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The making of a sports industry

2011 is the Year of Sports Industry for Malaysia. The goal is to built a viable and robust national sports industry, which includes hosting major international events and developing talent. What would it take?


Raising the profile of motorsport

MALAYSIA has a long history of motorsport, but it's the international events such as the Formula One (F1) and the World Motorcycle Grand Prix (MotoGP) that pull in the big crowds.


Your 10 Questions by Datuk K. Rajagopal

National Football coach Datuk K. Rajagopal answers your 10 questions.


Andaman banks on student market

ANDAMAN Property Management Sdn Bhd's leaseback GRR (guaranteed rental return) scheme for its projects, which offers rental returns from the student housing market, is a hit with property buyers.


New players enter the TV market

Can the newcomers make an impact in the monopolised market? Astro says it welcomes competition.


Your 10 questions for Tan Sri Lim Wee Chai

Dr Lim Wee Chai, Top Glove chief answers your 10 questions.


IPTV a relatively new business for TM

SECURING exclusive content to differentiate themselves from their competitors can be a challenge for broadcasters and Internet protocol TV (IPTV) operators as it can also mean investing top dollar for the content.


Nadzmi: Nature gives a very good lesson in business

JUGGLING between his own businesses and being the president of the Badminton Association of Malaysia, Datuk Seri Nadzmi Mohd Salleh seems to have his hands full nowadays. But he still has a driving passion for Proton despite losing his bid to DRB-Hicom.


Monopoly to end, move to share popular TV content

PETALING JAYA: A policy directive to ensure certain types of popular content, such as some live sports, is not bought on an exclusive basis by any television station in the country is expected to be issued soon, according to industry sources.


Axiata plans RM5b capital expenditure

KUALA LUMPUR: Axiata Group Bhd expects to spend RM4bil to RM5bil for capital expenditure (capex) in its financial year ending Dec 31, 2012, said its president and CEO Datuk Seri Jamaludin Ibrahim.