Malaysia’s technology minister calls for corporate leaders to help the government build a better Malaysia and for talent to be adaptive.
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Logistics giant confident Malaysia making right moves to meet digital economy ambitions Go-Jek’s Go-Bills to deepen relevance to users, fend off competition from Grab, Alibaba MALAYSIA’S technology hub, Cyberjaya, which, over its 21 years, has built up a thriving tech ecosystem consisting of a good mix of multinational and local companies, saw one of its pioneer residents deepen its links even more.
Although SMEs contribute 35% to 40% to GDP, only 20% to 25% of them have an online presence.
Greatest threat to banks may be large technology companies like Google, Facebook and Tencent that allow users to make financial transactions through their technologies.
So the DFTZ has been launched with 1,972 Malaysian SMEs poised to capture exports markets, says the government. But will they? Can they?
95% of the US$3bil venture investments into Indonesian startups in the first eight months of 2017 have come from China.