KUALA LUMPUR (Nikkei Markets) -- Malaysia is in talks with several foreign companies to potentially allow them to offer broadband services in a bid to boost connectivity and spur greater competition.
The government is targeting to increase broadband coverage in populated areas by at least five-fold by 2023, Communications Minister Gobind Singh Deo said at an investor conference. The goal is for 98% broadband coverage in populated areas by 2023 at a minimum speed of 30 Mbps, he said.
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