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 Recovery MCO from 10 June 2020 until 31 August 2020 (Source: PMO Malaysia)

07/Jun/2020
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 Special message on short-term economic recovery plan by Prime Minister (Source: PMO Malaysia)

05/Jun/2020
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 Conditional MCO to be extended until 6 June 2020 (Source: PMO Malaysia)

10/May/2020
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 PM: More economic sectors and business activities allowed to resume operations, subject to conditions and SOPs, starting 4 May 2020.

01/May/2020
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 MCO to be extended another two weeks

23/Apr/2020
Movement Control Order (MCO) to be extended another two weeks until 12 May 2020. Prime Minister YAB Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin also reassured the people that the government has been working on plans to restore the economy, which includes allowing more businesses to resume operations while the MCO is still in effect.  more

 Special ASEAN Summit on Covid-19

14/Apr/2020
Speech by YAB Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin during Special ASEAN Summit on Covid-19  more

 MCO extended until 28 April 2020 (Source PMO Malaysia as at 10 April 2020)

10/Apr/2020
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 Step by step guide on registration for Bantuan Prihatin Nasional (as at 4/4/2020)

04/Apr/2020
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 (Source PMO) Perutusan Khas Perdana Menteri 25 Mac 2020

25/Mar/2020
MCO extended to 14/4/2020  more

 (Source PMO) Sidang Media Khas YAB Perdana Menteri, 23 Mac 2020

23/Mar/2020
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 (Source PMO) Perutusan Khas YAB PM mengenai COVID-19: Stay at home, please!

18/Mar/2020
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 The Prime Minister’s Special Message on COVID-19 – 16 March 2020

16/Mar/2020
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 Cabinet line-up 2020 (Source PMO Malaysia as announced 9 March 2020)

09/Mar/2020
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 The Importance of Vaccination Among Children

11/Feb/2020
Malaysia has a well-established national immunisation programme (NIP) which started in the 1950s, and this has kept the rates of many infectious diseases low. Malaysia and other ASEAN countries have been free from polio since the year 2000, and this monumental achievement was made possible with a consistent immunisation programme.   more

 The Role of Youth in Nation Building

03/Jan/2020
The term ‘nation building’ is usually used to refer to the constructive process of engaging all citizens in building social unity, economic prosperity and political stability in an inclusive and democratic way.  more

 Strong Property Sector Will Boost Economy

20/Dec/2019
The government’s continuous efforts to promote home ownership, especially for first-time buyers will stimulate the property sector, and eventually will generate a larger impact on the wider economy. The introduction of the National Housing Policy and new initiatives will benefit house buyers and address the demand for affordable homes. It is a known fact that the property market and the   more

 Quality Education a Key Component to Enhance Fourth Industrial Revolution

22/Nov/2019
Innovative technologies defining the Industrial Revolution hold the promise of a path to environmental sustainability. How do we go about to transforming the world’s workplaces, with expectation of countless jobs being created and eliminated at a rapid pace, with the many social implications such disruption entails?  more

 Understanding the Terms – T20, M40 and B40

25/Oct/2019
Understanding the Terms – T20, M40 and B40 The T20, M40 And B40 Income Classifications in Malaysia Malaysians are categorised into three different income groups - Top 20% (T20), Middle 40% (M40), and Bottom 40% (B40). Over the years, the bar for each group has increased and this is one of the indicators of economic growth. The following is the latest definition for T20, M40 and B40 based on the   more

 Revitalising Rural Malaysia

11/Oct/2019
To revitalise rural Malaysia, rural planners must first recognise the diversity of socio-economic conditions in each village or interior district. Subsequently, at the policy level, there must be clear headed realism on the common goals we want to achieve nationally and how it can be implemented across different states.  more

 Improved ECRL Map Comparison

13/Sep/2019
Supplementary Agreement (SA) to the EPCC Contract The SA covers Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the Engineering, Procurement, Construction & Commissioning (EPCC) of the ECRL at a reduced cost of RM 44 billion. This is a significant reduction of RM21.5 billion or 32.8 percent, from its original cost of RM65.5 billion. The improved ECRL will cost RM68.7 million per km compared to RM95.5 million per km under  more