InvestKL has set themselves a task of attracting up to 100 new multinational companies to Kuala Lumpur by 2020.
The ringgit has declined for a fifth consecutive day to hit yet another 17-year low.
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The ringgit was one of the worst performing currencies in Asia in 2014 and the trend has continued this year.
InvestKL was established to attract larger multinationals to set up regional operating centres in Malaysia.
Malaysia managed to achieve a GDP growth of 4.9% in the second quarter of 2015, which was a little higher than many...
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak would like you to share your views and ideas for the upcoming 2016 Budget.
For expats living on foreign salaries, pensions, or other offshore income, the significant weakening of the ringgit is probably good news.
Tourist arrivals for the first quarter of this year were down nearly 9%, reflecting a drop in visitors from nearly all countries.