Mergers and acquisitions in Malaysia

Merger and acquisition transactions in Malaysia are an option for international corporations that want to expand their activities in the country. As of recent years, these types of business transactions have become more popular among investors from other jurisdictions, apart from the ones from America, Europe, Japan, or Singapore who were already interested in the Malaysian market. Investors from China, Hong Kong, Indonesia and even from Vietnam are looking to exploit the opportunities offered by the Malaysian mergers and acquisitions (M&A) market.

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How to open a company in China

China has adopted a pro-foreign investment policy, increasingly opening its industries and business sectors to foreign investors. The country has specific policies for foreign investments and has four categories of investment sectors: encouraged, permitted, restricted, and prohibited. Foreign investment projects are analyzed based on the category in which they are comprised.

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Home Office Furniture Essentials for a Productive Work Space

Setting up a productive work environment at home involves more than to-do lists, calendars, and schedules. Your home office furniture can also play a role. The furniture you surround yourself with in your home office has a direct influence on how you feel and how you work.

Sitting incorrectly, or too often, can leave you in pain and unable to focus. The wrong desk might leave you twisting and turning to access everything you need, causing back or neck pain. Being surrounded by clutter because you don’t have enough storage space can lead to an equivalent amount of mental clutter that hampers your best efforts to be more productive.

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How to Save YouTube Videos for Offline Viewing

Watching YouTube videos online is fun and convenient; particularly when you prefer to just watch them once, or when you don’t have sufficient space on your memory card or hard drive. Be that as it may, there are times when you would like to watch a video more than once, share it with your friends and loved ones, or just keep it as a treasure due to its significance to you.

Furthermore, if you’re using limited internet data bundles, streaming YouTube videos may squander them ruthlessly and you’ll either find yourself with an unbearable bill or with no internet for some time. These are the moments when having the ability to save YouTube videos offline is beneficial. In the subsequent strings of text, I’ll share with you a couple of useful and smart tools for saving YouTube videos and even other online videos offline, so that you can watch and share them whenever you like.

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How to Buy a Used Car

Buying a used car is a delicate process. If you are thinking about doing so, here is a brief guide that will help you make a decision:

First, Set Your Budget

It may be tempting to first start looking for a car to buy without deciding on a price. But this is a major mistake. A used car can be as expensive as a new car. You may have to take out a car loan to pay for one. Therefore, you should know exactly what you can afford before browsing what to get.

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The art of cramming: learning to drive at university

Your second and third year of uni can be hectic to say the least, especially in your third year where you’ll be tearing your hair out because you just don’t have enough hours in the day. So, make the most of your first year.

You only get to be a first-year student once so be social, go out and experience all you can, while you have the time. This is the moment where you’ll get your first taste of real independence. Come the second and third year, things will be very different.
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How To Save Money Shopping Online

Some people enjoy shopping online for a wide range of different items. Online shopping provides the shopper with choices from retail stores and manufacturer all over the world. From the best barbeque in the world to purchasing a car, people can buy virtually anything that they want or like from companies and individuals. Saving money takes skill, however, so there is some valuable information that people can benefit from knowing. Listed below is some information that can help even the savviest shopper save more money.

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SO, what metrics to consider when submitting a website to web directories?

The Internet is stuffed with information regarding what should be taken into consideration when we send our website to a web directory; other than DMOZ, Yahoo Directory or BOTW (already established directories which don’t really need measurements).

And it’s no wonder given that in today’s world we receive tens of emails from various “SEO experts” nobody’s even heard about; along with perpetuating the idea which states that having as many links as possible is a positive thing (which isn’t false, up to a point).

We also sent our directory to several directories and these were the selection criteria:

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Identifying Effective Kids Website Ad Opportunities

One of the most important things that you can do when initially attempting to identify and focus in on a given websites core demographics is to think outside the box. The immediate, common sense answer will always be there. For instance, in regards to kids websites, one would immediately assume that the core demographic would be kids, correct?

This isn’t to say that the obvious demographic that initially jumps out at you is wrong or not lucrative. No, it’s just that there are very few places across the World Wide Web which cater specifically to one single demographic only.

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Why Webmasters Need the Best Web Directories to Promote Their Sites?

Many years ago, or at least a couple of decades back, web directories were a good resource for finding quality websites. In the days when WebCrawler, AltaVista, Excite and Lycos ruled the search engine world, directories were incredibly useful.

From big, corporate directories like Yahoo to smaller, volunteer-run (but still critically important) directories like DMOZ, these websites offered hand-curated collections of quality websites.

Anyone looking for, say, recipes, would know that going to DMOZ or Yahoo and searching for ‘recipes’ would result in a list of quality recipe sites.

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