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While global developments present a challenge, local innovations keep the state in the black.
When it comes to the property market, the Sandwich Generation faces a dilemma.
Innovations in financial technology are here to stay.
Global developments expose Malaysia and Penang's economies to uncertainties.
What repercussions are in store for Malaysia with the UK vote to leave the EU?
Will what happened in Penang in 1967 happen on a global scale soon?
It is likely to be a difficult year for Malaysians in 2016, but at the same time, opportunities await those who are well prepared.
The target is to transform Penang into a high-skilled and technology-driven knowledge-based economy.
A look at China's volatile stock market.
What does quantitative easing, US interest rates and the fall in crude oil price have to do with Malaysia’s GST?
We examine the finances of Malaysia's states, from richest to poorest and everything in between.
We chat with Prof Kiyohiko Nishimura about bubble economies, quantitative easing and Abenomics.
Why should homemakers continue to be the subjects of invisible discrimination in our society?
What's Penang's outlook in the face of global change? Penang Monthly provides a 17-page analysis.
Penang Institute studies the potential impact of GST on the national economy and the common man.
The parallels in the macroeconomic sphere between the mid-1990s and today are eerily similar. Will we see a repeat of the 1997 financial crisis?
The inaugural Penang Economic Conference takes a look at the region’s global economical potential and challenges that come with progress.
What challenges do policymakers face in making sure Asia can generate sustainable growth on its own?
Can Japan’s new economic reform help solve its macroeconomic problems?
Ooi Kok Chuen sits down with H.H. Lim, a Penang-raised artist based in Rome.
How will the G4’s new economic policies affect Malaysia, and how can we avoid making the same mistakes?
Dr Ooi Kee Beng sits down with Penang's very own Warren Buffett.
In the world of derivatives, money is not what it seems!
Toh Kin Woon reviews this collection of articles on the federal government’s management of the economy.
What are the implications and impact of the rising household debt in the country?
In transforming Penang into a city of the future, public participation is key.
There is a boom in commercial property in Penang. But is the market going too far?
PEM walks you through the forest of figures that the 2010 Bank Negara Report put together.
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.
If Malaysia is get out of the middle-income trap, economic decentralisation must happen first.
Everything gets politicised in Malaysia, and religion is no exception.
SERI recently played host to talks and lectures on China, Mahathir Mohamad and greening Penang.
Despite Penang’s lack of financial might, it still has many local advantages it can make use of.
Malaysia can still raise its productivity and compete in the global economy.
How is monetary policy affected by manufacturing for export in Penang?
Invest Penang chairman Datuk Lee Kah Choon talks to us about the challenges Penang faces in attracting investments, and shares his thoughts on the state’s future.
Like cities in developed countries, the old town needs revitalisation. Its intrinsic value has been ignored for too long.