Hoo Ke Ping tells Putrajaya to take into account economic factors that it cannot control.
Shanghai index has fallen for 4 straight days, the longest streak since Aug 7.
As exports slump, the republic’s official projection is only at 0% to 1% this year.
Trade war with US and cooling local demand also factors in slowing economy.
Economics affairs ministry says the Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 document clearly made a distinction between nominal and constant measurements.
Former PM says to achieve a GDP of RM3.4 trillion by 2030, the average GDP growth rate must be 7.36%, not 4.7% as outlined in the Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 booklet.
Challenges remain apparent as clients held out for price discounts amid competitive pressures on industry.
The government will rely on more Petronas money and tax more people after failing to fill the hole from loss of GST revenue, says former prime minister.
Finance minister Lim Guan Eng says Putrajaya also on target to raise RM52 billion in net direct debt for development expenditure this year.
The communications and multimedia minister says this is the aim of the National Fiberisation and Connectivity Plan.
This follows the better-than-expected export growth in July and a 97.2% growth in approved foreign investment in the first half of this year
Having seen a decline in trade against the backdrop of the US-China trade war, Europe's biggest economy will enter what it technically defines as a recession should GDP shrink further.
Although the growth rate improved this year, Malaysia will maintain fiscal discipline, says economic affairs minister.
The finance minister says the 4.9% growth in the second quarter of this year has beaten market expectations.
It wants Warisan deputy president Darell Leiking to realise that the party has not been effective in managing the state, resulting in a big drop in GDP.
The finance minister says he is 'cautiously optimistic' of this amid news that Singapore's economy has contracted 3.3%.
They'll boost the national economy if allowed to earn their living legally, says Tenaganita.
The prime minister also wants entrepreneurs to be equipped with noble values such as integrity and honesty.
The finance minister cites several factors, including a rise in exports and retail sales.
The prime minister says the amount of loans guaranteed by the government will be tied to the GDP, adding that the tabling of an act to protect consumers from creditors will be expedited.
Apart from the expected US rate cuts, tensions in the Middle East also contribute to the high and low of the ringgit.
The slowdown underlines the pressure that Chinese policymakers face as they attempt to negotiate a deal with the US.
This is the third consecutive month Malaysia’s actual industrial production has beaten market consensus, says Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng.
The ringgit is likely to trade at the current level of between 4.11 and 4.13 against the US dollar.