The inflation for January 2016 rose 3.5% compared to the same month last year, the Statistics Department said.
Malaysia’s economy finished the year solidly and GDP growth was recorded at 5% in 2015.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) was finally inked by Malaysia and 11 other countries on February 4, 2016.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has now been finalised after five years of negotiation. So what does it mean to Malaysia?
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak will announce the recalibrated 2016 budget to reflect the current economic climate. What does this mean for us?
As children across Malaysia scurry back to school, parents struggle to keep up with rising costs that the new school year presents.
Consumers can expect the cost of living to continue to rise but it’s not all a bed of roses for the business owners. Here are three industries that will likely struggle this year.
Economists are expecting a slowdown in the Malaysian economy, with many foreseeing the rising cost of living to become a serious concern among salaried workers.
A high-level panel consists of several ministers will be set up to examine the rise in living costs in January.
From GST to a myriad of other price hikes, iMoney looks back at the year that was.