REFSA's Adviser, Wan Hamidi Hamid expresses support for Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur Pakatan Harapan Members of Parliament’s statement proposing for a Kuala Lumpur 2024 Bipartisan Committee. The idea is a good place to start the conversation about our capital city’s future. Press Statement in Chinese.
REFSA notes that Budget 2021 was proposed with the aim of ensuring rakyat's prosperity, business continuity and economic resilience. While we laud these admirable aims, the measures announced today may prove to be less impactful than what is needed in terms of job creation and ensuring future growth.
This will require a shift in mindset, moving away from fiscal discipline and balanced budgets, toward a new paradigm where the state fully assumes its role as catalyst for the economy and as anchor investor in uncertain but transformational ventures.
Our response to the UNICEF-UNFPA Study “Families on the Edge”.
A regulatory framework is essential as it will provide social benefits that the gig economy workers currently lack.
REFSA Brief 6 highlights the plight faced by low-income Malaysians, whose struggles have only been worsened by the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting economic crisis.
Our Mandarin statement responds and provides some recommendations to the government’s PRIHATIN plus for SMEs.
Our response and some recommendations to the government’s PRIHATIN plus for SMEs.