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Japan’s government resigns in its entirety

The entire Japanese government has resigned, Suptnik reported quoting a Kyodo news agency report. A special meeting of the cabinet started at 11.30am local time...

Malaysia’s end-July palm oil stocks 7.7% higher at 1.77 million tonnes

Malaysia's end-July palm oil stocks rose 7.71% from the previous month to 1.77 million tonnes, data from industry regulator Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB)...

Three Penang Firms Among Seven Local Businesses Makes 2022 Forbes Asia’s Best List

Seven Malaysian-based companies made this year's Forbes Asian Best Under A Billion list, which tracks top performing enterprises with annual sales between US$10 million...

Asian shares track Wall Street losses ahead of U.S. inflation data

Asian shares fell and the dollar steadied on Wednesday as investors waited for a key U.S. report on inflation to provide hints to the...

PTP could not contain joy after being declared 1st container terminal to hit 1m TEUs in a month

Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP), a joint venture between Malaysian-based MMC Group and the Netherlands-based APM Terminals, hit a historic milestone by becoming the...

Relevantising Indo-Pacific In Competing Geo-Political Interests

The concept of Indo-Pacific, to a large extent, is due to the Indian Ocean Tsunami on December 26, 2004. The size and scale of...

New Energy Policy anticipates to surge investments

The National Energy Policy (NEP) 2021-2040 aims to improve economic resilience and ensure energy recovery while achieving equality and universal access as well as...

Strongest Malaysian Brands 2022: Maybank in a clear lead, Genting up two notches

The Genting brand (brand value 44% up to US$4.5 billion) has achieved strong growth following the removal of pandemic-related constraints. The brand is placing greater...

Affin Bank, Top Glove, Genting – fastest growing brands in Malaysia

The brand’s Brand Strength Index (BSI) also jumped 7.8 points this year, owing to an improvement in consumer perceptions such as ‘value for money’...

Malaysian brands return to growth after COVID, Petronas remains on top

Petronas has retained its position as Malaysia's most valuable brand for the 2th consecutive year, with its brand value rising strongly by 13% to US$13.6 billion, according...

Revenue Up 25% to RM550.3 million – KLCCP Stapled Group Sees Strong Recovery Momentum

KLCCP Stapled Group recorded an impressive revenue growth of 25% from RM280.2 to RM550.3 million, compared to second quarter last year. Profit Before Tax (PBT)...

Malaysia card payments market to grow by 15.2pc: GlobaData

Malaysia’s card payments market is set to register sustained growth of 15.2 per cent in 2022, supported by the gradual rise in consumer spending,...

Would Feathers Be Ruffled Over Chicken Export Competition Between Malaysia And Indonesia?

Malaysia halted chicken exports to Singapore from Jun 1 due to domestic price hikes and limited supply. The government implemented its export ban, which affected...

Maxis Business aids SME digitalisation via UsahaWIRA roadshow

Maxis Business has rolled out its inaugural nationwide UsahaWIRA roadshow with networking sessions to connect businesses and entrepreneurs. In a statement, Maxis said the initiative,...

Japanese businesses remain optimistic on investing in Malaysia

Malaysia and Japan have shared a mutually beneficial bilateral trade relationship for close to five decades. Japanese companies have long found Malaysia to be a...

CU Opened Its 100th Store in Mid Valley

Korea’s number one and largest convenience store, CU is stamping its position in Malaysia with the opening of its 100th store and flagship outlet...

The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for CPTPP and Impact to Local Economy from PERANTIM Perspectives

PERSATUAN PENGILANG-PENGILANG PERANTI PERUBATAN MALAYSIA (PERANTIM), as the only association representing locally owned Malaysian companies in medical manufacturing, is in tandem with the Ministry...

EPU: Unemployment Rate For June Down To 3.8%, Lowest Since The Pandemic Hit

The unemployment rate in June, 2022 dropped to 3.8 percent – the lowest since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the country with the number of...

Oil Rallies in Choppy Trading Amid Iran Uncertainty, Thin Volume

Oil climbed the most in over a week during a volatile summer session as investors continue to weigh US-Iran nuclear deal talks and the...

Malaysia’s Palm Oil Remains Intact Despite Softening CPO Prices

Export of Malaysian palm oil and palm oil-based products rose by 55.2% to RM67.48 billion between January and June this year from RM43.47 billion...

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