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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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Asean Affairs presents a symposium on Malaysia’s ambitious drive to transform itself into a high-income economy through a new wave of social-economic reforms, critical issues facing the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) less than five years before the advent of an Asean Economic Community, and the evolution of US-Asean relationship, etc. Opinions and insights on the topics came from exclusive interviews given to Asean Affairs by Malaysia’s top executives from the government and private sector organisations, as well as diplomats and global analysts who participated in the 7th Asean Leadership Forum in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia early April.

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34 7th Asean Leadership Forum : Event Highlights View Sample

36 Who’s Who : Biographies  View Sample

39 On the Fast Track :  View Sample
MALAYSIA’S TRADE LIBERALISATION

Dato Sri Mustapa Mohamed,
Minister of International Trade & Industry, Malaysia

40 BUILDING AN AFFLUENT MALAYSIA 
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Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Dr. Jeffrey Cheah,
Chairman, Sunway Group & ASLI Malaysia
Tan Sri Ramon Navaratnam,
Group Adviser, Sunway Group,
Dato’ Sri Jamaludin Ibrahim,
Managing Director /Axiata Group Berhad, Malaysia
Dato’ Michael Yeoh,
CEO, Asian Strategy & Leadership Institute (ASLI)
Rajiv Biswas,
Director, Southeast Asia, Corporate Network, Economist Intelligence Unit, The Economist, Singapore.
Dato’ Mohamed Iqbal Rawther,
Vice President, ASEAN Business Forum,

46 DOING BUSINESS IN MALAYSIA  View Sample

Dr. Guenter Georg,
German Ambassador to Malaysia
Stuart Dean,
President, GE Asean Smarter Malaysia
Ramanathan Sathiamutty,
Managing Director, IBM Malaysia Sdn Bhd
Geoffrey Briscoe,
Managing Director, BMW Group Malaysia

54  Malaysia Automotive Industry :
IS NEM A WAY FORWARD FOR ASEAN’S
PASSENGER CAR HUB? 
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 Datuk Aishah Ahmad,
President, Malaysian Automotive Association

56 RIDING THE BOOM IN LOW-COST TRAVEL  View Sample

Dato’ Tony Fernandes,
CEO, AirAsia Sdn Bhd

58 ASEAN: THE WAY FORWARD View Sample

H.E. Secretary Annabelle T. Abaya,
Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process
(OPAPP), Government of the Republic of the Philippines
Tunku Zain Abidin Tuanku Muhriz,
President of the Institute for Democracy and Economic
Affairs, Malaysia
and Rajiv Biswas, Ramon Navaratnam,
Jamaludin Ibrahim, Mohamed Iqbal Rawther,
Jeffrey Cheah, Michael Yeoh

66 ASEAN AND THE EMERGENCE OF A NEW TRADE LANDSCAPE  View Sample

Mirzan Mahathir,
Founder and President, Asian Strategy & Leadership Institute (ASLI), Malaysia
Datuk Nicholas Zefferys,
President, American Malaysian Chamber of Commerce

70Featured Companies  View Sample
CAPTURING GROWING OPPORTUNITIES

Mr. Khairussaleh Ramli,
Chief Financial Officer, Malayan Banking Berhad, Malaysia

 

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