• Reginal Economy Paper
    The Association of Southeast Asia Nations group is an economic organization today 10 countries in Southeast Asia are members of the organization. ASEAN was form on August 8, 1967 by five countries in Southeast Asia Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Singapore. Since the start of the...
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  • Airline Industry Analysis 2
    Introduction Air travel remains a large and growing industry. It facilitates economic growth, world trade, international investment and tourism and is therefore central to the globalization taking place in many other industries (Airline Industry, 2000). In Globalization era, Airplane industries...
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  • English in Tourism
    ENGLISH FOR WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION 1.0 INTRODUCTION Malaysia has long been one of the word’s best kept tourism secrets. It is an ideal tourism destination in so many different respects as it offers a vast range of diverse attractions to suit all taste - and at relatively affordable prices. Most importantly...
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  • Enterprising Management
    Organizational structure 7 2.4 Product and Service Analysis 8 2.5 Company Profit Trend 9 3.0 External Environment Analysis 10 3.1 Political 10 3.2 Economic 10 3.3 Social 10 3.4 Technological 11 3.5 Legal 11 3.6 Environmental 11 3.7 Competitive Environment 12 3.7.1 Inter-Company Rivalry 12 ...
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  • Microeconomic
    Economic system of a country Identify and evaluate the economic system that Malaysia is adopting. Discuss the rationale of Malaysia’s economic system in terms of utility maximisation and pricing mechanism for distribution of goods and services. An economic system is the combination of the various...
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  • News Clipping on Petrol Hike Changes Demand and Suppy
    the non-power sector. According to the Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM), as at March 2007, only 637 manufacturers were customers of Gas Malaysia Sdn Bhd, which is responsible for supplying gas to businesses, industries and homes. "If the Government can reduce the gas subsidy to power producers...
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  • Mas Strategic Analysis
    Podgorski Sebastian Michael 14078282 13947899 13949206 14224933 SUBMITTED: 23/09/2011 1 1.0 Executive Summary The aim of this report is to analyse Malaysia Airline System Berhad (MAS) in regards to its competitive position in the South East Asian (SEA) airline industry, and provide recommendations to...
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  • Wto Trade Policy Review
    English TRADE POLICY REVIEW MALAYSIA Report by the Government Pursuant to the Agreement Establishing the Trade Policy Review Mechanism (Annex 3 of the Marrakesh Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization), the policy statement by the Government of Malaysia is attached. Note: This report...
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  • I-City Mall Project
    1.1 Location (i-City, Shah Alam) i-City is a 72 acres ICT-based urban development beside the Federal Highway in Section 7, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia. Master planned by world-renowned and award-winning architect Jon A Jerde, i-City was designed as a fully integrated intelligent city, comprising...
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  • The Impact of Budget 2012
    first impact that will be look up is 2012 Economic Performance And 2013 Prospects. The Government remains committed to ensuring the nation’s economic growth continues to flourish despite uncertainties and challenges in the global economy. The nation’s strong economic fundamentals, supported by an accommodative...
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  • Chapter 10 Malaysia Tourism 2020
    chapter Tourism 10 Economic Transformation Programme 317 A Roadmap For Malaysia Chapter 10: Revving Up the Tourism Industry “The tourism sector will continue to be in the forefront of Malaysia’s economic development. This sustainable and high-yield sector will continue to drive Malaysia’s...
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  • Economic
    This document discuss Malaysia's external trade over 2003 to 2005 base on the recent Economic Report issued Bank Negara of Malaysia and it's similar source. Balance of payment figures extracted from Bank Negara Malaysia annual report from 2003 to 2005, balance of payments (BOP) is the place where countries...
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  • Economic Integration
    ECONOMIC INTEGRATION IN THE ASEAN REGION By: Noha Abu Mousa (4037856) TBS983 International Business Economic Environment Professor’s name: Dr. Gwendolyn Rodrigues University of Wollongong in Dubai Economic Integration in the ASEAN Region Introduction The Association...
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  • English for Written Communication
    influences is very important to the student too. This will cause a lots of issues in future, for example, we need expert to help on improving the nation economic system, we need professional or specialist doctor to take care of our health, just imagine, if all these professional lack of their needed knowledge...
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  • Hypermarket
    Page 1 of 1 Malaysia Food prices could dip this year says Tesco Malaysia chief By Lee Wei Lian Mar 08, 2011 KUALA LUMPUR, March 8 — Food prices which have trended strongly upwards over the last year could come down later this year said Tjeerd Jegen, CEO of Tesco Stores Malaysia today. Jegen’s...
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  • Unity and National Integration
    Education System the Way to Achieve National Unity 4.2 Different Focus in Economic Sectors 4.3 Different Political Ideologies and Influences 5.0 The Approach and Policy to Overcome the Obstacles and Challenges 5.1 New Economic Model (NEM) 5.2 1Malaysia 5.3 National Key Result Areas (NKRAs) ...
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  • IMPACT OF THE FUEL PRICE HIKE TO THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
    INTRODUCTION FUEL AS SOURCE OF ENERGY FOR ECONOMIC SECTOR IN MALAYSIA. Energy is the foundation that supports and spurs the socio-economic development of a country. There are many challenges and issues with regard to energy- supply and demand in Malaysia namely energy security, fuel supply and pricing...
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  • Thailand’s Competitive Advantage
    Asian Crisis: Among the five-selected ASEAN nations: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam Abstract: Analyzing Thailand’s competitive advantage in ASEAN after Asian crisis in 1997 is vital for a nation’s economic development in the region where the neighborhood could be both complementary...
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  • Papers
    PROCEEDINGS PIARC INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEM (ITS) IN ROAD NETWORKS OPERATIONS The Legend Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 14-16 August 2006 - Proceedings- TABLE OF CONTENTS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT…………………………………………………4 1.0 INTRODUCTION ………………………………………………….5 1.1 1.2 1.3 1...
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  • The Perception of Iium Community Towards Gradual Removal of Fuel Subsidies in Malaysia
    Perception of IIUM Community Towards Gradual Removal of Fuel Subsidy in Malaysia Nur Nadhila Bt Mohd Robi Bachelor of Accounting Kulliyyah of Economics and Management Sciences International Islamic University Malaysia, Gombak English for Academic and Writing LE 4000 Section 2 Lecturer: Madam...
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