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mkaz
post Aug 19 2009, 02:05 PM


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as per title..
can u all list out the Malaysian Multi National Company that offered their goods or services to the foreign country..
i've ttried google but the results seems to be blurry...
can anyone help me out ??
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post Aug 19 2009, 02:18 PM


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-intel
-shell
-exxonmobile
-google
-petronas
-chiyoda
-ranhill
-ytl
-tanjong
-malakoff
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post Aug 19 2009, 02:36 PM


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thanks but what about the MNC company that based in Malaysia and have the contribution to the Malaysian economy ??
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post Aug 19 2009, 02:51 PM


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DON'T ASK STUPID QUESTION please. All MNC contributed in one way or the other to the Malaysian economy. Duh!

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post Aug 19 2009, 02:57 PM


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lol he's right..all companies pay taxes, provide job etc
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QUOTE(mkaz @ Aug 19 2009, 02:36 PM)
thanks but what about the MNC company that based in Malaysia and have the contribution to the Malaysian economy ??
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they create job opportunity, malaysian get paid, when get paid, has buying power ...
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post Aug 19 2009, 04:18 PM


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QUOTE(slickdeals @ Aug 19 2009, 03:18 PM)
-intel
-shell
-exxonmobile
-google
-petronas
-chiyoda
-ranhill
-ytl
-tanjong
-malakoff
-and the list goes on biggrin.gif
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sorry.. but i've never heard of google in malaysia..
singapore yea
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post Aug 19 2009, 04:22 PM


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For Google Malaysia. Try this contact

» Click to show Spoiler - click again to hide... «


Currently, Hanson Toh, Malaysia Google Country Consultant, is the only Google employee in Malaysia.

His education background:
~University of Oxford - Said Business School
~University of Warwick, England
~Taylor's College

Regards, Joey

p.s: There was an announcement by the Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi that Google Inc is interested to set up a base in Malaysia due to its huge ICT market. However, it is still not materialised. Malaysia Tak Boleh?

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post Aug 19 2009, 04:53 PM


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QUOTE(Joey Christensen @ Aug 19 2009, 04:22 PM)

p.s: There was an announcement by the Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi that Google Inc is interested to set up a base in Malaysia due to its huge ICT market. However, it is still not materialised. Malaysia Tak Boleh?
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Yes, supposed to be in Cyberjaya.

However, failed due to
1. Poor infrastructure here
2. No talents here

These were the 2 reasons given by Google. I read it on The Star some time back but unfortunately I'm unable to provide the source as I didn't keep a copy of the article.

In response to TS topic, I'm able to name some big MNC from chemical industry, on top of the O&G that we usually hear:
- BASF
- Dow Chemical
- Nalco
- Henkel
- Dupont
- Huntsman
- Eastman
- Kao
- Air Liquide

Cheers.

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post Aug 19 2009, 05:05 PM


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QUOTE(mkaz @ Aug 19 2009, 02:05 PM)
as per title..
can u all list out the Malaysian Multi National Company that offered their goods or services to the foreign country..
i've ttried google but the results seems to be blurry...
can anyone help me out ??
Malaysian MNC... you mean Malaysian companies which operate in foreign countries?

Anyway, I'm not sure what you expect the forumers to do. Do you expect someone to go list them all out for you? I don't think anyone here can do it without having to do some research and data collecting. Which brings me to the point... why aren't you doing your own research?

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post Aug 19 2009, 08:07 PM


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QUOTE(seantang @ Aug 19 2009, 06:05 PM)
Malaysian MNC... you mean Malaysian companies which operate in foreign countries?

Anyway, I'm not sure what you expect the forumers to do. Do you expect someone to go list them all out for you? I don't think anyone here can do it without having to do some research and data collecting. Which brings me to the point... why aren't you doing your own research?
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yea, the TS wants a malaysian MNC company that operates in other countries ..






But forumers are listing down International companies in malaysia

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post Aug 19 2009, 08:30 PM


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Is all GLC's are also MNC company?

To list MNC ( GLC) which I know la:
1. Petronas
2. Telekom Msia
3. Khazanah
4. TNB
5. MAS
6. DRB Hicom
7. Proton Holdings
8. Sime Darby
9. Bursa Malaysia (i dunno this is GLC but people tell me it is)
10. CIMB
11. UEM
12. Astro
13. Parkson (really is, x pecaya check)

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post Aug 19 2009, 08:37 PM


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QUOTE(Dead4Life @ Aug 19 2009, 08:30 PM)
Is all GLC's are also MNC company?
Nope. 99% of our GLCs are jaguh kampung.

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post Aug 19 2009, 08:42 PM


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Ermm..quite true la kot..only Petronas is in Forbes 500 company every year..

But MNC term is the company has business in other countries beside their own.

I also would like to put MAA as they have business in philip, sgpore, australia and indon. But dunno la ehehe
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QUOTE(Dead4Life @ Aug 19 2009, 08:42 PM)
Ermm..quite true la kot..only Petronas is in Forbes 500 company every year..

But MNC term is the company has business in other countries beside their own.

I also would like to put MAA as they have business in philip, sgpore, australia and indon. But dunno la ehehe
There are generally 3 aspects of a true MNC.

(1) they sell directly to customers overseas under their own brand & channels. Buying simple ownership of an existing overseas company (eg. Proton & Lotus) doesn't count.

(2) they put assets on the ground overseas ie. factories, design centers, offices, subsidiaries etc.

(3) they hire people overseas to man (1) and (2).

Really... there aren't many Malaysian MNCs if you look at it that way. I'd say you can count all of them with the fingers on one hand, probably not even that. Zero, if you consider MNCs to be global, rather than regional or neighbouring countries only.
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post Aug 19 2009, 09:29 PM


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QUOTE(seantang @ Aug 19 2009, 09:05 PM)
There are generally 3 aspects of a true MNC.

(1) they sell directly to customers overseas under their own brand & channels. Buying simple ownership of an existing overseas company (eg. Proton & Lotus) doesn't count.

(2) they put assets on the ground overseas ie. factories, design centers, offices, subsidiaries etc.

(3) they hire people overseas to man (1) and (2).

Really... there aren't many Malaysian MNCs if you look at it that way. I'd say you can count all of them with the fingers on one hand, probably not even that. Zero, if you consider MNCs to be global, rather than regional or neighbouring countries only.
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I think only Petronas and TNB can be considered as MNC, since they do operate and own assets overseas, ie Sudan, Khazak, Pakistan and KSA.
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post Aug 19 2009, 10:55 PM


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14.Celcom (axiata)
15.Great Eastern
16.Maybank

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post Aug 20 2009, 02:29 AM


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Well, I've looked the meaning of MNC, and I found in Wikipedia as stated:

"A multinational corporation (MNC) or transnational corporation (TNC), also called multinational enterprise (MNE)[1], is a corporation or enterprise that manages production or delivers services in more than one country. It can also be referred to as an international corporation."

Hmmm...


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QUOTE(Dead4Life @ Aug 20 2009, 02:29 AM)
Well, I've looked the meaning of MNC, and I found in Wikipedia as stated:

"A multinational corporation (MNC) or transnational corporation (TNC), also called multinational enterprise (MNE)[1], is a corporation or enterprise that manages production or delivers services in more than one country. It can also be referred to as an international corporation."

Hmmm...
That's the meaning of the words "Multi" (meaning more than one) and "National" (meaning sovereign nations). That's pretty literal. Nobody would regard XXX Kopitiam Sdn Bhd as MNCs, but some are... under a literal definition.

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post Aug 20 2009, 05:11 PM


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i thought celcom and axiata is a diff entity..since axiata is formerly known as tm international..
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post Aug 20 2009, 06:16 PM


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Is this thread asking for

a) Malaysian companies that have operations in foreign countries (e.g. Petronas, Maybank)

- OR -

b) Foreign based companies that have operations in Malaysia (e.g. Intel, Shell, IBM)

The term MNC normally applies to the latter as Malaysian MNC is normally still a Malaysian company and the culture is still somewhat different from those foreign based MNC.


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post Aug 24 2009, 10:28 AM


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normaldude: u r right ...
im asking for the option 1
a) Malaysian companies that have operations in foreign countries (e.g. Petronas, Maybank)
can u give any other listed companies other than that ??
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post Aug 24 2009, 10:50 AM


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Malaysian companies that have operations in foreign countries e.g

Petronas
Maybank
CIMB
SIME Darby
Genting
Public Bank
YTL
TNB
TM
IOI

bla bla bla......



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post Apr 14 2011, 12:44 PM


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Seems like all go towards manufacturing or oil & gas field? Any other consulting companies or accounting firms?
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post Jun 5 2011, 02:15 PM


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wah... very short discussion...
sorry bumping in... so then, what's the keywords used to
get all of the list of those MNC's companies through google?

ya, me too... seems got blurred answers from uncle google... sad.gif
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post Jun 6 2011, 07:55 AM


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Western Digital..Most of their hard disk around the world are made in Malaysia..
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QUOTE(adrianwtx90 @ Jun 6 2011, 07:55 AM)
Western Digital..Most of their hard disk around the world are made in Malaysia..
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If i am not mistaken, Malaysia yet to have the capability to manufacture hard disc. The WD factory along LDP is only producing the component of hard disc only.
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QUOTE(slickdeals @ Aug 19 2009, 02:18 PM)
-intel
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-google
-petronas
-chiyoda
-ranhill
-ytl
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To +
Hitachi Data Systems
HP
AT&T
EMC
DELL

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QUOTE(Dead4Life @ Aug 20 2009, 03:29 AM)
Well, I've looked the meaning of MNC, and I found in Wikipedia as stated:

"A multinational corporation (MNC) or transnational corporation (TNC), also called multinational enterprise (MNE)[1], is a corporation or enterprise that manages production or delivers services in more than one country. It can also be referred to as an international corporation."

Hmmm...
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Dead4Life you are right..looks like someone dont understand what is MNC here...
you only can consider whether the company MNC or not by :- if the company has their own branch more than 1 in other country and operate there but the HQ is in Malaysia (Maybank is one of them), also you guys do not say the company is MNC if the company doing export and import goods globally because the company only doing selling and buying globally not setting up their own branch in other country (MNC). Also I would like to let you guys know that petronas is not MNC because the company only digging oil in Malaysia not at other country and they dont have their own branch (petronas) in other country. DELL is one example of MNC based on USA country because the HQ is at USA but they got branch in Penang.

p.s. Malaysia still lack of MNC company.
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QUOTE(neoV @ Aug 2 2012, 03:02 AM)
Dead4Life you are right..looks like someone dont understand what is MNC here...
you only can consider whether the company MNC or not by :- if the company has their own branch more than 1 in other country and operate there but the HQ is in Malaysia (Maybank is one of them), also you guys do not say the company is MNC if the company doing export and import goods globally because the company only doing selling and buying globally not setting up their own branch in other country (MNC). Also I would like to let you guys know that petronas is not MNC because the company only digging oil in Malaysia not at other country and they dont have their own branch (petronas) in other country. DELL is one example of MNC based on USA country because the HQ is at USA but they got branch in Penang.

p.s. Malaysia still lack of MNC company.
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Petronas got JV on up-stream in other countries. O&G people will know this.

Also, there are down-stream Petronas station in some ASEAN countries, forgot which country I saw before.
Most likely they re-stock their fuel from other suppliers.

Public Bank also MNC, got many branches in Cambodia laugh.gif

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QUOTE(cute_boboi @ Aug 2 2012, 12:15 PM)
Petronas got JV on up-stream in other countries. O&G people will know this.

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QUOTE(neoV @ Aug 2 2012, 03:02 AM)
Dead4Life you are right..looks like someone dont understand what is MNC here...
you only can consider whether the company MNC or not by :- if the company has their own branch more than 1 in other country and operate there but the HQ is in Malaysia (Maybank is one of them), also you guys do not say the company is MNC if the company doing export and import goods globally because the company only doing selling and buying globally not setting up their own branch in other country (MNC). Also I would like to let you guys know that petronas is not MNC because the company only digging oil in Malaysia not at other country and they dont have their own branch (petronas) in other country. DELL is one example of MNC based on USA country because the HQ is at USA but they got branch in Penang.

p.s. Malaysia still lack of MNC company.
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Southern steel in penang is MNC. I prefer work in listed co to MNC but im working at MNC now.
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