|Yang Berhormat Dato Sri
|Mustapa at the World Economic Forum on East Asia in 2012|
|Malaysian Minister of International Trade and Industry|
10 April 2009
|Preceded by||Muhyiddin Yassin|
|Member of the Malaysian Parliament
for Jeli, Kelantan
25 April 1995
|Malaysian Minister of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry Minister|
18 March 2008 – 9 April 2009
|Preceded by||Muhyiddin Yassin|
|Succeeded by||Noh Omar|
|Malaysian Minister of Higher Education|
31 March 2004 – 17 March 2008
|Preceded by||Shafie Salleh|
|Succeeded by||Mohamed Khaled Nordin|
25 September 1950 |
Bachok, Kelantan, Malaya (now Malaysia)
|Political party||UMNO–Barisan Nasional|
|Occupation||Cabinet Minister, Member of Parliament|
Dato Sri Mustapa bin Mohamed is a Malaysian politician. He is the Minister for International Trade and Industry in the Barisan Nasional coalition government and is the Member of the Parliament of Malaysia for the seat of Jeli in Kelantan, representing the United Malay National Organisation.
Mustapa has held a number of government positions, including Deputy Finance Minister, Minister for Entrepreneur Development, Minister in the Prime Minister's Department, Minister for Higher Education, and Minister for Agriculture and Agro-based Industry. He was appointed to the Trade portfolio when Najib Tun Razak became Prime Minister in April 2009.
Mustapa was elected to Parliament in the 1995 election, but was defeated for re-election in 1999. He won back the seat in the 2004 election. In 2004 he was also elected to the Kelantan State Assembly. He had been slated to become Chief Minister of Kelantan but UMNO failed to win a majority in the Assembly.
Mustapa is an economist. He graduated from the University of Melbourne, Australia with a First Class Honours degree in Economics and from the Boston University with a Masters in Economic Development.
|1995||Mustapa Mohamed (UMNO)||13,301||49%||Zianon Abdin Ali (S46)||12,729||47%|
|1999||Mustapa Mohamed (UMNO)||14,830||48%||Mohd Apandi Mohamad (PAS)||15,523||50%|
|2004||Mustapa Mohamed (UMNO)||16,960||63%||Mohd Apandi Mohamad (PAS)||9,607||36%|
|2008||Mustapa Mohamed (UMNO)||17,168||56%||Mohd Apandi Mohamad (PAS)||12,732||42%|
|2013||Mustapa Mohamed (UMNO)||Mohd Apandi Mohamad (PAS)|
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