Shared Prosperity Vision takes into account more than race - Muhyiddin
Unlike the previous economic policies that looked at economic disparities based on ethnicity and race, the Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 looks at the issue from a wider and more comprehensive perspective, encompassing income classes, territories and supply chains.
Chairman of Institut Masa Depan Malaysia (Malaysian Future Institute) Muhyiddin Yassin said that through that more holistic approach, all Malaysians regardless of race would be able to enjoy the country’s prosperity when the economic gap has been narrowed.……
SE Asia Economy
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