Telecommunication Industry in Malaysia

Topics: Corporate governance, Construction, Governance, Malaysia / Pages: 21 (5158 words) / Published: Jul 12th, 2006

IJM begun its operation in 1983 under the name of Solidates Sdn. Bhd and later in 1989 renamed as IJM Corporation Berhad taking the first alphabets of the merged three well-run construction companies – IGB Construction Sdn. Bhd, Jurutama Sdn. Bhd and Mudajaya Sdn. Bhd. Construction being the core business, IJM does involved in property development, industries, oil palm plantations and international ventures. In 1990s, IJM started to focus at the new emerging markets outside this country with low infrastructure levels that starting their economic reforms and opening up their market to international participants. Some of the countries that promisingly attracted IJM were China, India and Vietnam, which created huge opportunities for companies with strength and capacity to participate in international contracts.

Over the time, with an Independent Management team headed by its Chief Executive Officer, Dato' Krishnan Tan, IJM has evolved into a very institutional ownership profile with an excellent reputation for professionalism, performance and good governance. IJM is now well recognized as one of the few independent professionally run companies in Malaysia with an excellent track record for performance in both local and international markets.

For our group project purpose, we are focusing on IJM's international venture concentrating on its business operation and activities in India through its wholly owned subsidiary, IJM (India) Infrastructure Limited as it was known that IJM's venture in India has fruitful a significant return to the company. India provide a huge market with a population of over one billion people and an economy growing at over 7% per annum.
This paper will illustrate a few aspects of IJM's business ventures in India covering the reasons why IJM wants to extend its arms to abroad; the challenges faced by IJM in venturing into India due to the differences in socio-economic, political, legal and cultural factors; the

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