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Absence of clear, practical policies casts doubts among business community

An associate professor says entrepreneurs have reservations about venturing into new fields or products as they are afraid they will not take off.

China Inc is battling a crisis of confidence

Observers are now forecasting a deeper slowdown and have put the big-spending Chinese consumer on life support.

Osaka says US Open win has given her belief

Osaka overhauled Sevastova to win 3-6, 6-0, 6-4 and reach the semi-finals of the season-opening tournament.

The challenges of being a leader

Part and parcel of leading a team or an entire organisation is the requirement of dealing with external as well as internal challenges.

Dr M: It’ll take 2 years to set foundations for Malaysia’s...

The prime minister says Malaysia is now a 'half-dead' tiger but is optimistic the country will get back on its feet soon.

How sports can affect your emotional well-being

While many studies support the positive effects derived from participating in a sporting activity, in some cases, the reverse occurs.

Malay Economic Council supports inheritance tax, capital gains tax

It feels this will promote spending.

Australia moves to revive confidence in strawberries

Canberra has notified international markets that since September 19 Australian exporters are required to give assurance that their strawberry shipment is free of metal contaminants before they are granted a permit.

Post-GE14, consumers more confident but worry about jobs

Survey attributes it to post-election optimism and zero-rating of GST.

Lawyers: Good reason why Anwar wants quick return to Dewan Rakyat

Anwar Ibrahim must be elected to the legislature and win the confidence of the majority of MPs to be appointed prime minister.

China says trade war has become biggest ‘confidence killer’ for world...

The foreign ministry spokeswoman told reporters that the United States is fabricating all kinds of justifications.

UK confidence slips in June as economic pessimism mounts

Business optimism dropped to the lowest level this year, Lloyds Bank said in a report published Friday.

Why submit 3 names for post of Selangor MB, lawyer asks...

Lawyer R Kengadharan says strict adherence of the Selangor constitution is necessary if one is determined to uphold rule of law.

Gloom is setting in among Swedes as inflation expectations jump

Swedes became more pessimistic about their own personal finances and the overall economy amid turmoil in the housing market.

Vote of confidence in Shafie means nothing, says Sabah lawyer

The vote in support of Shafie Apdal as Sabah chief minister actually establishes that Musa Aman was the lawful chief minister, claims Henry Gudid.

NGO tells PH, MyHSR to prove their cases over rail project

ONE says if both sides present their cases, it will be easier for the people to judge the viability of the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore high speed rail project.

AG Apandi must quit if he loses confidence of govt, says...

Gopal Sri Ram says the right to terminate Apandi Ali’s service is unaffected by his contract which offers him no protection at all.

Santiago: Don’t accept Umno, BN members for 3 years

Klang MP says all Pakatan Harapan parties should keep in mind that people voted for a coalition free of Umno elements, after Dr Mahathir Mohamad said his party will accept Umno members.

Guan Eng shocked Treasury can’t access certain accounts

The new finance minister says certain 'red' files were only accessible to certain parties and this had impeded officials and auditors from carrying out their professional responsibilities with integrity.

We always win, Bung tells Sabah opposition

The Kinabatangan MP says BN is still popular despite Warisan's confidence.

BoJ: Japan business confidence slips in March survey

The Bank of Japan's Tankan report shows a reading of 24 among major manufacturers in its March survey against 26 in the December report.

Neymar injury offers Di Maria and co chance to step forward...

Neymar's untimely injury is a huge blow to Paris Saint-Germain, it does represent a golden opportunity for Angel di Maria and other members of their expensively assembled squad.

Venezuela begins selling oil-backed cryptocurrency

A total of 100 million Petros will go on sale, with an initial value set at $60, based on the price of a barrel of Venezuelan crude in mid-January.

Helping strangers can help teens have more confidence

Helping others could help teenagers boost their self-esteem.