M’sia Productivity Corp wants to cut red tape, targets 4pct growth

Annabelle Lee & Martin Vengadesan

Modified 21 Dec 2019, 11:33 am

INTERVIEW | Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) chairperson Chua Tian Chang targets labour productivity growth to improve to four percent under his helm.

This, he proposes, can be achieved through speedier approvals for certain government processes.

Tian Chua, as the PKR politician is better known, took over the role from AmBank...

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