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Brand building is vital for M’sia

The Star holds a panel discussion on the prospects for the Malaysian advertising industry. Q R on the discussions.

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SEG plans more China tie-ups

PRIVATE education provider SEG International Bhd, which recently linked up with Weifang University to market its academic programmes in China's Shandong province, expects to reach similar tie-ups for seven or eight more locations in China, SEG director for international affairs Tan Sin Kean said.

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FranNet opens office in KL

THE world#039;s largest franchising consultant network FranNet has opened it first Asia-Pacific office in Kuala Lumpur, further expanding its international presence.

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Being practical when investing in property

'BUY with your calculator and not your heart.'

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Cashing in on the human factor

Learning consultancy Time Manager International, better known as TMI, will start operating in Malaysia next month, having appointed Maxi Resources as its local representative together with TMI Western Australia as its strategic partner.

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Maximising benefits of Asean-China Free Trade Area

THE creation of an Asean-China Free Trade Area (ACFTA) would create market opportunities and challenges for both Asean and China but to complement China, Asean would first have to put its own house in order, Asean-Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Myanmar president Pyone Maung Maung said.

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SEGi tapping China education market via tie-up

PRIVATE education provider SEG International Bhd (SEGi) is tapping the Chinese market via collaboration with Weifang University in Shangdong province.

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Budget reinforces stimulus

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.

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Impact of change to OHQ incentives

The final part featuring PricewaterhouseCoopers' answer to questions from readers on Budget 2004.