Economy

Lower earnings in 2H18 for Malaysian banks

By NG MIN SHEN / Pic By TMR
Malaysian banks are expected to see lower earnings in the second half of 2018 (2H18) in tandem with the projected slower ...

Opcom aims to be part of the National Connectivity Plan

by KEVIN WONG / pic by MUHD AMIN NAHARUL
OPCOM Holdings Bhd plans to position itself within Tenaga Nasional Bhd’s (TNB) new venture into ...

UK wages climb more than forecast in tight labour market

LONDON • UK wage growth accelerated over the summer amid the lowest jobless rate in more than four decades.
Earnings excluding bonuses rose an annual ...

SIBS 2018 to help bridge links with Asean economies

By SHAHEERA AZNAM SHAH / Pic By BERNAMA
The Selangor International Business Summit (SIBS) 2018 will help raise trade and investment links with Asean ...

Prices of 5 car makes drop after SST

by BERNAMA / TMR file pix
Several makes of cars including imported ones recorded a price reduction of up to RM3,000 after the implementation of the ...
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No SST impact expected for theme parks

by NUR HAZIQAH A MALEK / TMR file pix
The themed attractions and parks operators are expecting clear skies ahead as the Sales and Services Tax (SST) ...

Kampung Baru redevelopment still up in the air after plan worked out 3 years ago

The only way for Kampung Baru to continue its transformation is via the activation of the Land Acquisition Act 1960, says consultant
By AFIQ AZIZ / ...

Govt expects changes in housing prices after SST exemption

by BERNAMA / TMR FILE PIX
GEORGE TOWN – The Federal Government expects a more positive response from housing industry players following ...

Export growth level up 9.4% on E&E, rubber

By NUR HAZIQAH A MALEK / Pic By BLOOMBERG
The country’s export growth saw an increase of 9.4% year-on-year (YoY) in July 2018 compared to the previous ...

MACC: PM, ministers and MPs’ assets to be made public soon

By SHAHEERA AZNAM SHAH / Pic By TMR File
A SPECIAL task force is currently compiling a report on the assets and possessions of all MPs, including the ...

Malaysian island city in trouble as PM targets China-linked projects

By AFP
An AMBITIOUS US$100 billion (RM415 billion) island city being built off Malaysia has found itself in troubled waters as the new government takes ...

Ringgit’s decline due to external anomalies, say economist

By BERNAMA / Graphic By TMR
The decline of the ringgit to RM4.1460 at yesterday’s closing was primarily caused by external anomalies rather than ...