MIDF Research believes that the government could reduce GST the rate by more than 1%, should oil prices climb above USD55pb, ceteris paribus.
Two months have passed since the historic landmark agreement came into effect, when the ten member ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries consisting of Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Philippines,…
CIMB Research lists 8 catalysts that could drive the KLCI up next year.
The development and growth of rural Malaysia is absolutely crucial to the future of our country’s economic growth. Infrastructure development is something we can all see and feel, but it is the innovation…
This year’s 27th ASEAN Summit and Other Related Summits 2015, hosted by Malaysia as chair of ASEAN, marks the culmination of several initiatives aimed at bringing the concept of the ASEAN Community 2015…
The ASEAN Community 2015 came together in Kuala Lumpur over the weekend in a milestone event to further integrate economically, socio-culturally and from the security aspect.
Elected chair of the ASOCIO ASEAN Economic Community Digital Taskforce, PIKOM, aims to drive collaboration and co-operation to overcome ICT challenges to support regional ICT integration.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement is a game changer as far as global trade liberalisation goes, and Malaysia cannot afford to be left out.
Nations in South America, Africa and Asia Pacific are now beginning to take their place on the world stage.
Malaysia's exports of electrical and electronics (E&E) products for the period January to August 2015 showed significant growth.
Dato’ Sri Idris Jala, our very own master of turnarounds, shares what’s required for obtaining significant results in a short period of time.
The Prime Minister announced Budget 2016 last Friday. What do local research houses think, and who are the winners and losers?
Budgets are not only roadmaps and sets of accounts, they also highlight the current government’s social and economic priorities.
Country on track to meet 2020 target.
The ASEAN Pathfinder project hopes to pave the way for businesses in member states to tap into the vibrant and lucrative ASEAN market.
External factors aren’t bright, yet there could be a silver lining amidst it all.
Malaysia saw a modest growth of investments in the first half of 2015 (1H15), with new approved direct investments totalling RM113.5 billion, up from RM112.0 billion in 1H14.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is arguably the most controversial trade agreement to date. Small wonder, given that it includes 12 nations and covers nearly 40% of the global economy. The TPP will undoubtedly…