Many activities and initiatives have taken place in our bid to drive the country towards a high-income nation by the year 2020. Correspondingly, the government has endevoured to streamline and mainstream Science and Technology (S&T) into nation building has been able to galvanise whilst complimenting the various initiatives and stimulating the ecosystem
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This booklet is a compilation of selected reports relating to the future of innovation in Malaysia. It is centred on the OECD Reviews of Innovation Policy – Malaysia 2016.
The purpose of this report is to disseminate information and update the industry players on the industry performance, issues and challenges and the initiatives undertaken by the various parties to grow and advance the industry.
This book is to commemorate the 20 years of these partnerships. A tribute to great partnership between MIGHT and its stakeholders – an enduring legacy for the future.
The Malaysian Rail Supporting Industry Roadmap 2030 has been prepared as a guideline for the development of this industry to complement the growing rail transportation industry. The plan identifies key initiatives for the transformation of the local rail industry into a strong and sustainable business, capable of satisfying the demands of the national rail transportation and turning Malaysia into a competitive global player that optimises the use of indigenous resources and technologies by 2030
This Malaysian Solar Industry Report 2012/2013 was prepared by MIGHT based on the local Solar Industry Survey (email@example.com) conducted in 2012 and industry and market
intelligence. This Report has benefited from the support and assistance of the Sustainable Energy Development Authority of Malaysia (SEDA) and the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA). We also wish to acknowledge the contributions and valuable inputs from the Malaysian PV Industry Association (MPVA), the Malaysian PV Manufacturers Association (MPMA) and the solar MNCs to this Report. This report has also obtained valuable insights and comments from other key stakeholders from the government, industry and academia.