Other ministers and MACC can be tasked with exposing corruption by the previous gov't, Anwar Ibrahim says in an interview.
COMMENT | It is not enough that Malaysia tries to overcome its national debt.
May data shows China's economy is losing momentum.
Lee Kim Yew believes this will be the economic boost the country needs to overcome its debt.
The market upon opening starts to feel the impact of United States-China trade talks over the weekend.
COMMENT | The gov't will be rationalising federal gov't expenditure and obtaining extra revenue through various means.
Harapan is trying to avoid responsibility for poor economic showing in future, says its info chief.
This is supported by strong demand in most heavyweights, particularly finance-related stocks.
COMMENT | The markets will settle because M’sia is no longer cooking the books.
The economic implications of will take time to be revealed, says economist Katrina Ell.
FBM KLCI was 56.56 points lower at 1,719.28 from Monday's close of 1,775.84.
COMMENT | The responsibility to protect constitutional democracy is of the utmost importance.
The ex-PM questions Lim Guan Eng's reassurance that M'sian economic fundamentals remain strong.
Moody’s threatens sovereign debt downgrade on fears new Italian gov't will embark on spending spree.
YOURSAY | ‘The former finance minister seems to be unaware of how markets work.’
The IMD World Competitiveness Centre says M’sia is the only economy in SEA to register improvement.
But he did not offer any evidence or say which data he was referring to.
GE14 | It claims several respected Malaysians are onboard to improve the country's fiscal situation.
Credit ratings firm believes that large infrastructure projects will stimulate public and private investment.
GE14 | Likelihood of BN staying in power will mean no disruption in M’sia-China relations.
Caretaker PM believes signs point to M’sia being one of the most successful countries someday.
UPDATED 2.53PM | GE14 | He says Pakatan Harapan’s election manifesto was unrealistic and could jeapordise the economy.
China also predicted to be largest, followed by India, and Indonesia in fourth place.
The prime minister responds to Dr M's criticism of 'unbeneficial' FDI ventures.
Central bank's projection based on improving global fundamentals and higher crude oil prices.
UPDATED 6.30PM | Chinese traders hope that relationship will remain, regardless of who's in charge.
COMMENT | It is wrong and senseless to view the economy as an indiscrete or monolithic whole
Former PM also warns of mounting national debt by the Najib-administration.
Aussie PM Malcolm Turnbull and S'pore counterpart Lee Hsien Loong praise free trade at Asean meeting in Sydney.
A QUESTION OF BUSINESS | One major stupid move was to import cheap labour from overseas.
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