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OUR CEO OUTLOOK 2003 today features the Malaysia-based CEOs of three of the largest IT corporations #8211; Datuk Wong Siew Hai of Intel Corp, Khatijah Shah of SAP, and T.F. CHONG of Hewlett-Packard (HP). The three CEOs are looking forward to 2003 as they expect a pickup in the world economy will boost spending on IT.
LAST year was a bumper year for world commodity markets, unlike those for equities.
CEOS believe Malaysia will do well in 2003 despite uncertainties for the global economy.
The practical side of this dreamer was forged early. Taniguchi was just 8 years#8217; old and just a mile and a quarter from ground zero when the atom bomb hit Hiroshima. Aside from losing his hair for a while, he was unharmed.
What made Atilla the Hun, Genghis Khan and Alexander the Great succeed? Not unsurprisingly, it is the same thing that makes modern companies successful. The answer is good teamwork with motivated leadership, of course.
THE president and CEO of Siemens AG, Dr Heinrich von Pierer, arrived in Kuala Lumpur yesterday for a two-day visit during which he will have discussions with Malaysian government officials and businessmen on economic issues and possible joint ventures.
MAYBAN Management Bhd expects a take-up rate of 60% for its newly launched Mayban Ethical Trust Fund (METF) #8211; the first of its kind in Malaysia #8211; and Mayban Value Trust Fund (MVTF) during the initial 21-day offer period ending Jan 27. Its chief executive officer Ismail Mohd Yusof was speaking after the launch of the METF and MVTF in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.
Top producer Saudi Arabia and other members of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) are reportedly set to increase oil output by up to two million barrels per day (bpd) to cool blistering prices that are threatening the world economy.
KULIM Technology Park Corp Bhd, which manages the Kulim Hi-Tech Park, will review its decision to list the company#039;s shares on the KLSE, originally scheduled for this year.
MALAYSIA Debt Ventures Bhd (MDV), a debt financier and development facilitator for information and communications technology (ICT) companies, aims to approve loans totalling over RM800mil to information technology (IT)-related firms incorporated in Malaysia by the end of this year.