Economic progress needs more than just infrastructure

  • Business
  • Saturday, 15 Sep 2012

Peshawaria: ‘It is people, people, people… at the end of the day, the competitiveness of a country depends on its human talent.’

Malaysia has always placed great emphasis on upgrading and developing its infrastructure facilities such as telecommunications, utilities transport and smart buildings to improve productivity and enhance economic competitiveness.

But putting the right infrastructure in place is just one half of the equation in economic development.

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