Committee chairman Eddin Khoo says it intends to meet MPs on Oct 16 to collect more views.
We have yet to see the details of his e-sports blueprint and how he can move it away from the cronyism and lack of expertise that plagued us before.
In the past, several policies or their implementation served to divide Malaysians, but in the New Malaysia, all policies should be geared towards forging unity
SAPP deputy president Richard Yong says Sabah should be given autonomy to manage its education matters.
We should work towards making national schools the schools of choice for all Malaysians.
Denison Jayasooria calls for review panel before policies are made public, and says the people are losing confidence.
PM-in-waiting must tell Malaysians what he intends to do when or if he takes power.
We are so foolishly obsessed with more Malaysians holding university degrees for prestige reasons that we overlook the economic and sustainability aspects of university education.
The country is in dire need of solutions and the PM cannot be playing 'Mr Nice Guy' all the time.
Xi says it is necessary to focus on preventing risks on the basis of steady growth, while strengthening the countercyclical adjustment of fiscal policy and monetary policy.
Taiwan's approach contrasts with that of China and Hong Kong where authorities have pushed policies to boost and export traditional medicine.
Data shows the housing market had its worst 12 months since 2013 last year.
Every day, there is talk about scandals, debts, wastage, poor governance but have we even begun to harvest some of the low-hanging fruit?
Incoming PKR president stresses on need for affirmative action to be vigorously promoted based on needs.
Think tank says although Economic Freedom of the World 2018 ranking is based on 2016-2017 data, there is a need for comprehensive review of economic policies.
Economist questions why government following what previous administration did despite saying it wanted to reform GLCs.
Subang MP Wong Chen says the government cannot formulate policies 'based on gut feelings'.
The Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce says 'vague and ambiguous' statements by government leaders could impact the economy.
The BOJ pledged to keep interest rates "extremely low" for an extended period and adjusted policy so it could buy stocks and bonds more flexibly.
The Chinese Communist Party’s top newspaper issued a rare direct criticism of President Donald Trump’s agenda, saying his “America First” policies were hurting his own people and fomenting discontent in the country.
Foreign minister says this is in line with importance being given to Malaysia's relationship with Japan and Look East Policy 2.0.
Ministry says this will ensure entrepreneurial policies will be more holistic and comprehensive.
We had high hopes when the new government came into power, but many of those hopes seem still unfulfilled.
Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad says even 'Milo tin' cars can enter the local market, but Malaysia's cars are not allowed into foreign markets.