Lim Guan Eng
Alibaba’s initiatives into Malaysia should be judged on the positive impact they have on businesses and not on its rhetoric.
A total of 27 global startups will participate in second GAP with focus on strategies to expand into the Asean region.
The new office signifies the group’s continued endeavours to bolster the technology capability of Malaysian SMEs and young entrepreneurs.
Economic Development Innovations Singapore Pte Ltd (EDIS), which develops integrated townships, has announced its plans to develop a 2.7-hectare site in Penang for integrated mixed-use space called BPO Prime, first announced in May.
Intel Malaysia has officially opened the doors to its PG7 building, the Intel’s largest project out of the United States that incorporates its new Corporate Office Standard, a new plan for office design.
Barely a month after the gazetting of the controversial Evidence (Amendment) (No 2) Act 2012, or Section 114A, the youth wing of the rulling coalition Umno hogged the headlines last week as it allegedly uploaded a seditious posting ostensibly on its Facebook page. Whatever the case, Edwin Yapp argues that the authorities are now in the spotlight and they must act swiftly and fairly to avert the perception of favortism.