Malaysia is confident that it can hit the top 10 rankings in the Global Digital Competitiveness Index by 2025 in terms of digital infrastructure. According to the Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC), the top 10 ranking can be achieved if the issue of digital infrastructure construction is addressed. This can be through the cooperation between relevant ministries and agencies, said MPC director-general Latif Abu Seman. He added that such cooperation is crucial to coordinate infrastructure data to design the appropriate interventions in digital infrastructure construction. MPC had also conducted a deep-dive on competitiveness indicators to identify specific issues which pose a challenge to the country’s competitiveness in terms of the implementation of improvements, Latif said.
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