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  1. Larger than tigers: Inputs for a strategic approach to biodiversity conservation in Asia- Regional Reports - 24/09/2018

    This report highlights Asia's immense natural capital and provides information and analysis in support of a strategic approach to halting environmental degradation and biodiversity loss in the region. As its title suggests, the problem is far greater than the survival of a single iconic species, the tiger. Vanishing species are just a part of complex natural ecosystems that provide...
  2. Enhanced Regional EU-ASEAN Dialogue Instrument (E-READI)- Action Document - 26/11/2014

    E-READI aims at supporting ASEAN regional integration processes with poverty reduction through inclusive and sustainable growth as underlying principles. The contribution of the EU is set at €20 000 000.
  3. Country Strategy Paper Malaysia 2007-2013 - 01/01/2013

    One of the main targets of Vision 2020, Malaysia’s ambitious roadmap to achieve a developednation status, is to double the real GDP every ten years.
  4. Annual Action Programme 2012 in favour of Malaysia- decision - 01/01/2012

    The decision approves the Annual Action Programme 2012 in favour of Malaysia, constituted by the action ""Tackling climate change through sustainable forest management and community development"". The maximum contribution of the European Union is set at EUR 4 000 000.
  5. Annual Work Programme for Grants of the European Union Delegation in Malaysia 2012 European Instrument for Democracy & Human Rights – Country Based Support Scheme (EIDHR-CBSS) - 01/01/2012

    EIDHR, General Objective: ""Strengthening the role of civil society in promoting human rights and democratic reform, in supporting the peaceful conciliation of group interests and in consolidating political participation and representation"".
  6. Annual Work Programme for Grants of the European Union Delegation in Malaysia 2012 Support to EU Business in South East Asia Markets – Malaysia Component - 01/01/2012

    The general objective is to increase trade and investments flows between the EU and Malaysia, as well as the wider ASEAN region. The specific objective is to improve market access conditions for EU business, especially SMEs, in the Malaysian/ASEAN market.