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September 23, 2021 -Thursday

 
  KSN WILL LAUNCH THE NATIONAL POLICY OF GOOD REGULATORY PRACTICE (NPGRP) ON 30 JULY 2021, A MILESTONE TO MALAYSIA'S REGULATORY REFORM

Friday 23/07/2021



PETALING JAYA, July 23 (Bernama) -- Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Mohd Zuki Bin Ali, Chief Secretary to the Government of Malaysia will launch the National Policy on Good Regulatory Practice (NPGRP) on 30 July 2021, according to Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC), an agency under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI). MPC serves as the national oversight agency responsible for Malaysia’s GRP journey. NPGRP is an improvement of the National Policy on Development and Implementation of Regulations (NPDIR) launched in 2013.

The virtual launching ceremony themed “Boosting Productivity Through Quality Regulation” resonates the essence of NRGRP, which aims to enhance Malaysia’s business environment and the well-being of the rakyat in general by raising national productivity growth and competitive advantage.

The adoption of Good Regulatory Practice (GRP) as a national policy is an important milestone to Malaysia’s regulatory reform. The step is timely as the country is going through the recovery phase from the impact of the pandemic on the economy, health, and overall public well-being. As regulations impact almost every aspect of lives, implementation of GRP is expected to reduce the unnecessary regulatory burdens on businesses and the public.

A productivity forum based on the theme is scheduled after the official launch of NPGRP featuring eminent speakers and experts in good regulatory practice, public policy, rulemaking and regulatory implementation. Experts are expected to deliberate on aspects related to the strengthening of GRP compliance in introducing new regulations and amending the existing regulations to boost Malaysia’s productivity and competitiveness. The forum also seeks to inculcate the importance of GRP among policymakers particularly in ensuring quality policy and regulations.

Registration for the forum can be done at https://tinyurl.com/NPGRP.

About Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC)
Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) is a statutory body under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI). MPC promotes productivity, quality, and competitiveness to the industries and organisations in Malaysia. MPC's vision is to be the leading organisation in productivity enhancement for global competitiveness and innovation.
Released by MALAYSIA PRODUCTIVITY CORPORATION

Source: Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC)

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:
Name: Nik Haneez Amizan Nik Rosdi
Tel: 0197181804
Email: nikhaneez@mpc.gov.my

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