The finance minister says Wee Ka Siong's statement is terrible and will affect the country's economy.
The itinerary includes a talk at the Cambridge Union and an Aidilfitri do in London.
INTERVIEW | Minister says that superpowers should be mindful of the global impact of their trade relations.
INTERVIEW | Darell Leiking adds that M'sians will respond to the situation with their trademark 'resilience'.
Miti says these will primarily be in the chemical and electrical and electronics sectors.
The country's imports contracted at a faster rate than exports, according to Miti.
Darell Leiking says collaborations will be sought in Islamic finance, agriculture and renewable energy.
The institution also cut 2019 growth forecast for developing countries by 0.2 points down to 4.5 pct.
Strategic location, ease in doing business and cost are the key reasons, says Poland's Ambassador Krzysztof Debnicki.
Marzuki says that relations with the country can also be improved in the areas of culture, politics, and security.
He said he was opposed to the previous TPP deal as it was unfair, says PM.
The amount surpasses the previous record of $28.93 billion set in June.
Jakarta reviews 900 goods for possible import tax hike in face of weakening currency.
New trade and investment with Canada frozen, Canadian ambassador expelled.
Chinese state media lash out at Trump's trade policies in an unusually personal attack.
US$200 b in Chinese goods face 25pct tariff, up from 10pct.
Any decision taken in relation to the ECRL will not affect Malaysia-China trade and investment relations, says minister.
Dr M responds to query about gov't stance on trade deals, says cabinet's views will be taken into account.
Market affected after China raised tariffs on US products as a counter-measure.
Beijing’s list of 25pct additional tariffs on US goods covers 106 items worth US$50 billion.
Credit rating service predicts deal will enhance access for exports, such as palm oil and electronics.
According to Mustapa, exports grew significantly in last year, totalling RM935 billion.
'We need more world leaders to come forward in favour of opening up the markets,' minister says.