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PETALING JAYA: Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong has chided his predecessor Anthony Loke for attempting to derail the RM6.052bil allocation under Budget 2021 for the Transport Ministry through a bloc vote, which later failed.
AS of 2020, a private telecommunications market research and consulting firm believes there are over 1.2 million kilometers of submarine cables in service globally, enough to go around the world about 30 times.
PETALING JAYA: The reimposition of the cabotage ruling by the Transport Ministry is a step in the right direction when it comes to nudging Malaysia towards a stronger position in maintaining the network of subsea data cables in its territorial waters, says an industry player.
PUTRAJAYA: Telecommunications service providers and data centres here can be assured that the quality of subsea data cable maintenance will be upheld even when Malaysian cable vessels are given priority over foreign ones following the revocation of the cabotage exemption, said the Malaysia Shipowners’ Association (Masa).
Subsea data cable maintenance quality will be upheld even after cabotage exemption revoke, says Masa
PUTRAJAYA: The quality of subsea data cable maintenance will be upheld even when Malaysian cable vessels are given priority over foreign ones following the revocation of the cabotage exemption, says the Malaysia Shipowners’ Association (Masa).
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The decision to revoke the cabotage exemption for foreign-flagged ships repairing undersea cables does not prevent the employment of foreign vessels, says the Malaysia Shipowners Association (Masa).
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysia Shipowners’ Association (MASA) has thanked the government for revoking the exemption of foreign-flagged cable-laying ships.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Shipowners’ Association (MASA) has called for immediate disbursement of the RM3.7bil allocation in Budget 2021 upon approval for the Maritime Development and Logistics Scheme to revitalise and revive the shipping industry.