Navigating digitalisation and green economy: Leveraging 50 years of Malaysia-China relations for sustainable development


In an era characterised by rapid technological advancements and growing environmental concerns, the convergence of digitalisation and the green economy has emerged as a critical priority for nations worldwide.

In the context of Malaysia and China, fostering strategic collaborations in policy and development efforts holds immense potential to drive sustainable progress in the face of contemporary challenges, buoyed by their 50 years of diplomatic relations.

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