Malaysia in the 1990s Essay

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Running head: MALAYSIA IN THE 1990s (A)

Malaysia in the 1990s (A)
By
Nader Adel
BU502 – Applied Research
Southern States University
Dr. Bilbruck
1st May, 2016

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MALAYSIA IN THE 1990s (A)

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Abstract

After Malaya became independent in 1957, they started to take main decisions to achieve their goals through the ongoing progressive plans that would take them to implement the mother plan, step by step to be one the few countries that reach high level of development in a short period.
This just is the result of the procedures that have taken place throughout the different aspects, like creating a new federation called Malaysia in cooperation with the neighborhood, increasing their exports and developing this to
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Employment which will increase as a result for the manufacturing process that requires more employees to have the work done.
Environmental changes that depends on the logging quantity and how the manufactured goods would reserve the forests for more years.
Ethnic groups which formulate the Malaysian society and how it is really important to create a cohesive society to reach the overall goals.
Critic of other options

Options

Economic
Strategy

Employment

Environmental

Ethnic Groups

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1) Exporting
Manufactured
Goods

High revenues

Employment opportunities raised

More environmental friendly option

2) Exporting
Raw Materials

Less level of revenues Employment
Would result in opportunities environmental would decrease catastrophes due to the forests destroying Dealing with foreign investors and attracting foreign employees
Same rates of each group would probably be the result

Proof of remaining options
As a proof of what we have considered in our analysis, we will address to each characteristic of our criteria.
Economic strategy: Leads to an increase in the country’s economy by having more revenues from manufactured goods exporting compared to raw material exporting.
Employment: The low wages that resulted in more foreign investments, lead to the industry increase of Malaysian’s semiconductor by 20% a

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