The Report: Sarawak 2015

The Report: Sarawak 2015

As evidenced by Sarawak’s positive performance across a variety of subsectors, its economy is already among the most diversified in Malaysia, even before the impending wave of industrial projects begins to contribute. Financial incentives and substantial investments in infrastructure appear to have generated considerable international interest from a range of industries.

The bevy of major new industrial projects scheduled to come on stream in the coming years will hasten the diversification of the state’s economy, creating more permanent jobs while also developing more value-added industries to hedge against fluctuating global demand for resource exports in the energy and agriculture sectors. Although tumbling energy prices will likely eat into short-term revenues, the hydrocarbons sector will continue to be a major contributor to the economy for at least the next two decades..

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