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‘No corporate tax cut for now’

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s corporate tax cannot be lowered yet due to the high level of public debt, says Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng.

Blame 'Jho Low and gang' if corporate tax remains high, quips Guan Eng

KUALA LUMPUR: The corporate tax rate cannot be reduced while the level of national debt remains high, says Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng.

Where did the money go?

From S.Y. LEE of Johor Baru.

Bank Negara expected to hold interest rate as it keeps an eye on growth

PETALING JAYA: Bank Negara is likely to maintain the overnight policy rate (OPR) steady at the current 3.25% level despite threats of a trade war and government spending cuts that threaten to ease economic growth, said economists.

Signs of financial crisis

MANY are thinking that a crisis could be looming, and from the onset, it would certainly look that way.

Changing market dynamics threatening investment opportunities

MALAYSIA had its moment for the history books on May 9, 2018 when we saw the unprecedented black swan event after the coalition that makes up Pakatan Harapan swept to power.

Market to recover with clarity

PETALING JAYA: After days of losses amid foreign outflows in the past month or so, recovery could be in sight for the local bourse.

Residents give their input at workshop

NOTING the need for infrastructure development and upgrades for Kampung Chempaka, village head Theresa Lim came prepared with a wishlist at the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) 2019 Budget workshop.

Property counter valuations near rock bottom, says Kenanga

KUALA LUMPUR: Valuations of counters on the KL Property Index are near rock bottom with many developers trading well below their book values, said Kenanga Research.

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