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Friday, October 7, 2022

Bajet 2023 Malaysia

 RM825 juta

Peruntukan Bantuan Awal Persekolahan yang ditambah baik kepada RM150 dari RM100 bagi setiap murid tanpa mengira had pendapatan ibu bapa.

Youths ages of 18 to 20 & full-time students aged 21 & above will receive RM200 in one-off e-wallet credit, under Program ePemula.

Pakej Remaja Keluarga Malaysia will be extended to April 2023 to help reduce the digital divide among the youth. The initiative provides youths with prepaid phone packages that allow them to pay only RM30 for internet data over a period of three months.

The total holding limit for Amanah Saham Bumiputera (ASB) and ASB2 has been increased to RM300,000 from RM200,000, to encourage equity holding among Bumiputeras.

e-Pemula M40: E-wallet credit worth RM100 for M40 with an annual income of below RM100,000

RM235 million will go towards empowering women entrepreneurs. The Securities Commission will also introduce special training programmes to increase the number of women that qualify for board member appointments.

Exemptions on import and excise duties on imported CBU Electric Vehicles (EV) are currently given up to 31 December 2023. It is now proposed to be extended until 31 December 2024.

The Government is committed to achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. In line with this commitment, the Government plans to introduce carbon taxes and will conduct a feasibility study on the carbon pricing mechanism.

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