Sabah and Sarawak likely to get more for telecommunications and broadcasting


So, what will Salleh(inset) do differently for the industry? Two days after his appointment, he says he will consider fresh approaches that are good for the industry, but there may not be many changes in terms of policies. Salleh says he is a

EVEN before Datuk Seri Salleh Said Keruak can warm up his seat as the new Communications and Multimedia Minister, the buzz is that both Sabah and Sarawak are likely to get more in capital expenditure (capex) to improve the level of telecommunications and broadcasting services there.

Coming from Sabah, Salleh should know that a lot needs to be done to improve the reach and level of service there. Eventually, it needs to match the levels in Peninsular Malaysia.

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