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Nordin Abdullah

Aged 40, Nordin is an Australian businessman living in Asia, currently Managing Director of Glenreagh Sdn Bhd. He is well known for his creative approach to strategy and sustainable development which has been applied across various sectors. An active member of the business community Nordin is the Vice President of the Malaysian International Chamber of

Arab countries keen to invest in Malaysia

Malaysia could be the next top destination for Arab investors to do business as they are looking forward to redirect their funds to Southeast Asia. Mohammed Al Rabea, Secretary General of the Council for Arab Economic Unity, The Arab League, told Malaysian news agency Bernama that Arab countries are contemplating moving their funds to safer

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South Australia’s SEA Engagement Strategy

Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith met with executive committee members of the Malaysia Australia Business Council (MABC) in Kuala Lumpur today as part of his week-long visit to South East Asia. The program of meetings presented the Minister with an opportunity to discuss the South Australian Government’s plans for a trade delegation to

Trade & Business Matching

The goal of an external trade or investment promotion mission is to help reach targets, the Malaysia Global Business Forum has a proven approach for delivering results and is an integral part of a wider engagement to drive development.  Business development budgets and marketing budgets have faced pressures due to the current economic conditions, KPI’s

Inside Malaysia’s Logistics Sector

“Malaysia is the world’s 24th largest trading nation, which makes logistics industry paramount.  From the logistics infrastructure; ports, airports, highways and railways to the service providers and government regulators must come together to provide a total logistics solution ecosystem” The role of logistics as a crucial factor in Malaysia’s trade and economic growth cannot be

Arab Countries Seriously Looking At Investing In Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 21 (Bernama) -- Arab countries are contemplating moving their funds to safer economies like Malaysia following the economic crisis in Europe and the United States, said Mohammed Al-Rabea, Secretary-General of the Council of Arab Economic Unity, The Arab League. "The economic crisis in Europe and the United States has affected the revenue of

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Business Trip: Ipoh

Not all business in Malaysia is done in the capital Kuala Lumpur, the Malaysia Global Business Forum will look at the state capitals where there is plenty of business being done yet many overseas business people are yet to explore both in terms of business opportunities and as a place to visit. According to Invest

Torstein Dale Sjotveit

Torstein Dale Sjotveit is the Group Chief Executive Officer of Sarawak Energy Berhad, Fully integrated utility company with, development, generation, transmission and distribution and retail,serving 500 000 customers in Sarawak Borneo and having a very aggressive development program where we shall develop 5000 MW OF new sustainable hydro power during this decade, in addition we