INTERVIEW | Economist Jomo KS argues why Malaysians are worse off today.
YOURSAY | ‘There is nothing that prevents us from being better than we are now.’
Department of Statistics records median household income at RM5,228 as of 2016.
Reports on M'sia's economic well-being trumpeted by BN do not reflect reality.
UPDATED 2.14PM | The red shirts leader turned fishmonger claims wholesalers have 'political motives'.
Rating agencies and major banks have faith in us, and so should the international community, Najib says.
Local infrastructure, universities, hospitals and police need funding too, critics tell PM.
COMMENT | We could well be in King's Landing, with the Iron Bank chasing us for payment.
MP SPEAKS | Gale's new book fails to critically analyse the long-term impact of Najib's economic policies.
Saifuddin Nasution says the gov'ts wastage and abuse leaves M'sia unfit to ride out a slowdown.
Data shows growth accelerated from 5.6 percent in the first three months of the year.
COMMENT | As we approach Merdeka Day, one thing is too obvious not to be noticed.
BNM governor forecasts a growth of more than 4.8 percent.
A closer examination of facts quoted by Najib at Invest Malaysia reveals worrying details.
Nation must also attain gross domestic income of US$15,000 per capita, says PNB.
The GST helps to make up for oil revenue losses, says the PM.
Another economist says it is 'impossible' to create the jobs in five years as M'sia is highly dependent on the global economy.
The state should concentrate on bringing benefits to the local population.
Country's economy resilient despite global economic challenges, and is supported by foreign investor confidence, says economist.
They say the stronger foreign fund inflows had essentially boosted liquidity in the financial system.
We are able to achieve over five percent growth for 2Q17 given the strong trade for May 2017, says Wee Ka Siong.
Here are key lessons we have learnt.
COMMENT | We must stop viewing economic inequality as a racial issue, and use the lens of justice instead.
In Najib's Aidilfitri message, key priorities include geopolitics, the rakyat's interests, and TN50.
Festivities are now clouded with financial uncertainties.
Gov't data shows increase in consumer prices due to higher transport and food costs.
Lower cost and depreciating ringgit leads to many oil and gas firms moving from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur.
The banks have received approval from Bank Negara to commence what could be Malaysia's biggest banking deal.
Bank Negara governor says the (ringgit) level will be reflected by the economy’s strength.
Najib says the NTP has been instrumental in moving nation out of the middle-income trap.