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Home grown animation company, Centraline Animation Sdn Bhd aims to be the number one animation house in China with revenue of RM6mil by year-end, said executive chairman Damien Leong.
Malaysian companies should strike while the iron is hot in Saudi Arabia, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.
Sarawak state's tourism industry players have not capitalised on the Internet facilities to sell their tour packages and other related services, deputy state secretary (planning and development) Datuk Mohd Morshidi Abdul Ghani said.
Malaysian companies must be prepared to sink in substantial investments, run the risks and ride the challenges if they want to succeed in penetrating the lucrative Middle-East market, said Seven Seas Computers LLC strategy and intellectual assets director Mehboob Hamza.
A West Asian country is currently exploring the option of sinking a US$50mil fund into Malaysia to promote investment in the county's information technology (IT) sector, said Multimedia Development Corp (MDeC) chief executive officer Badlisham Ghazali on Sunday.
MSC-status company eGames Global Sdn Bhd has secured an investment of US$25mil from Japan-based trust fund company Digital Contents Trust Inc (JDC) for the development of world-class online content and games.
CYBERJAYA is shaping up well as a world-class intelligent city for international information and communications technology (ICT) enterprises and a lively residential and commercial address in the south of the Klang Valley.
THE growing stature of Cyberjaya as the melting pot for information and communications technology (ICT) enterprises will serve to attract more foreign direct investments to the country's shores. This will spur greater interest in properties there.
Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) aims to widen its global presence in Bangalore, India, one of the world's fastest-growing information, communications and technology (ICT) market.
myMCSB Sdn Bhd, a unit of second board-listed MCSB Systems (M) Bhd, plans to expand its domestic and regional presence, said chief executive officer Julius Lim Sheng Loong.