· The Malaysian national budget for 2021 is billion (~US77 billion). The Ministry of Health's total budget for next year is billion (~US billion). Although there is an increase in the healthcare budget, the yearonyear percentage increase is only % the lowest increase in three years.
· Employersponsored healthcare benefit costs are expected to increase by % on average in Asia Pacific (APAC) in 2022, according to Willis Towers Watson's (WTW) latest 2022 Global Medical Trends Survey. This is a continuing trend as the projected healthcare benefit costs declined in 2020, before rebounding to 7% in 2021.
· As with most countries, inflation is becoming a hot topic in Malaysia with headline inflation standing at % in January, a drop from % the previous month. 'A rare, cunning liar': 1MDB trial...
· Prices for many industrial materials, and freight costs, have been on an increasing trajectory since Q1 2021, pushing up wind turbine and solar PV costs. Since the beginning of 2020 the price of PVgrade polysilicon has more than quadrupled, steel has increased by 50%, copper by 60% and aluminium by 80%.
In many countries where the FiT system is implemented, caps on RE installed capacities are highly discouraged as these caps limit RE growth and constrain its impact. The avoidance of such caps is possible in countries where electricity tariff is deregulated. However, in a regulated electricity market such as in Malaysia, the funding source for FiT is limited to a fixed .
· Malaysia's Imbalance Cost PassThrough (ICPT) mechanism was introduced in 2014, as a tool to absorb market shocks for the industry and deliver a more stable and sustainable tariff pricing for customers. It is a critical component of the IncentiveBased Regulation framework of Malaysia's electricity supply industry.
In December 2021, the Malaysian parliament passed the government's budget for 2022, approving an expenditure of MYR billion (USD billion). The budget includes an alloion of MYR billion (USD billion) for development expenditure, as well as several incentives to improve employment rates and support businesses.
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· Financial impact: Freightcost reduction is made possible by trading off marginal transportation costs for inventory holding costs. At the same time, revenue is enhanced because more inventory is readily available to fill orders with shorter lead times.
· Impacts to consider include: Lost sales and income Delayed sales or income Increased expenses (, overtime labor, outsourcing, expediting costs, etc.) Regulatory fines Contractual penalties or loss of contractual bonuses Customer dissatisfaction or defection Delay of new business plans Timing and Duration of Disruption
· Economically, Malaysia's fiscal response to Covid19 in support of the economy has been forceful compared to most other emerging economies, so far worth about 8% of GDP. Nonetheless, the scale and nature of the pandemic shock suggests that Malaysia will again see a step down in growth in the aftermath.
· The industry's direct and indirect effect of travel and tourism in Malaysia in 2010 was expected to account for 37 billion of GDP (equivalent to % of total GDP) and 597,000 jobs (% of total employment). However, since the tourism touches all the sectors of the economy, it bring a real impact is even greater.
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· poverty and prices: despite having a comparatively higher gdp to other nations struggling with hunger issues, the people in malaysia experience higher rates of malnourishment and impaired growth. 12% of children in malaysia eat fewer than three meals a day and 97% of s reported that they felt that the cost of food was too high and it .
Malaysia's annual inflation rate increased to a 14month high of % in July of 2022 from % in the prior month, matching market consensus. Food prices rose at a new record peak of percent after rising percent in June, amid robust consumption following further improvement in COVID19 situation.
· Petroleum income tax Petroleum income tax is imposed at the rate of 38% on income from petroleum operations in Malaysia. An effective petroleum income tax rate of 25% applies on income from petroleum operations in marginal fields. No other taxes are imposed on income from petroleum operations. Local income taxes
· Malaysia's Energy Commission with enhanced regulatory oversight over the midstream and downstream segments of the natural gas industry. The amendment aims to further liberalize the country's natural gas market by introducing more competitive enduser natural gas pricing mechanisms and by allowing third party access to exis ting natural gas infrastructure. .