Malaysia's Vision 2000 economic development plan emphasizes the role of improved education, particularly in the manufacturing sectors, in improving the country's standard of living. Malaysia's skill-driven educational system and robust infrastructure have helped its GNP grow by 8-10% annually since the early 1990s. However, Malaysia's main problem in terms of its educational thrust is the lack of qualified teachers for international training programs.
Lessons from Malaysia
71.7 (Oct. 1996): p37.
Source Citation (MLA 8th Edition)
Buskirk, Don. "Lessons from Malaysia." Techniques, vol. 71, no. 7, 1996, p. 37. Academic OneFile, go.galegroup.com%2Fps%2Fi.do%3Fp%3DAONE%26sw%3Dw%26u%3Dlftla_pultch%26v%3D2.1%26id%3DGALE%257CA19365800%26it%3Dr%26asid%3D0c7d8a39d5d77f7316749a9ade334a90. Accessed 22 Jan. 2017.
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