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SERC executive director Lee Heng Guie

KUALA LUMPUR: The government will likely announce a bigger-than-usual number of incentives for the various sectors of the economy in the upcoming Budget 2023.

When contacted by StarBiz, economists and analysts generally said that there was a high chance that a number of labour-reliant industries could benefit from tax incentives and are expecting priority to be given to automation and levelling up technology for industries, including small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

They also noted that there could be a need to support other less-visible industries such as the tourism sector, which has still not fully recovered from the Covid-19 pandemic.

“I would think this will be a people-friendly budget that would help with the feel-good factor, especially for the consumer.

“Apart from that, there may likely be assistance possibly in the form of tax breaks for industries to continue the push towards higher automation and adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT),” explained Rakuten Trade’s head of equity sales Vincent Lau.

“Doing this would be a broad stroke to help various industries cope with the ongoing labour shortage and rise in the labour cost.

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“As indicated by recent reports, the focus will likely be on broadening good Internet access through the expansion of 5G infrastructure in the country,” he added.

This would then necessitate more capital spending for such types of infrastructure moving forward, Lau noted.

He also anticipates that there might be some updates or reiteration of commitment on some big-value construction projects that had been announced previously such as the East Coast Rail Link or the Pan Borneo Highway project, although the government may be fiscally constrained to announce further projects on this front.

Meanwhile, Socio-Economic Research Centre executive director Lee Heng Guie said SMEs and the tourism sector will likely be provided more fiscal support, given that “they are still challenged by a tougher operating environment”.

“SMEs are still facing many challenges such as increased business costs, shortage of workers, lack of capital and skills for automation and digitalisation, as well as pressure to adopt environmental, social and governance (ESG) standards,” Lee pointed out.

Therefore, Budget 2023 could take into consideration easing the cost of doing business, through a reduction in the concessionary tax rate to 15% from 17% currently on the first chargeable income of RM600,000 which can be raised to RM1mil, he added.

Lee also suggested a higher fund allocation for automation, digitalisation and facilitation funds with low interest rates and a simplified application process to help SMEs transition towards ESG best practices.

Meanwhile, he highlighted that the tourism sector still had a “long way” to go towards recovery to pre-pandemic levels, given that the borders with China are still closed.

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