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Quality education – at what price?

Your retirement money should not be sacrificed for your children’s education


Paramount sells education ops; plans to be property group

PETALING JAYA: Paramount Corp Bhd is slowly monetising its assets in the education business and entrenching itself in the property sector, in line with its strategic plan of becoming a pure-play property group.

Analyst Reports

Education and opportunity

EDUCATION is a fundamental driver of personal, national, and global development. Since the beginning of the century, recognition of this has driven many countries to pursue the Millennium Development Goal of achieving universal primary education and eradicating gender disparities at all levels of education by 2015.

Corporate News

Education sector likely to see diverging fortunes

PETALING JAYA: The education sector may see diverging fortunes ahead amid a potentially big change in industry hiring trends that is currently developing.


Paramount to acquire 66% of REAL Education

KUALA LUMPUR: Property and education company Paramount Corp Bhd will acquire a 66% controlling stake in REAL Education Group Sdn Bhd for RM183mil.


Education's evolution

In the old days, education was always thought of as a social good rather than a lucrative business.


Paramount Corp selling education business for RM540.5m cash

KUALA LUMPUR: Paramount Corporation Bhd is selling its education business to Two Horses Capital Sdn Bhd which is owned by Tunku Ali Redhauddin and Datuk Ganendran Sarvananthan.

Corporate News

China private education firms tumble as Beijing tightens grip

SHANGHAI/HONG KONG: Chinese private education stocks sank on Friday after Beijing moved to tighten the reins on the early education sector, citing child safety issues that have hit some firms over the last year and saying that others were making too much profit.


High cost of private education

Jagdev Singh Sidhu says the ever increasingcost of private education is pricing thesector beyond the reach of most people.


Four in 5 parents wished they had saved earlier for education

KUALA LUMPUR: Nearly two-thirds (64%) of Malaysian parents consider paying for their children’s education to be the best investment they can make, and 84% wished they had started saving earlier, a HSBC survey found.