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COMPETITIVE bidding will ensure that future privatised projects in Malaysia will not fail, said Finance Ministry#039;s former secretary-general Tan Sri Clifford Herbert.
Most government contracts and procurements will be done through open tenders to limit opportunities for corruption.
The private sector was left in little doubt as to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi's message at the NEAC Dialogue Forum Tuesday. Read some of the views by the business community.
Today's CEO Outlook features three country chiefs of some of the world's biggest IT companies, plus one Malaysian entrepreneur who has gone through many ups and downs.
HARN Len Corp Bhd is targeting to increase its oil palm plantations land to 20,234.28ha from the existing 6,650ha within the next two years.
The fate of Malaysia's ancient art of batik was discussed at a spirited convention recently. VERONICA SHUNMUGAM reports on the I>Konvensyen Usahawan Batik SeMalaysia/Ithat was held late last year in Kota Baru.
Construction will lead the way as the future growth drivers of the restructured and revitalised Sunway Holdings Inc Bhd (SunInc) group.
Critics brush it off as just a ploy to win votes during the next general election, but for those who are really in need, the Government's micro credit scheme is bringing timely relief, writes K.S. USHA DEVI.
KUB Malaysia Bhd's wholly-owned subsidiary Summit Petroleum (M) Sdn Bhd signed a RM120mil deal yesterday to buy liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) from Thailand and Singapore as part of its efforts to expand its distribution of LPG for domestic and industrial usage.