This country case on Malaysia extends forward by seven years the case in Malaysia: Capital and Control (702-040). It is based on ninth Malaysia plan, which is based in 2006 took effect. The ninth plan proposed five drawers – move the economy with higher value-added goods and services, increasing the capacity for knowledge, addressing socio-economic inequalities, improving the quality of life, and the strengthening of institutions and the civil service – to 6% growth to reach annually. All this is to achieve “Vision … Read More»

This country case on Malaysia extends forward by seven years the case in Malaysia: Capital and Control (702-040). It is based on ninth Malaysia plan, which is based in 2006 took effect. The ninth plan proposed five drawers – move the economy with higher value-added goods and services, increasing the capacity for knowledge, addressing socio-economic inequalities, improving the quality of life, and the strengthening of institutions and the civil service – to 6% growth to reach annually. All this is to achieve “Vision 2020”, developed a long-term plan for ever. Believes that Malaysia faces difficulties, between China and India stuck on the low (value) side, and Korea, Taiwan, Singapore and the high (value) end.
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Richard H.K. Vietor
Source: Harvard Business School
22 pages.
Publication Date: Nov 17,, 2006. Prod #: 707002-PDF-ENG
Malaysia: Halfway to 2020 HBR case solution

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