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SPV2030 - Mechanism Review Needed for Covid-19

Nizam Mahshar, Chief Executive Officer, Institut Masa Depan Malaysia

23-Apr-20 09:30

SPV2030 - Mechanism Review Needed for Covid-19

The coronavirus outbreak has hit economies around the world hard, and Malaysia is no exception. But with these new parameters, should the Shared Prosperity Vision mooted by the previous government be reconfigured to meet the current circumstances? For some insight, we speak to Nizam Mahshar, CEO of Institut Masa Depan Malaysia, about the SPV2030 plan, and how it can be adapted to help weather the economic crisis particularly for the most vulnerable in society.

Produced by: Dayana Mustak

Presented by: Lyn Mak, Wong Shou Ning


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Tags:  Covid-19coronaviruspandemiclockdownMCOEMCOMalaysiaunemploymentjobsrecessionstimulus packageshared prosperity vision 2030spv2030poverty


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