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Strong fourth quarter performance expected from Mesiniaga

Continuing the series on the Capital Market Development Fund (CMDF)-Bursa Malaysia Research Scheme (CBRS), we feature today five companies.

Goldis investing in budding entrepreneurs

TRADITIONALLY, the investing community assesses the profitability of new businesses based on their business models. But Goldis Bhd, a private equity investment company, adopts a slightly different approach.

Discussing future of urban Malays

ABOUT 500 academicians, professionals, government officials and Umno members attended the Urban Malay (Melayu Bandar) Convention that was held at the Grand Bluewave Hotel in Shah Alam last weekend.

IHT to have business insert in Thai edition

The I>International Herald Tribune/I(I>IHT/I>) will co-publish an English-language business daily insert in Thai editions of the newspaper beginning June 1, the company's partner said on Friday.

Connecting the world

One man is helping to bring the world together through telecommunication, writes MAJORIE CHIEW.

Get the global business edge

The list of requirements demanded by industry gets longer by the day, so much so that not many institutions can claim to offer their students the plethora of skills now required.

Local SMIs want good African partners

LOCAL small- and medium-sized industries (SMIs) want to have good African partners to be successful in their investments in the African continent.

Low Yat plans 2 major projects in KL

LOW Yat Group will soon have two integrated commercial cum mixed developments in Kuala Lumpur, under its plans to make a bigger foray into the property development and investment arena.

China firms seek tie-up with locals

FOUR leading manufacturers of electronic and telecommunication devices from China are interested to establish joint-venture manufacturing operations with local partners in Malaysia.

Asia embraces the virtual office

B>A/B>S the clock struck 6pm in California, a visiting Santiago Go was just getting ready to begin his office hours. It would be 9am the next day in the Philippines and it was time to keep tabs on the family-owned enterprise, Evergreen Industries, a maker of construction materials, thousands of miles back home in Asia.