Young startups hail budget

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian young start-ups hailed the digital-focused Budget 2018, but said that provision of adequate digital infrastructure and well-executed policies remain the key concerns for the country in fulfilling its high-income status aspiration in 2020.

Homegrown car workshop reviews site, Talk Car Asia Sdn Bhd founder and chief executive officer Anthony Loh Li Cheng, 33, said the Industry 4.0 initiatives under the budget would make the local information and communications technology (ICT) industry more competitive, consequently, resulting in a more complete digital ecosystem.

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