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INSTEAD of having to balance future budgets by cutting back on spending, labour chief Lim Swee Say recommends growing the economy and revenue.

THE government needs to find a permanent solution to rising business costs, instead of allocating large amounts of funds from each year's budget to cushion companies against growing expenditures...

YOU'D think everyone were a Beyoncé fan, the way lawmakers have been saying "to the left, to the left" in Parliament...

INDIAN government bonds surged to their highest in nearly 20 months, while the rupee jumped to a one-month high on Wednesday after the central bank lowered interest rates, in a move that came earlier...

EURO depreciation, ultra-low interest rates and a decline in energy costs have enabled stressed eurozone economies to begin a stilted recovery.

ASIA's trillion-dollar private banking business continues to power ahead, though growth is slowing...

SMALL and big-car certificate of entitlement (COE) premiums bounced back on strong demand from replacement buyers who converged on showrooms in the past week after the Chinese New Year holiday.

NOTWITHSTANDING another insipid quarter of Malaysian corporate results, domestic equities could still be favoured by investors given that other asset classes also lack appeal.

THE proposed changes to the risk-based capital framework will be more risk-sensitive, robust and fit-for-purpose, but should not hamper well-managed insurance businesses unduly.

A CENTRE for Dispute Resolution has been launched at the State Courts to pull together the different alternative dispute resolution (ADR) services under one roof.