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Pre-Budget Comments

“The need to balance spending on infrastructure projects and social well being programs remains a challenge for the government yet the current GDP growth and revenues from tax collection will ensure that the government’s continued commitment to the people in both in the near future and over the long haul is fulfilled.”

“Continued spending on infrastructure that improves the investment environment for food production which will lead to higher levels of food security as a strategy to reduce food based inflation should also be a priority.”

“Affordable housing should be seen as key enablers for sustainable development and one that will have a lasting impact on the people in both rural and urban areas of the country.”

“Both these measures would be in line with the government’s stated goal of poverty eradication, managing the cost of living and ultimately moving from a middle income nation to that of a high income nation.” Stated Nordin Abdullah when commenting on the upcoming budget.

Nordin Abdullah Managing Director of Glenreagh Sdn Bhd a boutique consultancy firm, he is also currently the Vice President of the Malaysian International Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MICCI) and an EXCO member of the Malaysia Australia Business Council (MABC)

Commentary Featured in the following media :
BUDGET: SMEs In Food Sector Need To Capitalise On New Export Promotion Funds – BERNAMA
BUDGET: SMEs In Food Sector Need To Capitalise On New Export Promotion Funds – SME CORP
Infrastructure, Affordable Housing Key Sectors, Says Glenreagh Md – MALAY MAIL