All for e-invoice but don’t make it burdensome

Nanyang Daily and Kwong Wah Daily headlined that petrol subsidy cuts would be effective this year.

China Press Daily and Guang Ming Daily led with a university student who conned the public for RM100,000 due to gambling debts. He promised to repay those who he conned.

Sin Chew Daily headlined that Deputy Prime Minister and UMNO President, Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, confirmed via an affidavit that he personally witnessed the annexation call for the house arrest of former premier Datuk Seri Najib Razak.


Sin Chew Daily supports the e-invoice system but wants it to include features that classify vendors by size. It stated that the system should not be a nuisance.

Nanyang Daily proposed steps for the government to tap on Malaysian talents.

1. Enhance the education system by providing industry-specific training and industry-education collaborations.

2. Strengthen support for technological innovation and research to promote industry growth, while also enhancing the management and supervision of foreign workers.

3. Incentivise businesses to invest in local talent development and recruitment.

4. Special funds to support skill training and vocational education projects.

5. Strengthen support for technological innovation and research