What holds back about half of the world’s population from using the internet?

Malaysia’s need for speed: How regulatory action is unleashing ultrafast Internet

In Malaysia, regulatory reforms are beginning to shape the trajectory of the digital malaysiainternet2economy to unleash ultrafast internet. The result has been beneficial to Malaysians, especially within the confines of a market with low adoption of fiber internet services in the past decade, compared to its regional peers. But now things are changing. The country’s broadband market is rapidly moving to become more accessible, with increased competition and better quality services – which could potentially expand the digital economy to provide the benefits of economic growth, job creation and social inclusion.

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Energy Access for the Urban Poor Program case study on low-income community engagement in slum electrification/nontechnical loss reduction.

See full tender here: #1178000 Energy Acces for the Urban Poor Program case study on low-income community

Expression of Interest Deadline: 04-Jun-2015 at 11:59:59 PM (EST)

eConsultant2 website: https://wbgeconsult2.worldbank.org

Tender notification: # 1178000

Assignment Countries:
• ZA – South Africa
• LK – Sri Lanka
• PH – Philippines
• MY – Malaysia