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Viet startups draw foreign funds
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Viet startups draw foreign funds

Vietnam's startup scene, which has a higher concentration of companies relative to population than India or China at 1,500, are catching the eye of foreign funds. And the demographics look good too. VIETNAMS tech startups are emerging as a force ... TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago

Saudi bourse to ease rules for foreigners

Saudi Finance Minister Ibrahim al-Assaf addresses the audiance during the Euromoney Saudi Arabia conference in the capital Riyadh on May 3. - AFP pic RIYADH: Saudi Arabia's stock market regulator said Tuesday it would ease rules for foreign ...
 TheStar.com.my4 weeks ago

ECONOMIC CRISIS ON THE CARDS? ANALYST WARNS 1MDB COSTS TO MALAYSIA COULD HIT US$ 10 TO 20 BIL

BANGKOK - A financial scandal involving Malaysia's prime minister continues to cast a shadow over the country's financial markets and politics a year after allegations of misuse of funds were raised. The spotlight fell dramatically on Malaysia's ...
 Malaysia Chronicle1 month ago

MPB upbeat about global pepper market despite lower prices

KUCHING: Malaysian Pepper Board (MPB) remains upbeat about the prospect of the global pepper market despite recent pull back in the prices of the commodity from their historical peaks. A spectacular six-year rally saw Kuching Grade 1 white pepper ...
 TheStar.com.my1 day ago

Investing in a VOLATILE market

KWAP's Wan Kamaruzaman, who handles more than RM100bil in funds and a seasoned fund manager, gives his frank views on the market, the US interest rates and sectors that are oversold. IN an unprecedented style, the markets around the world have ...
 Malaysia Chronicle3 days ago

Genting's earnings slashed by 79% in Q1

KUALA LUMPUR: Genting Bhd posted lower earnings of RM130.83mil for the first quarter ended March 31 compared with RM620.1mil a year ago. The company, in its results report to Bursa Malaysia, said: The decrease was due mainly to lower group's ...
 TheStar.com.my1 week ago
Fin24.com

JSE rises despite emerging market downtrend

Johannesburg - The JSE is currently not in line with other emerging markets, as most major indices on the local market moved higher again on Tuesday morning despite various factors which should have forced share prices lower. Asian shares tumbled ...
 Fin24.com1 week ago
TheStar.com.my

AEC: Shining light of the East

THE level of interest in the Asean Economic Community (AEC) among the business community in the world at large has increased tremendously since its pronouncement at the end of last year. While not discounting its imperfections, foreigners are ...
 TheStar.com.my1 week ago

BUSINESS IN BRIEF 15/5

Jan-Apr apparel, footwear exports fetch US$10.5 billion Apparel and footwear brought total export turnover of US$10.5 billion in January-April. Textile and garment shipments neared US$2 billion in April, up over 5% against the same period last ...
 VietNamNet Bridge2 weeks ago
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Hacking into the future

There are millions of mischief-makers on the Internet, aiming to steal or create mischief. Many are auditioning for high-paying jobs. DID you ever hear about the computer security expert who claimed he infiltrated the infamous hackers who call ...
 TheStar.com.my2 weeks ago
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