What's ahead for Malaysia?: contemporary challenges and emerging trends
Malaysian society has changed drastically since attaining Independence in 1957. This book looks at the state of the society today, the major challenges the nation is currently confronting, the possible response s or solutions to these challenges - and what to expect in the years ahead. Besides delving into the various aspects of Malaysian society, it also dissects the concept of a knowledge-based economy - and what it takes to transform the Malaysian economy into one - and the challenges arising from the pressures of globalization.
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