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Companies must stay ahead of competition to survive

MALAYSIAN companies must find new ways of staying ahead of competition in terms of products, technology and marketing strategies, according to the head of National Economic Action Council#039;s globalisation task force Prof Dr Mahani Zainal Abidin.


Reaping the harvest of a demographic dividend

IT is no big secret that Malaysia has a demographic profile that appeals to investors, and this is represented by among other things, its very young population base.


China beckons M’sian firms

MALAYSIAN construction firms have been urged to participate in international consortiums bidding for a slice of the US$21bil worth of projects for the Beijing Olympics in 2008.


Standard Chartered targeting two-digit growth in SMI loans

STANDARD Chartered Bank Malaysia Bhd sees loans to small-and medium-sized industries (SMIs), which currently totals RM1bil, to grow by double digits this year, general manager for business financial services Loh Gim Chuan said.


Ten CEOs become brands in their own right

TEN Malaysian chief executives of star quality have become brands in their own right, according to the findings of a survey on corporate image and perception carried out by Alpha Platform Sdn Bhd.


MDV to give out RM800mil loans

MALAYSIA Debt Ventures Bhd (MDV) aims to approve RM800mil worth of loans by the end of its financial year ending March 2004, according to chief executive officer and managing director Jiro Suzuki.


A test-bed for e-learning

THE memorandum of understanding (MoU) to be signed between the Open University Malaysia and Britain-based University for Industry on Thursday will be a test-bed for the government to gauge and establish regulatory approaches and standards for e-learning.


Helping others after being through difficult times

DATUK Liew Kee Sin, 45, holds education very close to his heart. As a graduate from Universiti Malaya, he joined a local merchant bank in 1981 and after five years, ventured into property development.


A journey of self-discovery

Wendy Tan was at a low point both personally and in her business when she came across an advertisement about a programme called #8220;Money and You.#8221;


Malaysian AdCongress spearheads common syllabus

WHAT a busy March it has been for the advertising fraternity! First, it was the annual screening of the London International Advertising Awards, then the launch of a book jointly authored by a media specialist and a creative, followed by the election of new office bearers to the Association of Accredited Advertising Agents (4As) before the month was brought to a close with the inaugural Malaysian AdCongress 2003 in Langkawi.