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Market accessibility major issue for local ICT firms

CYBERJAYA: One of the biggest challenges to developing a Malaysian information and communications technology (ICT) global giant is market accessibility, according to Multimedia Development Corp Sdn Bhd (MDeC) vice-president of industry development division Saifol Shamlan.

Multinational corporations to create 5,000 jobs

GEORGE TOWN: Some 5,000 engineering jobs in hardware and software designing will be created by multinational corporations (MNCs) and local electronic companies in the country by year-end.

Pikom: Can’t do without ICT

PETALING JAYA: Companies should continue to spend on information and communications technology (ICT) amid the current economic downturn so as not to affect their revenue and customer base.

Jia Yu inks production deal with two China TV stations

KUALA LUMPUR: Jia Yu Home Entertainment Sdn Bhd, a company owned by MSC Venture Capital, has inked a co-production deal with two of China#8217;s top television stations, Nanning TV and Changsa TV.

MSC firms hiring 3,500 people

Multimedia Development Corp (MDeC) expects Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC)-status companies to create about 3,500 more jobs by year-end.

MSC-status firms invited to take part in MIM Management Game

Multimedia Development Corp (MDeC) is inviting MSC Malaysia status companies to send teams to compete in the MSC Malaysia MIM Management Game (M3G).

Broad range of financing available for SMEs

There are many types of grants and soft loans available to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to develop and grow their businesses, said Deputy Finance Minister and MCA vice-president Datuk Kong Cho Ha.

Cyberview targets 47 companies this year

Cyberview Sdn Bhd, the landowner of Cyberjaya and the entity leading the entire development of Cyberjaya, is targeting 47 companies to set up operations there this year.

MSC-status firms at HK Filmart meet

Five MSC Malaysia status companies from the Creative Multimedia cluster will feature their productions at the 13th Hong Kong International Film and TV Market (HK Filmart 2009).

Lower spending growth for ICT sector this year

The local information and communications technology (ICT) industry is expected to chart a lower spending growth of 5% this year compared with 8% last year.