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Aqeem Abdullah
The global smart cities market has seen rapid development over recent years. By 2027, it is expected to be worth USD545.7 billion[1]. The development of smart cities today is anchored by the adoption and deployment of disruptive technologies, supported by a collaborative innovation-centred ecosystem of industry players and stakeholders. Advancements in smart cities will not only spur economic growth but will also pave the way for a more sustainable future for communities.
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The AIMST University was established in 2001; its campus spreads over 230 acres of lush greenery at the foothills of Gunung Jerai, Kedah, approximately an hour from the Penang International Airport. The University offers a fully-residential experience with the capacity to boost the modern learning, teaching environment, residential accommodation and a sports centre.
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PHN Industry Sdn Bhd (PHN) is a leading Tier-1 Manufacturer of automotive components that provides metal forming and module assembly solutions to various original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in Malaysia. Established in 1990, PHN is a subsidiary of DRB-HICOM Bhd., one of Malaysia's leading corporations in the automotive manufacturing, assembly and distribution industry.
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In today’s day and age, when companies want to stay ahead of the game, they need all technology systems to work synchronously. Systems that are not integrated results in significant increases in cost and resource consumption. Hence, system integrators (SI’s) play a significant role to support businesses.
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IHS Markit, in their analysis that began since 2015 concluded that the crude oil-to-chemicals (COTC) technology is a revolutionary technology advancement in refinery and petrochemical integration, which could double the profit derived from a barrel of crude oil.
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In the face of global economic headwinds, the Malaysian Government has taken steps to revamp its existing business processes to increase delivery efficiency and promote the ease of doing business in Malaysia to continue to sustain investors’ confidence.
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The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement or commonly known as RCEP, is one of the world’s largest trade, investment and cooperation partnership. Comprising of ASEAN countries and its five (5) Free Trade Partners (with the exclusion of India), the RCEP was notarised virtually on 15 November 2020 at the 37th virtual ASEAN Summit hosted by Vietnam.
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