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The University of Abertay Dundee marked the recent opening of its first permanent international office based in Malaysia with a ceremony to honour the local winners of its I>Dare to be Digital/Ientrepreneurship competition.
Australia's unemploymemnt rate stayed at a 14-year low as the robust economy generated jobs in December for the sixth straight month, according to official data released Thursday.
THE year 2003 has been a tough, but productive, one for Asia. The SARS and the Iraq war kept us on the defensive in the first half of the year. It was really not until the fourth quarter when the optimism we had been heralding finally appeared.
Today, we feature the CEOs in the life insurance industry. They are Alex Foong Soo Hah of Great Eastern Life Assurance (M) Bhd, Tan Beng Wah of Asia Life (M) Bhd, Khor Hock Seng of John Hancock Life Insurance (M) Bhd, and K.H. Chia of Hong Leong Assurance Bhd, who is also president of the Life Insurance Association of Malaysia (Liam).
Global fund managers are positioned for stronger economic growth and equity markets next year although they expect interest rates to rise, according to the findings of the latest Merrill Lynch monthly survey.
Three corporate captains featured in Thursday's CEO Outlook series: Datuk Nazir Razak of CIMB, Datuk Lee Oi Han of Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd (KLK) and Carl Bek-Nielsen of United Plantations Bhd (UP) - scions of Malaysia's most prominent families
Asian countries must shift from merely being 'technology parrots,' consumers and manufacturers to become innovators of home-grown technologies, National Economic Action Council (NEAC) executive director Datuk Mustapa Mohamed said.
A MORE flexible exchange rate policy will not address the structural problem of uneven world economic growth, said Bank Negara governor Tan Sri Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz.
A FEW months ago, a fund manager and an analyst paid a visit to the management of OYL Industries Bhd. The fund was contemplating selling its OYL shares after making a decent profit, but on hearing about the prospects of the company, it decided to hold on to the shares.
Tourism Malaysia has lined up several packages in conjunction with the OIC summit to introduce the country's tourist spots to foreign delegates and newsmen.