Grab Malaysia Wants Support For Malaysians Using Public Shared Services In Budget 2018



KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 24 – Grab Malaysia wants support for Malaysians who use public shared services to reduce congestion on roads in the Budget 2018. Grab Malaysia Country Head, Sean Goh said he foresees that Budget 2018 will see a focused strategies proposal, aimed at strengthening the Malaysian economy in general.

“There would be a special focus on Malaysia’s fast-rising digital economy, our unique and growing digital needs and strengthening the role the country is playing in the region’s digital infrastructure development,” he said in a statement today. Goh said a key aspect of the Malaysian economy depends on mobility and integrated, well-maintained transportation networks.

“The safe and easy transportation of goods, people, and ideas, not only fuels productive growth but also impacts Malaysians’ access to basic needs like education, employment, medical facilities and healthcare, food and nutrition,” he added. Meanwhile, Goh said Grab Malaysia would like to see continued support for government efforts at bringing about a level playing field in the ride-sharing industry. — Bernama

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