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Review of economic performance in Malaysia: 1996-2000. Malaysia as a newly industrializing country (NIC) that suffered severe economic consequences because of the Southeast Asian economic crisis in 1997. Economic output of Malaysia's performance; real & nominal GDP. GDP. Investment & consumption. The country's international economic position. Monetary measures. Statistics. 12 Exhibits.
From the Paper:"This research presents a review of the recent performance and status of the Malaysian economy. Malaysia is a newly industrializing country (NIC) that suffered severe economic consequences because of the economic crisis that hit East Asia and Southeast Asia in 1997. NICs are not the same as transitional economies. Transitional economies are those economies that are in a state of transition from command economy (socialist) status to market economy status. Neither are NICs developing economies because their levels of economic development allowed them to move up to NIC status (Sercovich, 1999).
The economic problems that confronted Southeast Asian..."
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Malaysian Economy (2003, April 13) Retrieved May 24, 2016, from http://www.academon.com/research-paper/malaysian-economy-24178/
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