Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) deputy president Yee Moh Chai says there’s nothing wrong with giving Palestinian students scholarships but asks why the government is so hard on Malaysian students.
Lending active businesses key in negating effects of US-China trade war, says finance minister.
The loans are being offered at 2% interest rate, says Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng.
Bank Negara says it will ensure SMEs continue to have full access to financing.
It finds that single adults are spending RM1,100 monthly on housing while the recommended budget in guide is only RM300.
This is against 5.5% in January, TA Research says.
It says banks have continued to maintain sufficient buffers against potential credit losses.
Think tank says Putrajaya should minimise compliance costs if it wants to encourage banks to lend more to the private sector while Ramon Navaratnam says windfall tax means better income distribution.
Deposits doubled to RM790 million in the National Education Savings Scheme (SSPN) in the second half of last year.
It must first have the latest information on borrowers and defaulters to know how much deduction needs to be made.
There are those who buy at the wrong time and are forced to sell at a loss, and those who swear by property investment as they sold theirs at a profit.
Kholifey also says he does not expect deflation in Saudi Arabia thanks to consumer demand and real estate loans.
From registering your business to getting funding to kick-start your venture, it takes a lot of gumption to make it work, no matter what the challenges are.
Penang Rehda says housing glut reminiscent of 1999 property bubble.
Loans have grown at a quicker pace at private-sector banks which have grabbed market share from state-controlled lenders that carry the majority of bad loans in India.
Moody’s Investors Service has announced that property loans are the greatest threat to Malaysian banks.
Former PTPTN chairman Shamsul Anuar Nasarah says new repayment scheme may increase collections but will put a strain on borrowers to pay back.
The PTPTN chairman says he understands the concerns that some borrowers may have but the loans must be paid back.
The former prime minister says students from M40 households have studied just as hard.
PTPTN needs RM3 billion a year to help students continue their studies, Dewan Rakyat told.
The confirmation of Khan’s first visit to China as premier comes days after Pakistan secured US$6 billion dollars in funding from Saudi Arabia to help stave off a widening balance of payment crisis.
The former prime minister reminds Pakatan Harapan that it was them who had instigated students not to repay their loans before GE14 and had promised to wipe out the loans.
The former prime minister, however, advises those capable of repaying their loans to do so as PH's populist moves have put pressure on government's finances.
Financial independence is achievable for everyone in their lifetimes, and for most within a decade or less with a disciplined, well-structured process.