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Food brand keen on overseas partners

HOMEGROWN brand Brahim’s continues to seek potential overseas distributors and partners as it showcased its extensive range of products at the Malaysia International Halal Showcase 2018 (Mihas 2018).


Kinta is built on action

As an action movie,Kinta is set to go places- even if the film didn'tturn out to be whatthe director initiallyplanned it to be.

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Shooting for the golden era

Yangon: A deadly race to find hidden treasure, car chases and slick fight scenes drive the breakneck narrative of one of Myanmar’s latest blockbusters, as a new generation of directors aim to revive the country’s golden era of film.


Lights, camera.... alas, no action

At the box office, that is. Believe it or not, the Malaysian film scene is excitingly diverse, but many good films are not getting the support they deserve.


Homegrown company a global market leader

WHILE Malaysia is not short of strong companies that export their products and services to the rest of the world, not many homegrown companies can claim to be market leaders in the global arena.


eBworx ramps up capacity to meet demand

Mesdaq-listed financial solutions specialist eBworx Bhd is in a capacity expansion mode to prepare for a bigger order book, according to chief executive officer Tan Suan Fong.


Bulgaria reforms on hold as government clings to stability

SOFIA (Reuters) - A few months ago Bulgarian Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski's government looked as though it would fall as ten of thousands joined protests against endemic corruption.

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Local firms lagging behind

FIFTY-SEVEN per cent of China's total exports in 2004 were from foreign-funded businesses which hold stock in core technologies, brands and the global marketing network.


Made in Petaling Street

James Lee's latest film features some interesting talents from Malaysia and Singapore.


New Finas director-general aims to take film industry out of traditional sphere

Datuk Kamil Othman, director-general of the National Film Development Corporation, is the man with a plan.