Empowering civil service with private sector alliances


FROM investments to internationalisation, TVET to transportation, and everything in between, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has called for greater public-private partnership to spur Malaysia’s development.

Globally, in countries like Singapore, Finland, and Germany, effective public-private partnerships have contributed to them being global leaders in areas such as education, public housing, governance, finance, and technical and vocational industries.

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Danial Rahman

Danial Rahman

Danial Rahman has education close to his heart. He tweets at @danial_ari and welcomes feedback at danialrahman0330@gmail.com.

   

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