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VADS eyes two contact centre jobs

VADS Bhd, via its subsidiary VADS e-Services Sdn Bhd, is in talks with two public-listed companies for possible deals to manage their contact centres.


AirAsia planning RM150mil bonds

AIRASIA Sdn Bhd, Asia#039;s only low-fare, no-frills airline, is in advanced negotiations with its merchant bankers on a RM150mil Islamic bond issue in three tranches. It could be rolled out as early as in September.


Seminar for investors in EE sector

LOCAL and foreign investors will have the ideal platform to interact and discuss the investment opportunities in the Malaysian electronic and electrical (Eamp;E) industries at the 1½-day seminar to be held in conjunction with the 4-day electronic manufacturing exhibition I>Nepcon Malaysia 2003/I>.


It’s all systems go for iNavigate

INAVIGATE Sdn Bhd, a Multimedia Super Corridor-status start-up, plans to roll out its services to mobile phone users by next month.


Spa treats

Nowadays sophisticated and specific spa treatments can involve tricky techniques coupled with products harvested from the oceans, MICHELE LIAN reports.


Telemedicine the way to go

Surgical procedures involving robots, which have been the stuff of science documentaries and even TV shows over the past decade, are now becoming a reality in Malaysia with the development of telemedicine here.


AXA Affin sees premium boost

AXA Affin Assurance Bhd, a leading player in the motor insurance sector, expects a better set of results this year, partly due to the company#039;s cost cutting and risk management measures.


HSBC Malaysia regional hub for Islamic financing

INTERNATIONAL banking group HSBC is strategically positioning its unit HSBC Bank Malaysia Bhd to be its Islamic financial business hub for the South-East Asian region, HSBC Bank Malaysia deputy chairman and chief executive officer Zarir J. Cama told I>StarBiz/I>.


Faring in global offshore businesses

Ching Yew Chye, Accenture's managing partner for Southeast Client Group) takes a look at the benefits of moving operations across the seas and more importantl;y seeks to answer Malaysia's future in an increasingly crowded space.


Retailers brace for tough times

Property Talk: A weekly column by S.C. Cheah.This week he says that retailers, suffering the brunt of the war in Iraq and the outbreak of a killer virus, are already up in arms preparing themselves for the worst.