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Keep the momentum going

We have had a good start for the national economy for 2017, and the government must do everything to keep this momentum going.


Weaknesses in the national economy

Structural problems of Malaysia's economy are no strangers to us: over-dependence on foreign workforce, lack of new growth engine, innovation and competitiveness.


Q1 GDP up 5.6%

The growth is the best since the first quarter of 2015.


Japan's economy posts longest expansion in a decade

Japan has posted its longest economic expansion in over a decade, government data showed Thursday, marking a win for Tokyo's growth bid even though its battle to conquer deflation is still far from won.


April CPI up 4.4%

Malaysia''s consumer price index (CPI) rose 4.4 per cent on a year-on-year (y-o-y) basis in April 2017, from 2.1 per cent registered in the same month last year.


Overwhelmed by problems due to ill planning

We can imagine that without proper government planning, the lives of Malaysians will only get tougher in the future.


China's economy grows 6.9% in first quarter

China's economy grew 6.9 percent in the first quarter of 2017, government data showed Monday, beating expectations in the latest sign of stabilisation for the world's second-largest economy.


Malaysia to post 4.3% GDP growth this year: WB

The World Bank expects Malaysia's to record a modest gross domestic product (GDP) growth of 4.3 per cent this year from 4.2 per cent in 2016, driven by private consumption.


6-7% loan growth in 2017: Moody's

Moody's Investors Service expects Malaysian banks to record loan growth of between six and seven per cent this year compared to 5.3 per cent last year.


Better outlook for economy in H2: ACCCIM

ACCCIM social-economic research center executive director Lee Heng Guie predicts the H2 GDP growth would be better than the 4.4% growth projected for H1.


 

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