Malaysia - Quick Facts:

You profit more in Malaysia: the percentage of profits taxed is a mere 16.5%! Unlike Australia (25.8%), Brazil (21.3%), India (25.1%), Indonesia (26.9), Japan (33.9%), the Philippines (24.9%), South Korea (17.1%), Thailand (29%), the UK (21.9%) and the US (27.9%).

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A community project by MDeC to help the flood victims.

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Announcement regarding ICT Course / Training scam.

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4th Asia E-commerce Conference 2014
Biggest E-commerce of the year.

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Join the challenge now and Win great prizes worth up to RM100,000 with the top cash prize being RM20,000.

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Dato’ Yasmin Mahmood’s appointment as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC), effective 15 September 2014.

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Get to know the future for cloud computing and how it can transform your business.

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Join in the fun, open to amateurs and professionals from the creative multimedia industry.

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The latest version of MGPWA 2014 Self-Assessment Manual is now available.

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Please be warned that the publication and distribution of the "Malaysia MSC Status Company Director" is NOT authorized, related or associated with MDeC.
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Apply for SSO opportunity now

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Digital Malaysia invites you to use digital better and do more lah!

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MDeC is pleased to announce that you can now also SMS us on any questions pertaining MSC Malaysia, Digital Malaysia & MDeC. All you need to do is TYPE MDEC ASK (your email address)(your inquiries), send to 15888


Malaysia: A world Class Hub for Data Centres. Visit the official data centre website.


MOSTI, MDeC training grants to Malaysian students and Creative Multimedia industry practitioners
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What is Digital Malaysia (DM)?

Digital Malaysia is a unique programme based on three strategic thrusts. It will create an ecosystem that promotes the pervasive use of ICT in all aspects of the economy to connect communities globally and interact in real time resulting in increased Gross National Income, enhanced productivity and improved standards of living. This will result in a developed digital economy that connects and empowers government, businesses and citizens.

The Digital Malaysia programme’s three strategic thrusts will leverage on new and existing initiatives to drive Malaysia towards a digital economy.

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