Industrialising Malaysia: Policy, Performance, Prospects

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imposition of so-called free markets on the World Bank/IMF model. The question confronting Malaysia in the 1990s is not whether the bureaucracy is technically capable of formulating a growth-oriented industrial policy; rather it is whether the bureaucracy is sufficiently above rentier and ethnic politics to be able to implement such an industrial policy.


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