The key to the transformation of Malaysia is sustainability and inclusiveness. In the economic transition plan, one of the government's objectives is to reduce dependence on oil and gas revenues, and encourage diversification to expand into other economic sectors. The contribution of the oil and natural gas industry to the total income of Malaysia decreased from 40.3% in 2009 to 29.7% in 2014; at the same time, after the implementation of reasonable subsidy measures and the expansion of tax revenue, the deficit has dropped from 6.7% in 2009 to 3.5% in 2014.
The selected LED semiconductor, solar energy and green energy industry in Malaysia, the positive development of electronic and electrical industry. In 2014, the electronic and motor products were still the main export items of Malaysia, amounting to 256 billion 145 million ringgit, accounting for 33.43% of the total exports of the country, up 8.1% in 2013. Malaysia investment and development board approved 96 items in 2014, with a total investment of 11 billion 147 million RMB, investment in electronic and motor manufacturing industry, compared with 13.57% in 2013. It is estimated that multinational enterprises invested in Malaysia in 2015 will continue to increase capital or expand plant activities.