In the past 30 years, Malaysia has successfully curtailed high poverty rates and reduced income inequalities. Its goal is to attain high income status by 2020 while ensuring that growth is sustainable.
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December 17, 2016 — Malaysia's economy remains resilient to external headwinds, with GDP growth projected around 4.2% in 2016 and 4.3% in 2017, according to new economic analysis from the World Bank.
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December 11, 2016 — Malaysia is one of 17 economies that implemented reforms in the East Asia and Pacific to improve the business climate for local entrepreneurs, says the World Bank Group’s latest Doing Business report.
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Meet “aspirational” Malaysians. Enlarging the middle-class society is critical to reducing income inequality and promoting shared prosperity in Malaysia.
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