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Opinion

When liberalisation attracts flops

ALMOST a decade ago, the Securities Commission announced several initiatives to help make Bursa Malaysia a preferred listing destination.

Opinion

Wanted: A good deal to save Earth

Optimistically cautious by Errol Oh
CEOs disappointed with US withdrawal from Paris Agreement

Business

A tale of two research schemes

Optimistically cautious by Errol Oh
There is a new source of reports on small-caps. But what about the old one?

Opinion

Our new path to economic growth

The implementation of the Malaysia Productivity Blueprint can change our future

Business

A forgiving way to boost revenue

Optimistically cautious by Errol Oh
Should Malaysia be inspired by Indonesia’s successful tax amnesty?

Opinion

Giving boardroom independence a shelf life

New corporate governance code draws attention to long-serving directors

Opinion

Has anyone noticed the new audit reports?

Auditors now have to discuss key matters. We should pay more attention.

Opinion

New Auditor-General’s demanding mandate

TODAY is only the third day of Tan Sri Dr Madinah Mohamad’s two-year term as Auditor-General (AG). And yet, there is already scepticism out there about her ability to do the job well.

Opinion

Will Trump’s order cause disorder?

Optimistically cautious - By Errol Oh
Let’s hope the president is right in wanting to replace the Dodd-Frank Act

Opinion

Let’s light up palm oil history

THE Malaysian palm oil industry turns 100 this year. Pinpointing the start of an industry this old is often tricky, but in this case, the birth is widely recognised as the first time that oil palm was planted commercially in this country.