In my message to Johor civil servants last year, I called for them to support the Progressive Johor (Johor Berkemajuan) vision.
Frequent users of the KTM Komuter between Butterworth and Padang Besar will probably have noticed an elderly woman from Sungai Petani who travels with bags full of goods.
When the world’s largest and most successful sovereign wealth fund (SWF), Norway’s Government Pension Fund Global (GPFG), decides to change its asset allocation strategy and pursue a more socially-inclusive agenda incorporating sustainable goals for its investments, the environment and governance, a
To further boost development in Sabah and Sarawak, the government has embarked on the Pan-Borneo Highway project, which will link Kuching and Kota Kinabalu, and provide better access to the interior.
In the early 1990s, Bank Nega-ra secretly ventured into speculative foreign currency tra-ding, leaving a huge hole in the central bank’s finances and creating a black mark on the nation’s banking history.
Khirunnizam Mohd Lani is a 38-year-old political science graduate living in Kuala Lumpur.
De facto opposition leader Lim Kit Siang had been the most vocal MP in Parliament in the mid-1990s on the Bank Negara losses.
Malaysia is in the spotlight again. The whole world is talking about the assassination of Kim Jong-nam, outcast half-brother of North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong-un.
There may not be another person like the late Muhammad Ali, world heavyweight boxing champion. To his fans around the world, Ali is the people’s champion.
Infrastructural development is an integral and crucial element in a nation’s economy. And, its level of development is a measure of a country’s economic stature, whether it is underdeveloped, developing or developed.
When I was 22 and fresh out of university, the only thing I had been looking forward to was to start my life as a legitimate adult. You see, I fancied myself a nearly-there adult prior to graduating because there were a lot of things I had been able to get away with.
IF the mere act of flying on airliners had caused the death of hundreds in air tragedies, then why don’t we all stop travelling by air?
LET’s say you are a Trump voter, the kind we often hear about — an honest, hardworking American who would put up with Donald Trump’s unusual behaviour because you wanted a president who would stop playing Washington’s political games, bring a businessman’s obsession with action and results, and fo
Multilateralism seems down and out. So is trade liberalisation. Any suggestion that the United Nations or World Trade Organisation (WTO) may bring about meaningful progress increasingly falls onto disbelieving ears.
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