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2006-2015 Table 5: Gross Domestic Product by Kind of Economic Activity (Sector). 2006-2015 Table 14: Enrolment in Higher Education Institutions by Levels of Study. 2006-2015 358 360 361 362 364 APPENDIX 2: PROGRESS AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF NINTH MALAYSIA PLAN. 2006-2010 Table 2: World Economic Outlook.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 357 APPENDICES APPENDIX 1: STATISTICAL TABLES Table 1: Ninth Malaysia Plan: Key Economic Indicators. by Kind of Economic Activity Table 7: Balance of Payments. 2006-2015 365 373 374 375 376 378 380 382 384 (Sector). 2006-2015 Table 13: Student Enrolment in Public Education Institutions. 2006-2015 Table 10: Population Size and Age Structure. 2006-2015 Table 3: Contribution of Factors of Production. 2006-2015 Table 12: Employment by Major Occupational Group. 2006-2015 Table 9: Consolidated Public Sector Account. 2006-2015 Table 11: Employment by Sector. 2006-2010 386 393 396 404 412 Thrust 1: Moving the Economy Up the Value Chain Thrust 2: Raising the Capacity for Knowledge and Innovation and Nurture ‘First-Class Mentality’ and Productively Thrust 3: Addressing Persistent Socio-economic Inequalities Constructively Thrust 4: Improving the Standard and Sustainability of Quality of Life Thrust 5: Strengthening the Institutional and Implementation Capacity . 2006-2015 Table 8: Federal Government Financial Position. 2006-2015 Table 4: Gross National Income by Category. 2006-2015 Table 6: Gross Domestic Product for States.

3 4.8 4.0 .7 6.4 4.866 7.0 5.420 8.3 -5.8 6.439 26.6 7.256 13.2 3.a.8 6.6 5.3 8.285 18.256 13.977 6.0 Estimate 2006-2010 4.4 -1.1 -0.4 8.9 7.4 6.5 3.8 6.a.8 7.2 Actual 2006-2008 5.977 25.5 1.8 2.0 -0.740 26.1 2.358 Appendix 1: Table 1 Ninth Malaysia Plan: Key Economic Indicators.a.4 1.) Agriculture Mining and Quarrying Manufacturing Construction Services 4.7 8.2 7.0 9.8 2.4 -0.8 3.1 5.0 9.711 9.4 -1.0 5.7 8.) Domestic Aggregate Demand Private Expenditure Consumption Investment Public Expenditure Consumption Investment External Sector Exports of Goods and Services Imports of Goods and Services Supply Side (% growth p.760 13.6 4.9 5.9 4.4 3.7 6.7 3.5 1.6 -0.9 8.1 4.6 5.3 2.5 2.2 7.4 8.8 29.420 8.) Per Capita Income (in current prices)1 RM US$ Purchasing Power Parity (US$) Demand Side (% growth p.8 1.7 Estimate 2009-2010 2.1 4.6 3.4 4. 2006-2010 9th MP Item Target 2006-2010 Real GDP (% growth p.

) Producer Price Index (% p.8 -40.8 3.3 2.217 11.a.1 12.7 129.775 3.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 359 9th MP Item Target 2006-2010 External Trade (% growth p.023 3.3 -40.a.6 11.8 -21.1 38.6 7.8 7.4 9.4 6.2 145.7 -2.3 -5.4 170.6 -4.9 109.8 3. net SOurce : Economic Planning Unit and Department of Statistics Malaysia .6 0.9 -3.0 1.775 3.9 109.1 3.) Gross Exports Gross Imports Balance of Payments (RM billion)2 Goods Services Income Current Account Balance % to GNI Savings (% to GNI) Federal Government Deficit (RM billion)1 % to GDP Consumer Price Index (% p.3 -19.0 145.2 -35.7 6.4 95.968 11.3 -19.4 37.3 -5.3 1.a.6 36.3 12.2 2.2 3.7 11.1 3.4 -2.2 14.0 1.407 12.577 3.2 -23.6 -27.6 134.6 33.4 -0.2 14.5 18.3 Estimate 2006-2010 Actual 2006-2008 Estimate 2009-2010 Note : 1 end period 2 end period.) Labour and Employment Labour Force ('000)1 Employment ('000)1 Unemployment Rate (%) 12.217 11.

4 9.6 13.3 2.3 Growth Rate (%) 2008 3.4 5.7 -12.0 81.4 2.2 7.5 -6.7 6.5 6.8 3.2 12.5 1.4 9.6 2.3 Average Annual Growth Rate (%) 2006-2010 3.360 Table 2 World Economic Outlook.9 2.6 10.2 2.5 23.4 1. April 2010.0 14.2 4.7 -8.7 8.2 9.2 6.1 4.6 -3.0 7.2 2. 2006-2015 Item 2006 World Output Advanced Economies Emerging Economies and Developing Countries 5.1 78.4 23.9 74.7 3.6 2.2 2011-2015 4.0 5.4 6.7 8.2 69.8 4.0 -10.6 8.9 6.3 6.4 -11.4 7.0 0.6 10.7 5.6 19.7 12.5 3.2 1.9 8.8 -18.1 7.5 125.8 1.3 9.9 2007 5.5 2.6 World Trade Volume Imports Advanced Economies Emerging Economies and Developing Countries Exports Advanced Economies Emerging Economies and Developing Countries World Prices Manufactures Non-fuel Primary Commodities Oil Per Barrel (US$) Growth (%) Consumer Prices Advanced Economies Emerging Economies and Developing Countries 1 8.2 1.3 8.1 2009 -0. International Monetary Fund.1 6.0 -8.2 2.5 6. Bloomberg and various sources .0 -1.1 3.4 2010 4.0 59.2 1.5 1.7 6.0 2.2 0.8 7.6 5.6 6.4 7.1 5.9 4.5 -51.0 6.8 0.7 60.6 8.7 2.1 Note : 1 West Texas Intermediate crude oil prices SOurce : World Economic Outlook.8 8.0 5.2 90.

5 30.2 35.7 34.4 1.5 24.1 1.2 2.5 37.0 2. the portion which is accounted for by increases in labour and capital SOurce : Economic Planning Unit .8 6.3 2.7 28.7 100.2 1.3 100.1 4.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 361 Table 3 Contribution of Factors of Production.0 38.0 Note : 1 Total Factor Productivity (TFP) is estimated using the Cobb-Douglas production function by subtracting from total growth.4 100.5 1.3 1.0 2. 2006-2015 9th MP Original Target Item Contribution to Growth (%) Share of GDP (%) Contribution to Growth (%) Share of GDP (%) Achieved 10th MP Target Contribution to Growth (%) Share of GDP (%) Real GDP TFP1 Capital Labour 6.0 36.0 34.

712 276.834 54.993 151.139 55.393 80.0 8.449 411.698 176.9 6.061 65.289 2010 440.411 334.6 10.190 177.998 79.894 278.263 76.122 95.603 92. 2006-2015 RM million (in current with 2000 prices in italics) Average Annual Growth Rate (%) Estimate Target Item Actual Estimate Target 9th MP 10th MP 20112015 11.8 8.175 95.072 96.484 70.605 448.332 Investment 57.4 4.220 -708 -427 20062010 8.9 7.157 1.330 429.5 5.613 1.346 93.629 295.722 257 2007 369.716 72.531 72.074 51.964 341.427 83.538 Public Expenditure 125.1 5.358 -14.321 2.938 10 -770 2008 414.918 74.8 8.948 Investment 62.609 61.872 65.8 7.4 6.424 130.532 200.049 331.413 157.669 71.5 6.532 245.7 9.617 318.813 140.670 58.486 Consumption 258.959 107.435 2012 545.557 996 2015 768.280 230.319 78.811 139.750 73.396 65.9 6.039 153.7 16.683 112.544 Consumption 68.197 -1.2 4.7 4.406 64.076 293.9 5.906 367.800 82.040 255.212 119.599 71.212 Change in Stocks -1.0 - 2006 Private Expenditure 320.365 126.577 62.364 338.588 133.381 61.324 2009 404.452 56.801 63.264 102.492 167.419 286.8 6.2 - .204 115.270 93.080 351.571 615.155 52.2 12.4 8.513 340.816 53.594 531.685 -4.362 Table 4 Gross National Income by Category.506 -38.2 2.

0 16.2 11.065 482.701 23.163 766.303 552.6 13.200 493.009 Per Capita Income (in current prices) RM US$ Resource Balance Position (% to GNI) Savings Investment Resource Balance 38.5 33.255 -23.336 559.975 -24.768 887.5 22.117 -23.250 Net factor payments -17.751 9.256 30.517 -13.113 6.3 20.443 514.8 16.294 -20.373 628.0 4.382 614.526 706.8 8.7 10.370 624.968 -23.547 1.0 19.007.764 26.989 717.655 8.099 642.172 545.639 -22.095 732.450 826.4 8.2 10.114 740.0 14.183.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 363 RM million (in constant 2000 prices) Average Annual Growth Rate (%) Estimate Target Item Actual Estimate Target 9th MP 10th MP 20112015 10.574 620.760 23.885 720.544 574.907 530.605 716.780 -33.181 655.151 694.420 8.845 12.815 585.0 8.605 594.691 679.984 -23.866 7.115 884.784 539.156.3 22.3 19.588 858.441 475.139 746.2 6.6 9.914 5.7 16.048 498.1 31.320 596.4 9.4 2.689 665.3 38.7 14.5 8.341 765.406 -19.1 7.707 -36.9 18.2 38.687 521.4 4.610 38.815 574.841 6.146 455.6 35.1 21.505 590.0 SOurce : Economic Planning Unit and Department of Statistics Malaysia .139 6.655 557.087 1.775 547.8 3.898 911.3 21.030 606.7 23.049 506.6 34.5 36.918 -25.768 1.9 35.3 Gross National Income (GNI) at Purchasers' Prices 557.189.2 12.1 17.724 25.0 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2012 2015 20062010 3.537 508.2 Exports of Goods and Services Imports of Goods and Services Gross Domestic Product at Purchasers' Prices 669.575 638.594 1.6 21.385 526.722 740.2 6.927 488.6 1.192 -14.

7 6.430 39.903 38.238 740. Gas and Water Wholesale & Retail Trade.671 31.6 4.497 41.364 Table 5 Gross Domestic Product by Kind of Economic Activity (Sector).351 40.875 30.234 18.0 5.406 15.794 7.154 14.095 96.875 194.522 147.492 35.752 7.812 43.8 3.318 33.445 521.115 112.818 452.367 63.322 23.341 85.3 1.2 8.857 51.5 71.640 247.659 44. Livestock and Fishing Mining and Quarrying Manufacturing Construction Services Electricity.1 37.885 19.142 44.775 366.850 552.521 506.185 74.538 9.0 6.385 5.1 5.171 16.580 21.177 42.701 42.246 138.321 300.530 39.030 147. Accommodation and Restaurants Transport.412 27.3 5.2 8.187 320.8 5.3 4.295 48.181 89.333 25.809 17.3 7.093 165.873 44.831 153.106 39.212 42.380 38.4 6.823 21.287 475.Financial intermediation services indirectly measured SOurce : Economic Planning Unit and Department of Statistics Malaysia .257 15.4 6.1 2006 Agriculture.410 6.488 41.094 41.2 6.184 30.7 2.0 Note : 1 FISIM . Storage and Communications Finance.526 80. Real Estate and Business Services Government Services Other Services Less : Undistributed FISIM1 Plus : Import Duties Gross Domestic Product at Purchasers' Prices 2007 2008 2009 2010 2012 2015 20062010 3.7 3.330 103.099 14.992 40.7 7.737 19.707 272.673 620. Forestry.089 16.559 48.0 -0.872 6.2 4.893 35.881 151.547 143.152 132.750 65.406 18.607 5. Insurance.839 530.221 19.099 28.379 88.828 41.191 81.704 17.4 5.505 41.366 292. 2006-2015 RM million (in constant 2000 prices) Average Annual Growth Rate (%) Estimate Target Item Actual Estimate Target 9th MP 10th MP 20112015 3.743 82.882 44.253 33.555 15.252 20.523 38.5 1.436 6.250 8.154 15.3 3.143 37.

5 7.316 3.7 1.385 64 1.293 5.3 2007 2008 2009 2010 2012 2015 20062010 4.3 5.5 3.2 2.0 7.133 15.1 1.342 9.4 2.496 52 1.8 3.125 20.109 23.891 29.8 7.344 64 1.119 51.6 5.824 25 503 6.7 5.230 6.3 6.224 27.845 12.700 33.152 16.728 27 591 6.859 4.6 4.394 22.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 365 Table 6 Gross Domestic Product for States by Kind of Economic Activity (Sector).4 6.492 8.682 18.0 KEDAH Agriculture Mining and Quarrying Construction Manufacturing Services Total Growth (%) 1.8 1.954 17.675 25 559 5.002 50.5 1.3 1.9 6.939 56 1.384 23.0 5.767 58.804 10.684 7.404 69.153 0.6 4.308 62 2.260 29 750 9.1 6.8 5.285 25.229 26.877 16.2 0.729 25 474 7.998 10.356 18.705 59 1.6 .041 3.192 18.1 6.7 5.5 5.714 5.125 48.868 -2.001 -0.870 28 676 7.919 19.934 41.420 8.427 18.187 7.3 4.608 5.136 8.7 -2.8 1.468 46.412 18.198 48.9 6.6 4.556 22 427 6.0 2.389 17.1 3.7 3. 2006-2015 RM million (in constant 2000 prices) Average Annual Growth Rate (%) Estimate Forecast State/Item Actual Estimate Forecast 9th MP 10th MP 20112015 2006 JOHOR Agriculture Mining and Quarrying Construction Manufacturing Services Total Growth (%) 4.142 8.846 59 2.018 21.

454 5.788 9.6 4.263 8.9 6.2 5.0 5.1 1.599 17.3 MELAKA Agriculture Mining and Quarrying Construction Manufacturing Services Total Growth (%) 514 9 252 6.931 8.273 6.144 6.7 7.238 10.3 5.3 .874 8.263 4.935 14.6 600 10 335 6.075 13.857 6.846 5.699 5.425 14.913 16 138 400 6.281 0.4 -2.7 7.1 658 10 389 6.4 591 9 351 7.8 7.9 3.0 6.385 3.9 2.8 699 9 449 9.383 9.002 7.1 1.0 635 9 392 7.327 -0.804 13 189 417 7.996 15 205 456 8.883 6.3 6.1 1.5 561 10 372 6.895 6.672 8.366 RM million (in constant 2000 prices) Average Annual Growth Rate (%) Estimate Forecast State/Item Actual Estimate Forecast 9th MP 10th MP 20112015 2006 Kelantan Agriculture Mining and Quarrying Construction Manufacturing Services Total Growth (%) 1.512 20.5 4.9 4.8 5.9 1.020 6.599 13.4 0.6 4.3 4.136 13.3 5.7 7.091 8.485 15.880 16 129 369 6.4 2007 2008 2009 2010 2012 2015 20062010 1.340 16 239 525 11.759 5.332 7.963 11.7 1.839 16 180 405 7.5 -5.846 9.2 2.1 4.625 14 144 353 5.576 6.

238 18.777 2.781 28.981 23.292 19 485 9.852 -1.973 19.744 9.361 14 508 9.916 28 684 8.963 8.290 13.6 7.3 4.2 3.449 19.291 9.2 6.182 7.4 6.187 19 385 9.0 5.2 2007 2008 2009 2010 2012 2015 20062010 1.1 1.8 1.886 20.6 4.8 4.3 2.463 5.0 6.9 1.7 4.358 24.6 6.3 4.792 19.5 4.590 17 619 12.209 5.7 4.009 11.101 -1.379 5.1 3.217 6.309 12.452 15 557 11.959 25.653 5.2 4.579 6.016 13.5 6.064 10.3 3.605 7.338 8.2 -5.849 37 456 7.353 3.4 .185 15.781 7.6 4.421 22.514 32 751 9.637 17.135 34.5 6.990 12.2 3.7 5.3 1.011 34 502 7.9 3.2 7.4 6.3 3.226 17 370 9.2 -6.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 367 RM million (in constant 2000 prices) Average Annual Growth Rate (%) Estimate Forecast State/Item Actual Estimate Forecast 9th MP 10th MP 20112015 2006 NEGERI SEMBILAN Agriculture Mining and Quarrying Construction Manufacturing Services Total Growth (%) 1.214 27 460 7.411 22.8 5.848 7.222 19 421 9.309 34 599 7.143 28.609 25 628 7.140 23.719 7.7 PAHANG Agriculture Mining and Quarrying Construction Manufacturing Services Total Growth (%) 4.4 1.443 6.

9 0.1 5.935 5.348 15.4 6.890 3.944 85 642 5.0 757 19 95 333 1.0 4.765 18.780 3.658 30.490 84 739 6.393 2.931 5.733 79 565 5.6 830 19 64 328 1.8 7.146 76 680 5.136 7.8 3.940 6.876 86 448 5.5 PERLIS Agriculture Mining and Quarrying Construction Manufacturing Services Total Growth (%) 710 16 69 323 1.220 29.873 87 425 5.028 3.5 7.5 4.7 2007 2008 2009 2010 2012 2015 20062010 3.368 RM million (in constant 2000 prices) Average Annual Growth Rate (%) Estimate Forecast State/Item Actual Estimate Forecast 9th MP 10th MP 20112015 2006 PERAK Agriculture Mining and Quarrying Construction Manufacturing Services Total Growth (%) 3.861 21.490 24.5 3.5 4.494 2.0 3.1 7.9 2.7 5.518 5.322 28.3 2.630 2.1 1.565 19.3 4.0 778 16 100 349 1.3 -0.6 4.1 5.042 26.915 28.375 -0.238 34.3 7.000 5.9 3.4 5.3 1.805 6.5 .7 823 18 66 301 1.568 41.350 4.3 6.512 3.0 3.011 3.2 5.593 2.1 871 18 110 367 2.6 6.777 25.920 1.042 18 129 469 2.703 2.035 90 777 7.481 17.6 4.2 3.526 6.

3 1.878 5.126 4.816 6.046 13 1.641 918 3.712 22.3 2.227 18.472 20.363 43.5 .9 4.5 5.7 10.7 3.1 -2.4 2007 2008 2009 2010 2012 2015 20062010 799 13 730 24.6 6.286 422 2.545 41.9 870 11 922 24.566 804 2.957 2.3 6.4 3.873 32.415 7.517 12.6 9.9 933 11 1.7 8.9 8.7 7.618 2.607 15.613 14.810 4.562 14.510 7.651 26.576 44.154 32.1 7.0 9.072 19.8 840 13 878 23.633 66.0 SABAH Agriculture Mining and Quarrying Construction Manufacturing Services Total Growth (%) 7.498 4.8 3.6 5.9 824 13 764 25.829 16.616 -0.937 45.7 5.827 7.965 26.034 20.946 855 3.721 10.679 4.333 27.717 46.869 31.046 27.563 5.376 49.170 4.6 3.389 6.868 -1.8 6.312 409 2.529 29.1 4.061 36.608 6.8 4.4 3.8 8.4 4.425 16.744 4.054 4.001 55.2 7.505 29.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 369 RM million (in constant 2000 prices) Average Annual Growth Rate (%) Estimate Forecast State/Item Actual Estimate Forecast 9th MP 10th MP 20112015 2006 PULAU PINANG Agriculture Mining and Quarrying Construction Manufacturing Services Total Growth (%) 786 12 669 23.9 7.797 583 2.078 3.7 7.6 5.6 2.731 24.186 765 2.

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RM million (in constant 2000 prices) State/Item 2006 SARAWAK Agriculture Mining and Quarrying Construction Manufacturing Services Total Growth (%) 7,472 9,295 916 13,429 14,506 45,750 4.3 7,599 10,153 1,061 13,997 15,726 48,702 6.5 7,715 9,689 983 13,865 17,015 49,485 1.6 7,993 9,208 1,200 13,512 18,302 49,641 0.3 8,331 9,490 1,262 14,483 19,525 53,448 7.7 8,729 9,575 1,451 16,101 22,394 61,033 6.6 9,331 10,598 1,579 18,831 27,242 72,445 5.6 Actual 2007 2008 Estimate 2009 2010 Forecast 2012 2015

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SELANGOR Agriculture Mining and Quarrying Construction Manufacturing Services Total Growth (%) 1,605 153 4,680 37,759 53,243 100,529 4.7 1,513 158 5,188 38,298 59,643 107,880 7.3 1,783 160 5,255 40,125 65,543 116,883 8.3 1,737 155 6,260 37,801 69,858 113,999 -2.5 1,762 146 6,581 39,159 73,024 120,186 5.4 1,828 155 7,055 43,754 82,287 131,491 4.2 1,981 158 7,740 52,044 103,043 157,932 7.2 5.9 0.0 7.0 0.9 8.6 4.6 2.4 1.5 3.3 5.9 7.1 5.6

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RM million (in constant 2000 prices) State/Item 2006 TERENGGANU Agriculture Mining and Quarrying Construction Manufacturing Services Total Growth (%) 1,254 16 414 4,442 7,163 13,300 7.0 1,238 15 533 4,790 7,598 14,199 6.8 1,446 17 500 4,741 7,978 14,715 3.6 1,362 19 541 4,559 8,564 14,515 -1.4 1,387 16 567 4,961 9,116 14,762 1.7 1,446 17 703 5,517 10,026 16,693 7.0 1,627 18 783 6,042 12,073 19,436 6.3 Actual 2007 2008 Estimate 2009 2010 Forecast 2012 2015

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3.2 2.9 6.7 4.0 5.8 5.7

WP KUALA LUMPUR Agriculture Mining and Quarrying Construction Manufacturing Services Total Growth (%) 32 24 2,190 4,475 56,153 63,515 8.2 42 27 2,126 4,871 61,644 69,442 9.3 38 27 2,243 4,994 65,405 73,536 5.9 34 27 2,880 4,950 70,377 73,842 0.4 36 24 3,025 5,078 76,085 77,389 4.8 38 22 3,149 5,541 87,967 86,867 6.8 44 24 3,513 6,447 107,360 105,654 6.7 -2.5 -1.3 6.8 3.5 8.1 5.7 4.5 -0.1 3.0 4.9 7.1 6.4

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753 -11.e.e.140 -17.908 -27.294 -306 -16.062 137.400 28.255 -3.399 -607 -14.362 -16.967 1.475 119.139 16.384 -47.552 664. 2006-2015 Goods and Services Goods Exports Imports Services Transportation Travel Other Services Government Transactions n.045 -17.739 96.148 -19.2 -264 -43.112 -8.633 -9.722 -13. 2010 1 n.977 -17.984 -622 -13.255 144.0 -186 -38.111 109.993 627.158 290.138 169.731 22.377 -8.034 32.787 -42.i.094 -43.5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2015 176.208 -22.262 -19.817 -21.831 331.909 -29.249 317.114 -51 -33.376 -576 -23.321 869.639 -1.707 -731 -22.488 605.502 -11.786 -56.134 -84.-not included elsewhere Source : Economic Planning Unit and Department of Statistics Malaysia .4 2008 170.773 163 -15.064 6.5 - 766.693 -440 -17.409 141.846 13.874 -17.939 13.545 18.726 -7.854 -18.192 24.035 102.175 475.203 -39.209 129.040 764 -58.700 10.664 -17.427 25.117 -4.018 -48.038.174 3.190 16.052 -12.058 -50.735 -21.296 335.445 7.918 -2.325 493.6 RM million Estimate 2009 146.715 170.6 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Forecast 2012 163.8 Actual 2007 132.001 -12.277 9.066 852 -8.988 -16.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 373 Table 7 Balance of Payments.1 Income Compensation of Employees Investment Income Current Transfers Current Account Balance % to GNI Capital Account Financial Account Direct Investment Abroad In Malaysia Portfolio Investment Other Investment Official Sector Private Sector Balance on Capital and Financial Account Errors and Omissions Overall Balance BNM International Reserves.086 22.704 -10.182 144 -22.238 606.044 -54 -19.745 554.1 592 -118.412 1.895 34.695 8.754 45.230 12.348 -38.446 -27.i.322 4.322 121.513 18.092 -21.515 -12.163 -19.369 -17.8 -161 -80.504 Notes : As at May 27th.262 -7 -24.230 -19.892 29.392 31.399 7.954 -9.491 -13.019 40.991 -5.960 482.948 5.338 -19.292 590. Net Months of Retained Imports Item 2006 130.032 29.939 -359 -13.620 -80.495 129.556 -64.631 112.382 -28.687 2.501 -26.226 14.067 412.183 6.030 17.018 452.7 2010 146.918 -117.576 160.

6 11.3 0.6 8.9 22.5 20.1 1.3 -5.9 14.3 1.5 41.5 -47.2 18. and other expenditures not classified SOurce : Economic Planning Unit and Ministry of Finance .1 20.0 0.7 6.9 562.4 10.0 46.8 15.6 2008 159.3 2012 176.5 20.8 2010 160.8 306.3 157.7 114.9 14.1 19.4 9.1 - Item 2006 123.8 -19.4 19. asset acquisition.0 461.5 43.7 28.5 247.9 17.8 44.0 1.9 16.2 42.8 483.0 2007 139.8 35.0 0.4 6.4 41.5 18.1 7.4 -7.2 10.9 80.2 204.7 26.8 57.2 31.1 14.6 8.1 16.2 47.5 1.3 15.8 16.0 34.4 49.0 153.1 5.9 390.5 37.1 -3.6 78.0 7.9 69.6 62.5 2015 216.1 50.8 123.1 11.6 21.7 18.7 -3.8 -35.7 50.3 348.8 1.6 6.9 165.3 12.5 9.6 40.5 90.2 23.4 25.8 82.0 12.4 11.2 51.6 27.4 286.3 405.9 7.0 362.6 23.8 7.5 24. refunds and write-offs.5 13.4 -2.2 12.6 10. operating grants to primary and secondary schools.6 16.3 2009 158.4 53.8 147.6 13.374 Table 8 Federal Government Financial Position.6 -4.5 31.7 Current Account Surplus % to GDP Gross Development Expenditure Overall Deficit % to GDP Total Debt % to GDP Domestic Foreign Note : 1 Includes grants and transfers to state governments and grants to statutory bodies 2 Includes scholarships and educational aid.9 2.2 266.6 0.4 0.8 42.8 2.6 15.7 42.5 -33.2 -40.6 3.2 25. 2006-2015 RM billion Actual Estimate Target Revenue Direct Taxes Indirect Taxes Non-Tax Revenue Non-Revenue Receipt Operating Expenditure Emolument Supplies and Services Pensions and Gratuities Debt Service Charges Grants and Transfers1 Subsidies Other Expenditure 2 Average Annual Growth Rate (%) Estimate 9th MP 2006-2010 8.1 6.4 10.9 22.7 9.2 217.0 12.8 7.6 15.9 1.9 14.2 - - - - - - - - - Target 10th MP 2011-2015 6.7 41.1 -3.8 593.5 -3.5 8.8 26.0 6.6 -20.9 49.3 19.9 29.1 36.7 13.1 32.0 0.4 7.2 -35.3 29.0 10.1 52.6 25.9 1.1 53.4 28.6 15.9 8.5 61.0 25.1 12.3 1.7 6.8 45.7 54.3 242.2 49.1 30.9 107.1 42.5 12.8 4.

8 100.8 100.8 96.3 62.4 82.3 143.9 -3.7 -1.5 40.0 166. 2006-2015 Item General Government1 Revenue Operating Expenditure Current Deficit NFPEs Current Surplus Public Sector Current Surplus Development Expenditure General Government NFPEs Overall Public Sector Surplus/Deficit % to GDP 102.8 45.7 -15.7 119.1 142.4 50.2 58.8 -41.9 78.0 -43.1 13.0 -24.4 1.0 126.0 143.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 375 Table 9 Consolidated Public Sector Account.7 178.5 -51.7 135.3 -14.1 Note : 1 General Government comprises the Federal Government.9 -26.3 130.3 44.6 -0.2 166.5 12.5 183.9 152.0 117.6 2006 Actual 2007 2008 RM billion Estimate 2009 2010 Target 2012 2015 121.0 52.4 63.1 216.4 165. State Governments.8 115.7 -1.9 86.7 155.5 73.2 172.5 57.8 -25.5 128.7 -5.1 105.0 -36.7 1.2 65.4 92.5 1.1 140.7 -33.6 188.7 84.1 118. Local Authorities and Statutory Bodies SOurce : Economic Planning Unit and Ministry of Finance .3 110.7 51.6 9.4 64.8 123.7 124.

7 63.3 47.5 25.2 24.8 36.0 48.5 1.2 100.3 2.4 1.0 66.2 2.3 2.9 .2 1.2 7.5 % 26.4 1.8 24.5 7.9 0.2 37.5 2.5 1.2 67.8 18.6 1.3 2006 % Population (million persons) 2007 % 2008 % 2009 27.8 1.4 1.2 6.7 4.3 4.9 37.2 2.8 0.8 2.7 2.4 7.2 1.5 2.64 65 and above Dependency Ratio (%) Median Age (years) Total Fertility Rate (%) Malay Other Bumiputera Chinese Indian Rural (%) Urban (%) 7.2 66.8 6.6 25.9 1.0 65.9 4.3 100.5 7.5 4.9 49.3 100.0 66.0 65.9 25.3 27.8 63.3 1.3 26.3 1. 2006-2015 Item Total Population Citizens Bumiputera Chinese Indian Others Non-Citizens Age Structure 0 .0 6.1 25.8 1.3 1.2 7.7 67.9 36.3 100.1 62.2 28.8 1.7 16.1 2.4 16.2 28.6 1.8 1.6 1.7 18.9 0.8 2.0 25.5 7.0 16.8 17.376 Table 10 Population Size and Age Structure.3 27.5 26.2 29.3 27.0 63.6 25.9 0.3 16.4 26.3 2.8 1.6 50.7 66.5 6.7 2.3 1.8 18.14 15 .1 2.5 7.7 27.2 2.5 2.8 2.

4 2.7 19.3 25.6 2.4 -0.6 63.6 19.4 100.9 2.7 1.6 SoUrce : Economic Planning Unit and Department of Statistics Malaysia .4 28.9 27.8 27.5 17.0 2.6 1.7 28.8 36.4 26.1 2.4 1.6 -2.5 2.5 2.3 1.2 69.6 0.4 2.8 0.1 24.2 63.6 7.2 1.0 6.2 68.14 15 .5 1.9 4.1 10th MP 2011-2015 1.2 7.0 0.7 2.0 24.1 46.4 5.6 2.3 68.4 45.5 1.7 1.8 36.6 44.9 7.6 18.5 6.3 1.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 377 Population (million persons) Item Total Population Citizens Bumiputera Chinese Indian Others Non-Citizens Age Structure 0 .9 3.4 63.5 1.1 28.1 2.5 29.2 1.6 2.2 4.0 66.2 2015 28.1 25.4 100.0 67.0 7.1 2.3 1.8 2010 % 2012 % Average Annual Growth Rate (%) 9th MP % 2006-2010 1.7 36.8 17.0 0.7 1.7 2.9 26.9 1.4 4.1 1.3 7.2 1.8 25.5 6.6 1.9 0.6 -0.3 1.5 1.2 2.0 1.64 65 and above Dependency Ratio (%) Median Age (years) Total Fertility Rate (%) Malay Other Bumiputera Chinese Indian Rural (%) Urban (%) 7.4 1.5 20.4 100.0 66.3 27.7 2.8 0.

392.267.4 27.296.8 6.7 43.3 11.6 765.209.3 758.9 762.8 0.0 11.3 100.4 6.5 3.1 3.4 1. 2006-2015 Industry Thousand Persons 2006 % 2007 % 2008 % 2009 % Estimate 2010 % Agriculture.6 53.0 3.5 3.9 6.773.159.0 0.0 100.0 11.4 1.5 53.6 6.046.5 100.5 3.5 100.6 12.2 1.576.6 52.8 42.0 0.4 6.8 6.5 11.390.0 11.0 3.8 3.4 42.911.214.378 Table 11 Employment by Sector.307.4 3.0 11.8 43.6 51.2 0.3 11.061.5 0.1 12.338.227.5 385.3 3.3 440.4 6.9 1.8 51.620. Livestock and Fishing Mining and Quarrying Manufacturing Construction Services Total Labour Force Unemployed Unemployment Rate (%) 1.8 391.775.9 6.2 12.967.5 12.7 757.0 11.2 755.6 .390.7 443.2 5.9 12.741.1 377.216.9 42.544.0 100.398.389.3 5.6 3.4 28.4 28.2 11. Forestry.4 27.4 28.389.1 12.

5 5.1 SoUrce : Economic Planning Unit and Department of Statistics Malaysia .356.4 2.4 3.792. Livestock and Fishing Mining and Quarrying Manufacturing Construction Services Total Labour Force Unemployed Unemployment Rate (%) 2012 % 2015 % Job Creation (‘000) 9th MP 10th MP Average Annual Growth Rate (%) 9th MP 2006-2010 10th MP 2011-2015 2006-2010 2011-2015 1.3 27.2 0.9 10.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 379 Thousand Persons Industry Estimate Agriculture.6 0.654.6 1.6 134.6 1.3 880.3 3.7 6.3 -0.3 11.6 13.3 0.9 43.8 100.9 3.638.387.1 770.225.7 6.427.2 12.727.2 0.2 54.2 2.6 12.5 -4.2 0. Forestry.4 5.5 0.0 13.6 1.381.6 370.2 43.385.8 751.0 -11.2 2.5 100.4 3.5 11.6 -0.5 0.0 428.3 2.1 0.074.5 7.5 3.5 1.4 27.1 776.8 0.9 55.452.1 435.1 1.

216.7 1.576.7 10.8 1.3 1.515. 2006-2015 Major Occupational Group Senior Officials and Managers Professionals Technicians and Associate Professionals Clerical Workers Service Workers and Shop and Market Sales Workers Skilled Agricultural and Fishery Workers Craft and Related Trade Workers Plant and Machine Operators and Assemblers Elementary Occupations Total Employment Estimate 2006 000' % 2007 000' % 2008 000' % 2009 000' % 2010 000' % 903.6 10.0 11.6 1.7 1.729.4 832.6 941.0 13.231.146.450.475.2 12.7 16.0 100.7 13.7 9.9 1.2 1.5 1.196.0 1.470.7 11.2 1.0 9.8 1.6 7.7 1.115.0 16.1 9.5 100.0 11.1 12.0 14.3 14.846.0 7.117.6 11.9 8.8 11.377.6 1.5 100.3 1.8 1.249.0 8.4 1.9 906.3 100.458.9 10.0 5.8 1.3 1.9 741.159.6 1.3 16.295.8 14.7 1.9 1.0 10.620.2 1.0 .6 12.5 12.0 6.0 11.933.9 16.276.6 1.9 1.7 11.7 1.0 100.620.9 613.7 1.942.1 5.259.2 12.295.8 6.4 671.8 15.3 1.250.2 9.458.3 11.5 11.0 11.398.8 810.3 5.048.2 1.9 10.417.1 1.347.3 1.0 11.917.650.528.495.4 1.1 1.5 11.380 Table 12 Employment by Major Occupational Group.313.3 9.8 1.7 11.773.1 12.142.2 1.1 649.308.4 697.1 7.5 13.9 1.660.

2 1.452.2 155.230.9 22.401.031.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 381 Major Occupational Group Senior Officials and Managers Professionals Technicians and Associate Professionals Clerical Workers Service Workers and Shop and Market Sales Workers Skilled Agricultural and Fishery Workers Craft and Related Trade Workers Plant and Machine Operators and Assemblers Elementary Occupations Total Employment 2012 000’ Target 2015 % 000’ % Job Creation Estimate 000’ % Target 000’ % Average Annual Growth Rate (%) 9th MP 2006-2010 10th MP 2011-2015 1.4 12.3 3.1 6.2 -1.5 1.6 2.2 7.8 -1.225.371.7 15.297.274.8 1.9 827.4 17.6 1.7 20.4 10.6 287.0 13.2 205.9 1.8 1.0 SoUrce : Economic Planning Unit and Department of Statistics Malaysia .256.2 -65.4 1.356.0 880.5 9.0 1.112.9 1.346.8 1.8 2.2 3.362.7 1.3 10.9 2.4 1.9 1.4 8.5 63.9 8.0 9.7 7.0 106.9 10.6 -1.3 1.6 11.248.0 40.4 3.4 114.8 1.272.7 16.4 3.3 2.2 0.7 17.5 10.8 17.5 4.0 1.9 1.9 37.9 23.5 100.3 7.0 332.9 -4.1 10.5 103.6 -193.6 17.0 1.1 142.4 100.2 9.1 10.3 4.6 2.2 32.9 588.9 11.1 62.0 330.1 6.915.5 -8.3 3.3 1.097.0 -2.3 10.5 100.5 -77.9 2.322.8 6.6 100.210.9 -21.000.5 7.4 -133.8 289.3 -9.

346 58.353.769 707.325 1.382 Table 13 Student Enrolment in Public Education Institutions.467 13.656 1.104 2009 754.777 135.264 158.360 6.582 33.373.810 14.744 6.765 14.749 2.387 68.122.045 34.402.523 12.167 Number of Students 2007 753.143.417.030.027 3.048 8.959.896 130.453 1.092 1.232 2008 732.313 105.143.136 1.937 767. 2006 .2015 Level of Education Pre-school (age 4-6) Primary Lower Secondary Government and Government-Aided Schools MARA Junior Science Colleges Upper Secondary Government and Government-Aided Schools (Academic) MARA Junior Science Colleges Government and Government-Aided Schools (Technical and Vocational) Post Secondary Government and Government-Aided Schools Pre-Diploma and Pre-University Courses Teacher Education Total 2006 698.485 69.038.216 683.688 841.814 15.357 138.365 822.609 30.186 113.974 791.287 28.937 6.888 1.912 1.590 102.545 33.393 739.608 766.153 14.853 139.162 9.602 69.035.177 1.363.181 .851 6.223 3.049 25.409.397.854 3.345.004.731 33.137 30.

359.408.389.806 1.5 1.6 1.309.723 1.443 114.1 16.4 0.846 18.258 18.2 -1.6 0.960 849.5 10th MP 2011-2015 2.254 2.700 2015 878.8 2.228 860.944 6.800 51.495 21.484 685.809 668.380.153 158.1 1.6 0.822 2012 859.1 0.811 1.049 38.774 21.380.630 848.717 Average Annual Growth Rate (%) 9th MP 2006-2010 2.185 62.955.802 1.167 677.6 SoUrce : Economic Planning Unit and Ministry of Education .1 0.101.954 6.203.529 2.857 55.440 158.140 154.1 -1.731 106.0 -1.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 383 Number of Students Level of Education Estimate Pre-school (age 4-6) Primary Lower Secondary Government and Government-Aided Schools MARA Junior Science Colleges Upper Secondary Government and Government-Aided Schools (Academic) MARA Junior Science Colleges Government and Government-Aided Schools (Technical and Vocational) Post Secondary Government and Government-Aided Schools Pre-Diploma and Pre-University Courses Teacher Education Total 2010 793.5 -0.595 179.874 17.586 37.8 0.234 117.864.635 1.3 4.9 3.2 5.6 2.0 7.334.8 13.084 1.050 6.6 1.173.0 -0.0 18.473 156.6 -5.454 24.931 37.366 170.729 3.2 1.

817 227.927 8.335 24.331 424.699 Public 33.822 347.824 9.103.690 2.810 558.703 Total 124.805 427.041 901.580 34.060 144.822 20.156 36.129 124.235 1.574 892.963 313.787 348.646 591.071 6.321 Total 122.480 116.089 375.408 .791 388.020 132.215 2007 Private 75.900 431.189 Public 49.166 268.610.699 4.612 87.885 225.225 271.021 278.381 Total 111.133 17.602 270.243 467.755 11.279 675.916 247.021 41.997 Total 126.354 51. 2006-2015 Number of Students Level of Study Public Certificate Diploma First Degree Masters PhD Total 44.278 507.552 2009 Private 78.442 123.922 240.842 8.907 156.204 149.276.146 515.915 2008 Private 62.853 Target 2012 Private 103.360 Public 25.499 100.372 957 365.369 36.937 Total 112.863 49.712 272.105 21.507 66.233 708.094 12.927 184.502 287.669 519.880 14.354 207.383 10.540 1.165 127.873 224.167 464.588 4.534 478.124 830.871 1.296 Public 43.083 44.026.260 350.209 13.749 532.372 2.553 Number of Students Level of Study Public Certificate Diploma First Degree Masters PhD Total 40.507 Total 136.702 Estimate 2010 Private 85.347 8.667 358.811 140.229 34.923 28.778 2015 Private 135.019 206.906 143.125 296.118 66.425 545.752 424.764 15.612 747.626 195.384 Table 14 Enrolment in Higher Education Institutions by Levels of Study.012 44.274 1.298 30.918 Public 48.592 601.881 30.733 162.634 13.658 734.724 Total 161.791 98.947 1.252 16.252 2006 Private 68.749 375.221 58.477 860 323.

1 10.5 7.2 7.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 385 Average Annual Growth Rate (%) Level of Study Public Certificate Diploma First Degree Masters PhD Total 9th MP 2006-2010 Private Total Public 10th MP 2011-2015 Private Total -1.5 13.3 16.4 4.3 23.1 17.7 11.5 17.7 19.5 36.4 8.9 18.8 SOurce : Economic Planning Unit and Ministry of Higher Education .7 19.3 14.4 10.9 11.6 6.2 -8.3 4.1 5.0 10.6 26.1 13.5 12.1 6.4 17.6 9.9 6.6 14.8 5.1 17.1 7.4 9.

6 billion • Increase gross expenditure in R&D • Gross expenditure on R&D to GDP at 0.3 billion • Average annual investment level of RM38. 2006-2010 Thrust 1: Moving the Economy up the Value Chain Commitment Enhancing Productivity and Competitiveness Output • Increase value-added and share to GDP of the services sector • Increased value-added of the services sector by 6.4 billion to foreign exchange earnings • Increased tourist per capita expenditure to RM2.8 billion Transport equipment RM15. 2009.6 million tourist arrivals with receipts of RM53.0 billion Petrochemical RM8.4 billion • Value-added of major subsectors in 2009: E&E RM40.7 billion Transport equipment RM1.21%1 Note: 1 Preliminary data for year 2008 Note: Output as at December 31st.2% to RM590.112.9% • Increase contribution of tourism • 23.6 billion Medical devices RM0.103.386 Appendix 2: Progress and Achievements of the Ninth Malaysia Plan.2 billion • Increased share of services sector to GDP to 57.5 billion • Investment by major subsectors: E&E RM8.7 billion Petrochemical RM28.9% to RM1. unless stated otherwise .1 billion M&E RM3.0 billion M&E RM2.5 • Increase investment and valueadded in the manufacturing sector • Value-added of the manufacturing sector increased by 0.

964 2009 17.472 15.2 mil 2005 80.6 mil 1. oleochemicals and biodiesel ** Excludes processing of imported cocoa beans SOURCE: Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities • Increase food production and achieve self sufficiency level (SSL) • Food production and SSL Production (MT) Commodity Rice Fisheries Beef Poultry 2005 1.050 2009 1.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 387 Thrust 1: Moving the Economy up the Value Chain Commitment Enhancing Productivity and Competitiveness Output • Increase production and local processing of industrial commodities • Production and local processing of industrial commodities Production (MT) Commodity Palm Oil Rubber Cocoa Note: Local processing (MT) 2005 14.8 mil* 468.766** 2009 15. 2009.6 mil 0.1 mil 27.600** 2005 14.6 90.5 21.152 * Processed palm oil.4 100.4 mil 29.200 1.2 SOURCE: Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Note: Output as at December 31st.400 980.1 27.5 mil 1.706 16.6 mil 42.7 SSL (%) 2009 70.2 mil* 386.9 mil 18.1 124.0 122.9 mil 1. unless stated otherwise .

2009: 99.7 223 19.8%.388 Thrust 1: Moving the Economy up the Value Chain Commitment Enhancing Productivity and Competitiveness Output • Increase capacity.5 38.9 2. security. 2009. and Sarawak Energy Berhad Note: Output as at December 31st.7 37.4 22.6 9. Labuan and Melaka Airports • Increase sufficiency.1 147.2 million TEUs Major projects completed: • Rawang-Ipoh Electrified Double Track Project • Senai-Desaru Expressway • Kemuning-Shah Alam Highway • Upgrading of Kuching International Airport • Upgrading of Alor Setar. Kuala Terengganu. Sabah Electricity Sdn. Bhd.2 68. reliability.4 310 13.0 Note: 1 System Average Interruption Duration Index SOURCE: Tenaga Nasional Berhad. unless stated otherwise .9 10. quality and costeffectiveness of energy supply • Efficiency of gas supply system: (2006: 99.060 km in Sarawak • 196 km electrified double track rail added • Airline passenger arrivals increased from 41 million to 51 million • Total container handled at Malaysian ports increased from 12 million TEUs to 20.5 53. efficiency and network coverage of transport infrastructure • A total of 45.109 19.284 17.5 31.9%) • Efficiency of electricity supply system: Performance Indicator Reserve Margin (%) SAIDI1 (minutes/ customer/year) System Losses (%) Peninsular Malaysia 2005 2009 Sabah 2005 2009 Sarawak 2005 2009 41.200 km of roads upgraded or constructed including 4.045 km in Sabah and 13.1 4.

2009: 4) • Energy audit: 54 factories • Energy efficient buildings: 3 Government buildings • Energy intensity (energy consumption/capita) (2005 : 1.62) Note: Output as at December 31st. 2009 : 14 in operation) o Total volume of biofuel used by the transport sector (2009: 5. 2009.000. transport and commercial sectors as well as in government buildings • EE labelling initiatives: (Number of appliances.955 vehicles) • Increase use of renewable energy (RE) for power generation and by industries o 2005: 12 MW o 2009: 41.49 million litres B5) Number of vehicles running on natural gas (NGV) • (2006: 25. 2008 : 1. 2005: 1. 2009: 40.5 MW • 30 MW biomass • 2 MW biogas • 4 MW mini-hydro • 5.5 MW municipal solid waste • 430 MW off-grid electricity generation by palm oil millers utilising biomass/biogas • RE Grid-Connected Capacity: • Intensify energy efficiency (EE) initiatives in the industrial. unless stated otherwise .10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 389 Thrust 1: Moving the Economy up the Value Chain Commitment Enhancing Productivity and Competitiveness Output • Reduce dependence on petroleum products by increasing the use of alternative fuels • Biofuel: o Number of companies: (2006 : 4.45.

1 million (2008) • No.000 • Malaysia as Islamic banking and finance hub • Takaful assets comprised 8.000 801 mil tails 52. 2009.868 2009 351.426 458 mil tails 36. of international students in 2009: IPTA 22.6% of total assets in banking industry as at end 2009 • Achieve targeted number of • Increase production of BioNexus status companies • 151 BioNexus status companies • Production of agricultural new sources of growth Commodity Deep Sea Fishing Seaweed Ornamental Fish Herbs and Spices* Note: * Excluding pepper SOURCE: Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-based Industry agricultural new sources of growth Production (MT) 2005 221. School) 16.294 IPS (Expatriate & Int.390 Thrust 1: Moving the Economy up the Value Chain Commitment Generating New Sources of Growth Output • Health and education tourism established as major tourism products • Earnings of health tourism to RM299.000 31. unless stated otherwise .587 Average annual expenditure per international student is • estimated at RM23.596 Note: Output as at December 31st.0% of total assets in insurance and takaful industry as at end 2009 • Islamic banking assets comprised 19.456 IPTS 58.000 135.

1 billion RM96.7 billion RM145.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 391 Thrust 1: Moving the Economy up the Value Chain Commitment Generating New Sources of Growth Output • Expanding communications network • Broadband penetration rate rose from 2% of households in 2005 to 32% in 2009 • High speed broadband extended to approximately 750.488 companies • 12 global MSC status companies approved in highvalued projects • Exports from MSC status companies increased to RM6.112.5 billion Note: Output as at December 31st.1 billion RM101.304 billion • Secured new market for ICT products and services • Secured new markets in People’s Republic of China. 2009.000 hotspots • Increase ICT-related jobs • Malaysia as a multimedia and ICT hub and as an attractive destination for Shared Services Outsourcing (SSO) activities • MSC Malaysia ICT-related jobs increased to 99. India and West Asia for multimedia digital content for education and entertainment Expanding Markets for Malaysian Products and Services • Increase share of exports to new markets and increased export value • Export value of selected E&E Chemical products Metal products Petroleum products manufacturing subsectors RM1. unless stated otherwise .590 jobs • MSC status companies increased to 2.000 premises • WiFi coverage grew to 5.

unless stated otherwise . Other Asian countries-45.4 million in 2009 • Total export value of processed food to People’s Republic of China.3 billion in 2009 • Increase export of professional services • Increased presence of Malaysian professionals in Africa (34 firms).9 billion in 2005 to RM80.6 billion in 2005 to RM86.9 billion in 2009 • Exports of agro-based products increased from RM60.392 Thrust 1: Moving the Economy up the Value Chain Commitment Expanding Markets for Malaysian Products and Services Output • Increase exports of agriculture and agro-based products • Agriculture exports increased from RM62. the Gulf (71 firms) and new emerging economies (ASEAN-75. 2009.5 billion in 2005 to RM2. Japan.4 billion in 2009 • Total export value of frozen food to Australia and the Netherlands increased from RM39.7 million in 2005 to RM123. South Asia-37) • Expand global presence of Malaysian Islamic finance • Malaysia as a global leader in sukuk issuance with 62% of total global sukuk outstanding originated in Malaysia as at end 2009 • Higher tourist arrivals from non.• Increased share of tourist arrivals from non-ASEAN ASEAN market market to 22% Note: Output as at December 31st. the Netherlands and Saudi Arabia increased from RM1.

4% in 2009 • Community colleges assumed greater role in implementing retraining and skills-upgrading programmes.940 unemployed graduates.000 in 2005 to 949.000 in 2009.5% annually to reach 88.050 in 2009 with the establishment of 10 skills training institutes and upgrading of 16 existing institutes • Intake at the Malaysian Skills Certificate (SKM) at Level 4 or diploma in the advanced public training centres increased from 7. 2009.840 in 2009 • The National Skills Development Act was enacted in 2006 to enable enforcement of accreditation procedures Note: Output as at December 31st.4% • Greater private sector participation in training and increased supply of work force with hands-on training to meet industrial needs • A total of 1.357 companies participated in National Dual Training System involving 20. unless stated otherwise .10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 393 Thrust 2: Raising the Capacity for Knowledge and Innovation and Nurture ‘First-Class Mentality’ Commitment Improving Education Quality and Accessibility Output • Increase education attainment of labour force for better productivity and quality • Enrolment in higher education rose from 649.940 participants • 76.0% in 2005 to 31.110 in 2005 to 29.460 trainees • The intake of public technical education and vocational training rose by 1. benefiting a total of 507. school leavers and displaced workers were trained under the two economic stimulus packages • Labour force with tertiary education was 23. raising the participation rate of population in the age group 17-23 years from 27.

601 in 2005 to 7.219 in 2009 • Clean water supplied to 555 schools in rural areas benefiting more than 200.0% and 89. unless stated otherwise .6% or 3.394 Thrust 2: Raising the Capacity for Knowledge and Innovation and Nurture ‘First-class Mentality’ Commitment Improving Education Quality and Accessibility Output • Equal opportunity to quality education • The number of primary schools increased from 7.664 in 2009 • The number of secondary schools increased from 2. 2009.028 in 2005 to 2.000 pupils (as at March 2010) • All rural schools in Sarawak and 92% in Sabah provided with adequate electricity supply (as at March 2010) • Projects for solar energy were initiated to complement the existing electricity supply to 102 remote schools in Sabah (as at March 2010) • All pupils able to read and write • Pre-school participation rate for children aged 4+ to 5+ prior to formal education year-olds rose from 63% in 2005 to 67.025 schools (2010) Note: Output as at December 31st.6% in 2009 Making National Schools the School of Preferred Choice • Quality teachers that will increase • Graduate teachers for primary and secondary schools the appeal of national schools • Improve teaching and learning methods to enhance quality of national schools are 28.4% (2010) • Established internet access centres in 30.

896.776 youth benefited from National Service Programme (2010) • 1.9% in 2009 4.496 participants benefited from National Civics Bureau programmes Note: Output as at December 31st.000 labour force was 20.5% in public institutions Accelerated Programme for Excellence (APEX) was introduced to raise performance and competitiveness of the public universities Rating System for Malaysian Higher Education (SETARA).10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 395 Thrust 2: Raising the Capacity for Knowledge and Innovation and Nurture ‘First-class Mentality’ Commitment Creating Tertiary Institutions of International Standing Output • Malaysia as a regional educational hub • Increased proportion of academic staff with PhD • • • • qualification in public universities from 26. 2009.6% in 2005 to 35. was introduced in 2007 to enhance the quality and promote best practices among public universities Nurturing Quality R&D and Enhancing Scientific and Innovation Capabilities • Increase capability for scientific R&D and innovation to move the economy up the value chain • The ratio of research scientists and engineers per 10. unless stated otherwise .3 (2008) Fostering a Society with Strong Values • United society with high patriotism and integrity • 430.156 lecturers in public universities pursued PhD qualification Enrolment of post graduate was 19.

7% in 2004 to 3.8 765 167 1.1 496.5 465.2% in 2004 to 0.1 5.7 5.396 Thrust 3: Addressing Persistent Socio-economic Inequalities Constructively and Productively Commitment Poverty Eradication Output • Eradicate hardcore poverty • Hardcore poverty was reduced from 1.4 4.6 162.7% in 2009 • Reduce overall poverty to 2.4 4.5 34.3 Total Households (‘000) Mean Household Size National Urban Rural Poor 4.6 4.6 4.4 5.3 4.5 4.8 4. Malaysia.7 311.459.497.2 888 173 7.8% • The incidence of overall poverty fell from 5. unless stated otherwise .7 Note: Output as at December 31st. 2004 and 2009 2004 Items Peninsular Sabah and Malaysia Labuan Sarawak Malaysia Incidence of Poverty1 (%) No.3 691 155 1.4 6.4 5.8 6.8 23.9 4.7 6.0 114.2 5.1 7.8% in 2009 Selected Poverty Statistics.7 6. 2009.3 4. of Poor Households (‘000) Mean PLI (RM monthly) Mean Per Capita PLI2 (RM monthly) Poverty Gap Index (%) 3 3.3 661 152 0.

2 19.2 763 194 0. unless stated otherwise . of Poor Households (‘000) Mean PLI (RM monthly) Mean Per Capita PLI (RM monthly) 2 2.1 4.4 4.1 1.8 5.2 99.9 4.1 4.0 4.5 6.1 912 208 1.5 4.4 1 Refers to households with mean monthly gross income below its mean PLI 2 Due to varying household sizes.2 4.024.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 397 Thrust 3: Addressing Persistent Socio-economic Inequalities Constructively and Productively Commitment Poverty Eradication 2009 Items Peninsular Sabah and Malaysia Labuan Sarawak Malaysia Output Incidence of Poverty1 (%) No.4 6.998.0 102.5 6.6 4.0 6.8 6.3 27.4 800 198 0.8 228.0 515.4 4. 2009.048 225 5.9 5.4 3. 2004 and 2009 Note: Output as at December 31st.1 510.5 4. the per capita PLI will be used by implementing agencies to identify the target groups 3 Refers to the total income shortfall (expressed in proportion to the poverty line) of poor households Source: Economic Planning Unit and Department of Statistics Malaysia -Household Income Survey.5 Poverty Gap Index (%) 3 Total Households (‘000) Mean Household Size National Urban Rural Poor Note: 4.2 4.

4 6. 2004 and 2009 Mean Household Income (RM) 2004 2009 Average Annual Growth Rate (%) 2004-2009 Median Household Income (RM) 2004 2009 Average Annual Growth Rate (%) 2004-2009 Ethnic Group and Strata Malaysia Bumiputera Chinese Indians Others Urban Rural 3.759 1.394 2. 2009.5 4.312 3.4 3.858 3.469 1.711 4.5 3.999 3.836 2. 2004 and 2009 Note: Output as at December 31st.186 1.437 3.076 2.3 2.456 2.525 2.631 2. unless stated otherwise .956 1.830 2.4 5.0 9. Malaysia.4 2.545 4.531 3.829 5.5 6.6 Source: Economic Planning Unit and Department of Statistics Malaysia -Household Income Survey.0 2.5 3.025 3.624 5.398 Thrust 3: Addressing Persistent Socio-economic Inequalities Constructively and Productively Commitment Income Distribution Output • Improve income distribution Mean and Median Monthly Gross Household Income by Ethnic Group and Strata.3 6.640 4.426 1.705 2.8 6.249 2.875 4.088 3.011 3.

531 2.536 4. Sembilan Pahang Perak Perlis Pulau Pinang Sabah Sarawak Selangor Terengganu WP Kuala Lumpur WP Labuan WP Putrajaya Region Peninsular Malaysia Sabah and Labuan Sarawak 3.667 2.6 3.9 5.6 1.984 5.4 4.9 8.0 19.0 7.6 2.0 15.162 3.4 1.046 3.144 3.279 2.3 0.207 2.5 2.054 2009 4.7 4.3 5.0 1.5 4.102 3.8 1. 2009.7 1.4 4.3 4.747 Average Annual Growth Rate (%) 2004-2009 4.487 2.011 4.7 5.7 Incidence of Poverty (%) 2004 5.8 8.7 2.6 23.0 7.7 2.725 5.184 3.488 4.5 6.1 3.0 4.387 2.076 2.725 4.5 0.835 2.886 2.792 2.9 6.581 4.407 6.407 3.2 6.157 1.809 2.962 3.025 3.3 3.3 5. unless stated otherwise .2 5.3 24.8 1.0 10.5 1.2 7.8 1.5 5.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 399 Thrust 3: Addressing Persistent Socio-economic Inequalities Constructively and Productively Commitment Income Distribution Output • Improve income distribution Mean Monthly Gross Household Income and Incidence of Poverty by State.4 4.7 2009 3.410 2.5 2.2 19.6 6.0 0.8 0.3 - State Source: Economic Planning Unit and Department of Statistics Malaysia -Household Income Survey.2 4.617 4.581 5. 2004 and 2009 Mean Household Income (RM) 2004 Malaysia Johor Kedah Kelantan Melaka N.0 4.395 2.126 1. 2004 and 2009 Note: Output as at December 31st.249 3.3 0.017 5.4 4. Malaysia.540 3.8 5.7 4.829 2.

2009.424 0.397 0.407 Source: Economic Planning Unit and Department of Statistics Malaysia -Household Income Survey. unless stated otherwise .495 0.462 0. 2004 and 2009 Gini Coefficient Ethnic Group and Strata 2004 2009 Malaysia Bumiputera Chinese Indians Others Urban Rural 0.462 0. Malaysia.425 0. 2004 and 2009 Note: Output as at December 31st.425 0.400 Thrust 3: Addressing Persistent Socio-economic Inequalities Constructively and Productively Commitment Income Distribution Output • Improve income distribution Gini Coefficient by Ethnic Group and Strata.452 0.423 0.441 0.440 0.444 0.446 0.

09 1:0. 2009.36 1:1.77 1:0.65 1:1.89 1:1.63 1:1.48 1:0.65 1:0.68 1:0.70 1:0.04 1:0.56 1:0.54 1:1. Malaysia.09 1:0.88 1:0.74 1:0.68 Source: Economic Planning Unit and Department of Statistics Malaysia -Household Income Survey.59 1:0.63 1:1.95 1:0. unless stated otherwise .84 1:1.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 401 Thrust 3: Addressing Persistent Socio-economic Inequalities Constructively and Productively Commitment Balanced Regional Development Output • Reduce regional disparities National : State Income Disparity Ratio. 2004 and 2009 Note: Output as at December 31st.81 1:0.25 - 1:0.74 1:0.75 1:1.09 1:1. 2004 and 2009 through corridor development Income Disparity Ratio State 2004 2009 Johor Kedah Kelantan Melaka Negeri Sembilan Pahang Perak Perlis Pulau Pinang Sabah Sarawak Selangor Terengganu WP Kuala Lumpur WP Labuan WP Putrajaya 1:0.95 1:0.66 1:0.61 1:1.86 1:0.89 1:0.

00 145.58 39. 2009.40 2.64 1.70 Source: Economic Planning Unit Note: IM: Iskandar Malaysia NCER: Northern Corridor Economic Region ECER: SDC: Eastern Corridor Economic Region Sabah Development Corridor SCORE: Sarawak Corridor of Renewal Energy Note: Output as at December 31st.402 Thrust 3: Addressing Persistent Socio-economic Inequalities Constructively and Productively Commitment Balanced Regional Development Output • Reduce regional disparities through corridor development • The value of investment secured in all growth corridor : Investment Target (RM billion) Investment (RM billion) Secured Actual Corridor IM NCER ECER SDC SCORE Total 47.00 20.00 16.95 2.69 40.06 11.00 59.30 30.06 87.00 34.49 22.94 28. unless stated otherwise .00 28.61 245.

8 581.530.1 100.6 1.6 214.9 1.9 1.6 10.637.9 42.1 3.4 6.1 2.6 529.841.9 6.0 Ownership Group Bumiputera Individual Institution Trust Agencies Non-Bumiputera Chinese Indians Others Nominee Foreigners Total Source: Economic Planning Unit and Companies Commission of Malaysia.1 0.0 1.185.355.9 1.5 37.039.6 0. unless stated otherwise . 2006 and 2008 2004 RM million 100.614.9 100.2 220.5 203.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 403 Thrust 3: Addressing Persistent Socio-economic Inequalities Constructively and Productively Commitment Ownership Restructuring Output • Increasing Bumiputera equity ownership to 20%-25% Ownership of Share Capital (At Par Value) of Limited Companies by Ethnic Group.972.037.6 30.0 2006 RM million 120.1 172.9 18. 2009.8 41.0 2.6 1.7 187.811.7 40.682.7 (%) 18.6 109. 2004.768.5 (%) 19.982.449.7 43.5 100.0 6.982.045.564.8 6.3 42.4 8.8 2.7 34.214.365.6 93.0 32.833.9 15.2 1.407.897.1 9.4 263. • Ekuiti Nasional Berhad (EKUINAS) established in 2009 to enhance Bumiputera participation in the economy Note: Output as at December 31st.4 1.6 10.279.092.8 621.608.2 16.2 79.1 36.696.479.2 0.9 11.1 213.8 20.967.0 2008 RM million 127.8 206.8 273.6 698.4 15.6 39.547.392.890.387.7 8.2 (%) 21.

1 (2006 to 2009) Doctors: population improved from 1:1.404 Thrust 4: Improving the Standard and Sustainability of Quality of Life Commitment Health Output • Improve health status • Access to healthcare expanded with the establishment • • • • • • of 39 new health clinics and 81 new clinics in the rural areas 51 1Malaysia clinics established in urban areas Infant mortality rate decreased from 6.859 units of public housing (rental) built • 1.024 (2006 to 2009) Nurses: population improved from 1:559 to 1:464 (2006 to 2009) Housing and Urban Services • Adequate.0 per 1.000 live births (2006 to 2009) Incidence of TB decreased from 62.650 units of public housing (sale) built • 103 One Stop Centres (OSC) were established • 31 local authorities implemented e-PBT system • 99 local authorities implemented star-rating system • 3 thermal treatment plants built • Improve urban services Note: Output as at December 31st.6 to 6. unless stated otherwise .6 to 38.383 to 1:1.000 live births (2006 to 2008) Maternal mortality rate decreased from 25 to 20 per 100. 2009. quality and affordable houses • 31.

000 women benefitted from Nur Bestari programme (leadership) More than 23.5% (2010) in the public sector More than 147.173 • • • • • • • • • • • participants 84 SMARTSTART programmes benefitted 2.300 older persons Note: Output as at December 31st.000 participants were conducted in 222 parliamentary constituencies 436 registered child care centres established at the workplace 534 child care providers given training to enhance their capability in operating child care centres 17. 2009.975 PWDs placed in the private sector through the electronic labour exchange system for PWDs 22 day care centres established benefitting 16.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 405 Thrust 4: Improving the Standard and Sustainability of Quality of Life Commitment Family Development Output • Improve family well-being • 140 Parenting@Work programmes benefitted 6.581 participants Women in decision making position increased from 18.440 people with disabilities (PWDs) benefitted through 409 community-based rehabilitation centres 7.8% (2004) to 30. unless stated otherwise .000 women took part in the Jejari Bestari programme (skills training) About 740 single mothers took part in I-KIT Entrepreneurship Skills Programme Seminars on Violence Against Women involving more than 61.

9 million registered members • 40 trainers were trained in Japan for Job Coach Programme Culture. attracting an audience of 1.406 Thrust 4: Improving the Standard and Sustainability of Quality of Life Commitment Output • Empower youth with positive attitudes • 124.5 million 1. 2009.880 trained in the Skills. Leadership and Entrepreneur Programme • Gazettement of the Youth Societies and Youth Development Act 2007 which resulted in 9.153 graduates trained in various fields of arts and culture Melaka and Georgetown recognised as World Heritage Towns by UNESCO Terengganu Inscribed Stone recognized as Memory of the World by UNESCO 148 heritage buildings preserved Note: Output as at December 31st. unless stated otherwise .600 associations being registered • The Youth Development Programme to encourage youth participation in youth associations recorded 1. Arts and Heritage • Enhance appreciation of culture. arts and heritage • 963 programmes were conducted to promote culture • • • • and arts.

0 67.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 407 Thrust 4: Improving the Standard and Sustainability of Quality of Life Commitment Sports Output • Active and healthy lifestyle • Number of people embracing sports as a culture • • • • increased from 21% in year 2006 to 29.282 multipurpose sports courts and fields were built 21.5 77. unless stated otherwise .200 trainers and facilitators in sports were trained 78 healthy lifestyle programme carried out 2.6 million people participated in 2.6 80. 2009.012 aerobic and fitness programme conducted nationwide Electricity Supply • Expand rural electricity coverage • Rural electricity coverage (%): Region 2009 2010 Peninsular Malaysia Sabah Sarawak SOURCE: NKRA Lab 99.6 Note: Output as at December 31st.3% in year 2008 A total of 1.0 99.8 72.

2009. Kuantan and Sg.5 billion established in 2010 to promote green technology • Improve air quality • Clean Air Action Plan developed in 2009 • EURO 2M standards implemented in 2007 • Improve river water quality • Integrated Action Plan to Prevent Pollution and Improve Water Quality developed for Sg. Sg. unless stated otherwise .857 CO2 eq • Green Technology Financing Scheme amounting to RM1. Linggi.408 Thrust 4: Improving the Standard and Sustainability of Quality of Life Commitment Environment Output • Addressing climate change issue • National Climate Change Policy and National Green Technology Policy adopted in 2009 • National Green Technology Council formed in 2009 • Total of certified emission reduction units from Clean Development Mechanism projects are 673. Sg. Sg. Merbok. Environmental Quality (Sewage) Regulations 2009 and Environmental Quality (Control of Pollution from Solid Waste Transfer Station and Landfill) Regulations 2009 formulated Note: Output as at December 31st. Sepetang. Kinabatangan • Environmental Quality (Industrial Effluent) Regulations 2009.

2009.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 409 Thrust 4: Improving the Standard and Sustainability of Quality of Life Commitment Environment Output • Managing Hazardous Substances • Strategy and Action Plan on Environmentally Hazardous Substances (EHS) Management developed in 2009 • On-line Notification and Registration Scheme for EHS implemented in 2009 • Better management of biodiversity and habitats • Biosafety Act gazetted in 2007 • International Trade in Endangered Species Act gazetted in 2008 • Second National Mineral Policy adopted in 2008 • National Tiger Conservation Action Plan formulated in 2009 • Heart of Borneo project initiated in 2007 • Coral Triangle Initiatives initiated in 2009 • Lower Kinabatangan. unless stated otherwise . Sabah listed as a Ramsar site in 2008 • Reduce incidences of floods • Flood mitigation projects implemented such as the SMART tunnel and Sungai Damansara Package 1 Note: Output as at December 31st.

449 12.743 • Completion of Kinta Dam in Perak and two barrages in • Completion of 12 new water treatment plants • Installing and laying 14. 2009.410 Thrust 4: Improving the Standard and Sustainability of Quality of Life Commitment Public Safety Output • Enhancing public safety • Additional 19.077 14.2% Note: Output as at December 31st. People’s Volunteer Corps (RELA) and Neighbourhood Watch (Rukun Tetangga) Water Supply • Increase efficiency of water services management • Increased production capacity.988 km of new pipes • 95% compliance to National Standard for Drinking Water Quality set by Ministry of Health Terengganu • Reduce Non-Revenue Water (NRW) Percentages • Replacement of old meters and 2. quantity and quality of water supply Malaysia 2006 2009 Production capacity (mld) Quantity of water supply (mld) Note: Million liters per day (mld) 15.7% to 37. unless stated otherwise .296 16. Johor. Selangor and Kuala Lumpur • Encouraging public participation in combating crimes through the Rakan Cop Programme.577 km of pipes • Reduction rate of NRW from 37.271 police personnel recruited • Establishment of 162 new police stations in private premises and mobile police stations at crime-prone locations mainly in Pulau Pinang.

unless stated otherwise .000 • Extension of Komuter rail service to Tanjung Malim. • • • • • • Perak Five new Electric Train Sets procured. 1972) Urban Transport • Increase urban public transport network coverage and facilities • Daily urban rail ridership rose from 447.10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 411 Thrust 4: Improving the Standard and Sustainability of Quality of Life Commitment Sewerage Output • Increase coverage and efficiency of sewerage services • 2. 2009.541 million Population Equivalent served • 34 km new sewerage pipes were installed and 16 km of existing sewerage network pipes were rehabilitated • 500 sewerage treatment plants were rectified and upgraded to suit the effluent quality requirement standard (Environmental Quality Act.200 to 451. while 18 sets of Electric Multiple Unit and 39 passenger coaches refurbished Procurement of 35 sets of 4-car trains for LRT service Construction of the Integrated Transport Terminal in Bandar Tasik Selatan Electrified double track project from Sentul to Batu Caves completed (2010) Establishment of the Commission for Land Public Transport (SPAD) (June 2010) Urban roads were constructed and upgraded to relieve congestion and improve traffic flows including: o Kuala Lumpur-Putrajaya Highway o Jalan Dewan Bahasa to Jalan Hang Tuah flyover o Interchange at Jalan Gombak/Jalan Pahang and Jalan Cheras/Taman Leng Seng Note: Output as at December 31st.

unless stated otherwise . provides faster resolution of complaints to less than two months MyGovernment Portal set up as a single services and information gateway . online submission.provides 1. 2009. a complaints management system.274 online services and 3.620 services being offered EG-Net and Putrajaya Campus Network (PCN) secured network infrastructure for electronic communication and transaction More application processes with shorter approval time from 367 days to 120 days through the setting up of One-Stop Centres (OSC) Reducing the time taken for property registration through improvement of processes and enabling online applications for property registration Reducing the procedures and time taken to start a business to 3 procedures and 3 days with the introduction of a standard company identification number or MyCoID Note: Output as at December 31st.094 downloadable forms MySMS 15888 set up as a mobile platform for government services with 121 participating agencies and 1. online news and job application iSPAAA.412 Thrust 5: Strengthening the Institutional and Implementation Capacity Commitment Output • Integrating services across agencies • eKL initiative as an online-based portal for the Klang • • • • • • • Valley that provides interface for services such as electronic payment.

10th Malaysia Plan Appendix 413 Thrust 5: Strengthening the Institutional and Implementation Capacity Commitment Output • Increasing confidence in electronic-based services • Growth in e-payment channels such as the Financial Process Exchange (FPX) • Improvements in tax collection mechanisms with tax refunds made within 14 to 30 days when returns are filed through e-filing • Establishment of OSC online to process development orders more efficiently • Implementing outcome-based planning. unless stated otherwise . 2009. monitoring and evaluation • A more integrated approach to planning with identification of Key Result Areas. strategies and Key Performance Indicators in preparing for the Tenth Malaysia Plan Note: Output as at December 31st.