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Despite Malaysia’s low inflation rate, many still struggle to get by. Why is this so? The World Bank’s latest Malaysia Economic Monitor report highlights areas that may contribute to our high cost of living.
THE revived Bandar Malaysia project, which was previously linked to the 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) scandal, is finally taking off.
Chairman Datuk Abdul Majid Ahmad Khan talks about the trade war, building the right ecosystem to attract more investments and pushing the shared prosperity agenda.
StarBizWeek recently met up with Mida chairman Datuk Abdul Majid Ahmad Khan, who was the former Malaysian ambassador to China.
JAKARTA: Indonesian President Joko Widodo has brushed off accusations by critics that he is looking to create a political dynasty after a decision by his son and son-in-law to run for mayoral posts in next year's regional elections.
KUALA LUMPUR: Although happy with the flexibility and money earned in the emerging gig economy, most food delivery riders wished they had the security along with the other benefits of regular jobs.
From KANASON POTHINIKER, Department of Standards (retired 1992), Shah Alam.
HANOI (ANN): The northern province of Vĩnh Phúc has become popular among domestic and foreign investors thanks to its breakthrough on socio-economic development, favourable location, young population and abundant labour force and a high proportion of trained workers.
DUBAI: Saudi Aramco shares surged after its initial public offering, valuing the oil producer at a record $1.88 trillion and lifting Saudi Arabia’s stock market into the ranks of the world’s largest.
DUBAI: Saudi Aramco will instantly vault Saudi Arabia’s stock market into the ranks of the world’s largest when the oil producer’s shares begin trading Wednesday after its initial public offering.