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Alibaba to continue investing in M’sia

HANGZHOU: Chinese tech giant Alibaba Group will not hold back its investment plans in Malaysia, according to its chief representative in Malaysia.


Alibaba holds Malaysia Week campaign in Hangzhou

HANGZHOU: China’s e-commerce giant Alibaba is showcasing its continued commitment to Malaysia – its first e-world trade platform (eWTP) outside China – with a “Malaysia Week” campaign.


Alibaba Group launches Malaysia week campaign

HANGZHOU: Alibaba Group launched a ‘Malaysia Week' campaign today, an eCommerce milestone, under the Digital Free Trade Zone (DFTZ) initiative.


Greater automation for Top Glove

SHAH ALAM: Digital adoption is set to take centre stage in Top Glove Corp Bhd’s operations as the glove maker plans to reduce manual labour, driven by greater automation and digitalisation of its production lines.


MDEC sees RM544mil more revenue

NILAI: The Malaysian Digital Economic Corp (MDEC) is targeting an additional revenue of RM544mil next year from its “e-Usahawan” and “e-Rezeki” programmes, says chief executive officer Datuk Ng Wan Peng.

Corporate News

DHL to invest RM1.5b more in Cyberjaya IT services data centre

KUALA LUMPUR: Global logistics company DHL plans to invest nearly RM1.5bil between now and 2020 to boost its IT services data centre in Cyberjaya.


Incubator space Level Up Inc to spur startups developing games

MDEC has partnered with UOA Group to launch Level Up Inc, an incubator space for the games development.

Metro News

Old school needs more funds to construct new building

The Penang Chinese Girls’ School, which has just held the groundbreaking ceremony for its new nine-storey building, has so far raised RM5mil of the RM12mil needed for the project.


SuperCharger chooses 10 start-ups for its accelerator programme

KUALA LUMPUR: SuperCharger, a financial technology (fintech) accelerator based in Hong Kong, has announced 10 international start-ups as finalists for its fintech accelerator programme from more than 100 applications from 30 countries.


SMEs encouraged to learn and gain from the Digital Free Trade Zone

SMALL and medium enterprises (SMEs) that strive to benefit from Malaysia’s Digital Free Trade Zone (DFTZ) platform to conduct their businesses and services need to be proactive in doing their part to prepare for what it takes to export successfully.