Who We Are
2011 - 2015
Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) to spearhead a comprehensive review of business regulations and improve processes and procedures to increase productivity and competitiveness of major economic sectors. (Chapter 3; pages 73-74)
2016 - 2020
Regulation reforms will be accelerated to ensure new and existing regulations as well as their administration and enforcement are aligned with good regulatory practices. This will be done by expanding the adoption of the National policy on Development and Implementation of Regulations (NDPIR) to states and local governments, and conducting regular regulatory review for ministries and agencies. (Chapter 8-Strategy A2 Implementing comprehensive and integrated governance reforms ; pages 8-17(252/372)
Malaysia Productivity Blueprint
Productivity is the single most important factor in a country’s long-term growth. High-productivity nations are able to quickly adapt to changes in macroeconomic challenges, as well as fundamental shifts brought on by technological advancement. Realising the importance of productivity to the nation, the 11MP has specified unlocking the potential of productivity as one of the 6 game-changers for the country to achieve high-income status by 2020.