Malaysia scores 5.89 and finishes second place among the resource and efficiency-driven¹ economies on the Connectivity Scorecard 2013 index.
Malaysia has been a consistent performer in the Scorecard, and has maintained its position at the top 3 of the rankings. However, unlike previous years, due to the addition of some new mobility metrics this year, Malaysia’s lead over other countries has reduced
substantially. On the other hand, these new metrics have also played to Malaysia’s advantage in some areas.
¹ As defined by The World Economic Forum www.weforum.org
... the highest average mobile broadband speed is in Austria, Norway and Spain.
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