Racial riots broke out in Malaysia in 1969 when the Malays felt that they were in danger of losing control of their country and destiny. The New Economic Policy (NEP) was adopted as a means of helping them, through the establishment of special institutions and policies, to catch up ultimately with the much wealthier immigrant Chinese. The twenty years prescribed for the NEP have run their course, and the results achieved by it are assessed in this book.
|Publisher:||St. Martin's Press|
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