Prosperous Perak Plan 2030: Able to Restore the Economy of the State of Perak

by Rosli Mansor

The Prosperous Perak 2030 Plan which sets three main targets namely Social Prosperity, Economic Prosperity and Political Prosperity will be able to restore the economy as well as develop the capacity and capability of the people of Perak.

Menteri Besar, Dato’ Seri Saarani Mohamad said the Prosperous Perak 2030 Plan outlines six agendas which are Ensuring Food Security, Driving the Digital Economy, Data-Driven Decision Making, Perak TVET Malaysia Corridor, Sustainable Mining and Project Governance of State Interest.

“The success of this plan can also be driven through good synergy between the State Government and the Federal Government. The harmonious relationship between the state and the Federal needs to be constantly strengthened so that any issue that surrounds the people’s lives can be addressed objectively.

“We see too many indicators and variables in economic projections that show a clear possibility that the world will face a recession.

“The implementation of the Prosperous Perak Plan 2030 will be able to deal with the increasing pressure of inflation and slow economic growth. Likewise, the aggressive monetary policy taken by almost all central banks around the world; forecasts the economic recession that will hit,” he said in a speech in conjunction with the People’s Banquet (Majlis Kenduri Rakyat) with the Prime Minister at the Muhammad Al Fateh Mosque, Taman Jati which was attended by 2,500 people today .

Saarani also invited the people of Perak to move forward together and put an end to political attacks that will only invite anxiety.

He said that determination is necessary to put the country back on the axis of stability so that the government’s focus can be fully directed to face the challenges that will arise.

“We don’t have much time to continue politics. The pulse and engine of the economy must be strengthened immediately. Proliferation of employment opportunities must be an important agenda of the government.

“Investment policies must be immediately refreshed, polished and managed well to be able to give confidence to investors. We need to constantly strengthen the administrative efficiency of the government machinery,” he said.

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