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Sarawak: 50 Years of Prosperity and Beyond

General view of Kuching waterfront during sun set in Malaysia's Borneo state of Sarawak on July 12, 2003. Covering almost 125,000 square kilometres, Sarawak is the largest state in Malaysia. Dubbed as the "Land of the Hornbills", it has a population of about 2 million that consists of 24 ethnic groups Reuters/Zainal Abd Halim

During a six-month-long celebration of Malaysia’s 50th anniversary of independence from Britain, Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud has highlighted the resourcerich state’s economic achievements and outlined the government’s program to ensure continued growth.

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