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Malaysia: Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC)

  • ID: 586484
  • Report
  • November 2007
  • Region: Malaysia
  • 18 pages
  • Emerging Markets Direct
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In 1991, Malaysia ex-Prime Minister Dr Mahathir grandly set out ‘Vision 2020’ with the ambition of driving Malaysia towards Knowledge-Economy (K-Economy) from production-economy. The objective is to help Malaysia leap frog into an information and knowledge era, to become a first-class address for multimedia and telecommunication, and to be able to compete at a global level. Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) was conceptualized and established in 1996 and is Malaysia’s most exciting initiative for the global information and communication technology (ICT) industry.

“Malaysia: Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC)” covers details of the Malaysia MSC project that is hoped to drive Malaysia towards a K-Economy, for instance, the report looks at the MSC status, Bill of Guarantees, MSC cybercities and MSC regulatory environment. It also covers the MSC Flagships in electronic government, multipurpose card, smart school, telehealth, R&D cluster, E-business and technopreneur development.

The market outlook covers shared services and outsourcing plus the impact of the 9th Malaysian Plan to MSC. Debates on MSC project are also included.

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1. MSC Project Profile
1.1 MSC Overview
1.2 MSC Status
1.3 Bill of Guarantees
1.4 MSC Cybercities
1.5 Regulatory Environment

2. MSC Flagships and Market Outlook
2.1 MSC Flagships
2.1.1 Electronic Government
2.1.2 Multipurpose Card
2.1.3 Smart School
2.1.4 Telehealth
2.1.5 R&D Cluster
2.1.6 E-Business
2.1.7 Technopreneur Development
2.2 Market Outlook
2.2.1 Shared Services and Outsourcing
2.2.2 The 9th Malaysian Plan

3. Debates on MSC Project
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