The state uses transformation lab to find effective solutions to meet its GDP targets.
Is the construction sector geared for a rebound? Industry experts believe so.
Bank Negara Malaysia’s recent intervention to prop up the Malaysian Ringgit, now at its 17-year low, is reportedly eating into our country’s reserves. Should we be concerned about its impact on the nation’s external finance?
A holistic, well-rounded and well-balanced educational system is the goal of current blueprint.
Malaysia is 8th most efficient government in the world, says WEF.
The selection of Cyberjaya as a ‘living lab’ for IoT technologies is part of the National IoT Strategic Roadmap that was recently launched by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation.
The Malaysian government is aiming to eradicate poverty irrespective of race. According to Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Dato’ Sri Abdul Wahi
Currently, road congestion costs Malaysians at least 1% of annual GDP, according to Frederico Gil Sander, currently the World Bank’s Senior Country Economist for Malaysia.
eRezeki serves as an avenue to raise the average income and share of total income, especially amongst the bottom 40% household income group.
The year 2014 proved to be a challenging one for palm oil and rubber, but better prospects lie ahead.
The industry’s growth trend is reflective of a concerted, industry-wide effort in shifting from low value-added activities to high-value operations within today’s global economy.