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Listing of Petronas among options to increase revenue

THE government’s liabilities are out in the open. Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng revealed details to substantiate his point of national liabilities and debt have breached not only the RM1 trillion-mark but also reached 80.3% of gross domestic product.

M40 group in the middle-income trap?

My point - By Manokaran Mottain
ANNUALLY, the national budget has always been hotly debated by Malaysians, after unveiling in the parliament.

Dropouts and the changing economic environment

On your own by Tan Thiam Hock
LATELY there have been many discussions on how e-commerce, robotics and Artificial Intelligence will disrupt the human workforce causing massive unemployment all over the world. We are already witnessing, high unemployment among the youths in Europe and even in Malaysia where we have at least a hundred thousand unemployed graduates.

MACC needs strong finishing

ONE need not go far to see how effective the Government can be when dealing with highly problematic issues involving people who blatantly do not comply with the rules.

Top foreign and local stories at 4pm

Top foreign and local stories at 4pm

Analysts say Govt’s contingent liabilities likely to rise

With government debt at RM630.5bil at the end of last year, the off-the-books debt that is guaranteed by the Government is worth 28% of the public sector’s total debt.

Saving for your child’s future

Parents should consider various factors when choosing an education policy for children.

Malaysia-Market factors to watch on March 19(Tuesday)

KUALA LUMPUR: Following is a list of events in Malaysia as well as news company-related and market news which could have an influence on the local market.

New shareholder to emerge in Masterskill

MASTERSKILL Education Group Bhd (MEGB) is on the radar of a group of investors keen to buy out the company, including major shareholder Siva Kumar’s 32.88% stake, sources say.