Road to Raising Business Confidence
According to the RAM Business Confidence Index (BCI), Malaysia has fallen to its lowest Business Confidence level in 2 years. Attributing to this weaker sentiment is the relatively cautious Budget 2019, prudent consumer spending and uncertain global demands. Despite this however, Malaysia is far from a recession as the economy looks to bounce back through increased house-hold and private sector expenditure, new initiative launches and positive project planning.
To cast more light on our economic road map, join us for this BMCC Focus Talk with Dr Muhammed Abdul Khalid, Economic Advisor to the Malaysian Prime Minister as he deconstructs our outlook through national fiscal priorities and reformations towards revitalising our Business Confidence.
*This event is exclusive for BMCC Members only
About Dr Muhammed Abdul Khalid
Dr Muhammed has over 20 years of experience in economic and financial sectors, having served in various capacities which include consulting for the World Bank and United Nations Development Program (UNDP). He was also the former Research Director at Khazanah Research Institute and Chief Economist at the Malaysian Securities Commission. Dr Muhammed was appointed the Economic Adviser to Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir on August 27, 2018.