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Mesinaga Bhd has secured a contract worth RM1.9 billion for the Malaysia International Internet Gateway (EM-IIG) project undertaken by Xiddig Cellular Communications Sdn Bhd.
Mesiniaga said the contract is for the commissioning of the core, metro distribution and access network with related support systems for the EM-IIG project.