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Malaysia doubles co-op registrations

The country saw 1,001 new co-ops registered last year

Malaysian co-op apex to work with Samsung to boost innovation

Angkasa has signed a memorandum of understanding with the electronics giant to supply its products to…

Asia Pacific Cooperative Youth Summit to tackle sustainability

185 young people from 19 countries are set to attend the event, which includes a co-op…

Future-proofing co-ops: Sector leaders look at cybercrime and crisis communications

Ler Jun Sng writes from the Annual Co-operative Leaders Conference in Malaysia

Malaysian co-op apex Angkasa and India’s IFFCO to collaborate on agri projects

The organisations have signed an MOU to open more business opportunities for the agri co-op sectors…

From the cradle … A co-op start to life

Co-ops are active in maternity, childcare, fostering, education and youth organising, bringing their values and principles…

Co-operative legislation to be reviewed in Malaysia

The review will aim to ensure the right checks and balances are in place

Malaysia’s retail co-ops set sights on digital transition

Sector body ANGKASA hopes online commerce will help the sector weather the Covid-19 pandemic

Funding boost for Malaysian co-op sector

The initiative forms part of the federal government’s RM 150 billion People’s Wellbeing and Economic Recovery…

Malaysian government to support co-ops affected by floods

Co-ops will receive up to up to RM30,000 (£5,449) each

Obituary: Ungku A. Aziz, leading light of the Malaysian co-op movement

Prof Aziz was president of national sector body Angkasa for nearly 40 years and worked with…

Co-operative legislation under review in Malaysia

The Bill had its first reading in parliament on 26 August