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THE private sector should start the ball rolling in bridging the digital divide in this country instead of relying on the government, says Dr Mukesh Aghi, chief executive officer from Universitas 21 Global.
COME August, buyers who are looking for homes in Bandaraya Shah Alam may be able to pick a unit of their choice right in the middle of the former Batu Tiga racing track under an integrated township development by Lebar Daun Development Sdn Bhd.
HUNZA Properties Bhd is launching 2,025 units of residential and commercial properties with a gross sales value of RM310mil in the northern region this year, Its group executive chairman Datuk Khor Teng Tong told I>StarBiz /I>
LOCAL small- and medium-sized industries (SMIs) are reducing their investments in China as multinational corporations (MNCs) in Malaysia have stopped relocating to the republic since late last year.
ASIA Life (M) Bhd has projected a 15% growth in total gross premiums to RM392mil for its financial year ending Dec 31, 2003.
PEN-ADS (M) Sdn Bhd, the leading one-stop advertising agency in the northern region, is projecting a 10% to 15% growth in its billings this year. It also expects increased business in servicing the education and healthcare sectors, its managing director K.K. Tang told I>StarBiz /I>in Penang.
The Enron scandal and then the saga of WorldCom have dented our perception of accountants as straight-laced, 'by the book' individuals. And that's just among the general public.
FINANCIALLY weak MCM Tech-nologies Bhd is not keen to stay that way for too long. Even so, the company#039;s officials are bold about not allowing the losses to weigh down its long-term goals.
AS I write, I grieve with tear-swollen eyes. One of my closest friends, Mary Thanabalan (nee Mary Goh) died #8220;yesterday#8221; morning (Feb 27) after failing to recover from brain surgery to remove a tumour, which had maliciously wrapped itself around her brain stem. I have had many bouts of sobbing, and I am not finished. But Mary would have been the first to insist that commitments must be met. So I write.