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September 29, 2017

The approach Malaysia is pursuing by making China its close friend could ensure better security and survivability, especially in... More ››

September 21, 2017

Reviving subsidies, especially for fuel will only benefit the rich and not the poor, in addition to creating more... More ››

| September 14, 2017

BN strategic communications director says EPF's move towards overseas investments and Malaysia Airline's plan to buy the Boeing planes... More ››

| September 13, 2017

DAP vice-chairman asks if Malaysia is 'cash-rich' enough to spend billions on planes and infrastructure development in the US. More ››

September 13, 2017

Malaysians should have a say in the country's involvement with international powerhouses like the US and China. More ››

| August 17, 2017

For China, the investment opportunities in Asean are significant as the group's 10 members boast some of the world’s... More ››

| July 29, 2017

Deputy prime minister claims money was used for other things or put into the state’s own coffers, leaving the... More ››

| July 25, 2017

MACC representatives also sat on the executive committee of the MRT project to ensure it had a high-level of... More ››

| July 7, 2017
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The two nations are expected to pick builders for the RM60 billion HSR project by late 2018, with some... More ››

June 21, 2017

We must act urgently beyond blaming drivers’ attitudes and building expensive infrastructure. More ››

| April 25, 2017

Former Umno minister says he fears for Malaysia's future and sovereignty with superpower's involvement in many infrastructure projects. More ››

| January 26, 2017

High-impact projects are implemented to help stimulate the country's economy, says Najib. More ››

| January 20, 2017

While Thailand, Philippines will see rise in infrastructure spending, Malaysia and Indonesia will be affected by budgetary constraints that... More ››

| August 24, 2016

RAM Ratings has cumulatively rated about RM31 billion of bond and sukuk programmes from Sarawak-related issuers, says its CEO. More ››

June 2, 2016

Its market sentiment survey shows 49% of respondents are confident that there are good prospects for long-term capital appreciation. More ››

| March 8, 2016

Road will connect the people in Kapit, Song and Kanowit districts to Sibu upon completion in 2018. More ››

September 20, 2015

Expansion of Kuantan port, new roads and interchange, and tax-free incentive for 15 years More ››

| October 17, 2014
stephen-wong sabah

Sandakan MP says that once again Sabah has been deprived of allocations for infrastructure. More ››

| February 16, 2014
Jeffrey Kitingan

The Sabah assemblyman slams Putrajaya for ignoring Sabah and Sarawak when agreeing to subsidise motorists plying roads in the... More ››

| January 1, 2014
Lahad Datu standoff

Lahad Datu's shabby infrastructure makes it look more like a forgotten backwater than the nation's biggest palm oil producer More ››

December 8, 2013
A typhoon survivor

Asean 5, which is composed of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand, is expected to be the key... More ››

November 16, 2013
musa aman

The bulk of it will go towards ensuring the supply of clean treated water to its citizens. More ››

November 3, 2013

Manila hopes tourism will create seven million jobs and contribute 12% of economic output but industry experts are skeptical.... More ››

September 22, 2013
east timor

Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao says the country is in dire need to rebuild its non-oil economy that was completely... More ››

August 21, 2013
Alfred Jabu

Federal agencies are unaware of the ground limitations in implementating projects in the state, said Deputy Chief Minister Alfred... More ››

| July 29, 2013

Kinabatangan, a longtime BN stronghold, is lagging in roads and infrastructure. More ››

January 9, 2013

By Farah Adilla KUALA LUMPUR: With the appetite for project financing from the traditional European stalwarts shrinking, sponsors of... More ››

| November 8, 2012

Sabah and federal authorities should first ensure that state roads are in good condition before indulging in road-safety... More ››

September 23, 2012

'Macet', the Indonesian name for a traffic jam, is one of the most used words in the capital... More ››

| November 17, 2011
taib mahmud 1

The Sarawak government can continue to sing the 'same old tune' about its marvelous Budget 2012 , but the... More ››

| November 9, 2011
poor in sabah 2

Where has the billions of ringgit which the federal government claims was spent on Sabah infrastructure gone? More ››

| October 11, 2011
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What's the point of waiving school fees and issuing book vouchers if students have to walk 30 kilometers to... More ››

September 22, 2011

By John Mair and Manuel Mogato MANILA: The Philippines is once again open for business, President Benigno Aquino likes... More ››

| August 16, 2011
musa aman

An opposition Sabah assemblyman wants to table a motion to debate the government's decision to spend RM388 million to... More ››

| March 31, 2011
Collapsed bridge in Kota Belud

The bridge in Kg Bungan Kota Belud collapsed shortly after its completion in April 2009. More ››

| March 4, 2011

Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin has admitted that the government is unable to do much for the landless and... More ››