The DETF meeting discussed the 15 high-impact programs under the four thrusts to accelerate the digitisation of the national economy and make Malaysia a digital and hi-tech nation.
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The share of Malaysia’s GDP coming from the digital segment is expected to reach 20% by the end of 2020. This progress builds largely on the government’s digital strategy first launched over 20 years ago.
The Technology Start-ups Funding Relief Facility (TSFRF) was created top support technology start-ups that have been impacted by the currently adverse market and economic conditions and funding disruptions.
The programme is a response to tech start-ups that are the key drivers of digital transformation worldwide. Going digital is part of lifestyle today; enabling firms to better contribute will only boost Malaysia’s competitiveness.
Big Data Analytics and Machine Intelligence have been set up by the Selangor state government in Malaysia to assist its state Task Force for Covid-19.
Studies suggest that online trading activity in Malaysia will grow in the coming years as people are becoming more financially literate and aware of the global market trends.
: Census 2020, which involves Malaysia’s 32.7 million-strong population, will be implemented in two phases, with the first phase will be conducted online, and the second will be a via face-to-face interview.
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