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CNI, a Malaysian direct-selling company has spread its wings to the Indian subcontinent after successfully establishing itself in Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta.
THE need to reduce duplication of resources, better manage its marketing efforts and gain a greater market share of contracts were factors that drove Kumpulan Darul Ehsan Bhd (KDEB) to reorganise its business units and focus on its strengths.
By Dr ONG HEAN-TATT.
INTEL Corp is investing US$40mil (RM157mil) in a new technology and design facility in Penang to develop assembly and testing processes for chipsets and non-CPU packaging technology for its manufacturing sites worldwide, Intel chief executive officer Datuk Dr Craig Barrett said.
INFORMATION and communications technology (ICT) industry groups, such as Pikom and TeAM, have crafted their wish lists for next year's budget.
ALTHOUGH hopeful, the private education industry does not have high expectations for the upcoming budget 2004 to help boost its growth.
B>NEW YORK:/BUS state officials responsible for investing hundreds of billions of dollars in pension funds have launched an assault on New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) chairman Richard Grasso, demanding his resignation while arguing that his US$140mil pay package compromised his role as regulator.
A Maju Holdings-led consortium is tapping the construction and engineering expertise of Australia#039;s Leighton group to undertake a RM1.35bil contract that it has won to design and build a new highway between Kuala Lumpur and the new federal administrative capital, Putrajaya.