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core - periphery and development in Malaysia

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  • 2. Peninsular Malaysia (west) East Malaysia Sarawak Sabah KL CORE PERIPHERY
  • 3. KL THE CORE
  • 4. SARAWAK EAST MALAYSIA THE PERIPHERY
  • 5. SARAWAK THE PERIPHERY MANY RESOURCES BUT DENSE TRF DIFFICULT RELIEF POOR INFRASTRUCTURE LACK OF EDUCATION LACK OF INDUSTRIALISATION LITTLE URBANISATION LACK OF INVESTMENT A RESOURCE FRONTIER LESS WELL DEVELOPED
  • 6. THE CORE PENINSULAR MALAYSIA AROUND AND TO SOUTH OF KUALA LUMPUR INVESTMENT BY GOVERNMENT AND TNC’s GOOD INFRASTRUCTURE, ROADS, RAIL, PORTS AND TELECOMMS EXPORT PROCESSING ZONES INDUSTRIALISED URBAN ISED WELL EDUCATED FREE TRADE ZONE TYPICAL NIC CHARACTERISTICS
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  • 9. TOURISM IS ONE IMPORTANT ROUTE TAKEN TOWARDS DEVELOPMENT A BIG EARNER A LARGE EMPLOYER BUT IS IT SUSTAINABLE?
  • 10. NATIONAL PARKS AND ECOTOURISM
  • 11. DEFORESTATION FOR AGRICULTURAL, LOGGING ENERGY (HEP), MINERAL DEVELOPMENTS PLANTAIONS FOR RUBBER, PALM OIL, PROCESSING AND EXPORT LOSS OF ECOSYSTEMS, LOSS OF HABITATS, LOSS OF BIODIVERSITY;BIOTIC, TERRESTRIAL, ATMOSPHERIC AND HYDROLOGICAL IMPACTS
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  • 16. ECOURISM TAMAN NAGARA NATIONAL PARK