[아시아지역론] 말레이시아의 산업정책(영문)에 대한 자료입니다.
Ⅵ. Sport industry of Malaysia
1. Traditional Sport of Malaysia
A. Wau Bulan
B. Dragon Dance
C. Sepak Takraw
2. Famous Sport of Malaysia
3. Golf industry of Malaysia
4. Let’s export NaB golf to Malaysia
Ⅱ. Tourism Industry of Malaysia
1. Major Beautiful Places in Malaysia
2. Theme Tourism
3. Various Festivals in Malaysia
(1) Gawai Dayak Festival
(2) Deepavali Festival
(3) Chinese New Year
4. Recent Issues with Korea
(1) President Lee visited Malaysia in December 2010.
(2) "Top 5 South Korea aimed at market diversification likely marketing"
Ⅲ. Healthcare Industry of Malaysia
1. A Leader of Medical Tourism Market in Asia
(1) Slower growth
(2) New markets
(3) Competition buster
(4) Medical tourism hub
2. Medical Tourism in Malaysia
(1) Healthcare System in Malaysia
(2) Top Hospitals in Malaysia for Medical Tourism
(3) Statistics of Medical Tourism in Malaysia
3. How about Korea?
(1) Korea’s Medical Tourism, a Rising Star in Asia
Ⅳ. IT Industry of Malaysia
2. The endeavor for IT industry
1) VISION 2020
3. E-Goverment of Malaysia
Ⅴ. Agriculture of Malaysia
I. National Agriculture Policy (NAP) of Malaysia
1. 1st National Agriculture Policy (1984-1991)
2. 2nd National Agriculture Policy (1992-1998)
3. 3rd National Agriculture Policy (1998-2010)
II. Fruit Trade & Quality and Food Safety in Malaysia
1. Fruit Trade
2. Quality and Food Safety
In the Second World War the Japanese army invaded and subsequently occupied Malaya, Sabah, Sarawak, and Singapore for over three years. During this time, ethnic tensions were raised and nationalism grew. Popular support for independence increased after Malaya was reconquered by Allied Forces. Post-war British plans to unite the administration of Malaya under a single crown colony called the Malayan Union met with strong opposition from the Malays, who opposed the weakening of the Malay rulers and the granting of citizenship to the ethnic Chinese. The Malayan Union, established in 1946 and consisting of all the British possessions in the Malay peninsula with the exception of Singapore, was dissolved in 1948 and replaced by the Federation of Malaya, which restored the autonomy of the rulers of the Malay states under British protection. During this time, rebels under the leadership of the Malayan Communist Party launched guerrilla operations designed to force the British out of Malaya. The Malayan Emergency lasted from 1948 to 1960, and involved a long anti-insurgency campaign by Commonwealth troops in Malaya. In 1963 Malaya, along with the then British crown colonies of Sabah, Sarawak, and Singapore, federated to form Malaysia. The proposed date of federation was 31 August 1963, however, the date was delayed until 16 September 1963 due to opposition from Indonesia's Sukarno and the Sarawak United Peoples' Party.
Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur, where Independence Day is celebrated on 31 August each year.Independence brought heightened tensions including a conflict with Indonesia over the formation of Malaysia, Singapore's eventual exit in 1965, and racial strife which caused the 13 May race riots in 1969. After the riots, the controversial New Economic Policy was launched by Prime Minister Tun Abdul Razak, trying to increase the share of the economy held by the bumiputra. The country has since maintained a delicate ethno-political balance, with a system of government that has attempted to combine overall economic development with political and economic policies that promote equitable participation of all races.
Under Mahathir bin Mohamad there was a period of rapid economic growth and urbanization beginning in the 1980s. This period saw a shift from an agriculture-based economy to one based on manufacturing and industry. The physical landscape of the country changed with the emergence of numerous mega-projects, such as the Petronas Towers, the North-South Expressway, the Multimedia Super Corridor, and the new federal administrative capital of Putrajaya. In the late 1990s, Malaysia was shaken by the Asian financial crisis as well as political unrest caused by the sacking of the deputy prime minister Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim. In November 2007, the country was rocked by two anti-government rallies. They were precipitated by allegations of corruption and discrepancies in the election system that heavily favoured the ruling political party, National Front, which had been in power since Malaysia achieved its independence in 1957.
Malaysia is a federal constitutional elective monarchy. The head of state is the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, commonly referred to as the "King". The Yang di-Pertuan Agong is elected to a five-year term by and from amongst the nine hereditary rulers of the Malay states; the other four states, which have titular Governors, do not participate in the selection. By informal agreement the position is systematically rotated between the nine. The system of