BFM 89.9

Podcast  >  Morning Run  >  Morning Brief  >  Analogue Cabotage Policy In A Digital Age

Analogue Cabotage Policy In A Digital Age

Nabila Hussain, Policy Communications Lead, Social & Economic Research Initiative (SERI)

18-Aug-21 08:30

Analogue Cabotage Policy In A Digital Age

Facebook and Google have just unveiled a new undersea cable project, called Apricot. This will connect Singapore, Japan, Guam, the Philippines, Taiwan and Indonesia but Malaysia is absent. Is our cabotage policy the reason? Nabila Hussain, Policy Communications Lead at Social & Economic Research Initiative (SERI) gives us her view.

Image credit: Shutterstock.com

Produced by: Moh Heng Ying

Presented by: Khoo Hsu Chuang, Wong Shou Ning, Philip See


Download the BFM mobile app. Stay at home and stay up-to-date.

Tags:  internetunderseacableFacebookGoogleconnectcabotagepolicyWee Ka SiongAnthony LokeexemptionGovernment/Regulatory/Policy MakingInternet, e-Business, e-commerceMedia, Marketing, AdvertisingTelecom, IT, TechnologyEconomy, MarketsPropertyPolitics, News, Current Affairs


Business
Money

Share this podcast




Play / Pause

Listen now : Morning Brief

Today’s Shows



6:00 AM

The 6AM Stretch

7:05 AM

Market Watch

7:15 AM

Morning Brief

8:05 AM

The Breakfast Grille

8:30 AM

Morning Brief

9:00 AM

Opening Bell

9:35 AM

The Property Show

10:05 AM

Open For Business

Kiran Jethwa, Founder & CEO of Fumase

10:30 AM

One Goal At A Time - Goh Miah Kiat, CEO, Karex

11:05 AM

Tech Talk

MSP with Matt Armitage

12:00 PM

Enterprise Biz Bytes

1:00 PM

The Breakfast Grille Repeat

2:05 PM

Live & Learn

3:05 PM

Good Things

tbc; tbc

4:05 PM

Health and Living

Doctor in the House: World Polio Day - Malaysia Ends Polio

5:05 PM

The Evening Edition

5:35 PM

KIV

6:05 PM

Inside Story

7:05 PM

The Evening Edition

8:05 PM

On The Ball

9:00 PM

A Bit of Culture

10:00 PM

The Flow