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THOSE who have studied science will still recall that CG is an abbreviation for the centre of gravity. However, in corporate lexicon, CG refers to corporate governance. Surprisingly, both entail a study of the different shifts in momentum and focus of force. Perhaps the similarity ends where corporate governance involves human elements and factors affecting its general effectiveness.
MANAGEMENT consultant A.T. Kearney, Inc sees small and medium scale enterprises (SMEs) lending to be a key driver for growth in the Malaysian banking industry and offers significant opportunities to banks, according to vice-president and head of financial institutions group for South-East Asia and India, John Meinhold.
VALUED-ADDED services are the way to make money, according to Unified Communications Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Wong Tze Leng.
The Star holds a panel discussion on the prospects for the Malaysian advertising industry. Q R on the discussions.
PROMOTION is still an important part of doing business regardless of size.
INDIA#039;s richest man with a net worth of US$5.9bil, Azim Premji believes his company Wipro Ltd, #147;can be the world#146;s top 10 service provider very quickly.#148;
An interactive video featuring actors at a mamak stall using various everyday utensils to create music, was voted Best Student Project at the recent MSC-Asia Pacific ICT Awards (Apicta).
MULTIMEDIA Super Corridor-status company asiaEP Bhd, which is targeting a strong listing on the KLSE Mesdaq market, plans to move towards the development of new information technology (IT) applications.
AMERICAN businesses in Malaysia welcome the 2004 Budget, particularly its prudence in tackling the deficit and its emphasis on the services sector, American Malaysian Chamber of Commerce (Amcham) president Tim Garland said.
THE 2004 Budget is a timely move designed to halt a faltering economy after the stimulus package announced in May. The budget has certainly added more strength to those initiatives.