Tue, 19 Feb 2019, 12:39 PM
ADVERTISE in The Malaysian Pulse!

Topic: Businesses

Malay Mail:
Share
LONDON, Feb 17 ― With just 40 days until the United Kingdom is due to leave the European Union, businesses are testing their emergency Brexit preparations to ensure they have enough cash and staff i...
Channel NewsAsia:
Share
KUALA LUMPUR: Mr Hamid Salleh, 68, has to wait for hours, especially during festive seasons, for his grandchildren to return to Terengganu from Kuala Lumpur.
Digital News Asia:
Share
TALENT shortages, a cautious hiring outlook and a high demand for niche talent will continue to drive Singapore’s job growth across 2019, with a particular focus on fintech and e-payment roles.
Malay Mail:
Share
LONDON, Feb 11 — Britain's economy grew at the slowest pace in six years in 2018 with near-flat output in the final quarter, data showed Monday, as Brexit uncertainty and weaker global growth bites.
Malay Mail:
Share
IPOH, Feb 11 — Businesses not covered by the expanded smoking ban can independently seek to gazette their premises as no-smoking areas, said Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.
The Edge Markets:
Share
KUALA LUMPUR: The new government’s decision to set up an action council to address the country’s pressing economic issues has received positive responses.
Malay Mail:
Share
KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 6 — Claims that Muslims may only arrange for their minor umrah pilgrimage through Lembaga Tabung Haji are false, said the Finance Ministry.
Malay Mail:
Share
LONDON, Feb 4 — Major British businesses’ appetite to take on financial risk has fallen to its lowest level in nearly a decade due to fears of “the hardest of Brexits” and rising US protection...
The Edge Markets:
Share
KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 28): Businesses that have not yet received their goods and services tax (GST) refunds and want to claim their refunds in full, are required to furnish the Royal Malaysian Customs Dep...
The Star:
Share
PETALING JAYA: Businesses are choosing to take a more creative route to heighten the atmosphere this Chinese New Year as they welcome the Year of the Boar.
The Edge Markets:
Share
KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 14): More than half of the country's small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are not fully aware of the availability of Islamic business financing facilities, due mainly to misconception...
Tech in Asia:
Share
Tech companies aiming for an IPO stand to get financial help from the Singapore government if they opt to list in the city-state.
Malay Mail:
Share
FRANKFURT AM MAIN, Jan 7 — Industrial orders in Germany fell more sharply than expected in November, official data showed today, adding to an emerging picture of softer growth in the final quarter o...
Malay Mail:
Share
LONDON, Jan 3 — British firms are facing labour shortages, stagnating growth and price pressures heightened by Brexit, according to the largest private sector survey of business sentiment published ...
Malay Mail:
Share
LONDON, Jan 3 — Businesses in Britain's dominant services sector reported the slowest sales growth in two years during the final three months of 2018, another sign of a slowing economy ahead of Brex...
Free Malaysia Today:
Share
PETALING JAYA: A DAP lawmaker has lauded the prime minister for saying no one is above the law, even the rulers.
Malay Mail:
Share
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 2 — It is not seditious for the public to lodge complaints against those who disregard the rule of law, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad wrote on his blog, Chedet, today.
theSun:
Share
KUALA LUMPUR : Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad (pix) today stressed that there is no provision which exempts anyone from the “Rule of Law”. The prime minister said the rule of law applies to everyone fr...
Free Malaysia Today:
Share
PETALING JAYA: Dr Mahathir Mohamad said the government was committed to the rule of law, saying no one including the rulers is above the law.
The Star:
Share
PETALING JAYA: Public complaints against those who abuse the rule of law are legitimate and do not breach any law, and neither should they be construed as sedition, says the Prime Minister.
Malaysiakini:
Share
COMMENT | Among the most important objectives of Pakatan Harapan when it was struggling to overthrow the kleptocratic government of Najib Abdul Razak was the restoration of the rule of law.
theSun:
Share
The ban on smoking in public eateries which comes into effect on Jan 1, 2019, was met with resistance from certain quarters and sparked a heated public debate.
Malay Mail:
Share
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 31 — The Health Ministry will enforce a smoking ban at all restaurants, eateries and roadside stalls nationwide effective January 1, 2019.
The Star:
Share
How Matrade as the nation’s trade promotion organisation has driven our trade agenda
Malaysiakini:
Share
A group of nightclub operators today urged the Federal Territories Ministry to reconsider the 1am closing time for entertainment outlets in the city saying that it would push them out of business.