US$490k vouchers leads to US$7.9mil direct sales benefits State govt does not believe digitalisation exclusive to middle and upper class only
Huawei’s latest budget offering may not provide the best performances, but it manages to offer a wholesome and solid experience that feels more than what the price usually offers.
MDEC believes the budget announcement gives legitimacy and empowerment to youth to pursue their passion for eSports and games.
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There was no specific funding support for the ICT sector in the 2013 Budget proposed by Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, aside from the RM150 million (US$48.8 million) allocated to create 100 internet centers with high speed broadband for Malaysians to access. The funding will come via industry regulator the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission or MCMC
MDeC believes that Budget 2013 will continue the momentum of Budget 2012’s focus on innovation by pushing a more pervasive adoption of ICT and digital technologies at all levels of society … and has some suggestions for the Malaysian Government.
The National ICT association Pikom has urged the Government to retain English as the medium of instruction for Mathematics and Science subjects at all levels in a bid to address the critical shortage of ICT graduates who meet industry demand.