Export Development Policy and its Impact on Economic Growth in Malaysia Period (1990 - 2014)
Volume 38, Issue 122, Pages 139-154
AbstractEconomic growth is one of the most important indicators of the well-being and prosperity of society. Foreign trade plays an active role in various fields and exports play a fundamental role as an engine of economic growth. Exports are therefore important in foreign trade because they play an important role in the competitiveness of international markets. Asian countries began implementing a new strategy after the economic crises (1997, 2001 and 2008), including Malaysia, which depends on reducing the role of the public sector in the management of development processes and introducing structural changes in accelerating economic growth and not relying on a specific type of exports modern and sophisticated. The research aims to identify the impact of export development on economic growth in Malaysia for the period 1990-2014. The hypothesis of research is that the development of exports has positive effects on economic growth in the long run based on a set of policies and mechanisms to implement them. Data from official sources and Internet sites, as well as using the theoretical and quantitative method of analysis to arrive at a set of results and proposals.
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