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PETALING JAYA: Asia#8217;s first social stock exchange - Impact Investment Exchange Asia (IIX), which is a social enterprise (SE), is expected to be set up and operational by early next year.
While Securities Commission chairman Datuk ZarinahAnwar thinks many companies do subscribe to theprinciples of good business practices, a lot more can bedone. She shares her thoughts with StarBiz on whycompanies should move from corporate socialresponsibility to corporate responsibility.
SOME call it urban renewal, others prefer to call it regeneration. Yet there are those who prefer a less politically charged term like transformation. By whatever name it is called, each of these involve changes to land use.
THE Government is looking at making corporate environmental and social reporting mandatory for local companies around 2007 to ensure greater transparency, said Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister#8217;s Department Datuk M. Kayveas.
THE financial services industry has imposed more rules on capital as part of its efforts to avert a future crisis.
Ajinomoto (Malaysia) Bhd, long known as a stalwart among defensive stocks in Malaysia, does not intend to rest on its laurels.
IN this age of high-tech computer games that require the latest soundcards and faster computers, it is refreshing to go back to games that force one to think rather than just pound away at the keyboard. And I am not talking about chess.
PETALING JAYA: Beijing’s master plan to develop Shenzhen into a world-class model city in six to 15 years is an answer to the US trade aggression on China and Hong Kong’s current political crisis, according to an analysis by state-owned Global Times.
IN 2010, there was an adrenaline rush on education stocks on Bursa Malaysia. It was the time when the National Higher Education Fund (PTPTN) was virtually the “ticket” for private institutions of higher learning (IPTS) to flourish.