SME Association and an economist say greater competition from foreign companies will ensure that price is determined by supply and demand.
The economist says the country should start thinking about domestic investments instead of focusing on foreign investments.
Papua New Guinea's James Marape has ambitions for the country, with an end goal of turning one of the world's poorest countries into the "richest black nation" on earth in just a decade.
Although Malaysia is one of the beneficiaries, the trade war benefits nobody, says finance minister.
The deputy international trade and industry minister says the US-China trade war and other factors have resulted in more China firms showing interest in Malaysia.
'We know firsthand that the additional tariffs will have a significant, negative and long-term impact on American businesses and the US economy.' says the companies and groups in a letter
Finance minister says Malaysia is reaping benefits from the US-China trade war.
Facebook denies Zuckerberg or any other Facebook employee knowingly violate the company's obligations under the FTC consent order nor do any emails exist that indicate they did.
Overseas investors poured nearly RM350 million into the nation’s stocks last week, the most since late January.
For the sake of future generations, PH leaders should be brave enough to put a stop to the political degradation.
'Well played, Dr Mahathir' says political scientist Lynette Ong about the prime minister's stance on the big power rivalry.
Group of 20 finance leaders agree to describe trade and geopolitical tensions as "intensified" and pledged to take further action to address these economic risks.
There’s no need to be worried about a buyer’s market if you price your property right.
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Geoffrey Williams says it's all part of a cycle, while Yeah Kim Leng speaks of a silver lining in trade diversion.
The data comes a day after the Bank of Korea reported the economy shrank 0.4% quarter-on-quarter in the first three months.
After previously saying the country’s debt and liabilities had gone up from RM1 trillion to RM1.1 trillion, Najib says Lim Guan Eng is now saying the debt-to-GDP ratio has gone down by 3.9%.
Prime Minister points out that Warisan even has three full ministers in the federal government.
They say it will curtail currency trading and help attract foreign investors.
Thailand still doesn’t have a new government in place following March’s divisive election, and the delay is pushing out the timeline for big infrastructure projects just as the economy slows down.
A US Treasury report says Malaysia's current account surplus has narrowed substantially over the past decade on higher consumption and investment.
Malaysia also emerged second among the 28 economies with GDP per capita less than US$20,000.
Vietnam plans to make the leap from gold to credit cards in a bid to keep up with the global trend toward cashless transactions.
DBS Bank Ltd says Vietnam’s economy could be bigger than Singapore’s in a decade's time.