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MALAYSIA’S newly unveiled 2020 budget displays a commitment to sustainable long-term growth, according to Sukumar Rajah and Hanifah Hashim. Here, they suggest how the country’s foreign investment, transport and employment initiatives could drive the domestic economy.
KUALA LUMPUR: A new study by Khazanah Research Institute (KRI) has proposed the introduction of a monthly childcare allowance of RM100 to Malaysian households, a move that is conservatively forecast to increase the country’s economic growth by 0.4% within one year of implementation.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians’ income could rise 26% if women are given equal access to economic opportunities, according to the World Bank.
AN IT firm that expanded into the realm of healthcare services just two years ago, loss-making LYC Healthcare has exceedingly ambitious plans for the year ahead.
PETALING JAYA: LYC Healthcare Bhd has proposed to undertake a private placement of new ordinary shares to raise up to RM10.4mil for renovation work at two care centres and three senior living centres,with the aim of expanding its healthcare business.
FOR someone of Reuben Anandraj Solomon’s age, looking after a community of seniors may not seem like the ideal career move. The lean and soft-spoken 34-year-old had left a promising job in a bank to start a senior care centre.
NEW YORK: Nine miles outside of Portland, Oregon, Nike’s corporate headquarters is a mecca of work-life balance. There are wooded trails, ponds and grassy knolls, with company-branded bikes employees are free to pedal from A to B.
RUAN Meiyin, the director of the Meixiang garment factory in Yangzhong town, Ningde city, Fujian province, says she hopes to help more poor mothers to enjoy a better life.