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« on: November 15, 2017, 04:37:48 PM »
DGB Asia was due to its interest in the AIDC technologies which it wants to expand in Southeast Asia.

DGB Asia currently provides its products and services to customers in the hospitality and consumer services as well as other business verticals in the supply chain industry.
This technology is important to all businesses as it helps to reduce data entry costs, eliminate errors associated with identification and data collection and accelerate basic processes.
AIDC technology is set to become a staple technology in the world for every business and its outlook will remain favourable in the long term future due to increasing demand for AIDC technology in businesses.
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« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2017, 04:38:11 PM »
即将到2018年的预算更加强调需要提供重点发展第四次工业革命的税收优惠(工业4.0)。
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即将到2018年的预算更加强调需要提供重点发展第四次工业革命的税收优惠(工业4.0)。
第二财政部长拿督Johari Abdul Ghani说,这将符合政府推动高科技产业和尽量减少人力依赖的努力。
他说:「这些行业涉及自动化,机器人发展,大数据及政府正在推行的其他行业。」
Johari说,政府不能再为每个部门提供税收优惠,而且还要考虑到当前和未来的需求,着眼于现状。
我们不能再为所有行业提供奖励;它现在取决于年份的风味和未来的风味,他在主持2018度焦点小组会议后告诉记者:星期四在Putrajaya于促进私人投资。
财政预算案将于10月27日由首相拿督斯里Najib Razak在议会中提交。 第一次焦点小组会议组织了行业参与者,商会,政府机构和非政府机构,为编制2018年度预算提案提供了投入。 Johari表示,拟议的税收优惠措施是政府努力吸引更多行业参与和投资行业4.0的一部分。
Johari 说,本地投资者不应该因为中国市场庞大而激动人心,所以世界无法避免与美国和中国做生意,因为国内生产总值分别超过18万亿美元和11万亿美元。
他说,马来西亚正处于利用和利用中国经济增长的战略位置,并补充说,中国贡献了马来西亚的总贸易额达到1.5万亿美元的16%,而美国则占9.3%。
不过,他指出,两国并不是马来西亚贸易活动的重点,因为该国与东盟国家,欧洲国家,日本,韩国也有良好的贸​​易往来。
]当被问及中国是否是马来西亚在该国的首选投资者时, 之表示, 中国的投资更加集中,满足了当前国家发展项目的需要。
他补充说: "正如我们所看到的,中国正积极投资于许多国家,他们来到马来西亚, 为本国急需的发展进行投资。
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« Reply #2 on: November 15, 2017, 04:38:51 PM »
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« Reply #3 on: November 15, 2017, 04:39:23 PM »
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Date of Change: 13/10/2017
Type of Change: Appointment
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« Reply #4 on: November 15, 2017, 04:41:08 PM »
Digital innovation will shape the next wave of economic development in this country

MICROSOFT Malaysia welcomes the 2018 National Budget which took a multi-pronged approach to creating and enabling an inclusive society.
This rakyat-centric Budget outlines initiatives to leverage on the opportunities presented by the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the digital economy, underscoring its contribution to the country’s GDP. Along with the recent announcement of a ‘Cloud First’ strategy, and creation of a National Artificial Intelligence (Al) Framework, these are steps in the right direction to bolster the country’s strategic ICT thrust,” said Microsoft Malaysia managing director K Raman .
A key touch point of the 2018 Budget is fortifying the Digital Economy, and implementation of the Malaysia Digital Policy will pave the way to strengthen it further.
This is a very exciting time for Malaysia, as a growing digital economy needs a strong support structure and ecosystem to thrive. As businesses in Malaysia look for better and faster ways to leverage on the fourth industrial revolution and transform themselves, modern technologies such as cloud computing have a crucial role to play. We laud the government’s initiatives in this direction that will set the country apart as a key differentiator,” Raman added.
The budget also pays attention to upgrade of ICT equipment and communications systems which would be crucial for a strong digital infrastructure for our businesses.
Additionally, rebate on purchase of ICT equipment and software development will lower the barrier to entry for adoption of digital technology among SMEs and corporates, especially as we continue to advance digital workforce as a national agenda.
Microsoft is heartened and encouraged by the forward-looking initiatives in Budget 2018 that focus on future proofing the economy and empowering education, skill and talent development in the country, with an allocation of RM61.6 billion.
Najib highlighted the need for transformation in the Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET) to enhance the skills of our workforce. The creation of TVET Malaysia and grants towards the TVET Masterplan are a step in this direction.
This continued drive for quality education is commended by Microsoft Malaysia. Raman said, “At Microsoft, we are committed to leveraging technology’s role as an enabler, in providing 21st century education. We continue to partner the Government to enhance digital literacy and upskilling opportunities via coding, training of teachers and equipping students with the digital skills required to compete globally.”
Realising the significant contribution of the SMEs in the nation's growth and labour market, the Government has allocated RM200 million for training programmes, grants and soft loans for SMEs.
Microsoft Malaysia congratulates the government on their progressive approach in implementing these programmes, which would enhance the advancement of SMEs.

Shaping the future of Malaysia’s digital economy
Budget 2018 comes at a time where the country’s economy continues to strengthen.
As the number 2 online marketplace in Malaysia, we are confident with the measures introduced by the government to expand digital initiatives under MDEC,” says 11street COO Chuljin Yoon
The development of the Digital Free Trade Zone (DFTZ) hub in KLIA continues to help Malaysia edge closer to its digital economy vision, while improving the livelihood of Malaysians through growing job and entrepreneurship opportunities, and reduction of income tax for the M40 category.
Along with tax relief, incentive measures and the vision to make Malaysia a regional e-commerce hub, SMEs and e-commerce will continue to play a vital role achieving the digital economy vision of contributing 20% to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2020.
11street is confident that these measures will continue to cement a dynamic and strong digital economy for the country, allowing SMEs, online marketplaces and monobrands a holistic e-commerce trading experience.
One key observation is the investment into DFTZ that will drive the participation of 1,500 SMEs into digital economy, and attract investments of up to RM700 million, therefore creating an additional 2,500 jobs.
Furthermore, other initiatives are in place to help drive the adoption of e-commerce among SMEs, such as the recent DesaMall project by the Ministry of Rural and Regional Development (Malaysia) in partnership with 11street, providing entrepreneurs a comprehensive e-commerce training development programme to upskill themselves.
To date, the B40 group has recorded the fastest growth in income and has contributed to 16.5% of the nation’s GDP.
Income tax reduction for the M40 category, anticipated to provide RM300 – RM1,000 of disposable income, will encourage consumers to hop aboard online marketplaces to purchase daily necessities.  
Lastly, we laud the government’s support to continue growing the e-commerce market, enabling a thriving digital economy to shape the country’s future.

Capitalising on the internet economy
Trend Micro welcomes the announcement of allocations and amendments to encourage the digital economy under Budget 2018. These initiatives underline how Malaysia remains on the right track, and taking another step forward towards becoming a fully-developed digital economy.
According to Trend Micro Malaysia managing director Goh Chee Hoh , the measures to strengthen Malaysia's commitment to the DFTZ will further invigorate the country’s e-commerce industry and enable local businesses to capitalise on the opportunities from the internet economy and cross-border activities.
This is also in line with Trend Micro’s continuous investment of resources and efforts in supporting this digital transformation growth in Malaysia.
With more Malaysian businesses making the shift to online and digital platforms, their exposure to vulnerabilities remain omnipresent. There is exponentially more data generated and shared across the ecosystem between partners, customers and the organisation. Balancing the opportunities of potential market growth while keeping security issues in check becomes more important than ever.

Opportunities for Malaysian businesses
Malaysia's 2018 budget reflects the government's focus on innovation, digitisation, smart manufacturing and propelling the nation towards becoming a key player in The Fourth Industrial Revolution.
We are excited about the proposed measures that translate to greater opportunities for Malaysian businesses and organisations to help evolve and navigate the digital economy,” says CA Technologies Asean and Greater China vice president Nick Lim .
The digital economy has raised customers' expectations and brought disruption to every industry. Businesses today are realising the need to deliver exceptional experience by responding to their customers' needs with greater agility and speed.
Software needs to be at the core of every organisation’s DNA as it enables them to transform digitally and take full advantage of mobile, the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), big data and other technologies.
It is crucial for companies to integrate software into all aspects of their operations. This will require agility across the business, and a mindset shift in how businesses use technology and build software to deliver unique value to their customers.
As more Malaysian businesses move to online and digital platforms, the exposure to security vulnerabilities will increase. We urge businesses to prioritise their organizations’ security efforts, by incorporating security at the start of their digital transformation journey as a core technology enabler rather than bolted on as an IT afterthought.
This will ultimately boost their customers’ confidence with greater user experiences that are reliable, secure, trustworthy and seamless,” says Lim.

Supporting local SMEs
Lazada Malaysia applauds the government’s continuous efforts in improving Malaysia’s e-commerce industry, especially with the allocation of RM83.5 million for the first phase of the DFTZ at KLIA. This is expected to further spur the growth of local SMEs.
As the number one online shopping and selling destination in Malaysia, we are committed in supporting our local SMEs and helping them build their e-commerce businesses. Through our #EveryoneCanSell programme, sellers will enjoy full access to e-commerce training, easier business registration, enhanced internet connectivity with online tools and solutions, as well as financial support through loan financing and exclusive merchant accounts.
We hope to boost SMEs’ capabilities when they capitalise on #EveryoneCanSell’s holistic digital ecosystem, so they remain competitive online,” says Lazada Malaysia chief executive officer Hans-Peter Ressel .

Efforts to digitise manufacturing
Malaysia’s Budget 2018 is a step in the right direction for the nation’s digital journey thanks to the great emphasis on efforts to digitise the manufacturing sector.
This marks the country’s pivotal shift from a labour-driven economy to a more knowledge-driven society. The rise of the fourth Industrial revolution is definitely upon us.
With the measures under Budget 2018, Cisco believes that Malaysian manufacturers will be better positioned to capitalise on the upcoming opportunities brought upon by digitisation.
In its nascent stage, the combination of tax reliefs and grant allocation Smart Manufacturing facilities will incentivise more manufacturers to adopt new technologies such as automation, Big Data Analytics and robotics,” says Cisco Malaysia managing director Albert Chai.
Digital innovation will shape the next wave of economic development in this country. But at the heart of this transformation is the people.
I am particularly excited about the various measures aimed at developing a workforce that is future-ready. Of particular interest is the RM250 million allocation to educate the National Transformation 2050 (TN50) generation which encompasses the setting up of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) centres and improving Computer Science modules, including Coding programmes,” says Chai.

A boost for the logistics sector
Driving greater value for logistics in the wake of even greater digital connectivity
Malaysia’s Budget 2018 introduced a series of exciting initiatives that will definitely bring further growth to Malaysia’s economy.
We are encouraged by the RM83.5 million allocated in the budget for the first phase of the Digital Free Trade Zone (DFTZ) that is expected to further boost the growth of local small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
This serves as a great opportunity for SMEs to expand abroad and tap into regional markets in addition to creating strategic partnerships with key organisations such as international trade facilitators,” explained DHL Express Malaysia & Brunei managing director Christopher Ong.
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« Reply #5 on: November 15, 2017, 04:41:30 PM »
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KUA KHAI SHYUAN   Acquisition via open market 1,000,000 shares
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Mr. Kua began his career in year 2007 acting as the Regional Manager for Malaysia Region in a multi-international healthcare products company and was responsible to manage the overall mobile sales team as well as the supply chain management of the company's products range.
 
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« Reply #6 on: November 15, 2017, 04:42:46 PM »
Almost 2,000 SMEs have registered to join DFTZ, says Najib
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak takes a selfie with local E-Entrepreneurs, at the Putra World Trade Centre, on Oct 31, 2017.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Digital Free Trade Zone (DFTZ) has attracted the participation of close to 2,000 small and medium enterprises (SMEs), said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak.
He said the total number had surpassed the initial target to rope in 1,500 SMEs to be involved in the free trade zone which will be operational this Friday.
These SMEs are able to access the global market especially the market in China, which is a huge market," he said during the TN50's e-Entrepreneur Dialogue here today.
Also present were Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed, Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Rahman Dahlan, Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh and Malaysia Economy Digital Corporation (MDEC) Chief Executive Officer Datuk Yasmin Mahmood.
Meanwhile, Yasmin said a digital platform had been developed especially for DFTZ to facilitate the SMEs to export their products via the trade zone.
She said the platform would start operating simultaneously with DFTZ and the participating SMEs were already given training.
Besides optimising trade through e-trade, the DFTZ was also targeting to double the cross-border trade growth by local SMEs.
On eUsahawan, Yasmin said since it was introduced in 2015, the programme, organised by MDEC, had successfully trained more than 100,000 participants and generated additional sales of worth over RM136 million.
Based on this achievement, MDEC had targeted to double the sales next year, she added
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« Reply #7 on: November 15, 2017, 04:43:50 PM »
Alibaba’s Jack Ma and PM Najib attend DFTZ groundbreaking ceremony

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and Alibaba Group executive chairman Jack Ma attended the groundbreaking ceremony of the KLIA Aeropolis DFTZ Park on Friday (Nov 3).
SEPANG: The much-awaited Digital Free Trade Zone (DFTZ) is finally off the ground.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and Alibaba Group executive chairman Jack Ma attended the groundbreaking ceremony of the KLIA Aeropolis DFTZ Park, located at the KL Air Cargo Terminal 1 here.
The KLIA Aeropolis DFTZ Park will be Alibaba’s first regional hub outside China.
Since day one of our collaboration, Malaysia has never failed to impress me,” Ma said in remarks contained in a press release handed out to the media before the groundbreaking ceremony Friday.
I believe that this is the beginning of a long-standing strategic partnership between the two nations.
Alibaba Group definitely plans to stay and strengthen our presence here,” he added.
Najib in his prepared remarks said Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) have the power to transform the economy.
They are ambitious, nimble and have the potential to create high value employment.
They have the power to move Malaysia to become a high-income nation,” said Najib.
Najib and Ma are later expected to head to the Sepang International Circuit for the DFTZ opening ceremony.
The event, known as “DFTZ Goes Live!” will among others see Najib and Ma flagging off more than 1,900 SMEs on board the DFTZ.
The DFTZ, which Najib launched in March, is an “e-hub” set up with the Alibaba Group and Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC).
The DFTZ will enable local SMEs and e-commerce businesses sell their products globally more easily.
It also aims to help make Malaysia the regional fulfilment hub for global brands to reach Asean buyers.
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