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Economic Transformation Programme Malaysia

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Economic Transformation Programme Malaysia

Economic Transformation Programme Malaysia

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  • 1. Economic Transformation Plan
    ETP Malaysia
    For more info e-mail : etyew@hotmail.com All rights reserved. March 2011
    Additional info http://www.etp.pemandu.gov.my
    The Fruit of Spirit
    Email : etyew@hotmail.com
  • 2. The 12 National Key Economic Areas (NKEAs) are at the core of the ETP. NKEA is defined as a driver of economic activity that has the potential to directly and materially contribute a quantifiable amount of economic growth to the Malaysian economy.
  • 3. 1. Oil, Gas and Energy
    1. Oil, gas and Energy
    National Key Economic Areas ( NKEA ) identified oil, gas and energy as a growth driver sector with projects like making Malaysia No. 1 Asian hub for oil services
    Is PATIENCE
  • 4. 2. Palm Oil
    National Key Economic Areas ( NKEA ) identified palm oil as a growth driver sector with projects to improve upstream productivity and sustainable plantation. Downstream enhancement like developing oleo-derivatives products.
  • 5. 3. Financial Services
    National Key Economic Areas ( NKEA ) identified financial services that revitalizes capital market, transforming developmental financial institutions and creating integrated payments eco-system.
  • 6. 4. Tourism
    National Key Economic Areas ( NKEA ) identified tourism as a growth driver sector with projects like the eco-nature integrated resort in Sabah, East Malaysia and offering world’s best biodiversity.
  • 7. 5. Business Services
    National Key Economic Areas ( NKEA ) identified business services as a growth driver sector with a target for it to contributes 20 percent of both GDP and employment by 2020
  • 8. 6. Electrical & Electronics
    Life is a Continuous Journey filled with hope
    National Key Economic Areas ( NKEA ) identified Electrical & Electronics as a growth driver sector with Entry Point Strategic Projects from Semiconductor, Solar, Light emitting diodes, Industrial electronics and electrical home appliances.
  • 9. 7. Wholesale and retail
    National Key Economic Areas ( NKEA ) identified wholesale and retails as a growth driver sector for domestic consumption in enabling the growth with more liberalization, access to funding, growing human capital and improving transportation infrastructure.
  • 10. 8. Education
    National Key Economic Areas ( NKEA ) identified education as a growth driver sector with the mission of raising overall education standards and delivering significant results. Including making Malaysia a regional education hub.
  • 11. 9. Healthcare
    National Key Economic Areas ( NKEA ) identified healthcare as a growth driver sector with mission to improve the 3 subsectors namely pharmaceutical, health travel and medical technology products. The strategic opportunities are pursuing exports in generic drugs and reinvigorating health travel segment
  • 12. 10. Communications, Content and Infrastructure
    National Key Economic Areas ( NKEA ) identified communications, content and infrastructure as a growth driver sector with projects for tomorrow such as creative content creation, payments, electronic commerce and connectivity. Capitalize on next-generation infrastructure.
  • 13. 11. Agriculture
    National Key Economic Areas ( NKEA ) identified agriculture as a growth driver sector to transform agriculture to agribusiness. Ensuring food security objectives. Expanding participation in regional value chain. Capitalizing Malaysia’s competitive advantage
    Is JOY
  • 14. 12. Greater Kuala Lumpur
    National Key Economic Areas ( NKEA ) identified Greater Kuala Lumpur as a growth driver sector to achieve top-20 most livable cities by 2020. Greater Kuala Lumpur to attract the major multinationals companies.
    Is PEACE
  • 15. ETP is a Roadmap to take Malaysia into the next level of growth and new level of innovation
    More on http://etp.pemandu.gov.my Design by etyew@hotmail.com March 2011

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