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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

SME Strategy In Motion

The statistics are clear, small and medium sized enterprises or SME’s make a huge percentage of the economy and account for large amounts of employment and more importunately employment growth in most developed countries, Malaysia is no different. The government knows it needs to develop this group should it have a chance to reach developed

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

The Coffee & Business Culture  

Coffee culture describes a ‘social atmosphere or series of associated social behaviors that depends heavily upon coffee, particularly as a social lubricant’. The Business Lifestyle Review is looking at the drink, its culture and how it stimulates business in the Malaysian context. Historically, from a western point of view it was the Turkish who introduced albeit by mistake

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Businesses must adapt to face challenges of TPP

MGBF Industry Reports on BERNAMA TV

The Malaysia Global Business Forum will produce its own television programs “MGBF Industry Reports” will explore different industries sectors in Malaysia and how they intersect with the global economy. To assist companies in their expansion the Malaysia Global Business Forum partnered with BERNAMA TV the leading news channel in Malaysia. “We have always had a

Attracting & Protecting Foreign Investors: The successful example of Malaysia

Overview of Malaysia’s foreign investor protection regime According to the 2015 World Investment Report, Malaysia recorded RM35 billion net foreign direct investment inflows in 2014.[1] With the view to attracting and increasing foreign investments, Malaysia has taken a series of measures with regard to promoting and protecting foreign investments, including the signing of seventy-one bilateral

Latest Export Data: Australian companies choosing Malaysia

  Earlier today, the Australian Bureau of Statistics published their latest data set, revealing Australian company export figures. In 2013-14, a total of 3,801 Australian companies were recorded as exporting their goods and services to Malaysia, compared to 3,659 in 2012-13. This is an annual growth of almost 150 companies. These figures, when contrasted with other key players in South

Allied Export Partner Strategy

The statistics are clear, small and medium sized enterprises or SME’s make a huge percentage of the economy and account for large amounts of employment and more importunately employment growth in most developed countries, Malaysia is no different. The government knows it needs to develop this group should it have a chance to reach developed