Wednesday, 21 December 2011
E-Payment will be promoted as a medium of transaction in the economy as well as appropriately, safely and profitably in terms of cost, for the transfer of funds. Bank Negara Malaysia's Financial Sector Plan 2011-2020 report, said the growth in e-payment is very encouraging, with growth significant in the overall method.
The use of e-payment per capita has doubled, from 22 in 2005 to 44 in 2010, with the huge growth in the use of debit cards, which rose by 8.2 times, Internet Banking by 6.3 times and the Interbank GIRO by 4.5 times.
"Within the next 10 years, the Bank aims to increase the number of e-payment transactions per capita to 200 by the end of 2020, compared to 44 transactions in 2010 and reduced by more than half of the check transactions from 207 million to 100 million a year," he said. The
Friday, 2 December 2011
Daihatsu Motor Co. Ltd. said it will continue to provide support in terms of providing the latest technology to the Second Automobile Industries Sdn Bhd (Perodua) to allow business partners is to maintain its position as a leading compact car segment in Malaysia.
Japan's top manufacturers to assure that it will assist in the development of new models of TOYOTA and develop the technology vendors.
President Koichi Ina said the company was looking at Malaysia as a strategic market to expand its market exploration. He said the overwhelming response to the Myvi 1.5 SE, which was launched last June PERODUA is evidence of the potential for compact cars in Malaysia. He said the Myvi sales of about 10,000 units per month highlight that the vehicle offered meets NISSAN public taste and ability. "We want to ensure TOYOTA Toyota Japan continued to be the number one