Malaysia is on track to achieve developed status – Najib

Prime Minister of Malaysia Najib Tun Razak declared in his blog today that Malaysia is on schedule to achieving a developed nation status and on target to become a high-income nation.

The Prime Ministers statement is bold considering Malaysians households this year lost 116 billion ringgit or more than fiver per cent of their total wealth.

Najib is confident that the Government transformation Program unveiled in 2010 by him will have been implemented in order to reach the 2020 vision in achieving developed nation status, and thus the Nation Transformation 2050 (TN50) will chart the country’s direction thereafter. 

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“As we are nearing 2020, Malaysia needs a new platform to continue striving to develop the country.”

“We are surely not going to start planning in 2020. We have to start now.”

The TN50 was announced by Najib in October of this year to form a calibre nation with a new mindset. He encouraged the youth of all races to drive the initiative, bestowing the responsibility under Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin to engage the younger demographic.

“I wish to invite the young generation to join me in planning the nation’s future.

“I am convinced that our young people have many ideas and much energy to carry on the struggle to make Malaysia a progressive and competitive nation,” he said on najibrazak.com.

The Malaysian ringgit has experienced a free fall this year but despite the volatility in currency, gross domestic product grew 4.3% between July and September when compared to the same quarter last year, beating expectations.

 



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Prime Minister of Malaysia Najib Tun Razak declared in his blog today that Malaysia is on schedule to achieving a developed nation status and on target to become a high-income nation. The Prime Ministers statement is bold considering Malaysians households this year lost 116 billion ringgit or more than fiver per cent of their total wealth. Najib is confident that the Government transformation Program unveiled in 2010 by him will have been implemented in order to reach the 2020 vision in achieving developed nation status, and thus the Nation Transformation 2050 (TN50) will chart the country's direction thereafter.  "As we...

Prime Minister of Malaysia Najib Tun Razak declared in his blog today that Malaysia is on schedule to achieving a developed nation status and on target to become a high-income nation.

The Prime Ministers statement is bold considering Malaysians households this year lost 116 billion ringgit or more than fiver per cent of their total wealth.

Najib is confident that the Government transformation Program unveiled in 2010 by him will have been implemented in order to reach the 2020 vision in achieving developed nation status, and thus the Nation Transformation 2050 (TN50) will chart the country’s direction thereafter. 

20140117030944_mbe2

“As we are nearing 2020, Malaysia needs a new platform to continue striving to develop the country.”

“We are surely not going to start planning in 2020. We have to start now.”

The TN50 was announced by Najib in October of this year to form a calibre nation with a new mindset. He encouraged the youth of all races to drive the initiative, bestowing the responsibility under Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin to engage the younger demographic.

“I wish to invite the young generation to join me in planning the nation’s future.

“I am convinced that our young people have many ideas and much energy to carry on the struggle to make Malaysia a progressive and competitive nation,” he said on najibrazak.com.

The Malaysian ringgit has experienced a free fall this year but despite the volatility in currency, gross domestic product grew 4.3% between July and September when compared to the same quarter last year, beating expectations.

 



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