Publication

Newsletter 2011

  • 1st Quarter Issue

    NOTES FROM THE PRESIDENT

    ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY NEWS
    • MAEI: Investments Still Flowing Into E&E Sector
    • Chip Prices Rise on Shortage of Tech Supplies

    ECONOMIC NEWS
    • Malaysia's Growth in 2010 Seen at Around 7pc
    • Employers Agreeable to More Pay
    • Domestic Demand to Ease Volatility

    MEMBERS' NEWS
    • Right Royal Space
    • Royal Selangor Expands Overseas

    2nd Quarter Issue

    NOTES FROM THE PRESIDENT

    ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY NEWS
    • E&E is Major Contributor to Export Growth
    • Globetronics Upbeat on Sales
    • Malaysian to Helm Intel Ops in Penang, Kulim
    • US Electronic Firms Expect Lower Export Sales This Year
    • MAEI Export Sales at RM51.8bil
    • Slower Outlook for Electronics

    ECONOMIC NEWS
    • Malaysia's Economy Attains 7th Position
    • Employers Oppose Penalty on Minimum Wage
    • MTUC Not Pleased With New Wage Act

    MEMBERS' NEWS
    • New Collectibles in Pewter
    • Royal Selangor Centre in Penang

    3rd Quarter Issue

    NOTES FROM THE PRESIDENT

    ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY NEWS
    • Tek Seng in Solar Venture
    • A Shot in the Arm for Flextronics' Solar Ambition
    • ECE Technologies to List on London's AIM
    • Inari Makes Good Gain on Debut
    • Softer Outlook for HDD Business
    • Semiconductor Firms Brace for Challenging Times
    • PCB Manufacturers Going Through Slower H2

    ECONOMIC NEWS
    • 'Have Single Minimum Wage'
    • Economist: Trend in US, Europe will affect Malaysia
    • 'Pay Minimum Wage or Risk Fine'
    • Slower Full-Year Growth Expected
    • Levy on Heavy Power Users from January
    • Modest Slowdown Seen for Major Asian Economies
    • Export Credit Insurance Provides Peace of Mind
    • Using RMB in Trade Settlements Saves Costs, Says Bank
    • Growth Forecast may be Lowered

    MEMBERS' NEWS
    • Royal Selangor on Recycling Drive for Nature
    • Royal Selangor Targets 5-10% Revenue Contribution from Online Biz This Year
    • 'Royal' Trophies to add Prestige

    4th Quarter Issue

    NOTES FROM THE PRESIDENT

    ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY NEWS
    • Japanese Investments in E&E Sector Keep Flowing In
    • Chip Equipment Price Falling
    • Sony Faces Fourth Straight Year of Losses
    • Floods Affect Consumer Electronic, Cable-assembled Product Business
    • Weak Semiconductor Outlook
    • Electronics Likely to Remain a 'Weak Spot'

    ECONOMIC NEWS
    • Simultaneous Execution
    • Amnesty and Legalisation Processes of 6P Programme to Run Together
    • US CEOs Less Confident on Economy
    • US Factory Activity Slows in Oct
    • RM6b 'Buffer' for the Economy
    • Embassy Wants More Time for 6P Programme
    • Survey: Eurozone Manufacturing Deteriorated in October
    • Talks on RM3bil Investments
    • Govt Relaxes Labour Rules

    MEMBERS' NEWS
    • Pewter with Batik Designs