The company was recognised as “Visionary” in Gartner’s 2016 Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms just recently.
CIMB Research lists 8 catalysts that could drive the KLCI up next year.
Indian IT services company Saisun Solution (Saisun) has decided to make Malaysia the hub for all its activities within the Southeast Asian – and indeed, the Asia Pacific – region.
While the economic climate is undeniably facing uncertainties as a result of external and internal challenges, the government is confident, that given the nation’s strong fundamentals, the country is able to weather the volatilities impacting the economy. Earlier today at the Economic Update 2015 organised by the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP), top government officials and […]
Research house: Broad strategy in line with economic reality; success comes from effectiveness of execution of policies across the board.
Malaysia has shown significant progress towards becoming a high-income nation since the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) was launched in October 2010. “ETP is moving in the right direction in encouraging private investment,” states RHB Research.
The year 2014 was filled with tough challenges for Malaysia but the measures initiated under the Economic Transformation Programme in the last five years helped Malaysia deal with the difficulties with agility and confidence.
Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Najib Razak says country on track to reach its economic growth target.
While Malaysia’s economy was in good shape throughout 2014, several areas still remain to be improved before the nation can fulfil its aspiration of becoming a high-income developed country by 2020.
The underpinnings of Malaysia’s economy have improved from 2013 and point to a healthy, robust economy in 2014, according to several Cabinet ministers at the Economic Wrap-Up 2014 session held in Sasana Kijang recently.
Despite global economic uncertainty, active measures to narrow the national fiscal deficit have strengthened Malaysia’s outlook.
In view of changes in the global economic landscape, Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Najib Razak yesterday announced a number of proactive measures to ensure Malaysia’s growth, development and deficit ambitions remain on track.
Barclays has been bullish about the Malaysian economy in the past 4-5 years and remains so despite plummeting oil prices, which has damped the nation’s growth outlook and drove the Ringgit to its lowest levels since the global financial crisis.
The growth of the Malaysian economy is enviable, said Douglas McWilliams, Executive Chairman of UK-based Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) and one of the world’s leading economists.
IMF commends the authorities for taking significant steps to strengthen the resilience of the Malaysian economy, while maintaining macroeconomic stability; federal budget deficit could decline to below 3% next year.
Three years after their debut here, SPACs still leave investors wondering if they are sound or fly-by-night firms.
CIMB Research sees “hardly any losers from this Budget”
The World Economic Forum (WEF) ranks Malaysia 20th among 144 economies in its latest Global Competitive Index (GCI). This is four rungs up from the previous GCI ranking of 24th out of 148 countries.
Malaysia’s allure as a foreign direct investment (FDI) destination has improved significantly since last year, jumping 10 spots to no. 15 in A.T. Kearney’s 2014 FDI Confidence Index.
In introducing new financial instruments, regulatory authorities intend to bring variety and vibrancy into financial market activities, while safeguarding investors’ interests and promoting confidence. In that respect, the Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC) instrument introduced by Malaysia’s Securities Commission (SC) in 2009 is no different from any other financial instruments introduced by the SC in the past.