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COMPARING the national inflation rate to the growth of salaries over the past year, households should see an increase in income says the Human Resources Ministry.
Malaysia’s position as a top destination for higher education is facing intense global competition. What can be done to gain the respect of international students and retain these global talents? A research team appointed by the Education Ministry needs your feedback.
PETALING JAYA: The recent Budget 2020 announcement was received with welcome by some of the country’s leading businesses in various industries.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's well-diversified export base will help the economy maintain a relatively strong growth despite global trade tensions, Fitch Ratings says.
A yearly budget should be able to address real issues not just dangling carrots and promising sweeteners.
The Budget with its theme,"Driving growth and equitable outcomes towards shared prosperity," is the second for Pakatan Harapan since the coalition won power.
Federal Govt Budget RM297.02bil of which 45.1% will come from income tax; non-tax revenue 18.4%, borrowings 17.7%, indirect tax 15.9% and other direct tax 2.9%.
KUALA LUMPUR: The government needs to diversify and increase its revenue resources, including widening coverage of the sales and services tax (SST) to rebuild fiscal buffers, says the World Bank Group.
KUALA LUMPUR: The government will likely present an expanded budget this Friday to temper a weak economic outlook, as it grapples with global recession fears, the protracted US-China trade war and a large debt pile left behind by its predecessors.
PETALING JAYA: Lawmakers will be kept busy with a long haul Parliament meeting from Monday (Oct 7) until Dec 5, with the Budget 2020 and other crucial Bills expected to be debated and passed.