s 14th General Election in May 2018 saw an unprecedented change of government, ending UMNO’s 61-year rule since independence in 1957. Following his appointment as the Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad had made major political decisions, most notably freeing his former political rival turned ally, Anwar Ibrahim who was imprisoned in 2015. Mahathir had also promised to restore democratic institutions, in a scale perhaps not seen before in recent years in Southeast Asia.
More importantly the Mahathir administration had also made decisions that could potentially impact the business environment in Malaysia. The government had zero-rated the consumption tax, which was projected to contribute almost one-fifth of the national revenue and he had also reinstated fuel subsidies and review major infrastructure projects launched by his predecessor Najib Razak.
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