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» Penerbangan Sabah Sdn Bhd (Sabah Air) Open Penerbangan Sabah Sdn Bhd (Sabah Air) in New Window
Commonly known as Sabah Air. Sabah Air is wholly owned by the Sabah State Government and comes under the purview of the Sabah Ministry of Finance. Sabah Air holds an Air Operation Certificate issued by the Malaysian Department of Civil Aviation to carry out non-scheduled air services and flying services. Sabah Air's Kota Kinabalu office comprising its headquaters complex cum hangar is located at Kota Kinabalu Aerodome. It has two other...   [Read more]
» Perpustakaan Negeri Sabah Open Perpustakaan Negeri Sabah in New Window
Also known as the Sabah State Library in English. The first state library in Sabah was established in 1953 as a section of the Broadcasting and Information Department. In 1966, the library merged with the Sabah Museum to form the Libraries and Museum Department. The Library and Sabah Museum was separated and the Library Department was formed in 1972. The Library Department was renamed Sabah State Library in 1976. Sandakan Regional Library was...   [Read more]
Notes :   Available in English and Malay versions.

» PUSPANITA Cawangan Negeri Sabah Open PUSPANITA Cawangan Negeri Sabah in New Window
Also known as the PUSPANITA Sabah State Branch in English. PUSPANITA is the abbreviation of Persatuan Suri dan Anggota Wanita Perkhidmatan Awam Malaysia (Association of the Women Staff and Wife of the Malaysian Civil Service). Established in Sabah on September 24, 1983.
Notes :   Available in Malay version only.
» Sabah Credit Corporation (SCC) Open Sabah Credit Corporation (SCC) in New Window
Incorporated on June 15, 1955 as North Borneo Credit Corporation (NBCC) and commenced operations with a launching grant of $1 million from part of the Japanese Compensation Fund. In 1972, NBCC was renamed Sabah Credit Corporation (SCC). SCC is a financial institution wholly owned by the Sabah State Government and operates under the purview of the Sabah Ministry of Finance. The main objective of SCC is to help contribute towards the...   [Read more]
Notes :   Available in English and Malay versions.
» Sabah Development Bank Berhad (SDB) Open Sabah Development Bank Berhad (SDB) in New Window
Established on August 7, 1977 as Bank Pembangunan Sabah Berhad by the State Government of Sabah. The setting up of SDB was in response to the desire of the state to create a network of financial institutions that can respond and are capable and effective in meeting the needs of economic development in the state. SDB commenced operations in June 1978. In 1996, SDB was privatised and acquired by Suria Capital Holdings Berhad. In 1999, SDB was...   [Read more]


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