COMMENT | There is no oversight framework to deal with new forms of graft.
COMMENT | Harapan’s consistent message is that selectively targeted patronage will continue.
COMMENT | PAS and Umno may form coalition at the state level.
COMMENT | Najib governs through an unjust structure that Mahathir had created but…
KINIBIZ | Why has serious corruption not hindered Malaysia’s economic development?
KINIBIZ Rahman Dahlan is right when he says opposition opposed reforms.
KINIBIZ Inadequate reforms have contributed to the 1MDB crisis.
KINIBIZ Najib’s first response on taking office as PM in 2009 was his GTP.
KINIBIZ The 11MP is far too important to be prepared in such a covert manner.
COMMENT The academic community is shocked by Azmi’s arrest for sedition.
KINIBIZ The CIMB-RHB-MBSB merger further entwines business...
COMMENT Halim Saad seems to have returned to the fore a trend in Malaysia that defines its political system - the practice of political business.
opinion The crisis requires prompt action by the government including the extent of its ownership of the banking sector and the provision of mechanisms to support SMEs.
opinion By the mid-1990s, Bursa Malaysia was listed as the fourth largest bourse in Asia and the 15th largest in the world in terms of market capitalisation. But then the financial crisis struck.
analysis Since politics in the Malay heartland has persistently been ethnically-based, and as the region remains one of Malaysia’s poorest, Umno will continue to insist on a targeted form of affirmative action.
The case of the Proton vendor system suggests that an attempt to anchor fledgling firms onto established enterprises would end up only weakening the prospects of the latter.
There is no need to racialise this discussion on equity ownership. Prof Shamsul Amri Baharuddin has probably not read the report by Asli's Centre for Policy Studies, which is why...