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.
YOURSAY | ‘What kind of economic tool is this to measure the health of a nation?’
LETTER | Our overseas spending cannot be used as a suitable yardstick to gauge the economy.
UPDATED 2.50PM | PARLIAMENT | Johari Abdul Ghani says that M'sians spent RM46b overseas in 2016.
MP SPEAKS | Meanwhile, those in the Bottom 40 (B40) cannot afford to purchase cars.
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