MADANI Government Projects 4-5% Economic Growth Amid Reforms Drive

The MADANI Government, led by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, projects robust economic growth between four and five percent in 2024, fueled by strong fundamentals and reforms outlined in the MADANI Economy and Budget 2024. Emphasizing responsible fiscal management, Anwar aims to reduce the fiscal deficit to 4.3 percent this year, continuing the trend from 2023’s achievement of 5 percent, in line with the Public Finances and Fiscal Responsibility Act 2023.

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The MADANI Economy framework, coupled with Budget 2024, underscores the government’s commitment to reform Malaysia’s economy, addressing historical challenges and focusing on sustainable growth areas. Savings from subsidy rationalization will be redirected to support vulnerable communities, enhance infrastructure, and improve public services.

MADANI Government – Strategies

Strategies under the National Energy Transition Roadmap and the New Industrial Master Plan 2030 aim to attract quality investments in high-value-added industries, fostering job creation and economic resilience. Despite a slight dip in GDP growth to 3.7 percent in 2023, resilient domestic demand and positive growth momentum in the labor market buoyed economic performance.

Anwar highlights the government’s reform agenda’s positive impact, noting increased investor confidence and economic activity spurred by governance enhancements and ease of doing business initiatives. The continued growth in domestic demand signals progress towards achieving the MADANI Government’s economic vision.

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