MSIA timely to capture global demand for chips

PETALING JAYA: The government is ramping up efforts to enhance the productivity and competitiveness of its electrical and electronics (E&E) sector to capitalise on the booming global semiconductor market.

Deputy International Trade and Industry (Miti) Minister Datuk Lim Ban Hong said the E&E industry continued to be the key driver of industrial development and has contributed significantly to gross domestic product, export earnings, investments and employment for the past 50 years.

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