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Will Malaysia Become Fintech’s Next Global Hub?

WorldNews Friday, 13 March 2020
Will Malaysia Become Fintech’s Next Global Hub?Singapore, Sweden, the UK, the Netherlands, Canada–over the past several years, all of these countries have been increasingly identified as the world’s most prominent fintech hubs. However, the fintech industry is growing so quickly that there is a need to continuously expand the network of industry’s epicenters, particularly in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) region. As such, Malaysia–though it has played a rather minor role on the global fintech stage–has been identified as a possible location for the fintech industry to further establish itself. Of course, the country isn’t there yet–“I don’t think that Malaysia has established itself as a global...
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