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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

Organise a Business Matching trip to Malaysia

There are many questions that need to be answered before a business delegation can be organised, a successful development trip can mean an extension of business interest into a new market while a less than successful trip can have a lasting negative impact for the organisers. The role of Business and Trade Associations, Industrial Parks

Green Lighting & SME Vendor Development

Malaysia has over 100,000,000 sqf of Green Office space and almost 2,000km of highways second only to Japan and China in Asia, a series of modern airports and a host of telecommunication players, to light this infrastructure a thriving LED manufacture base has been established. To cope with the “Green Economy” ambitions the Malaysian Government

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

Joni Leimala

Joni Leimala in his LinkedIn profile describes myself "I'm a boy from Espoo (Finland), who has an infinite thirst for information. Add to that an unmatched passion for football & sports, and you’ll end up with someone like me – legs trying to compete with the head in which one is faster." "I've been a

Malaysian-Turkish Seed Sector Meeting

Malaysian-Turkish Seed Sector Meeting The 36 strong delegation is lead by the Turkish Sub Union of Seed Industrialist and Producers (TSÜAB) will conduct a business matching meeting and engagement program on the 29th of October at the Westin Hotel in Kuala Lumpur. The members of Turkish Sub Union of Seed Industrialist and Producers (TSÜAB) are leading producers and have

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