• "BETTER REGULATORY FRAMEWORK

    AND ECONOMIC GROWTH"

  • "BETTER REGULATORY FRAMEWORK

    AND ECONOMIC GROWTH"

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Regulation at Ministry

Economists and lawyers define ‘regulation’ in different ways. Traditionally the legal definition refers - narrowly to a subset of delegated regulatory instruments. In contrast, economists have adopted a broad ‘generic’ definition which embodies all written legal and quasi legal instruments ranging over primary legislation, secondary instruments, guidelines, circulars, codes, standards and others.

MPC is assessing both written regulation and the administration and enforcement of regulations. There are four broad stages to writing and implementing regulation.

  • Six Core Principles for Assessing Regulation and its Administration
  • A Simplified Spectrum of Regulation

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THE FOUR STAGES OF MAKING AND IMPLEMENTING REGULATION

GRP Convention 2019

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Ministry Dashboard

THE LATEST DASHBOARD OF MINISTRY OF DOMESTIC TRADE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS (KPDNHEP)

If you have any queries regarding this dashboard, please do not hesitate to contact:

  • Pn. Nurul Syamimi Ismail (syamimi@mpc.gov.my) or
  • Cik Lee Wan Swanee (swanee@mpc.gov.my) or
  • Call 03-79600173

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