The 2016 Budget, announced on October 23, will continue to focus on providing affordable housing to meet increasing housing needs.
Malaysia Budget 2016, themed "Prospering the Rakyat", has been tabled on October 23, 2015. What are the allocations and how does it benefit you? Here are the allocations for key sectors in an infographic!
Are the B40 households getting what the need from Budget 2016? What are the possible problems they may face even with the Budget perks? Read on to find out.
Budget 2016 has been announced by our Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. Here are the key announcements made in the Malaysia Budget 2016.
With Budget 2016 ready to be tabled on October 23, let us look back at how the promises made in Budget 2015 have fared so far!
Good or bad, the upcoming Budget 2016 announcement will have a significant impact on your daily life. We speak to politicians and MPs on what is to come.
As Malaysia draws closer to the tabling of Budget 2016, how far a Ringgit goes and whether Malaysia is on the brink of recession are among the major concerns for the rakyat, according to our Budget 2016 Sentiment Survey.
Mah Sing wants the Government to restore the Developer Interest Bearing Scheme (DIBS) in Budget 2016 for first time home buyers.
As Budget 2016 draws closer, Malaysians reveal issues they think the upcoming Budget should be making a priority. The answers might surprise you.
Budget 2016 will ensure that the bottom 40% household income group continues to have opportunities for and access to higher education and skills training.