With the European Union burdened by debt and the US struggling to recover from its home-made financial crisis, capital is being redirected to new emerging destinations. Where do you think investors can skim off the highest return? Cast your vote.
The Sarawak government recently committed RM20 million over the next five years to support the university's on-campus research activities, with particular interest in increasing expertise in engineering and technics.
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.