Usahawan, Syarikat Permulaan Tempatan Harus Manfaatkan Potensi Ekonomi Dengan Mengembangkan Perniagaan

Usahawan, Syarikat Permulaan Tempatan Harus Manfaatkan Potensi Ekonomi Dengan Mengembangkan Perniagaan

Usahawan, syarikat permulaan tempatan harus manfaatkan potensi ekonomi dengan mengembangkan perniagaan KUCHING (18 Ogos): Golongan usahawan termasuk syarikat-syarikat permulaan tempatan disaran menjalinkan kerjasama dengan rakanrakan industri di negara-negara jiran termasuk Indonesia untuk mengembangkan perniagaan. Ahli Lembaga Pengarah Perbadanan Produktiviti Malaysia (MPC) Wilayah Sarawak Datuk Abang Abdul Karim Tun Openg berkata, jalinan kerjasama itu akan membuka peluang perniagaan sekali gus menguntungkan kedua-dua pihak. “Misalnya, upacara penyerahan dokumen Memorandum Persefahaman (MoU) antara StartUp Borneo dan Himpunan Pengusaha Muda Indonesia Kalimantan Barat (HIPMI KALBAR) hari ini (semalam) merupakan platform terbaik kepada kedua-dua negara berjiran, Sarawak dan Indonesia. “Saya harap peluang kerjasama antara kedua-dua organisasi terbabit dimanfaatkan sepenuhnya, bukan sahaja dari segi ekonomi bahkan semua bidang yang boleh memberi sumbangan kepada pasaran,” katanya kepada media selepas merasmikan program Startup Borneo Pre-Pitching Siri Kedua di sini, semalam. Beliau percaya, banyak potensi baharu yang boleh diwujudkan di antara Sarawak dan Indonesia menerusi kerjasama ini. Bagi pihak MPC Wilayah Sarawak, Abang Abdul Karim berkata, perbadanan akan berusaha untuk membantu mereka supaya segala aktiviti...
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MoU To Empower Businesses, Entrepreneur Devt In Borneo

MoU To Empower Businesses, Entrepreneur Devt In Borneo

MoU to empower businesses, entrepreneur devt in Borneo KUCHING (July 18): Startup Borneo and Himpunan Pengusaha Muda Indonesia Kalimantan Barat (HipmiKalbar) yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to empower businesses and entrepreneur development on the Borneo island. The exchange of MoU ceremony which saw Startup Borneo represented by chairman Abdul Qaiyum Alidin and HipmiKalbar represented by Denia Yuniarti Abdusamad, was held in conjunction with Startup Borneo’s second series of its Pre Pitching event. Present to witness the exchange of MoU was Malaysian Productivity Council (MPC) chairman Datuk Abang Karim Tun Abang Openg. When speaking at the event, Abang Karim said the MoU offered a new platform for entrepreneurs from Borneo to establish ties despite being separated by borders. “There should be no differences as we are all staying on the same island. Ideas from both sides need to be transmitted and exchanged,” said Abang Karim. He further elaborated that such collaboration should not be limited to just the economic aspect but other areas as well...
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Dr M: Govt aiming to have new national car company

Dr M: Govt aiming to have new national car company

Dr M: Govt aiming to have new national car company TOKYO (11 Jun 2018): The new Government aims to have a new national car company now that Proton has been bought over by China’s Geely. Speaking during a dialogue at the 24th Nikkei Conference on the Future of Asia, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said now that Proton was owned by Geely, it was no longer considered a national car. We are thinking of starting another national car - maybe with an Asian country,” he said here on Monday (June 11). Pressed on the country in mind, Dr Mahathir said: “Maybe Thailand, South Korea or even Japan.” [Source: "Dr M: Govt aiming to have new national car company" published by theStarOnline/Star Media Group Berhad]...
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New Joint Venture Set To Boost Tech-Transformation In Sarawak

New Joint Venture Set To Boost Tech-Transformation In Sarawak

New joint venture set to boost tech-transformation in S’wak KUCHING (1 July 2018): Sarawak will see about US$25 million (over RM100 million) in investment following the setting up of Andasar Bhd, a locally-incorporated consortium. Figure 1: Uzlov with the ‘uprail’ model, featured during a recent exhibition. The company, a joint venture (JV) between MHN Ventures Sdb Bhd of Sarawak and Adgex Ltd, which is a public-listed company from Australia that is looking into turning Sarawak as its regional base for Asean. Andasar, through expertise from Adgex, is looking at transferring four of its core technologies here — the ‘Uprail’ high-speed rail transportation system, the ‘Upline’ elevated pipeline system, the ‘greenBLAZE’ waste to energy system, and the ‘energyBrick’ electricity storage system. According to Adgex managing director Victor Uzlov, Andasar is looking at setting up its base in Sama Jaya Industrial and set up its local manufacturing and fabrication plant there, together with other facilities such as training and local management. “We look forward to participating and adding...
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Serba Dinamik Hits Record High of RM3.89

Serba Dinamik Hits Record High of RM3.89

Serba Dinamik hits record high of RM3.89 KUALA LUMPUR(July 26): Shares in Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd hit a record high of RM3.89 this morning—its highest level since the group’s listing on Bursa Malaysia in February last year. Its share price of RM3.89 was 2.4% higher compared to its last closing price of RM3.80, and more than double of its initial public offering price of RM1.50. Last week, the group announced its first venture into Laos. The group had secured an engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPCC) contract to build two hydro power plants in Laos, which will have the capacity to generate 30 megawatt (MW) of electricity for US$66.2 million, equivalent to RM268.8 million. The contract was awarded by Nam Taep 1,2,3 Hydropower Co Ltd to its wholly-owned subsidiary Serba Dinamik International Ltd, which is valid throughout the next 43 months or 3.6 years. The group also announced last week that Serba Dinamik International has proposed to subscribe for 51.81 million of new shares, equivalent...
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