Malaysian companies reported sales of RM5 million and potential sales of almost RM14 million at the recent Fine Food Australia 2009 Trade Fair. The event is Oceania’s largest food, beverage and hospitality trade fair and was held in Sydney.
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TSI International, a Canada- based land bank and real estate company, is entering the Malaysian market.
The Malaysia International Halal Showcase (Mihas) 2009 has generated sales of RM3.2 billion last month, indicating sustained business confidence among buyers and exhibitors despite the global economic downturn.
Perak is seeing a potential of RM5 billion worth of investments from China, Abu Dhabi and Saudi Arabia for the development of a new township based on Islamic concept on a 354-hectare area in Segari, near here.
Axis Identity Group, a Malaysian based organisation and Axis-Markizz L.L.C (a subsidiary of Axis Identity Group) has been nominated as the main contractors to complete the construction and fit-out of Almasah International Real Estate’s three main projects for its Jumeirah Village new residential development in the heart of one of Dubai’s most desirable district. The [...]
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur has won the Fiabci Prix d’Excellence Awards 2009 international property award under the retail category.
Tesco Stores (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd has invested over RM300 million to set up its non-chilled distribution centre in Bukit Beruntung, Selangor.
iProperty.com Malaysia Uses Google Maps Technology to Improve Property-Hunting Experience for Malaysians
iProperty.com Malaysia, Malaysia’s No. 1 property website with the largest online database of properties for sale and rent in the country, and part of Asia’s group of leading property portals iProperty.com Group, announced today that it has implemented the Google Maps API technology on its award-winning website to provide a significant boost to the experience [...]
With Malaysian REITS down but not out in the face of an economic downturn the Malyasian Government has bolstered this popular investment class with a 2009 Budget allowing REITS to open their investor register to up to 70% foreign ownership.