The IMF had recently published a 37-page report detailing its forecasted economic outlook in 2021 with Malaysia punching far above its weight at a remarkable 9.0% real GDP growth in 2021 after a 1.7% contraction in 2020. This report will explore the assumptions used in determining those projections, whether they are reliable and will additionally compare and contrast their forecast with findings reported from the Fitch ratings agency.
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Heartiest Congratulations to our Chairman, YB Senator Dato' Sri Ti Lian Ker on your swearing in as Deputy Minister for National Unity by the Yang DiPertuan Agong at Istana Negara today, May 5, 2020. From: Dr Pamela Yong, Jacob Lee Yee Yuan and all staff of INSAP
Summary of potential economic impacts and corresponding policy interventions This document analyzes the socio-economic impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic, and describes key policy measures undertaken by the Malaysian Government. This document also provides guidance on the four priority areas that organizations should focus on to stay resilient during this challenging period.
The IMF had recently published a 37-page report detailing its forecasted economic outlook in 2021 with Malaysia punching far above its weight at a remarkable 9.0% real GDP growth in 2021 after a 1.7% contraction in 2020. This report will explore the assumptions used in determining those projections, whether they …
Laporan ini menyediakan ringkasan penemuan Survei Khas Kesan Covid-19 kepada Ekonomi dan Individu (Pusingan 1) yang telah dilaksanakan secara atas talian oleh Jabatan Perangkaan Malaysia bagi tempoh 23 – 31 Mac 2020
Department of Statistics Malaysia - Summary of Findings : Special Survey "Effects of COVID-19 on Economy and Individual"
April 7 - While the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) dominates the headlines across Malaysia, the dangers of dengue should not be overlooked. We’ve got a potential double whammy where the nation could be hit by two dangerous infectious diseases at the same time if the situation continues to be overlooked and …
March 30 (KRI) – By the time the World Health Organization (WHO) officially designated Covid-19 a pandemic on 11 March 2020, there were 118,000 confirmed cases and 4,291 deaths in 114 countries1. By 29 March, these numbers had risen to 638,146 confirmed cases and caused 30,105 deaths across 202 countries …
March 25 (KRI) — As the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) sweeps across Malaysia, foreign workers, especially the undocumented, are amongst the most vulnerable. They often are forced to live in cramped conditions that lack basic sanitation, making them at high risk for contracting and spreading the coronavirus.
April 2 (KRI) - Assessing the health status of a population has conventionally been done by focusing on mortality. However, this does not take into account diseases that do not necessarily kill people but cause suffering to those who live with them i.e. morbidities.
March 26 (KRI) - We like to throw around big numbers, perhaps to calm investors and appease credit rating agencies. But it fails to assuage growing anxieties on the ground, especially workers and households who are inundated with basic concerns of survival and solvency.