• Nation Wide
    industry, specifically. 4 Case Study Analysis of 3PL Development This chapter analyzes selected logistics cases as a way to gauge the extent of 3PL development in Malaysia. The facts and figures collected were mainly from publicly available information. The main sources are annual reports...
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  • Oligopoly Market
    Islamic banking market are Maybank Islamic and Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad, while the two largest foreign banks in Islamic banking market are Kuwait Finance (Malaysia) Berhad and Al Rajhi Banking and Investment Corporation (Malaysia) Berhad. The CR in Table 5 clearly shows that the concentration of...
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  • The Palm Oil Industry in Malaysia: from Seed to Frying Pan
    Consolidated Berhad IOI Corporation Berhad Kuala Sidim Berhad Kulim Malaysia Berhad Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad Kumpulan Guthrie Berhad PPB Oil Palms Berhad Tradewinds (M) Berhad United Plantations Berhad 63 65 67 69 71 73 75 77 79 81 83 85 Industry Organisations ORG.1 ORG.2 ORG.3 ORG.4 ORG.5 ORG.6...
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  • Mr Imran a
      were  provided  support  with  the  establishment  of  the  Heavy  Industries  Corporation of Malaysia (HICOM), a wholly government‐owned corporation, in  November  1980  (it  was  renamed  HICOM  Berhad  in  December  1993).  In  1983,  with  the  establishment  of  Proton,  the  national  car...
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  • Business in Focus
    (involved in the manufacturing and distribution of automotive components) and non-motor division (involved in the distribution of heavy machinery, cosmetics and undergarments, and tourism related activities) were demerged and listed on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad in 1999 under...
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  • Ijarah
    Malaysia. Majority of the Islamic Banks in Malaysia offered Ijarah products, for example, Operating Ijarah, Ijarah Thumma Al-Bai and Ijarah Muntahia Bitamleek except for Al Rajhi Banking & Investment Corporation (Malaysia) Berhad. Meanwhile, all 4 International Islamic Bank for instance Al Khair...
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    Cas Study-Malaysia Heavy Industries VIEWPOINT The Heavy Industries of Malaysia Berhad (HICOM) was clearly at the brink of the downward handbuild of its business endeavors. Tan Sri Nasruddin, HICOMs Chairman of the Board renowned on the guilds annual report for the form ended 31 show 1987 that...
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  • Sime Darby Group
    Economic Indicators, Economic Planning Unit of Prime Minister's Department of Malaysia, viewed 20 December 2005, ) Accounting Tex & Cases Sime Darby Berhad, Annual Report 2005, IOI Corporation Berhad, Annual Report 2005,...
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  • Comparative Annual Report
    BERHAD In 27 November 1980, the heavy industries corporation of Malaysia (HICOM) was incorporated to spur industrial development in the country. HICOM merged with DRB, a diversified company holding a range of vehicles franchises and with activities in construction and property development on 28...
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  • Mergers and Value Creation
    caused an increase in the production cost per tonne of palm oil. a) Malaysia We did a comparison against the major oil palm plantation industry players by planted area in Malaysia. Refer to table below: 91 No. 1. 2. 3. 4. Name FELDA Synergy Drive IOI Corporation Berhad Kuala Lumpur...
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  • Tnb Anual Report 2010
    Industrial Research Institute of Malaysia (SIRIM), Khazanah Nasional Berhad, Institute of Strategic & International Studies (ISIS), National Economic Advisory Council (NEAC) and other organisations. Also present were Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) and KOPEC...
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  • Mr Wong
    ). This is the first study of its kind in Malaysia which compares three infamous corporate malpractice cases. Further analyses were carried out using the Basic "Black Box" Model of Corporation by Blair (1995), which explains how the elements of the corporate governance function. According to Blair, a...
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  • Thesis Bank Islam
    . Hong Leong Islamic Bank Berhad 9. Maybank Islamic Berhad 10. Public Bank Berhad 11. RHB Islamic Bank Berhad Six foreign Islamic banking institutions that operate in Malaysia such as; 1. Al Rajhi Banking & Investment Corporation (Malaysia) Berhad...
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  • Proton Case Study
    Mitsubishi Motor Corporation, considered at that time to be the weakest automaker in Japan22. The choice of a Japanese partner was obvious, as Mahathir adopted the Japanese development model of heavy government involvement for 22Wad, P. (2009). The automobile industry of Southeast Asia: Malaysia...
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  • Eia Malaysia
    Technology (M) Sendirian Berhad, publish separate independent reporting on CSR. Future studies should be extended to encompass alternative media, such as independent reports and web sites. Of the three control variables, the impact of size and industry membership is found to be significant. The size...
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  • Proton
    Engineering and Production Management from Cranfield Institute of Technology, United Kingdom, he has been with PROTON since 1983. He served the Public Works Department for 7 years before joining Heavy Industries Corporation of Malaysia Berhad (currently known as HICOM Berhad). He was involved in...
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  • Studymode
    study evidence (Yin, 2009) and to support the validity of the findings. In the context of this paper, an in-depth case analysis was conducted on one of the SMEs in the palm-oil industry in Malaysia. Ten years of growth was tracked in this company. Based on turnover and total fixed assets levels...
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  • Casestudy
    Case Study of the Construction of Petronas Twin Towers Background of this project Facts on Tower 1 and Tower 2 | Number of storeys: | 88 | Height: | 452 metres above street level | Total built-up area: | 341,760 sq.metres ( 3.7 million sq. feet) | Foundation: | 4.5 metres [15 feet] thick...
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  • air asia case study
    result of a merger between two companies, DRB and HICOM in 1996. The Heavy Industries Corporation of Malaysia Berhad (HICOM) was incorporated in 1980. The Malaysian company plays an integral role in the Manufacturing, Assembly and Distribution within the automotive industry. Diversified...
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  • Frs Assignment
    System (LRT), Malaysia –Singapore second crossing and major highways. |   | TRADEWINDS COPORATION BERHAD Formerly known as Pernas International Holdings Berhad and changed its name to Tradewinds Corporation Berhad in July 2004. Tradewinds Corporation Berhad was founded in 1965 and is...
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