Hackers stole RM1 billion from Malaysia in 2014 and many are expecting losses to rise especially among the country’s small and medium enterprises.
The Prime Minister encourages Malaysians to join the digital revolution as he forecasts 2017 to be the year of Internet economy.
The International Monetary Fund is positive that Malaysia will see better economic prospect, predicting a 4.6% growth for 2017.
Malaysia slid seven places in the Global Competitiveness Report (GCR) 2016-2017 to 25th out of 138 economies, down from 18th last year.
According to the Allianz Global Wealth Report, the ratio of loans to private households grew at a faster pace than the national gross domestic product (GDP) in 2015.
Various restaurant owners associations urge the Government to lift the freeze on intake of foreign workers.
Findings from a report by Khazanah Research Institute found Malaysians to have high debts and not saving enough for retirement.
Malaysia may not be on track to becoming a high-income nation by 2020, as the target fails to take into the account the realities at play in different parts of the country.
Five Malaysian firms have been included in Forbes Asia’s ‘Best Under A Billion’ list.
The Malaysian ringgit is headed for its biggest weekly drop in 10 months due to lower crude oil prices and the controversial reports involving 1MDB.