Malaysian development and the private sector

Appleyard, David
January 2005
Power Economics;1/11/2005, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p5
The article focuses on the government policy on liberalization and power sector reforms in Malaysia and its effect on the country's infrastructure development. The government of Malaysia has consistently encouraged private investors, including foreign companies to invest in the power sector, particularly in electricity generation. However, it is noted that since beginning market liberalization more than a decade ago, the Malaysian electricity sector is still coming to terms with the role of private enterprise.


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