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AS the telecommunications industry in Asia-Pacific further consolidates, we will see an average of three players emerging from each country (Frost Sullivan, November 2002). In Malaysia too, efforts have been made to consolidate the industry with a view to strengthening the industry and increasing competitiveness. Customers are a key factor in the equation as the consolidation will not only create a more efficient industry but also act as a catalyst to bring about a more customer-focused operating environment.
International alliances, mergers, global branding and public-private partnerships are increasingly the buzzwords of education - a business in which everyone wants a share. This scramble for the education pie will change the scope of education, especially its method, speed and extent of delivery.
Title: The Great Software Debate #8211; Open, Free Or Proprietary? Publisher: Juken Consultancy Price: RM29.50/B>
WHERE before Malaysian enterprises outsourced their information technology (IT) management services in bits and pieces #8211; an example being application development #8211; today, it is with the objective of seeking a strong technology partner who can help them transform their business, Chew Chuan Chin, country manager for IBM Global Services, IBM Malaysia, said
The Hainanese were the Johnnies-come-lately in the history of Malaya#8217;s Chinese settlement. And, unwittingly, many of them ended up as chefs, discovers SHARON TAN.
THE war in Iraq is certainly taking a toll on the rubber glove industry. Whereas rising latex prices were pretty much the main concern over the last five quarters, the recent standoff followed by the outbreak of war in the Middle East has led to further increases in production costs.