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Net foreign assets held by Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries are expected to rise by 19 per cent this year because of high oil...


Islamic insurance, known as Takaful, grew 19 per cent globally in 2010 and is expected to continue its fast-paced penetration into Muslim-dominated countries in...


Business leaders in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries are looking to forge lasting relationships with employees as the region moves forward in establishing a...



AirAsia, the largest low-cost carrier in Southeast Asia, is currently expanding its network in the growing travel region of Far East. This year will...


The Miri Port in the northern part of Sarawak has grand ambitions to become one of the leading ports in Malaysia and they are...


Sarawak-based ICT companies can serve the needs of potential Middle Eastern investors better than the major global players from West Malaysia, according to the head of the state’s pioneering software solutions firm, Comserv.


CMS started off as a cement manufacturer. However, they have expanded their services to such an extent, they could fulfil almost all of the...


Dato Sri Mahmud Abu Bekir Taib has to wear many hats. He is chairman of Sarawak Cable Berhad, group deputy chairman of Cahya Mata Sarawak Bhd (CMS) and also a shareholder in Titanium Management Sdn Bhd.


Internet use in Malaysia grew 40 per cent in the first half of 2011. And with vast potential for online penetration in Sarawak, investors are being encouraged to become involved in one of the globe’s greatest internet growth areas.

Highway Malaysia


Connecting the people of Sarawak is top priority for the state’s Ministry of Infrastructure Development and Communications.


Sarawak’s economy has been built largely on timber, palm oil and oil and gas. However, the government is placing greater importance on technology. A number of early birds have already made a mark in Sarawak, setting up a solid base for future growth.


Japan’s Tokuyama Corporation is one of the major global players to set up a plant in Sarawak’s Samalaju Industrial Park in Bintulu. The energy...


There are busy days ahead for Sarawak Cable Berhad, as it actively pursues a number of ambitious projects, signing MoUs with major Indian and...


The Bakun Dam in Sarawak is the centre point for the state’s power demands as it feeds heavy industries that need massive amounts of...


Sarawak Energy Berhad, with Norwegian Torstein Dale Sjotveit at the helm, is poised to become a key player in the provision of hydro and coal power to satisfy the state’s never-ending need for cheap and efficient energy.


YB Datuk Amar Haji Awang Tengah Ali Hasan is Second Minister of Planning and Resource Management and Minister of Public Utilities, with both agencies...


Only 20 years ago, a small percentage of Sarawak’s population had access to electricity. Now, with the state on the verge of an economic...


Middle East investors need not look farther than Sarawak for their investment requirements, with Malaysia’s largest state offering plenty of natural resources, an ideal...