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Asean must enhance integration and link up

ASEAN needs to reposition itself by enhancing regional integration and strengthening linkages with other countries or economic regions to retain its attractiveness and complement development in the region, according to International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz.


Amex upbeat on 2003 business

AMERICAN Express (M) Sdn Bhd (Amex) which has been growing at a steady rate of 10% to 15% yearly, expects a 10% growth in business for 2003, according to its global establishment services director Ani Dinasan.


Protasco to raise RM56m from listing

PROTASCO Bhd, which is aiming for a KLSE main board listing in the third quarter of this year, expects to raise RM56mil from its flotation exercise, its executive chairman Datuk Hasnur Rabiain Ismail said.


Darul Ehsan unit targets RM1mil software sales

KUMPULAN Darul Ehsan Bhd#039;s wholly owned subsidiary Global Systems Integration Sdn Bhd hopes to achieve RM1mil in sales in the next six months from the marketing of Datastream Systems Inc#039;s enterprise asset management software.


Mall achieves 70% occupancy

KUMPULAN Emas Bhd#039;s latest shopping complex in Sri Kembangan, the South City Plaza, is set to open in November with 70% occupancy rate.


Being receptive in the workplace

FABER Medi-Serve Sdn Bhd managing director Tajul Azwa Bani Hashim is what he is today thanks to his parents.


McDonald’s entering new phase, says CEO

A new phase is shaping up at McDonald#146;s, famous for its I>Big Mac /I>worldwide. The new buzz words, said CEO and country manager Robert Beard, will be quality and speed.


Integration most vital to cost of operations

SAP Malaysia does not envisage itself getting into a brawl over pricing with low-cost niche players in the war to capture market share in the small- and mid-size segment.


Leaders find link between war and poverty

Fighting poverty is widely seen as the key to world peace and stability, a World Bank poll of 2,600 opinion leaders in 48 countries found, yet most respondents saw wealth gaps growing within and between their countries.


Develop knowledge-based economy

IN the Information Age, a more integrated global economy, and greater liberalisation of markets, a country#8217;s competitive advantage is less dependent on such factors as labour, land and natural resources, but increasingly on its potential to produce, acquire, utilise and disseminate knowledge.