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Malaysian Chinese towards vision 2020 =

Ling, Liong Sik Dato".

Malaysian Chinese towards vision 2020 =

[Ta Ma Hua jen yü hsiang 2020 nien hung yüan]

by Ling, Liong Sik Dato".

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Published by Pelanduk Publications in Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Malaysia.
    • Subjects:
    • Chinese -- Malaysia.

    • Edition Notes

      Parallel title in Chinese characters.

      Other titlesTa Ma Hua jen yü hsiang 2020 nien hung yüan
      StatementLing Liong Sik.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS595.2.C5 L56 1995
      The Physical Object
      Pagination118 p., [12] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages118
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL956112M
      ISBN 109679785165
      LC Control Number95940728

      In addition to using profits to invest in new technology embodied in modern capital goods, Malaysian companies must also invest in training and HRD, whether individually or on an industry-wide basis, to meet their specific needs. Mahathir's paternal grandfather had come from South India and married a Malay woman. Currently, about 40 percent of jobs in the country are linked to export activities. The vision of the Malaysian economy in the year obviously will not occur on its own. PAS, which had in the s joined UMNO in government, responded to the resurgence by taking an increasingly strident Islamist stand under the leadership of the man who in had defeated Mahathir for his parliamentary seat, Yusof Rawa.

      Education, training and HRD effort will thus have to respond accordingly. An efficient and effective labour market is also necessary to attract investments into Malaysia and enable everyone to participate in and enjoy the benefits of economic growth. We must be fully developed in terms of national unity and social cohesion, in terms of our economy, in terms of social justice, political stability, system of government, quality of life, social and spiritual values, national pride and confidence. Thus Mahathir had grave reservations about the two Sultans, who were both activist rulers of their own states.

      UN Development Program. Supported by the Sultans, the Agong refused to assent to the constitutional amendments, which had by then passed both houses of Parliament with comfortable majorities. These economic benefits could translate into the necessary economic stimulus to provide the growth allowing Malaysia to reach its developed status. This data clearly indicates upwards-macroeconomic trends in Malaysia and improvements in its economy.


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Malaysian Chinese towards vision 2020 = by Ling, Liong Sik Dato". Download PDF Ebook

Malays were becoming more religious and more conservative. These Malaysian Chinese towards vision 2020 = book will be in line with the aim of increasing the domestic inter-linkings within the economy.

For the balance of payments to remain healthy, import growth will also have to consolidate to a level in line with exports.

To balance the destabilising Malaysian Chinese towards vision 2020 = book of this trend, Malaysia needs to increase foreign-domestic linkages via the development of SMIs and ancillary industries as well as increase the external integration of its own production by means of outward direct investment.

More significant is the potential expansion of trade with the United States, Canada, Mexico and Peru; all of whom Malaysia currently has no existing structured frameworks.

Education, training and HRD effort will thus have to respond accordingly. The eighth is the challenge of ensuring an economically just society. The share of professional, technical and related workers is projected to increase from 8.

The private sector in Malaysia is almost totally dependent on imported technology. Private sector MPC for was 0. Also outlined are some measures that should be in place in the shorter term so that the foundations can be laid for the long journey towards that ultimate objective. Apart from outlining detailed macro-economic and sectoral targets, it provides detailed public sector programmes and development allocation by sectors and levels of governments.

The book argued Malaysian Chinese towards vision 2020 = book a balance had to be achieved between enough government support for Malays so that their economic interests would not be dominated by the Chinese, and exposing Malays to sufficient competition to ensure that over time, Malays would lose what Mahathir saw as the characteristics of avoiding hard work and failing to "appreciate the real value of money and property".

The press took the side of the government, although a large minority of Malays, including conservative UMNO politicians, and an even larger proportion of the Chinese community supported the Sultans.

A projected 2. The second is the challenge of creating a psychologically liberated, secure, and developed Malaysian Society with faith and confidence in itself, justifiably proud of what it is, of what it has accomplished, robust enough to face all manner of adversity.

Such qualitative gains in the production structure translates into higher returns for factors of production, whether labour or capital, thus supporting the projected trends towards higher level of incomes. Source: Flickr As a result of these upwards-macroeconomic trends, positive trends can also be identified in human development indicators.

Challenge 9: Establishing a prosperous society with an economy that is fully competitive, dynamic, robust and resilient. Milne and Diane K. Malaysia must invest heavily in human resource development to upgrade the capability of the labour force and to allow progression into more difficult and more skill-intensive occupations.

The problems in the Malaysian education system and consequently the low level of productivity have also been mentioned by local academics and leaders as major hindrance for achieving the developed country status by The achievement of the Vision requires sustained effort, correct policies and strategies from both the public and private sectors.

Even among the other bustling regional South-East Asian countries, Malaysia stands out as what seems to be an incredible success story. The seventh challenge is the challenge of establishing a fully caring society and a caring culture, a social system in which society will come before self, in which the welfare of the people will revolve not around the state or the individual but around a strong and resilient family system.

Former Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad believes too much emphasis on wealth may not be helpful in achieving the status of a developed country. Today, with three halal factories in Kuala Lumpur, Nestle Malaysia sets the halal standard for the Nestle Group, offering policy guidelines, best-practices and expertise on halal products to other Nestle markets worldwide.

To achieve a viable status in their own right, Malaysia's private sector must not only be able to import new technology, compete in a closed market environment or to export overseas but they must also develop their own potential. Works Cited: Australian Government. To ensure that Malaysia is able to develop competitive industries and increase overall economic resilience,certain underlying socio-economic qualities must prevail.

With less than five years remaining for Malaysia to reach its goal, an evaluation of its likelihood of success is enlightening. By making improvements to infrastructure, offering subsidies, and increasing research and development expenditures, there was a subsequent increase in foreign investors in the targeted sectors.

According to the Global Infrastructure Investment Index published by Arcadis, Malaysia is ranked number five out of the 41 countries reviewed for infrastructure investment attractiveness, four places below neighboring Singapore which is ranked the most attractive to investors, due to its stable political situation, pro-business environment and strong growth potential.

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