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pART 1 NEW ECONOMIC MODEL FOR MALAYSIA

NEW ECONOMIC MODEL FOR MALAYSIA pART 1

High Income

Rakyat Quality of Life

Inclusiveness

Sustainability

NEAC
National Economic Advisory Council Level 5 & 11, Menara Usahawan Persiaran Perdana, Precinct 2 Federal Government Administrative Centre 62652 PUTRAJAYA MALAYSIA

NATIONAL ECONOMIC ADVISORY COUNCIL

NEAC

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NEAC
NATIONAL ECONOMIC ADVISORY COUNCIL

CHAPTRE

NEW ECONOMIC MODEL
F O R M A L AY S I A

1

Part I: Strategic Policy Directions

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Preface
This report is the first of two documents by the National Economic Advisory Council (NEAC) on the New Economic Model (NEM). This report presents an overall framework of the NEM for transforming Malaysia from a middle income to an advanced nation by 2020. It was developed following a series of meetings of the NEAC beginning in 2009 and consultations with stakeholders in the business sector, government, labour unions, academia and others. It is intended that this report will serve as the basis for formulating the policy measures…...

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