|Malaysia's encouraging Q1 GDP growth will boost investor confidence [17-05-2019]|
|The encouraging performance of Malaysia’s GDP in the first quarter of 2019 (Q119) provides positive impetus for the country’s future growth, as well as strengthening investors confidence in Malaysia’s economy, says Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng.
Describing the Q1 performance as “impressive >>>>>[Read More]|
|Malaysia's 1Q GDP growth seen cooling on weak demand, exports [14-05-2019]|
|Malaysia's economic growth pace likely slowed in the first quarter, due to tepid consumption and softer global demand as a result of the US-China trade war, a Reuters poll showed.
The poll of 13 economists predicted the economy will grow at a median rate of 4.3% in January-March, slower than the 4.7% pace >>>>>[Read More]|
|KL is one of cheapest cities to build globally [10-05-2019]|
|• Kuala Lumpur ranks 97th out of 100 global cities, partly due to declining local currency Ringgit against US dollar • Malaysia’s construction industry still experiences growth despite cost reviews on large scale projects Kuala Lumpur is the 4th cheapest city to build in, according to the I>>>>>[Read More]|
|World Bank maintains Malaysia's 2019 GDP growth at 4.7% [24-04-2019]|
|In its April 2019 update, the World Bank is maintaining its forecast for Malaysia's 2019 gross domestic product (GDP) growth at 4.7%, with private consumption continuing to be the main driver of growth, albeit expanding at a more measured pace.
"Household spending will be buoyed by stable labour market conditions >>>>>[Read More]|
|Retail industry to grow at faster pace of 4.5% [17-04-2019]|
|The Malaysian retail industry is expected to grow by 4.5% this year compared with 3.9% last year, due to the better business sentiment with China. Malaysia Retail Chain Association (MRCA) president, Datuk Seri Garry Chua said the good relations between Malaysia and China after the revival of the East Coast Ra>>>>>[Read More]|
|MIER sees economy growing 4.5% this year [16-04-2019]|
|The Malaysian Institute of Economic Research (MIER) has forecast Malaysia's 2019 gross domestic product (GDP) to post a moderate growth of 4.5 per cent compared with 4.7 per cent last year. Executive director Emeritus Professor Dr Zakariah Abdul Rashid said this is due to the slowdown in the global, as well as>>>>>[Read More]|
|Malaysia's economy to grow between 4.7% and 4.8% [28-03-2019]|
|Malaysia's economy is projected to grow between 4.7 and 4.8 per cent this year, if the conditions improve during the second half of the year, said Deputy International Trade and Industry Minister Dr Ong Kian Ming.He said the manufacturing sector would continue to drive the country's exports and economic growt>>>>>[Read More]|
|Bank Negara: Economy to grow by 4.3% to 4.8% in 2019 [28-03-2019]|
|The Malaysian economy is expected to sustain its growth momentum and expand by between 4.3% and 4.8% in 2019 compared with 4.7% last year anchored by private sector activity, supported by stable income and employment growth, as well as sustained capacity expansion by businesses. According to Bank Negara'>>>>>[Read More]|
|GDP growth moderate in 2019, forecast at 4.4% [22-03-2019]|
|Malaysia’s domestic demand is expected to cushion against challenges of moderate export growth amid increased trade protectionism and slower Chinese import demand, according to ICAEW’s latest Economic Insight: South-East Asia report. Malaysia’s gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to grow>>>>>[Read More]|
|Malaysia's economy likely to grow at 4.9 pct this year : MIDF Research [20-03-2019]|
|Malaysia’s economic growth forecast remains at 4.9 per cent year-on-year (YoY) for 2019 given the upbeat performance of domestic and external trade sectors, according to MIDF Research.
In its research report on Malaysia Equity titled: 2Q 2019 Outlook, the research house said domestic economy continues to be>>>>>[Read More]|