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PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s household debt-to-gross domestic product (GDP) ratio, which is the second highest in Asia, is expected to rise and be at the 88% to 90% range by year-end in anticipation of the country’s economic contraction.
BEIJING/HONG KONG: China's Ant Group, about to make the biggest public sale of shares ever, poses a basic conundrum: what kind of company is it - a financial colossus or a tech giant?
CHINA’S Ant Group, which is about to make the biggest public sale of shares ever, poses a basic conundrum: what kind of company is it – a financial colossus or a tech giant?
KUALA LUMPUR: World Bank welcomes the overall stance of the Budget 2021 proposals and recognise the need to continue providing support to lives and livelihoods during a period when Malaysians, especially those in the B40, are under enormous stress.
IT may be the biggest budget on record but what may be required is an all-out spending package to lift people’s lives from a situation of joblessness and reduced salaries.
SINGAPORE: Southeast Asian stocks, hit particularly hard by the shutdown of tourism and other service industries, are making a comeback as optimism grows over a return to travel.
JUST eight months after they swung into action to avert a crippling depression and credit crunch, central banks are in the uncomfortable position of relying on governments to power fragile economic rebounds.
PETALING JAYA: The current tight palm oil supply situation is expected to keep the price of crude palm oil (CPO) above RM3,000 per tonne in the near term, say analysts.
MUMBAI: India’s economy probably shrank for a second straight quarter, according to a team of economists including Michael Patra, the central bank’s deputy governor in charge of monetary policy, pushing the country into an unprecedented recession.