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The Architecture and engineering industry are among the importantthe sectors that continue to show an increase in productivity in contributing to economic transformation and national development.
WHO would have thought that in 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic that claimed hundreds of thousands of lives around the world would change our lifestyle and daily routine?
TO drive the electrical and electronics products (E&E) industry in Malaysia to new heights, there must be government support for improved tax incentives for local companies and foreign investors
EXTERNAL trade has continued to improve in November 2020, seeing a year-on-year increase of 4.3% to RM84.43bil compared to the corresponding period last year, thanks to higher exports to the United States, Singapore, China and Hong Kong.
PSPN to focus on tackling the industry, transforming to digital to become a reality to save time, cost and energy
TO remain relevant, a company or organisation needs to increase productivity to achieve economic sustainability.
CREATIVE thinking by a group from Perusahaan Otomobil Nasional Sdn Bhd (Proton) has earned them the Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) Chairman Award at the Annual Productivity and Innovation Conference and Exposition (APIC) 2020.
THE Covid-19 pandemic has made it clear that digital solutions are vital for enterprises to remain competitive, especially SMEs.
AS a consumer, how do you value a pack of chillies that you buy at the supermarket?
THE Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the tourism industry tremendously, and Malaysia is neither exempted.