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PETALING JAYA: Controlling the spread of Covid-19 among documented foreign workers has been well managed but the government must do more with the illegals, say bosses.
PETALING JAYA: Health groups have made clear that the new minister must deal with urgent issues such as rising healthcare costs and the Covid-19 outbreak.
Our columnist looks into his crystal ball and offers some thoughts as to how the state of healthcare in Malaysia will turn out this coming year.
The Malaysian economy has withstood headwinds to grow by 4.6% in the first nine months of 2019 despite facing many disruptors and uncertainties, particularly a prolonged trade conflicts between the United States and China which had inflicted damage on global economy and trade since 2018.
The healthcare sector continues to be a favoured one by analysts and investors alike, driven by a push for medical tourism, increasing affluence and broader insurance coverage, as well as a growing and ageing population.
PETALING JAYA: Corporate Malaysia, which is taking measures to put the country on a stronger growth path, is struggling with one of the most pressing issues - the rising cost of living.