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SEOUL (Reuters) - After years of heading abroad in droves to study, more young South Koreans are opting for education at home as expensive overseas degrees no longer provide an edge in a tough job market - and are even a liability.
A letter from DR AHMAD IBRAHIM, Fellow, Academy of Sciences Malaysia, Professor UCSI University.
TOKYO: Carlyle Group, which oversees about US$193bil, will use the almost US$1bil in its third Japan buyout fund to acquire family-owned firms and other mid-cap companies, according to its local co-head.
From DR AHMAD IBRAHIM, Fellow Academy of Sciences Malaysia, Professor UCSI University.
New technology sure is wonderful. Everything and everyone is just a tap away via your smartphone. But increased connectivity also means you’re always switched on and at risk of burning out.
SHANGHAI: Flirting with enormous sums of money in illicit transfers, illegal banking has evolved into a behemoth that can feed corruption, drug trafficking and terrorism.
SIM Choo Kheng has much in common with fellow Penangite Jimmy Choo. Both are better known outside Malaysia for something that their homeland is not well known for — creating theme parks and high-fashion shoes.
JOHOR BARU: Other races should emulate the Chinese who are adept at doing business.
PETALING JAYA: Strategic plans have been drawn up to empower the Indian community, MIC president Datuk Seri G. Palanivel said.
THE United World Chinese Association (UCWA) and Malay Chamber of Commerce Malaysia-Perak (MCCMPK) jointly organised a cultural-exchange event and dinner at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.