Prime minister taking views of various parties into consideration, although the interest rate is lower, says finance ministry.
Only those who have a clear disconnect with what is happening will find a UN official's remarks to be shocking.
Financial advisor Kotok says his disagreements with President Trump stem from politics but it now expands to the economy and gun control, among others.
A social analyst says rural folk should create job opportunities in their own areas instead.
Long term growth is what will sustain the markets, not rate cuts says a top performing fund manager.
Rina Harun says the rural economy needs to be diversified with new sources of income and better infrastructure.
The recession presents a hurdle for Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the lead up to the country's upcoming elections.
The economist says authorities must be prudent, and perhaps unpopular, to reduce Malaysia's vulnerability to financial crises.
While President Moon Jae-in’s "three-belts" transport plan would benefit the North, what the regime in the Pyongyang really wants is to ramp up special economic zones across the country, said Kim Byeong-uk.
An analyst says there is a need to convince rating agencies in order to make Malaysia attractive to investors again.
Hoo Ke Ping says the government should tread carefully lest Malaysia lose out in tourist arrivals and palm oil exports.
Barjoyai Bardai says Malaysia's strategic location makes it attractive for China to establish a presence.
New Zealand, Australia and Japan have been pushing for the deal to continue, but Malaysia’s International Trade Minister Mustapa Mohamed says Malaysia is less keen to proceed.
Ali Salman of Ideas should know that gross national income per capita growth does not depend on one factor alone.
If the demise of theTPP is not going to affect us potentially, why did we spend so much time and energy negotiating for it in the first place?
It’s a giant gift to the Chinese because they now can pitch themselves as the driver of trade liberalisation.
The Conference Board says its consumer confidence index jumped 4.3 points for the month to 113.7, extending gains made in November to reach the highest point since August 2001.
Minister says the government reacts according to its capacity in facing an uncertain economic climate.
Reduced deficit in Ahmad Bashah's maiden budget of RM1.06 billion expenditure on revenue of RM734.7 million.
Latest statistics furnished by Penang chief minister shows BN was right about poor economic performance, after all, says Gerakan secretary-general Liang Teck Meng.
Sterling economic progress in Penang under Pakatan indisputable and backed by experts, asserts Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng.
Calling on the Government to address structural reforms in Budget 2017, Amanah's Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad says it should not merely trot out show-case numbers to show all is well.
However, it may miss two of its annual financial targets as economic growth in Southeast Asian markets decelerates.
Besides indirectly pushing Malaysians to adopt wise spending, the GST is also widely regarded by local economists as the new goose laying golden eggs.
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