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Malaysia's Agricultural Transformation - A Success, but Work Still Needed

Samuel Taffesse, Senior Agriculture Economist, World Bank Group

25-Nov-19 07:45

Malaysia's Agricultural Transformation - A Success, but Work Still Needed

While the World Bank has lauded Malaysia's agricultural transformation as a success story, there's still room to improve. While the government has been pivotal in setting the direction, diversifying crops and developing the value chains, there is work still yet to be done to take the sector forward and take the country to high-income status.

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