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With an international market worth trillions of dollars, Penang is actively tapping into the highly lucrative halal business. But as with any thriving industry, it is not without its own unique set of challenges.
Through outreach and education, WWF-Malaysia hopes to raise awareness on the value of water.
What does the future of Penang's water supply look like?
To accompany our cover story, here are some numbers on Penang.
Our dependency on petrol is cause for concern.
The inaugural Penang Economic Conference takes a look at the region’s global economical potential and challenges that come with progress.
Will Penang soon be facing a water crisis?
Toh Kin Woon argues that 1Care places cost-cutting obove providing adequate healthcare coverage.
For Malaysia to become an industrialised nation, major problems with its income distribution and employment structure must be solved.
Prof Woo Wing Thye is one of the the world's most renowned economists, and he would be the first to admit he had a bit of help getting there.
The MPPP's Penang Island Cleanliness Master Plan has just been completed.
In transforming Penang into a city of the future, public participation is key.
Ombak-Ombak ARTStudio pays tribute to Penang’s notoriously filthy rivers and uncovers their history through the community.
It is time for us to put in the hard work and improve public knowledge of environmental concerns.
Toh Kin Woon talks about whether the increasing privatisation of health services is desirable, and how Malaysia’s healthcare system can be made more equitable.
With everyone talking about going green, a community in Bukit Mertajam is showing Penang how it can be done.
Where does our rubbish go?
PSDC CEO Datuk Boonler Somchit introduces the Greening Penang Initiative.
Although they contribute significantly to Malaysia’s economy, migrant workers continue to be socially and legally ignored.
The federal government is set to privatise solid waste management. What does this mean for Penang?
Several of Penang’s key tourism players tell Penang Economic Monthly why they’re so optimistic about the future.