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  • Paragon Construction Company Case Study

    BACKGROUND Paragon Construction Company Limited is a state of the art construction company operating from its location at 10 Harbour Drive, Harbour View, Kingston 17. The business is privately owned and operated by Timothy Corrigan who is a University of Technology and Liverpool graduate with 1st class honours in the Civil Engineering and Construction Management. Along with three other university graduates who have qualification and experience in Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Engineer…

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  • Museum Of Tea War Case Study

    The Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware is run by the government Leisure and Cultural Services department. The building itself was the former Headquarter House of the Commander of British Forces in Hong Kong. In 1984, it turned to be the Museum of Tea Ware, it was the first specialized museum in the world devoted to the collection, study and display of tea wares. The core collections and historical relics were donated by Dr. K.S. Lo, it included about 600 pieces of tea wares and related vessels.…

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  • Case Study: Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad?

    Section 2: Executive summary 2.1 Background Entity Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad ("KLK"), an organization joined in Malaysia and which is recorded on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad with a market capitalization of around RM23.1 billion toward the end of September 2015. KLK is a well-known plantation company, which is started more than 100 years ago. KLK’s core business activity is plantations (oil palm and rubber). KLK follows its history back to 1906 when The Kuala Lumpur…

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  • Sime Darby Case Study

    I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Sime Darby was founded in 1910 and grew to become the largest conglomerate in Malaysia. Sime Darby Plantation is the plantation and agri-business arm of the Sime Darby Group, representing one of the five core Divisions of the Group. The Division is involved in oil palm and rubber plantation management cultivation and downstream activities, agribusiness and food, as well as Research & Development (R&D). The company vision is to be a world class agriculture and food…

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  • Secret Recipe Case Study

    Steven Sim is the founder of the famous dessert in Malaysia, Secret Recipe. He was born in Kota Bharu, Kelantan in 1959, the youngest of eight siblings was from a poor family. Secret Recipe cafes was founded in 1997, become something of a staple mall eatery throughout Malaysia. Over the years, the chain has expanded to Indonesia, Thailand, Pakistan and even Australia . Behind the success of Secret Recipe is Steven Sim who, ever since the early days of his enterprise, focused heavily on brand…

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  • Effects Of Modernism In Malaysia

    Malaysia is a globalizing country, seeking modernity and success for its diverse peoples. This state formed through the uniting of three British colonies amongst conflict and objection in South East Asia. Despite the conflict, the country’s focus on modernity has fostered economic growth and development; this has been successful from different policies and government action since the 1970’s. These policies, however, have created preference for Malay people and difficulty for other ethnic groups…

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  • The Importance Of Culture In Singapore

    Have you ever wondered about Singapore and what their culture is like? Although Singapore has great diversity, it is a united country with united religions and cultures. There are four official languages in Singapore: Malay, Mandarin, Tamil, and English. Most Singaporean citizens speak at least two languages. English is used in schools, and students learn another language in school. The language they learn is one of their mother tongue that corresponds to their race. Some students can also…

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  • Ethnic Inequality In Malaysia Case Study

    Inequalities within Malaysia & in Comparison to India Background Malaysia: Malaysia is a multiracial country in Southeastern Asia that contains many ethnic groups within the country. Some of them are Malays, Chinese, Indians and indigenous Bumpitura groups. Malays are 51% of the population, Chinese are 22%, Indians are 6.7% and the Indigenous Bumipitura groups populate 11.8%. The remaining percentage is for other groups which account for 0.7% and non-citizens account for 8.2% of Malaysia per…

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  • Dangote Cement PLC Case Study

    Master of International Human Resources Management Business Model Analysis Name of Institution/Business Dangote Cement PLC Purpose of Institution/Business Dangote Cement PLC is one of the companies that constitute the Dangote Group; it is a Conglomerate and it owns diverse businesses. Dangote Cement PLC was established in 1981 by Aliko Dangote who also serves as the chairman of the Board. The company currently has three cement production plants in Nigeria. Dangote Cement PLC started as a…

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  • Power Root Berhad Case Study

    Introduction (5%) Power Root Berhad, which formerly known as Natural Bio Resources Berhad, is a locally-founded company, listed on Bursa Malaysia, which has now expanded its business internationally in nine countries. Its headquarters are also in Malaysia and Power Root (M) Sdn. Bhd. is currently one of its subsidiary companies. It is a successful company in the beverage manufacturing industry in developing and popularising energy drinks enriched with Tongkat Ali and Kacip Fatimah, the two…

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