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More pro-women than anti-Trump

As the Women’s March crowd converged on the White House, and in sister marches across the United States, it was impossible to separate the two.


Japan’s fiscal targets slip on falling tax revenue

TOKYO: Japan’s government said the primary deficit will worsen in coming years, even according to its most optimistic forecasts, because of falling tax revenue and weak consumer spending.


Plan in store to get tougher on excessive pay in UK

Blackrock, Legal & General among firms to speak out


Navigating turbulent waters

From NAZERI KHALID, Honorary Secretary of Association of Marine Industries of Malaysia


MCCC: China’s investment not just about dollars and cents

PETALING JAYA: China’s investment is not just about “dollars and cents” as it would also be a catalyst for the nation’s human capital development and business expansion.


A slow death for TPPA

No more wait and see if pact can be revived, Malaysia must work quickly to push for RCEP conclusion and other potential bilateral FTAs or risk being left behind.


Over 5,000 traders facing GST probe

PETALING JAYA: The Customs Department has a policy of friendliness, but that does not mean it will close an eye on errant traders.


Investments should be welcomed

Under Dr Mahathir’s incitement, it is very likely that Umno will find it hard to confront the ‘Chinese invasion’ issue.


Asia rises after Dow tops 20,000 for first time

TOKYO: Asian stocks gained early on Thursday, cheered by the Dow Jones Industrial Average breaching past the 20,000-level threshold for the first time though concerns about U.S. President Donald Trump's protectionist stance kept the dollar on the defensive.


Growing insurance consortium eyes industry-wide blockchain

A consortium set up to explore the use of blockchain technology in the insurance industry plans to announce several new members in the coming weeks.