Analogue Cabotage Policy In A Digital Age
Nabila Hussain, Policy Communications Lead, Social & Economic Research Initiative (SERI)
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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.
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Produced by: Moh Heng Ying
Presented by: Khoo Hsu Chuang, Wong Shou Ning, Philip See
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