Malaysia - Internet Market to 2009

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Last updated: 5 Apr 2010 Update History

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Analyst: Peter Evans


There is an increasing awareness of technology in Malaysia. With the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) project and the government’s commitment to a technological society, a large number of high tech companies from around the world have set up a presence in Malaysia. But efforts at encouraging the wider community to embrace technology have so far not been totally successful. Dial-up Internet access has grown steadily, but for a long time there was very little interest in broadband Internet. By 2008 and into 2009, however, things were starting to get interesting in the broadband access market. The promulgation of the National Broadband Plan by the government in 2008 signalled a fresh push to expand Internet access throughout the country. This report looks at the take-up of Internet and e-commerce in Malaysia, as well as some of the key service providers.

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