KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has launched its New Industrial Master Plan 2030 (NIMP 2030) which focuses on four key areas: economic complexity, digital transformation, net-zero efforts, and economic security and inclusivity.
The launching ceremony was inaugurated by Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim at the MITI Tower today.
NIMP 2030 aims to strengthen Malaysia’s industrial capacity and resilience for long-term and sustainable growth.
According to the Deputy Prime Minister Zahid Hamidi who was also present at the launch, NIMP is a comprehensive policy framework that includes the mission, priorities and action plan in transforming the manufacturing sector in Malaysia.
“Even with the shift and focus given, accompanied by clear goals and four missions as stated in this plan, it is certainly capable of making Malaysia a leading country in the high-tech industry sector, with a surge in the field of digital transformation that will give space to hundreds of thousands of children young people in new job fields.
“NIMP will make Malaysia a high-tech industrial nation with digital transformation, as well as improve the country’s ability at the international level,” he said in a statement after the launch.
The plan also emphasises on innovation complements to advance healthcare through research and development.
According to a statement from the Ministry of Health, NIMP 2030 could serve not only as an industrial roadmap but also as a comprehensive strategy for enhancing health and well-being in Malaysia, reflecting Malaysia Madani’s long-term commitment to building industrial resilience and sustainable growth.
-Malaysia World News