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PERBELANJAAN PEMBANGUNAN KERAJAAN PERSEKUTUAN 1970 - 2012 (RM JUTA)FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DEVELOPMENT EXPENDITURE 1970 - 2012 (RM MILLION)

UPDATED AS AT JUN 2013 KESELAMATAN/SECURITY Pertahanan/Defence Keselamatan dalam negeri /Internal Security PERKHIDMATAN SOSIAL/SOCIAL SERVICES Pendidikan dan latihan/Education and training Kesihatan/Health Perumahan/Housing Lain-lain/Others PERKHIDMATAN EKONOMI/ECONOMIC SERVICES Pertanian dan pembangunan luar bandar Agriculture and rural development Kemudahan awam /Public utilities Perdagangan dan perindustrian/Trade and industry Pengangkutan/Transport Perhubungan/Communications Lain-lain/Others PENTADBIRAN AWAM /GENERAL ADMINISTRATION JUMLAH/TOTAL
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1970 172 172 0 80 44 20 11 5 451 198 20 100 80 53 0 22 725

1971 217 217 0 144 86 23 27 8 703 235 31 260 148 29 0 21 1,085

1972 211 184 27 171 112 27 15 17 836 307 42 177 234 76 0 24 1,242

1973 110 70 40 200 142 34 12 12 786 334 49 180 184 39 0 32 1,128

1974 242 148 94 277 187 42 33 15 1,313 436 55 462 314 46 0 46 1,878

1975 229 116 113 328 212 57 31 28 1,398 506 118 223 486 65 0 196 2,151

1976 435 338 97 316 227 47 29 13 1,550 514 133 296 561 46 0 77 2,378

1977 470 351 119 452 274 44 122 12 2,129 591 250 417 652 219 0 166 3,217

1978 491 316 175 614 252 48 294 20 2,529 716 339 601 637 236 0 148 3,782

1979 713 530 183 962 339 59 427 137 2,511 877 395 348 675 216 0 95 4,281

1980 1,222 812 410 1,173 558 80 295 240 4,856 1,147 665 1,567 1,031 0 446 219 7,470

1981 1,839 1,381 458 2,456 791 118 1,231 316 6,794 1,481 748 3,091 1,272 202 0 269 11,358

1982 2,065 1,646 419 3,249 1,082 150 1,589 428 5,967 1,550 865 1,143 1,970 439 0 204 11,485

1983 1,726 1,391 335 1,997 988 156 556 297 5,779 1,187 1,027 1,291 1,652 622 0 168 9,670

1984 1,005 872 133 2,223 1,009 125 908 181 5,061 1,122 1,132 685 1,193 929 0 118 8,407

Termasuk Polis, Keselamatan Sempadan dan Negeri. Includes Police, State and Border Security. Sebahagian besarnya bekalan elektrik dan air. Mainly electricity and water supply. Termasuk Jabatan Perkhidmatan Awam, Jabatan Perangkaan, Jabatan Kastam Diraja Malaysia dan Kementerian Luar Negeri, Malaysia. Includes Public Services Department, Department of Statistics, Royal Malaysian Customs Department and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Malaysia.

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PERBELANJAAN PEMBANGUNAN KERAJAAN PERSEKUTUAN 1970 - 2012 (RM JUTA)FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DEVELOPMENT EXPENDITURE 1970 - 2012 (RM MILLION)

UPDATED AS AT JUN 2013 KESELAMATAN/SECURITY Pertahanan/Defence Keselamatan dalam negeri /Internal Security PERKHIDMATAN SOSIAL/SOCIAL SERVICES Pendidikan dan latihan/Education and training Kesihatan/Health Perumahan/Housing Lain-lain/Others PERKHIDMATAN EKONOMI/ECONOMIC SERVICES Pertanian dan pembangunan luar bandar Agriculture and rural development Kemudahan awam /Public utilities Perdagangan dan perindustrian/Trade and industry Pengangkutan/Transport Perhubungan/Communications Lain-lain/Others PENTADBIRAN AWAM /GENERAL ADMINISTRATION JUMLAH/TOTAL
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1985 629 480 149 2,093 872 112 972 137 4,303 1,287 789 557 1,052 618 0 117 7,142

1986 384 218 166 2,534 1,064 118 1,054 298 4,538 1,144 683 523 1,408 780 0 103 7,559

1987 333 124 209 1,031 810 53 79 89 3,255 924 648 622 1,046 0 15 122 4,741

1988 360 195 165 1,165 865 69 58 173 3,585 1,010 656 834 1,065 4 16 121 5,231

1989 846 614 232 1,947 1,242 218 182 305 4,119 1,140 468 948 1,545 2 16 784 7,696

1990 1,061 738 323 2,617 1,634 461 43 479 6,701 1,298 798 2,726 1,845 2 32 310 10,689

1991 2,211 1,866 345 2,426 1,285 572 66 503 4,684 1,126 681 969 1,897 1 10 244 9,565

1992 2,173 1,629 544 2,653 1,205 602 94 752 4,504 1,098 834 648 1,896 4 24 358 9,688

1993 2,258 1,729 529 2,220 1,117 425 167 511 5,265 1,276 610 660 2,678 5 36 381 10,124

1994 2,360 2,166 194 3,285 2,010 354 359 562 5,289 1,342 790 961 2,158 5 33 343 11,277

1995 2,888 2,474 414 3,513 2,044 388 403 678 6,440 1,360 654 1,218 3,151 14 43 1,210 14,051

1996 2,438 2,061 377 3,984 2,091 459 501 933 7,693 1,182 733 1,212 4,530 2 34 513 14,628

1997 2,314 1,814 500 4,919 2,521 449 735 1,214 7,501 1,105 1,496 1,285 3,578 4 33 1,016 15,750

1998 1,380 1,017 363 5,783 2,915 716 1,030 1,122 9,243 960 1,968 3,227 3,062 3 23 1,697 18,103

Termasuk Polis, Keselamatan Sempadan dan Negeri. Includes Police, State and Border Security. Sebahagian besarnya bekalan elektrik dan air. Mainly electricity and water supply. Termasuk Jabatan Perkhidmatan Awam, Jabatan Perangkaan, Jabatan Kastam Diraja Malaysia dan Kementerian Luar Negeri, Malaysia. Includes Public Services Department, Department of Statistics, Royal Malaysian Customs Department and Mi of Foreign Affairs, Malaysia.

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PERBELANJAAN PEMBANGUNAN KERAJAAN PERSEKUTUAN 1970 - 2012 (RM JUTA)FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DEVELOPMENT EXPENDITURE 1970 - 2012 (RM MILLION)

UPDATED AS AT JUN 2013 KESELAMATAN/SECURITY Pertahanan/Defence Keselamatan dalam negeri /Internal Security PERKHIDMATAN SOSIAL/SOCIAL SERVICES Pendidikan dan latihan/Education and training Kesihatan/Health Perumahan/Housing Lain-lain/Others PERKHIDMATAN EKONOMI/ECONOMIC SERVICES Pertanian dan pembangunan luar bandar Agriculture and rural development Kemudahan awam /Public utilities Perdagangan dan perindustrian/Trade and industry Pengangkutan/Transport Perhubungan/Communications Lain-lain/Others PENTADBIRAN AWAM /GENERAL ADMINISTRATION JUMLAH/TOTAL
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1999 3,122 2,792 330 6,935 3,865 835 1,081 1,154 8,970 1,089 1,850 2,798 2,893 289 51 3,588 22,615

2000 2,332 1,854 478 11,076 7,099 1,272 1,194 1,511 11,639 1,183 1,517 3,667 4,683 228 181 2,894 27,941

2001 3,287 2,572 715 15,384 10,363 1,570 1,269 2,182 12,725 1,394 1,092 4,830 5,042 330 37 3,839 35,235

2002 4,333 3,385 948 18,043 12,436 1,503 1,808 2,296 12,434 1,364 1,808 3,474 5,401 282 105 1,167 35,977

2003 6,029 4,936 1,093 17,707 10,193 2,681 1,928 2,905 13,793 1,620 920 3,456 7,354 403 40 1,824 39,353

2004 4,133 3,685 448 10,260 4,316 2,352 1,593 1,999 11,851 2,881 945 1,201 6,630 125 69 2,620 28,864

2005 4,803 4,065 738 7,450 3,736 1,220 1,082 1,412 14,957 2,482 1,481 3,221 7,660 105 8 3,324 30,534

2006 4,803 3,530 1,273 9,525 5,349 1,298 1,347 1,531 17,403 3,999 2,244 3,389 7,751 8 12 4,076 35,807

2007 5,703 4,102 1,601 12,893 6,271 1,496 2,947 2,178 20,116 3,842 2,358 4,904 8,500 105 407 1,853 40,564

2008 5,779 4,120 1,659 13,717 7,892 1,652 1,780 2,394 21,353 4,184 2,795 4,581 9,212 334 247 1,998 42,847

2009 3,956 2,663 1,294 17,388 10,827 2,575 1,395 2,592 26,440 5,508 2,899 4,916 9,450 618 3,049 1,730 49,515

2010 3,970 2,666 1,304 20,784 12,046 3,780 1,333 3,625 26,121 2,920 5,286 6,987 8,665 688 1,574 1,917 52,792

2011 4,569 3,711 857 12,607 7,735 2,207 762 1,903 28,156 1,128 6,013 8,364 10,140 848 1,663 1,085 46,416

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4,409 3,590 820 13,643 8,557 1,948 738 2,399 28,936 1,906 5,519 5,043 10,065 455 5,948 1,187 48,176

Termasuk Polis, Keselamatan Sempadan dan Negeri. Includes Police, State and Border Security. Sebahagian besarnya bekalan elektrik dan air. Mainly electricity and water supply. Termasuk Jabatan Perkhidmatan Awam, Jabatan Perangkaan, Jabatan Kastam Diraja Malaysia dan Kementerian Luar Negeri, Malaysia. Includes Public Services Department, Department of Statistics, Royal Malaysian Customs Department and Mi of Foreign Affairs, Malaysia.

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...adalah penting untuk mempengaruhi kegiatan ekonomi di sesebuah negara. Pandangan ini menyokong hipotesis sektor kewangan mendorong pertumbuhan ekonomi (finance leading growth) atau dikenali sebagai hipotesis dorongan penawaran. Ini bererti pembangunan sektor kewangan adalah pra-syarat kepada perkembangan kegiatan ekonomi. Sebaliknya, jika pembangunan kewangan dipengaruhi oleh pertumbuhan ekonomi, maka keadaan ini menyokong hipotesis ikutan permintaan (demand hypothesis). Menyedari kepentingan sektor kewangan sebagai pendorong pertumbuhan ekonomi, sistem kewangan telah mengalami perubahan yang radikal serta kemajuan. Reformasi, liberalisasi dan inovasi dalam sektor kewangan telah menjadi semakin maju, kukuh dan berkembang. Selain itu, Malaysia telah memperkenalkan Pelan Induk Sektor Kewangan(PISK). Pelan Induk Sektor Kewangan(PISK) ini menggariskan empat strategi utama, iaitu pertama, menambahkan keberkesanan dan daya saing institusi kewangan domestik. Kedua, menggalakkan infrastruktur sistem pembayaran yang efisien dan stabil. Ketiga, menggalakkan kestabilan kewangan melalui rangka kerja pengawal seliaan berhemat yang teguh dan risiko terlaras. Keempat, mewujudkan infrastruktur perlindungan pengguna yang efisien dan didorong oleh pasaran. Keempat-empat strategi PISK tersebut akan menyebabkan landskap sektor kewangan pada masa hadapan bercirikan sektor kewangan yang semakin pelbagai untuk memenuhi keperluan sektor ekonomi yang berubah-ubah. Usaha kerajaan tersebut adalah......

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