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Mega projects expected to attract local and overseas visitors
MALAYSIA has come a long way in terms of development and economic growth. From being the world’s largest producer of rubber, palm oil and tin in the 60s-70s to a major manufacturing hub in South-East Asia in the 80s-90s, and to where we are now, a diversified economy with 54% of our GDP contributed by service sector.
IT is interesting to note that Hans Tan, currently the domain owner of G-Shiok, a website for Casio watch aficionados, was once a Seiko buff.
SOMETIMES, things are definitly better in pairs, especially when they are in the form of identical twins who have braved the odds to make their business successful.
Urbanisation creates more demand for higher quality services
A SCIENTIST, writer and speaker, Yew Kam Keong has taken on all these roles.
As the CEO of an insurance entity, he is focussed on‘rebranding and humanising’ the financial service market.
THE Malaysian tea market has more than 100 brands, most of which are regional brands.
Daniel Saenz Lobsack, The Cemex CEO and country manager, says saying goodbye is going to be hard.
KOTA KINABALU: In proving their commitment to expand its banking network into Sabah, a group of Al-Rajhi Bank staff are attempting to set a record for being the first bank in Malaysia to perform online transactions today from the peak of Mount Kinabalu.