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Malay business interests were generally encouraged by the government through Bumiputera trust agencies and the state economic development corporations (SEDCs), with a few well-connected individuals spread over many boards desiring them for their political connections (Tan, 1982). 4 per cent in 1970, the government, especially the Ministry of Trade and Industry, began to find new ways and means to increase equity held by Bumiputera trust agencies as well as individuals. Educational spending significantly increased to finance Bumiputera secondary and tertiary education, especially with the preferential allocation of scholarships to attend universities in Malaysia and abroad.
The term ‘Malaysia Incorporated’ was adapted from the originally pejorative term, ‘Japan Incorporated’, which had emerged in the West in the late 1960s as it faced what it considered ‘unfair’ competition from more strongly state-backed Japanese business interests. With the Malaysia Incorporated policy enunciated in 1983, government officers were encouraged to find ways to better serve the private sector instead of treating it as an adversary. Many government agencies improved counter services, and some established high-level governmentprivate sector committees to involve the latter in dialogues to listen to their views.
The then largest bank, Bank Bumiputra Malaysia, thrice (first in the mid-1980s, after the Bumiputra Malaysia Finance scandal in Hong Kong, and then after the mid-1980s’ recession, and again, after the 1997–1998 regional financial crisis), and prestige projects such as the Daya Bumi project in the mid1980s and the world’s tallest building, the Kuala Lumpur City Centre twintowers project in the mid-1990s (now known as the Petronas Towers), the new Kuala Lumpur International Airport, the Formula One racetrack and the new capital city, Putrajaya.