Malaysia Launches Central Database Hub for National Household Income

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The new Central Database Hub in Malaysia is now open to the public. It will be used by the government to get a clearer picture of the national household income and make more informed policy decisions. Citizens and permanent residents of Malaysia can sign up and update their information until 31 March 2024.

The new Central Database Hub in Malaysia is now officially open to the public. Developed in just seven months, it will be used by the government to get a clearer picture of the national household income. PADU will allow the government to distribute subsidies more effectively and make more informed policy decisions. The database is sourced from over 400 government agencies and other related organizations.

Citizens and permanent residents of Malaysia aged 18 years and above have until 31 March 2024 to check, verify, and update their information

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