Islamic banking industry continues to offer financing to eligible Malaysians: Aibim
KUALA LUMPUR: The Association of Islamic Banking and Financial Institutions Malaysia (Aibim) has ensured that its member banks will continue to provide access for Islamic finance banking products and services to eligible customers and businesses...
Matrade urges SMEs to form export plans at earlier stages
KUALA LUMPUR, June 24 — The Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (Matrade) is urging small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to include plans for export starting from the earlier stages of their operation. Chief executive officer Datu...
Sabah a preferred destination for incentive tourism: Liew
TUARAN: Sabah is becoming increasingly popular as a destination for incentive tourism, said Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Christina Liew. She said this after attending the Pearlosophy Incentive Dinner, dubbed “Diner en Blanc”, for s...
Borneo entrepreneurs hope KL trading site gets green light
MIRI: Entrepreneurs from Sarawak and Sabah particularly the younger ones would definitely welcome it if the proposal to have a permanent trading venue for Borneo Street in Kuala Lumpur gets the green light from the federal government. The Borneo S...
SMEs sceptical banks will heed government’s call to ease lending
KUALA LUMPUR, June 20 — Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) remain doubtful that creditors will ease lending, despite Putrajaya’s appeal for banks to loosen their strict loan standards as the economy picks up. SME Association of Malays...