Do you know that 24 per cent of Malaysian households are struggling to make ends meet, earning less than RM1,500 a month? The figure would be higher if you define "low income" as households with a monthly income of...
The wonders of our float system as our pump prices go up even as the global oil price in an oversupplied market hits a three-week low. How is this possible? It would appear that public coffers badly need the...
Greetings from Milan! I am here presenting a paper at a conference. Walking around the city, I must say I have been impressed with Milan's excellent network of underground trains, trams (old and modern), buses and taxies - though locals...
More questions have been raised on the reported surrender of Blocks L and M to Brunei during the Abdullah Badawi administration. Source: rigzone.com Blocks L and M, not far from the Sabah coast, are reportedly referred to in Brunei as Blocks...
Only recently, 1 November 2013, a business press report told us how well TNB had performed in 2013. The profit would have been even more than RM4.6bn if not for forex losses in the fourth quarter. In TNB's fourth...
Update: According to Forbes, Mokhzani was the 15th richest Malaysian as of February 2013, with a net worth of US$980m (RM3.2bn). "Mahathir Mokhzani reaped 43% gain in wealth after his Kencana Petroleum merged with Shahril and Shahriman Shamsuddin's (No....
Not a great start to the new year as RON95 goes up 20 sen... despite a slightly stronger ringgit and somewhat steady global oil prices in January 2017. Brent Oil Price https://www.oilcrudeprice.com/oilwidget.php?l=en&m=000000&g=fff700&c=ffd700&i=fff700&l=ffd700&o=fff700&u=brent
And so Prime Minister Abdullah Badawi launches the masterplan for Patrick Lim's RM25 billion Penang Global City Centre project on 12 Sept. They say a picture paints a thousand words. Have a look at these graphics visualising the PGCC, which...
Petronas' $36bn LNG project in British Columbia, Canada has hit some turbulence in the wake of depressed LNG prices. And the scandals plaguing the Najib administration have not inspired confidence, judging by the readers' comments in response to online...
"Why solar? L.A. enjoys 276 days of sunshine a year, according to the mayor’s office. Solar would also help cut down on the city’s notorious smog." Well, why don't we seriously consider solar? If Los Angeles can move towards solar...

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