|10 highest paying jobs in Malaysia this year [20-09-2017]|
|People working in the country’s engineering, IT and healthcare sectors earn the most amount of money, according to the latest findings by leading financial comparison website iMoney.
It also said those working in the hotel and restaurant industry, the education and training sector, as well as training and hu>>>>>[Read More]|
|August vehicle sales pick up on-month [20-09-2017]|
|Vehicle sales rose 6.5% to 51,720 units in August 2017 from July and the Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) expects the sales to be maintained in September. The trade body said on Wednesday sales volume rose by 3,167 units from July, boosted by promotional campaigns by car companies >>>>>[Read More]|
|Inflation rate up 3.7% in August, exceeds forecast [20-09-2017]|
|Malaysia's inflation rate rose at a faster pace of 3.7% in August 2017 from a year ago, exceeding a forecast of a 3.4% increase, mainly fuelled by higher petrol prices. The Statistics Department said on Wednesday the average price of one litre of RON95 petrol was RM2.12 in August versus >>>>>[Read More]|
|China's rubber appetite fails to boost prices amid oversupply [19-09-2017]|
|Of the major commodities where China is the world’s biggest buyer, which has seen the largest increase in imports so far this year? The answer is rubber, both natural and synthetic, with imports of both up 24.3% in the first eight months of the year to 4.45 million tonnes, compared to the same>>>>>[Read More]|
|Bankruptcy cases involve 294,000 Malaysians a year [15-09-2017]|
|Why Malaysian ports are losing out to Singapore [13-09-2017]|
|Five major global shipping firms ditched Port Klang for Singapore in April as a result of an-industry wide shakeup meant to sustain a struggling container liner business bogged by the global economic slowdown.
By shifting operations to the Port of Singapore, the companies now operating under the newly formed Ocean>>>>>[Read More]|
|The State of the Nation: What will the next Asian crisis look like? [12-09-2017]|
|THE ringgit may be about 12% weaker than the 3.80 at which it was first pegged to the US dollar 19 years ago on Sept 2, 1998, but experts say Malaysia’s economy and its institutions are fundamentally a lot stronger today than two decades ago when the Asian financial crisis struck. Growth prospects are also looking b>>>>>[Read More]|
|AmInvestment Research trims banking sector?s core earnings [12-09-2017]|
|AmInvestment Research has trimmed the banking sector’s calendarised core earnings growth for 2017 to 6.4% from 8.6% after the conclusion on 2Q17 results. In its research note on Tuesday, it lowered the sector's earnings growth for 2017 after imputing higher credit cost and cost-to->>>>>[Read More]|
|Tourism contributed RM73bil to country's income in 2016 [11-09-2017]|
The tourism sector contributed RM73.3bil to Malaysia's gross national income (GNI) last year, said Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz.
The Tourism and Culture Minister added that his ministry's efforts in propelling the Tourism National Key Economic Areas (NKEA) have delivered commendable results, wit>>>>>[Read More]|
|Malaysia?s trade to hit RM1.5 trillion [09-09-2017]|
Malaysia’s 2017 trade volume is set to surpass the RM1.5 trillion-mark, supported by its strong growth performance this year and steady global demand for electrical and electronics (E&E) products.
International Trade and Industry Minister II Datuk Seri Ong Ka Chuan said Malays>>>>>[Read More]|