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Financing politics and the 14th General Election

Comment by EDMUND TERENCE GOMEZ
IN the run-up to the 14th General Election, this column will focus on issues dealing with the conduct of politics, the mode of public governance and the links between Government and business.

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Financing politics and the 14th General Election

The first – and probably the most contentious – issue necessitating urgent debate, if Malaysia is to have fair elections, is the role of money in politics and elections.

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Will Budget 2014 excite?

ADMINISTRATIVE executive Annie L, 35, unabashedly says she hopes there will be more cash handouts or other forms of benefits to help low-income earners like her under the upcoming Budget 2014.

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Fiscal reforms for sustainable growth

THE call for Malaysia to expedite structural reforms to rebalance its economy and strengthen its public finances has grown increasingly louder in recent weeks following Fitch Ratings’ downgrade of the country’s credit outlook from “stable” to “negative”.

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Malaysia's ringgit selloff appears exaggerated

SINGAPORE/KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters): Malaysia's normally tranquil currency and bond markets have been whipsawed by an exodus of foreign capital as investors reassess emerging markets most at risk from a withdrawal of U.S. easy money policy, heightening the possibility of a vicious sell-off that could hurt the economy.

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Malaysian equities have best week in recent years, up 77.6pts

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's stock market recorded the best week in recent years, as the relief rally after the 13th General Elections pushed the FBM KLCI to an historic high of 1,826.22 on Monday.

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GE13: CIMB Research ups Malaysia to Overweight, end-2013 KLCI target 1,850

KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Equities Research has upgraded Malaysia from Neutral to Overweight and raised its end-2013 FBM KLCI target from 1,640 to 1,850, based on 15.6 times price-to-earnings versus 13.5 times previously.

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Morgan Stanley: M'sia economy doing well due to domestic demand, despite falling exports

PETALING JAYA: The country’s economy is doing well despite the falling exports because policies boosting domestic demand have been propping the economy, according to Morgan Stanley Research.

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Ten things Najib should do for Malaysia

Malaysia's sixth prime minister, son of the second, has a golden opportunity to stamp his mark on the country for the better

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Mixed views on property outlook

While share prices of property stocks have been severely sold down from their peaks, analysts are still divided over the prospects of the sector.