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Growth may await Penang in the short term, but adapting to Industry 4.0 has to happen now.
Who is really benefitting from BN’s economic model?
How fare Malaysian women at work?
The recruitment market is expected to grow moderately in the second half of 2017.
It can take a long time for higher education to pay off.
A look at the state's economic growth over the past five years.
The industry is estimated to remain carefully upbeat this year.
Looking past the handouts, we see a bleak reality.
The Penang Development Corporation has paved the way for progress since the 1970s.
What repercussions are in store for Malaysia with the UK vote to leave the EU?
Intrinsically linked to the water, George Town's waterfront is where it all began – and it still continues to amaze.
Forecast for the Malaysian and Penang economy for the second half of the year.
As labour demand increases, labour supply struggles to catch up.
The import of foreign workers rakes in hundreds of millions each year, but for whom?
Amid the strife post-Arab Spring is a sense of optimism, where ideals are kept alive.
Fundamental reforms are required in sustainable student support.
Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng talks about shaping a progressive economic policy in Penang that is investment-led, inclusive and sustainable.
With unemployable graduates and a financial status that runs in the red, can private schools survive in Malaysia?
In conjunction witch Labour Day, we provide the statistics on Malaysia's workforce.
As we enter the second quarter, we take a look at what's affecting the Penang economy.
Government officials insist that Malaysia is not a welfare state, but taking a look at its policies, one might think otherwise.
Paris-based Penangite Bram Tan explores the identity behind Charlie, in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo shooting.
For almost two months in 1967, Penang was in a state of near-anarchy. What happened, and how did things get to that point?