Wednesday, April 14, 2021
Recently, Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin announced that businesses throughout almost all economic sectors would be allowed to operate from 4 May onwards. This includes the F&B industry, which has so far managed to get by fairly well during the MCO period. The loosening of restrictions on business has...
Business services company Dun & Bradstreet Malaysia reported that its Business Optimism Index (BOI) study shows that business sentiment in Malaysia has inched upwards. In announcing the findings, the company said that overall, BOI rose marginally from 1.65 percentage points in Q1 2017 to 3.07 percentage points in Q2...
Headlines: Malaysia studying ways to cut red tape to boost business-friendly environment Bumiputera SMEs urged to join GEB programme Health Ministry to propose hiking private clinic fees by year-end HK police to flood streets with 5,000 officers as city braces for second wave of protests against extradition bill Young...
Carousell acquires Duriana, a Malaysian-based mobile classifieds startup, to become the top mobile classifieds player in Malaysia. The deal also gives a significant boost to Carousell in Philippines, where Duriana has built a credible presence, and cements Carousell’s position as the largest and fastest growing mobile classifieds marketplace in...

Newsdesk: 19 March 2019

Headlines: “Malaysia will be an Asian tiger again in three years” PM wants special court to hear corruption cases Government plans mid-year budget review, may list government entities Sungai Kim Kim declared safe, 900 tonnes of contaminant removed Singapore, Hong Kong and Paris named world’s most expensive cities for...
Malaysia’s total trade for June 2017 increased by 7% to RM136.26 billion, up from RM127.38 billion recorded in June 2016. Expansion was supported mainly by trade with China, India, Japan, the European Union (EU), ASEAN, the United States of America (USA), Taiwan and the Republic of Korea (ROK). Exports in June 2017 posted...
A new clinic was launched in Singapore to provide SMEs with a one-stop platform to provide feedback to public agencies and seek advice on regulations. The clinic called ‘SBF-ASME Pro-Enterprise Clinic’ began operations on 17 April 2019. The parties involved with the launch were the Singapore Business Federation (SBF), Association...
EnigmaCG’s Analytics Leaders’ Summit has achieved tremendous success and acknowledgement in the market since its introduction in May 2016 after being organized in 5 different locations- Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Philippines and attracting over 1000+ Data Professionals who live and breathe analytics. After a sell-out last November in Indonesia,...
The Institute of Internal Auditors Malaysia (IIA Malaysia) today launched the 2013 National Conference on Internal Auditing at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. The two-day conference with the theme “Scaling Greater Heights: Adding Value” emphasised the need to unify the efforts of knowledge sharing and implementing best practices throughout...
Cisco has recently launched a new financing programme that is aimed at helping SMEs in the Philippines invest in cutting-edge technology. Said programme allows for investments at 0 percent interest and are devoid of any upfront costs, at a fixed 3-year monthly payment term. SMEs will be able to...
Several large companies in Singapore are helping small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) stay afloat as the coronavirus outbreak continues to take a toll on their finances and operations. The initiatives involve providing much-needed relief and training to firms at a time when some government assistance tapers off as the...
CHE Metal Works Sdn Bhd, an established engineering company in Malaysia has recently signed a contract value at over USD$27 million with Hau Giang Power Plant, a power plant developer in Vietnam in conjunction with the Asia Biomass Conference held last month in Kuala Lumpur. The signing ceremony is witnessed...

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