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Tenth Malaysia Plan 2011-2015

The Economic Planning Unit; Government of Malaysia Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Malaysia 31 December 2011 Guidelines plan

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The Plan contains new policy directions, strategies and programmes that enable the country to emerge as a high income nation. The national development programmes are attuned to the six National Key Results Areas, outlined in the Government Transformation Programme, the National Key Economic Areas of the Economic Transformation Programme and the strategic economic reforms in the New Economic Model. The Plan details strategies towards a more focused role for the Government as a regulator and catalyst while upholding the principles of 1Malaysia: People First, Performance Now to ensure effective delivery of services.


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