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Malaysia’s Local Businesses Remain Pessimistic On Business Condition In Third Quarter...

Malaysia's local businesses remain pessimistic for their business condition in the third quarter of the year (3Q21) amid Covid resurgence nationwide. The Department of Statistics...

AirAsia Enters Malaysia’s Ride-Hailing Scene

AirAsia has expanded into the ride-hailing market in Malaysia with the launch of AirAsia Ride, the group’s newest offering under its super app. Services are...

What’s Next For Malaysia’s Semiconductor Industry?

The growth of Malaysian semiconductor industry has been impressive. Just like its Asian neighbors, Malaysia successfully built itself up as an attractive location for...

Malaysia’s Political Crisis: PM Muhyiddin Yassin Finally Quits, Question Mark On...

Malaysia’s Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin resigned on Monday (Aug 16) after weeks of turmoil in his government, ending a 17-month stint in power in which...

Malaysia Lowers Growth Forecast on Worsening Virus Outbreak

Malaysia lowered its 2021 economic growth forecast for a second time, as renewed movement restrictions and rising infections hamper the recovery. Gross domestic product is expected to expand...

Philippines To Hold Rates While Malaysia Set To Replace Base Rate...

As Philippines struggles with elevated Covid cases, the Philippine central bank is expected to keep its benchmark interest rate at a record low on...

Record $4.9 Billion Raised In South-East Asia IPOs In First Half...

Companies in South-east Asia raised a record US$4.9 billion through initial public offerings (IPOs) in the first six months of this year, according to...

South Korea Aims To Update Free Trade Agreement With ASEAN

South Korea's trade ministry said on Tuesday (Jul 27) it has launched talks with ASEAN to update their free trade agreement (FTA) and further...

Malaysia’s Lockdown Dooms 150,000 SMEs, Fuelling Fears of Exodus by Multinationals

Half of Malaysia’s 900,000 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which employ about 50 per cent of the country’s 15.9 million workers, could fold if the...

Malaysia’s Highland Farmers Fight For Survival In Covid-19 Pandemic

Vast tea plantations spread out over Malaysia's rugged highlands, where a network of greenhouses harvests fruit, vegetables and flowers and crops nestle in the...

Goldman Sachs Says Covid Delta Variant Could ‘Significantly’ Hit Growth In...

Covid-19 infections are surging in several major Southeast Asian economies, and that has led Goldman Sachs to cut its 2021 growth forecasts for most...

Malaysia Considers Relaxing Movement Restrictions For The Fully Vaccinated

The Malaysian government is looking into relaxing restrictions for those who are fully vaccinated, including allowing people to travel or dine at restaurants, says Prime Minister...

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