Malaysia’s economy has proven resilient to global headwinds, but more can be done to boost innovation, raise productivity and shift to a more sustainable growth path that will boost living standards for all, according to two new reports from the OECD.
The first OECD Economic Assessment of Malaysia, to be published on Friday 11 November, analyses the country’s rapid economic growth since the 1970s, its more recent resilience in the face of severe global headwinds, as well as steps that can be taken to ensure stronger and more inclusive growth in the future.
Lors d'une cérémonie tenue ce jour au siège de l'OCDE à Paris, le Burkina Faso, la Malaisie, Saint Kitts et Nevis, Saint Vincent et les Grenadines et Samoa ont signé la Convention multilatérale concernant l'assistance administrative mutuelle en matière fiscale, portant à 103 le nombre de juridictions participantes.
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Economic Outlook for Southeast Asia, China and India 2016 – press release malay
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: This Symposium addressed cutting-edge issues to further integrate financial education and financial consumer protection policies with a view to enhancing financial well-being and to address the challenges and identify solutions in delivering effective financial education.
Increasing tax revenues and ensuring sustainable domestic resource mobilisation will be critical as emerging Asian economies seek to boost the provision of public goods and services and improve economic growth and living standards.
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4-page policy note detailing the key results and recommendations from OECD Trade Policy Paper 179 on the Participation of Developing Countries in Global Value Chains.