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Malaysia’s New Economic Model:
Risks and Rewards
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AseanAffairs Magazine May - June 2010
CONTENT • BEYOND ASEAN 
• ASEAN BAZAAR • FEATURED COMPANIES
ASEAN MANAGEMENT • INSIDE OUT
• ASEAN MONEY • OPINION
• ASEAN TRAVELLER • MALAYSIA IN FOCUS

Prime Minister Najib Razak vows to take Malaysia forward and transform it into a high income nation through economic and social reforms. Initial responses to this ambitious drive are mixed, details are scarce and investors play wait-and-see.Yet, Najib insists he’s got support to push ahead.

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82  Asean Management   View Sample
Revisited: The Bottom of the Pyramid
Rohit Bajoria remembers the great contributions made by the
late Coimbatore Krishnarao Prahalad, a renowned management
thinker and a distinguished professor of the Ross School of
Business, University of Michigan, who showed how to fight
poverty with profitability.

76  Asean Traveller  View Sample
Burma’s Winking Wonder
As the military junta in Burma (also known as Myanmar)
prepares to hold the first election in two decades, a visit to
Shwedagon, the country’s most revered stupa brings back
memories of Myanmar’s long and painful political struggle.

84 Asean in Figures

85 Asean Events

86 Asean Bazaar  View Sample

22 Cover Story     View Sample
An exclusive interview with MalaysianPrime Minister Najib Razak 
Malaysia’s New Economic Model: Risks and Rewards
Prime Minister Najib Razak vows to take Malaysia forward and transform it into a high income nation through economic and social reforms. Initial responses to this ambitious drive are mixed, details are scarce and investors play wait-and-see.Yet, Najib insists he’s got support to push ahead.

12 InsideOut  View Sample
Thai Politics:
Inside the Multi-Coloured Democracy

The power struggle in Thailand persists after fatal clashes and mysterious grenade blasts. The road map, an overture from the embattled Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva, seems inadequate for the red shirt protesters and unacceptable for the yellow shirts, either. Will the reluctant generals finally intervene?

72 Beyond Asean  View Sample
Asean-Korea Center:
A Vehicle to Help Maximise the FTA

Young Jai Cho, Secretary-General of Asean-Korea Center, in an exclusive interview with AseanAffairs, reaffirms the commitment made by the center to help both Asean and Republic of Korea make the most out of the free trade agreement between the parties.

80 Opinion   View Sample
“Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?”
The Anonymous American took yet another shot at what
remains the world’s biggest economy, exploring among
other things, what has brought the United States to its present economic debacle.

18 Asean Money  View Sample
The Need for Financial Reforms in US
Paul A. Ebeling, Jnr. joins those calling for the US authorities to take a decisive action against the banks, and laments what he sees as the wrong way President Obama has chosen to stop abuses in the US banks.

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