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Malaysia is made up of 13 states spanning across Peninsular Malaysia and Malaysian Borneo, separated by the South China Sea
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Essentially, pre-emption rights give a company’s existing shareholders the first opportunity to acquire shares of the company before they are offered elsewhere, either on an
It is very common to find a provision in the contract describing that the company is one of the subsidiaries, affiliated or associated companies of
There are different types of crowdfunding in Malaysia, namely i) reward-based, ii) equity-based, iii) donation-based and iv) lending-based. Reward-based crowdfunding enables the investors to contribute
In Part 1, we discussed the issues of the coverage of the employment law and the status of labour workers. In Part 2, we will
The employment law of Malaysia (i.e., the Employment Act 1995) has remained unchanged since 2012. It took the Parliament 10 years to eventually propose and
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