Education contributes to development by empowering individuals to reach and fulfil their potential. At the same time, education is instrumental in generating economic growth by boosting productivity and enabling populations to contribute more effectively. This direct relationship makes it imperative for education systems and methods to stay ahead of the game in our competitive and challenging times. "
CHARTS IN FOCUS
Trend and average annual growth rates of real GDP at constant prices (1914=100), Malaya, 1900-1939
Major components of gross domestic product in purchasers' values at current prices, Malaya, 1900–1939
Consumer price indices by major objects of consumption (1914=100), Malaya, 1900-1939
ECONOMIC HISTORY OF MALAYA
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