By Rosemarie Khoo Mohd Sani
KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 7 (Bernama) -- Catch up with the latest technology gadgets to suit the current lifestyle or risked being left behind, moaning over the missed opportunity.
By Rosemarie Khoo Mohd Sani
By S. Durga Varma KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 21 (Bernama) -- Chemical Company of Malaysia Bhd (CCMB) is investing almost RM90 million to boost capacity following the demerger of its listed pharmaceutical entity to fuel the growth of its chemicals and polymers businesses, both of which enjoy pent-up demand.
Oleh HARIZAH HANIM MOHAMED & NIAM SEET WEI
KUALA LUMPUR, 1 Jan (Bernama) -- Harga gas asli cecair (LNG) di pasaran tempatan dijangka menjadi lebih kompetitif menjelang 2019 dengan jangkaan penyertaan lebih ramai pemain industri susulan pengenalan mekanisme Akses Pihak Ketiga (TPA) tahun lepas, kata Persatuan Gas Malaysia (MGA).
By AZIZUL AHMAD
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 30 (Bernama) -- Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Sdn Bhd (Perodua) is upbeat over recording another good year in 2018, driven by its three Energy Efficient Vehicle (EEV) models that are set to dominate the market.
By Zairina Zainudin
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 30 (Bernama) – The year 2017 was indeed a recovery year for the ringgit, marking a turnaround in a colourful journey supported by positive domestic developments with Bank Negara Malaysia’s (BNM) prudent measures keeping the local currency in check.
By Niam Seet Wei
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 30 (Bernama) -- Bursa Malaysia concludes 2017 on a relatively good note with positive aspects such as the stabilisation of crude oil prices, firmer ringgit, positive economic data and higher foreign fund inflow, lending support to the key index.
By Azlee Nor Mahmud
KUALA LUMPUR, (Bernama) -- After a rather encouraging 2017, the power and utilities sector is expected to see a brighter future in 2018 on the back of improved macroeconomic environment.
The current year has its fair share of worries over rising costs of electricity generation due to the higher coal prices and weakening ringgit as well as slow demand.
Moving forward, in the medium term, the growth in public transport infrastructure will, among others, contribute to better demand for power and utilities.
By Noor Soraya Mohd Jamal
KUALA LUMPUR, (Bernama) -- It has been a rather peculiar year in 2017 for the global economy and predominantly the international pacts, where once advocators for free and open trade have turned protectionists, fanning anti-globalisation sentiment and an inward-looking mindset.
Amid this backdrop that has been sweeping through the advanced economies of Europe and United States, developing nations such as China, India and ASEAN nations have instead been forward looking towards embracing multilateralism and committing to free trade and globalisation.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak had during the recent Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in Vietnam, voiced concern over the rise of anti-globalisation within the grouping which ran contrary to its original aspiration.