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September 7th, 2007
Malaysia On Track To Achieve FDI Target For E&E Sector
New technology for both industries include microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) such as smart sensors and WIMAX, high performing grid computing, language design and protocol as well as creative content.
In addition, the report says, the new and emerging technologies promoted under the IMP3 such as biotechnology, cognitive technology and nanotechnology will further strengthen the E&E industry in Malaysia.
The government, in collaboration with industry, will establish the Electronic Industry Advisory Panel to spur the development and promotion of new and emerging technologies as well as identify local companies capable of applying them, it adds.
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