A good leader should walk the talk, or their words hold no power.
LETTER | PwC predicts our economy will be overtaken by Vietnam and Bangladesh by 2050.
Minister points to international community heaping praise on Malaysia's economic policies.
According to central bank, GDP is higher than 4.2 and five percent registered in past two years.
LETTER | GDP may technically be growing, but does this mean anything to the ordinary person?
According to Mustapa, exports grew significantly in last year, totalling RM935 billion.
Najib points to M'sians holidaying overseas as proof of the country's economic health.
King also happy with help from NGOs and private sector to help gov't realise development plans.
ADUN SPEAKS | 'With a workforce that matches market demand, technology, and innovation, M'sia will be a worthy competitor'.
The minister cites BN's successful economic track record and opposition's 'disastrous' policies.
Rising ringgit may be checked by export prices, pre-GE14 jitters and US events, says Shankaran Nambiar.
UPDATED 12.30PM | Gov't trusts ringgit level will reflect strength of M'sian economy in the longer term, says PM.
Leading index grows by one percent due to expected sales in housing and manufacturing sectors.
'Investor confidence tends to rebound after the general elections,' says UOB's Lim Suet Ling
Second finance minister also attributes ringgit's performance to global oil price recovery.
YOURSAY | 'Just walk into any wet market and ask: are we better off now?'
MP SPEAKS | Something is amiss with the minister’s use of erroneous stats.
Such claims are made merely to ‘erode people's confidence' in the government, Najib says.
The ringgit opens higher against the underperforming US dollar this morning.
The finance minister II says the development is in line with M'sia's 'rapid development'.
The list of casualties includes BAT, Samsung, Seagate and Fairchild Semiconductors.
Minister says GDP growth outpacing debt growth means more disposable income to pay off loans.
The retail sector suffering the biggest blow on weak revenue and worsening cash flow.
COMMENT | Can Najib's 'pivot to China' be used to sway votes in the next general election?
The veteran artiste was once banned from all gov't radio and TV channels when Mahathir was PM.
The actor expresses support for Sheila Majid and freedom of expression on Facebook.
You do not need to earn the right to speak up on things you care about.
Nik Nazmi says Merdeka Centre's latest survey contradicts rosy economic picture painted by the gov't.
Most voters are experiencing economic distress, although there are signs of improvements.
Bank Negara says the growth is driven by domestic demand, particularly private sector spending.