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RHB Research raises Malaysia’s export growth forecast to 6%

KUALA LUMPUR: RHB Research Institute has revised upward Malaysia’s export growth forecast to 6% this year from an earlier expectation of 2%.


China, a world leader soon?

Thanks to the new US president’s erratic behaviour and policy changes, the eastern giant may stand tallest earlier than predicted.


Will 2017 be a better year?

THERE is every reason to believe that the Malaysian economy will still be under pressure this year despite the acceleration in growth in the last quarter of 2016 and the expected improvement from the second half of this year.


Asia will regret the retreat of global yuan

HONG KONG: China has set aside the project to internationalise its currency, and Asia might come to regret it. The region could use more hedges against dollar-denominated shocks in the Trump era.


CIMB bullish on local stock market, sees FBM KLCI hitting 1,820

PETALING JAYA: There is a strong case for a more bullish Malaysian stock market this year but this comes with caveats.


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Top foreign and local stories at 4pm


Why Trump can’t bully China

CAMBRIDGE: As US President Donald Trump proceeds to destabilise the post-war global economic order, much of the world is collectively holding its breath.

Behind The Headlines

Decoding Trump-ism

Western media coverage of Trump’s minor policies, including trivia, only obscures the more important US policies of greater global significance that remain under-reported and poorly understood.


China said to assess impact of possible punitive US tariffs

BEIJING: China is asking companies this month to estimate the highest duties they can bear, according to people familiar with the matter, as the nation prepares for possible punitive U.S. tariffs.


Hail our white brethren in the West

AGAINST the rapid-fire of Donald Trump’s presidential orders, there is no more heart-warming sight than the demonstration of support for those at whom the orders were directed.