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位于马六甲和柔佛的玛拉数码电子商场预料将于明年投入运作,以鼓励更多土著商人投身于资讯工艺领域。


这两间以土著为主的商场将建在马六甲的Sungai Rambai以及柔佛拉庆(Larkin)

乡村及区域发展部部长伊斯迈沙比里表示,目前有109名土著商人,从现有4家位于吉隆坡、莎阿南、怡保及关丹的玛拉数码电子商场获利。

他指出政府将继续为土著拓展商业机会,并放眼要在每一个州属建立一家玛拉数码电子商场。

“政府的长期目标是要在全国各州开设玛拉数码电子商场后,再拓展到县级地区。不过县级地区的电子商场规模相对小。”

伊斯迈沙比里昨日在关丹玛拉数码电子商场开幕后,向记者表示:“既然土著本身都是数码电子商品的消费者,我们不要土著在数码领域落后其他人。”


伊斯迈也说政府需要各个州政府的合作,以圈定可发展为数码电子商场的地点。

他举例马六甲的玛拉数码电子商场,就已确定在该州Sungai Rambai乡村转型中心(RTC)设立。

这主要是协助该部门可以豁免土著商人首6个月的租金,吸引他们勇于创业,让他们在交付租金以前,可以巩固本身的生意业务。

另外,伊斯迈也补充,吉隆坡玛拉数码电子商场在2015年12月就曾写下2830万销售额的记录。

他说,消费者不用担心会购买到冒牌货,因为在该部门的措施下,来自国内贸易、合作社与消费部的官员将会确保玛拉数码电子商场的货物货真价实。

另一方面,伊斯迈也说。为了确保土著可以在未来掌握电子资讯知识,该部门也设立玛拉促进中心(GiatMara)以提供相关训练和课程。


“玛拉促进中心负责提供修理手机的短期课程,而玛拉高技能学院可吉隆坡大学则会提供工程、电脑、多媒体及软件相关的课程。”

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KUANTAN: Two more Mara Digital Malls will open in Melaka and Johor next year, to increase the participation of Bumiputera entrepreneurs in the retail business related to information and communications technology (ICT).

The new malls will be in Sungai Rambai and Larkin.

Rural and Regional Development Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob said so far, 109 Bumiputera entrepreneurs had benefited from their business in the four existing Mara Digital Malls in Kuala Lumpur, Shah Alam, Ipoh and Kuantan.

He said the ministry would continue to explore opportunities to create at least one Mara Digital Mall in each state, as ICT-related malls have a wider market.

“The ministry’s long-term goal is to expand Mara Digital to the district level, after successfully opening Mara Digital Malls in all states. However, for the district level, the scale will be smaller, similar to the ones at Mara arcades.


“We do not want the Bumiputera to be left behind in ICT-related business, considering that they are also the biggest buyers of ICT gadgets,” he told a media conference after opening the Kuantan Mara Digital mall at Plaza Gambut here yesterday.

Ismail said the ministry needed cooperation from the state government to assist in identifying buildings that could be developed as a mall.

He gave the example of the mall in Sungai Rambai, Melaka, which was established at the Rural Transformation Centre (RTC).

This was to facilitate the ministry to waive rental payments for six months for entrepreneurs doing business at Mara Digital Mall as way to attract traders and to help them consolidate finances before starting to pay rent, he said.

Ismail added that Mara Digital was well received as the mall in Kuala Lumpur had recorded sales volume of RM28.3 million since its inception in December 2015.

He said buyers should rest easy about the risk of counterfeit products because the ministry’s policies required officials from the domestic trade, cooperatives and consumerism ministry in the Mara Digital committee to ensure the authenticity of the products.

Ismail said in order to ensure that Bumiputeras have the skills to develop ICT gadgets in the future, institutions under the ministry, such as GiatMara, had embarked on industry-related courses.

“GiatMara is offering short-term smartphone repair courses while Mara Higher Skills Colleges and Universiti Kuala Lumpur offer engineering, computer and multimedia software courses,” he said.

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