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Reminder to install airbags

If car makers here continue to ignore government reminders to install airbags in their vehicles, they may be forced by law to do so.


Kong playing matchmaker

The much talked-about effort to help bring small- and medium-sized enterprises into the information, communication and technology age by the MCA is shaping up, with party president Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting unveiling its one-stop centre - MCA ICT Resource Centre - this Thursday, writes FOONG PEK YEE.


MCA sets up centre to help SMEs move into ICT age

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have been reminded of the need to move into the information and communications technology (ICT) age to stay competitive.


i2 to boost promising firms

Local companies with good potential can look forward to another boost in their expansion under a project named 'i2' - Innovation and Initiative - to be launched early next month.


Helping the obsolete worker stay competitive

Globalisation and rapid advancement of technology have left many small-scale businesses in a fix. The problem is compounded by the thousands of unemployable graduates. FOONG PEK YEE looks at the MCA's latest Lifelong Learning campaign aimed at helping them improve their competitiveness.


OCBC loans for SMEs to hit RM5bil this year

OCBC Bank (M) Bhd expects to approve RM5bil in loans for the small- and medium-scale enterprises (SMEs) this year, up from RM4bil in 2004.


Plan for SME bank approved

THE National Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Development Council has approved the setting up of an SME bank to further improve access financing by the SMEs and nurture enterprises towards the creation of an entrepreneurial society.


Development financing activities stepped up

THE development financial institutions (DFIs) stepped up their financing activities last year as they continued to provide financial support to the sectors of the economy that were identified as of priority and strategic.


Ideal for sustained expansion

THE prospects for sustained growth in domestic demand and a positive external outlook mean that domestic monetary conditions will remain conducive for a sustained expansion in household consumption and provide support for business activities and capacity expansion, Bank Negara said.


Online fetches 175% premium on Mesdaq debut

SOFTWARE solutions provider Online One Corp Bhd registered a stunning premium of 70 sen or 175% over its initial public offering price of 40 sen, as it closed at RM1.10 on its debut day on the Mesdaq Market yesterday.