1 May 2022
3 - 4 May 2022
2 - 5 May or 3 - 6 May
It is sad to see and hear what's happening.
The skyrocketing of commodities prices. The sharp rise in inflation globally. Also, the recent hike of COVID 19 in China welcomed the recent easing of policy with the open up of the low-risk areas in Shanghai.
Plus, Malaysia will be going into election season very soon. The tension is building up.
Malaysia experienced an endless political roller coaster over the past five years.
Budget 2023 is exciting. 2022 is an election year. With our border opened and instability in the global economy.
Whoever sits on the chair as a ruling party, all eyes await what this newly elected leader can do for the business community and the country.