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Often standing in the shadows of mega-investments made by large international oil corporations, agriculture plantations and, more recently, mining companies, it is the multitude of Sarawak’s smaller, less heralded companies that account for the vast majority of business taking place in the state. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)...

What policies have been implemented to minimise the environmental impact of economic growth, and what more needs to be done in this regard?


Traditionally known for its lucrative oil fields, oil palm plantations and the mystique of its diverse Borneo rainforests, the Malaysian state of Sarawak is in the midst of an historic makeover that is irrevocably transforming its economy, alongside its social and cultural landscape. In tandem with the government’s overarching development...

What are the challenges facing ASEAN member nations in preparing for the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in 2015?


At the heart of Malaysia’s economic transformation ambitions to rise to a high-income economy by 2020 is the initiative to extract greater value from its natural resources by shifting away from a primarily raw or minimally processed resource exporting country to a high-tech, high-value-added industrial base. While much of new industries such...


The Chinese economy has remained consistently strong as we focus on reforms and liberalisation, and we are confident of maintaining this momentum going forward.

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