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TODAY marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, when Communist East Germany decided to allow its people to move freely to West Berlin.
Ever since the Pakatan Harapan government came to power, one of the things we learned was the total amount of government debt that Malaysia now have, which comprise not only the official government debt, but also two other components – committed government guarantees and lease payment for Private-Public Partnership (PPP) projects as well as debts related to 1MDB.
PETALING JAYA: The prospects for companies involved in the construction industry appear to be unexciting as the country steps into 2020.
PETALING JAYA: Glove makers rallied as investors chased the stocks on expectations of a surge in demand following a new virus outbreak in Wuhan, China which is a strain of coronavirus.
HONG KONG: The outbreak of the deadly coronavirus threatens to derail a fragile stabilisation in the world economy, which had appeared poised to benefit from the phase one US-China trade deal, and signs of a tech turnaround.
In this day and age of viral connectivity, what the world needs is greater cooperation to deal with mutual threats
HONG KONG: Chinese stocks plummeted by the most since an equity bubble burst in 2015 as they resumed trading to the worsening virus outbreak.
WELLINGTON: New Zealand is bracing for the coronavirus to hit its tourism industry and dent economic growth.WELLINGTON: New Zealand is bracing for the coronavirus to hit its tourism industry and dent economic growth.
FOLLOWING two weeks of selloff of equities sparked by the coronavirus outbreak, the breach in support levels finally snapped – the fragile FBM KLCI tumbled to briefly hit its eight-year low of 1,521 on Feb 3 – a level last seen on Jan 31,2012.
SHANGHAI: China's market regulator announced on Saturday policies to encourage companies to resume work amid a coronavirus outbreak, saying it would accelerate the approval process for production licences.SHANGHAI: China's market regulator announced on Saturday policies to encourage companies to resume work amid a coronavirus outbreak, saying it would accelerate the approval process for production licences.