Malaysia aspires to be E&E hub despite US-China tech war

said the government aims to further develop the technology for aerospace as well as human capital capability that would support growth in the industry.

KUALA LUMPUR: With the escalating technology war between the United States and China, giant tech companies have had to slash their future revenue forecast due to looming concerns over the tensions between the two economic superpowers.

On the other side of the world, Malaysia has been known as a hub for the electrical and electronics (E&E) industry, with major players worldwide having entered the country as it acts as a key gateway to service the growing South-East Asia region.

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