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Malaysia and Google are teaming up to invest in digital growth


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Google announced a strategic partnership with the Malaysian government that aims to create fair growth opportunities for more Malaysians and local businesses.

A strategic partnership between Google and the Malaysian government was announced with the goal of providing more Malaysians and local businesses with fair growth opportunities in the quickly growing digital economy. By working together, the two organizations can support companies of all sizes in increasing their digital competitiveness through skill-building initiatives, infrastructure investments, ethical AI innovation, and cloud-first policies. 

These programs expand on the twelve years of Google's involvement in Malaysia. They also generated an estimated US$2.8 billion in economic benefits for nearby firms, both directly and indirectly.

The prime minister of Malaysia, Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim, stated that the goal of the MADANI Economy Framework is to provide socioeconomic advantages while also expanding the country's economic pie. In keeping with the MADANI Economy Framework and the New Industrial Master Plan 2023 (NIMP 2030), Google's most recent pledge, which aims to accelerate local innovation and talent development in the field of AI, will undoubtedly increase the nation's digital competitiveness.

To increase the accessibility of digital training opportunities for Malaysians from diverse backgrounds, Google Cloud, CloudMile, and Trainocate are providing five digital learning courses at no cost.

Google's infrastructure investments are one of the main reasons why more local businesses, especially small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), are able to expand regionally.

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