Belanjawan 2021 mampu percepat pemulihan ekonomi - KPMG
The initiative to encourage the domestic production sector with an allocation of RM300 million towards driving an online trading environment for local manufacturers and traders as spelled out in Budget 2021 is set to move the country and economy towards a faster recovery mode.
KPMG in Malaysia head of tax Tai Lai Kok said this was a good recognition that the traditional methods of doing business were rapidly getting outdated and businesses risked being left behind in a globalized world where one can purchase virtually anything online.
“Opening up our goods to the outside world using technology will do wonders to enable our locally made goods to enter markets that were inaccessible in the past,” he said in a statement.
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