While Southeast Asia is certainly a strong economic force, some countries in the region are struggling to train and educate their people, not because of a lack of attention to the matter, but because of limited budgets.
Penang is the third largest economy among all states in Malaysia. Its focus on high-tech, services and tourism is attracting a large number of domestic and foreign investors, says Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng.
Southeast Asian countries are putting more and more emphasis on green projects specifically in key areas of carbon reduction technology, energy efficiency, renewable energy, organic farming and green buildings.
The growth of social media has created change in the way business news is produced and consumed, and we will possibly see a real diversification in the way business news is created and disseminated, e.g. in online forums.
Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) is Malaysia’s largest institution of higher learning in terms of size and population. It has experienced phenomenal growth since its inception in 1956 and it is still growing.
Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), the second oldest university in Malaysia, is known for its special approach to higher education where students can reach a high degree of specialisation by combining subjects.
Asia Pacific Flight Training (APFT), Malaysia’s leading training centers for cadet pilots, is expanding its services to provide its students with a wider range of career opportunities in the aviation industry.