The RM4.4 billion River of Life project aims to breathe new life into the Klang and Gombak rivers that helped shape Kuala Lumpur.
The inclusion of various environmentally-friendly measures in the ETP and allocation of significant resources in the 11MP to the green economy are examples of Malaysia’s ongoing commitment.
Malaysia consolidates its position among the world’s top 20 most competitive economies, moving up two spots to no. 18 in the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Global Competitive Index (GCI) 2015-2016.
Something exciting is happening in October in Kuala Lumpur, first of its kind forum bringing together key policy makers, global opinion leaders, corporate mavericks and experts onto one stage.
What do rating agencies think of Malaysia’s economic outlook? Global rating agencies share their views.
Experts share their views at an Economic Update forum.
It is easy to surmise that Malaysia is facing an economic calamity, except we are nowhere near the levels of the Asian Financial Crisis of 1998.
The country is in a far stronger position now than during the Asian Financial Crisis, with the economy expected to post 4.5 to 5.5% growth this year, thanks to proactive measures taken by the government.
Malaysia has moved into the top half of a Budget Transparency Score survey, achieving a score of 46 out of 100 on the overall Open Budget Index. This is slightly above the global average of 45, tying with the likes of India and the Ukraine, and ahead of Thailand, Vietnam and China.
Given the nation’s strong fundamentals, Malaysia is able to weather the volatilities impacting the economy. While the economic climate is undeniably facing
Deeper understanding of human needs necessary for practical, sustainable and responsible IoT implementation. IoT identified as a key technology areas in RMK11 to enhance the productivity of new knowledge-based growth areas.