Located in the heart of South East Asia, The Federal Constitutional Monarchy of Malaysia has experienced a steady economic growth during the past 20 years. After the Asian financial crisis of 1997-1998, Malaysia continued to post solid growth rates, averaging 5.5% per year in the 2000-2008 period.
The Kingdom of Bahrain has taken ownership for inclusive sustainable development, by adopting the UNDP’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), aimed at “ending poverty, protecting the planet and ensuring that all people enjoy peace and prosperity”.
With over a century behind them, Canada’s state-owned corporations represent a valuable gem on the country’s crown, as they fulfill important economic and policy-making roles. These exceptional entities fulfill an important role in the national economy and policy-making.
Located at a point of convergence of three continents, Africa, Asia and Europe, the Arab Republic of Egypt, has experienced a consistent economic growth since the early 1990s, such growth was temporarily interrupted during the 2011-2012 Egyptian Spring Revolution, but soon recovered during the following fiscal years, reaching momentum during the fiscal year 2017-2018, experiencing the highest economic growth rate in 10 years, at 5.3%.
Measures the percentage of active labor force who is unemployed out of the total active labor force, calculated for a local community or for larger administrative areas such as regions or countries.