UOB Malaysia is set to facilitate more foreign direct investments into Sarawak as international companies look for opportunities in the state’s high-value sectors.
Digital Leadership Forum kicks off research and education relationship between Sarawak govt and Asia School of Business
Post-Covid Development Strategy 2030, continuation of digital economy strategy Deputy Premier of Sarawak urges state leaders to keep driving digital agenda
Targeted group to enjoy subscription free monthly Digital TV services Decoders intended to reach more, affording access to quality content
Gabriel Walter stands his ground, sues MOE for US$1.86 bil, claims wrongful termination attempt of solar hybrid project
Project was anchor for US$580mil IPO set for 2020 but in doubt now Use Sarawak as R&D lab to perfect rural electrification system for global market
Sarawak state in Malaysia has a new leader who is staking its economic future to the digital economy.
In an aggressive positioning to become a Digital Economy, Sarawak introduces a slew of initiatives, including forming its own version of MDEC.
The Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC) and iCube Innovation Sdn Bhd (iCube) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to promote entrepreneurship in the East Malaysian state of Sarawak.
Kuching-based Sacofa Sdn Bhd, a state-backed company which provides telecommunication infrastructure to service providers in the East Malaysian state of Sarawak, has chosen Bangalore-based Tejas Networks’ Packet Transport Networking (PTN) solutions.