Five-Year Plan

noun
ECONOMICS Plan m quinquennal

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  • Second Malayan Five Year Plan — The Second Malayan Five Year Plan (1961 ndash; 1965) was an economic development plan launched by the government of Malaya, and continued by the government of Malaysia (a new nation comprising Malaya, Singapore, Sabah and Sarawak). This plan… …   Wikipedia

  • First Malayan Five Year Plan — The First Malayan Five Year Plan (1956 ndash; 1960) was the first economic development plan launched by the Malayan government, just before independence in 1957. The colonial British government had concentrated available resources on fighting the …   Wikipedia

  • Five-year plans of Nepal — generally strove to increase output and employment; develop the infrastructure; attain economic stability; promote industry, commerce, and international trade; establish administrative and public service institutions to support economic… …   Wikipedia

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