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PETALING JAYA: Property developer Matrix Concepts Holdings Bhd has inked agreements with Japan’s Nissin Ex Co Ltd and Nihon House Corp to jointly venture into the manufacturing of prefabricated building materials using the Industrialised Building System (IBS) technology.
JOHOR BARU: Now is the best time for local small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to expand their export activities in view of the weakening of the ringgit against the greenback, says Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (Matrade) southern region director Raphy Md Radzi.
HUMAN resources is no longer about being just a strategic partner, but one must become a strategic “positioner” within the organisation. This was the message Maslow Trainers and Consultants chief executive officer Datuk Dr Siraj Khan hopes human resource (HR) practitioners will take to heart in the face of a changing global business culture.
Samsung’s corporate car-crash over its exploding Note 7 smartphones has shone a spotlight on South Korea’s “chaebol” business culture – the family-run empires whose rigid corporate structure and opaque governance style aren’t always best suited to a crisis.
Copenhagen aims to become the world's first carbon-neutral capital by 2025. It's already a cycling city. It wants to use much more renewable energy.
BUENOS AIRES: President Mauricio Macri sees foreign investment as key to Argentina’s economic prosperity. This week, he will try to convince the world’s businessmen that they too should share that vision.
SUBANG: The “bad habit” of delaying or not making payments pose a huge risk to small and medium enterprises (SMEs), said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
The foreign business culture and quiet life in Shandong province have not stopped the Sime Darby team from building ‘guanxi’ for the success of their venture.
LONDON (Reuters) - International firms are hunting for Western-educated Iranians to take on executive jobs in the Islamic Republic after the removal of most sanctions, but are finding it hard to win them over.
IN line with Malaysia’s move to become a high income nation by 2020, Malaysian Advertisers Association (MAA) is stepping up its initiatives to diversify its membership base to include small and medium enterprises (SMEs), which currently form the backbone of the country’s economy.