This year is Malaysia’s turn to chair Asean and hopefully help to propel the bloc forward to play a larger role both regionally and globally.
Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Najib Razak says country on track to reach its economic growth target.
Growth in 2015 would be sustained by expansion in domestic demand amid strong domestic fundamentals and a resilient export sector. Malaysian Ringgit “significantly undervalued” and does not reflect Malaysia’s strong fundamentals.
While great strides have been taken and many improvements have been made to Malaysia’s economy, and absolute poverty in the country has fallen, there remains much to be done in terms of ensuring that the nation’s growth is enjoyed by all the rakyat regardless of race, religion or social background, according to the Malaysia Human Development Report 2013 (MHDR).
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.
Malaysia’s diverse economic structure will help mitigate the effect of falling crude oil prices
During the recent ETP Talkback Thursday, we discussed the following topic : “The country is becoming wealthier and there’s change taking place. But are yo
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.
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.
We’ve reached the season finale and as you know, Hear & Now is produced by the Economic Transformation Programme. And for this final show we’re going t