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How AI can power economic recovery and overcome challenges in Malaysia
ARTIFICIAL intelligence (AI) is progressively being recognised as the new general purpose technology that will bring about revolutionary economic transformation similar to the Industrial Revolution.
The Belt and Road Initiative and digital business transformation
BUSINESS structure has been isolated into several modules and processes because of growing economic globalisation, which has changed the setup of the global economy and how it operates.
Digital banks in Malaysia: Prospects and lessons from China
ON APRIL 29, 2022, Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) announced the five digital banking licence winners from the 29 applications received, namely a consortium of RHB Bank Bhd and Boost Holdings Sdn Bhd; a consortium led by YTL Digital Capital Sdn Bhd and Sea Ltd; a consortium led by GXS Bank Pte Ltd and Kuok Brothers Sdn Bhd; a consortium led by KAF Investment Bank Sdn Bhd; and a consortium of MoneyLion Inc, AEON Financial Service Co Ltd and AEON Credit Service (M) Bhd.
Being humanistic toward an ageing society
The phenomenon of an ageing society has been studied in scholarly literature and this field of study is known as gerontology.
An opportunity to fix the brain drain?
BRAIN drain, or human capital flight, refers to the emigration of Malaysians who have received advanced training at home.
Is sustainable HR management humanistic?
THE goal of sustainable development, known as the “triple bottom line”, which seeks to balance the needs of society and the environment with financial considerations, has given rise to the field of environmental management.
BRI strengthens Malaysia and China’s economic cooperation
MALAYSIA and China have evolved through many remarkable economic achievements through their relationship, which started in the 1970s and has existed for more than 47 years.
Yuan's journey from the elite reserve currency club to global currency
AMONG the elites, having a membership with a prestigious club signifies one's superiority in terms of his or her social status. Interestingly, a similar club exists for foreign currencies.
A humanistic mindset to digitalisation
According to the human capital theory, investing in education has the potential to maximise economic growth and prosperity.
Malaysia committed to export durian to China
DURIAN could well be called "the king of fruit" because of the price of its high-quality grades.
Practicing responsible heritage tourism in Malaysia and China
Tourism generally means activities that bring people to a destination that attracts their interest such as the natural scenic view, food and culture.
Household Debt: Watch out!
INTEREST rate hikes appear to be the theme song that most central banks are dancing to in 2022, with rate hikes increasing in intensity - especially in July.