Fitch pushes Malaysia’s credit rating outlook to negative

Fitch pushes Malaysia’s credit rating outlook to negative July 31, 2013 Latest Update: July 31, 2013 01:01 pm Global ratings agency Fitch Ratings has revised Malaysia's sovereign credit rating outlook from stable to negative as the possibility of addressing public finance weaknesses has deteriorated after Election 2013. The news comes as the Malaysian ringgit slid... Continue Reading →

10 best islands for a Malaysia holiday

10 best islands for a Malaysia holiday Hardcore foodie? Scuba snob? These Malaysia getaways have everyone covered By Simon Ostheimer 7 May, 2012  From the cosmopolitan charm of Penang to the hippie getaway of the Perhentians, a diverse array of islands offer a huge variety of Malaysia holiday options. Here, in no particular order, we... Continue Reading →

World’s 100 best beaches, Malaysia [ 49 , 21, 13 ]

World's 100 best beaches By CNN Staff June 6, 2013 -- Updated 0822 GMT (1622 HKT) 25. Sun Island Beach, Maldives 100. Falassarna Beach, Crete, Greece 100. Falassarna Beach, Crete, Greece Best thing about the sand at Falassarna? There's so much of it there's little chance of playing beach-mat overlap with strangers. This slice of... Continue Reading →

inflationary pressure

What is Inflationary Pressure? Inflationary pressure is a term used to describe a situation in which the price of goods and services increases at a higher rate than wages therefore causing financial strain. This in the end affects the public's way of spending on essential goods and services. potential inflationary pressure of China is high... Continue Reading →

A Haven for Retirees

Source: internationalliving.com According to a list by travel web-magazine Internationalliving.com titled ‘World’s Top Retirement Havens in 2013’, Malaysia ranks a stunning third behind Panama and Ecuador among the 22 countries featured in the line-up. The list in question is the result of a survey that covered factors affecting retirees in the country of their residence... Continue Reading →

S’pore home prices up again

Published: Tuesday July 2, 2013 MYT 12:00:00 AM Updated: Tuesday July 2, 2013 MYT 7:01:59 AM S’pore home prices up again SINGAPORE: Singapore home prices rose for a fifth straight quarter in the three months to June, and analysts said owners and developers of private apartments in the outer suburbs appear most at risk should... Continue Reading →

New rules for property buyers

New rules for property buyers By DANIEL KHOO and NICHOLAS CHENG newsdesk@thestar.com.my   6th July 2013 PETALING JAYA: Property buyers will no longer have the option to take loans for longer than 35 years. Anyone taking a personal loan can now only do so for a period of up to 10 years. These are new rules... Continue Reading →

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