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Comment By Wong Siew Hai IN my previous article, I wrote about the Malaysia Productivity Blueprint (MPB) and the electrical and electronics (E&E) industry being one of the nine priority sub-sectors which offered our nation high potential growth opportunities.
UNLOCKING greater productivity within Malaysia’s industrial sectors is one of the national strategies to drive continuous economic growth and expansion.
PETALING JAYA: Private equity firm Primus Pacific Partners has lodged an appeal over a New York court’s refusal to hear its US$500mil claim against Goldman Sachs for issues related to the 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) scandal in Malaysia, reports the Financial Times (FT).
Construction outfit WCT Holdings Bhd is the cream of the crop in its industry, known for its expertise and ability to deliver projects on time or ahead of time, and within budget.
PETALING JAYA: An academic who has done extensive research on the nexus between government-linked companies (GLCs) and political financing said that the new bumiputra agenda should look at wealth inequality among the less privileged Malaysians instead of only one race.
PAKATAN Harapan’s election campaign included a host of promises, most of which are now being pursued without much controversy. But the elephant in the room that the new administration has yet to directly address is Malaysia’s affirmative action programme and its host of race-based policies that favour bumiputras.
BEIJING: Dada-JD Daojia has raised US$500mil from existing backers JD.com Inc and Walmart Inc to quicken the growth of its delivery network across China.
MUMBAI: Chanda Kochhar, chief executive officer of ICICI Bank Ltd will be going on leave as a panel appointed by the lender probes allegations against her.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia intends to recover all funds illicitly taken from 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), and determine whether there are grounds for claims against companies, including Goldman Sachs, that profited from dealing with the beleaguered state fund
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