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The Tenth Malaysia Plan builds on the results of the Ninth Malaysia...
The Tenth Malaysia Plan builds on the results of the Ninth Malaysia Plan and is the second of three five-year policies aiming at implementing the National Mission by 2020. The plan rotates around ten main ideas for future development, which express the will to transform Malaysia into a high income economy relying on specialisation, productivity growth and innovation. Also, the plan aims at improving the education system so as to nurture, attract and retain top talents, and it underlines the need for inclusive development across regions and equality of opportunities. Finally, the plan envisages the will to protect the environment and value internal differences, reform governance and public administration, and create effective and smart public private partnerships.
Business Services, Education and Training Services, Education and Training Services, Electrical...
Business Services, Education and Training Services, Education and Training Services, Electrical Industry, Electronic Industry, Financial Services, Gas, Information Communication Technology, Palm Oil, Petroleum Sector, Private Healthcare, Tourism, Wholesale and Retail
The plan aims at developing a strong, sutainable conurbation of international standing...
The plan aims at developing a strong, sutainable conurbation of international standing within the South Johor economic region in Malaysia. The strategy is based on growth and value creation, nation building and equitable and fair distribution among stakeholders; it focuses on five main strategic pillars: 1) achieving international rim positioning; 2) establishing hard and soft infrastructure enablers; 3) carrying out investments in catalyst projects; 4) establishing a strong institutional framework and the creation of a strong regulatory authority; 5) ensuring socio-economic equity and buy-in from the local population.
The Ninth Malaysia Plan builds on previous national policies and it's the...
The Ninth Malaysia Plan builds on previous national policies and it's the first part of the 2006-2020 National Mission of Malaysia, outlining its philosophy and thrusts. Hence, the plan focuses on four main goals: 1) to move the economy up the value chain; 2) to raise the capacity for knowledge and innovaton and nurture "first class mentality"; 3) to address persistent socio-economic inequalities constructively and productively; 4) to improve the standard and sustainability of quality of life; 5) to strengthen the institutional and implementation capacity.