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US Monetary Policy and the Behaviour of Ringgit

8 April 2017 - Dr Zulkipy Omar
Focus Malaysia

To Save or To Spend

18 November 2016 - Dr Zulkiply Omar
Focus Malaysia

Plugging into the Global Grid & A Tale of Two Trade Agreements - RCEP & TPP

23 September 2013 - Samirul Ariff bin Othman
The Edge

Hate it or love it, minimum wage is good?

21 May 2012 - Quah Boon Huat
The Edge

Made In China: Much Ado About Nothing?

17 May 2012 - Samirul Ariff bin Othman
The Edge

What has our grandchildren got to do with corruption?

17 December 2011 - Quah Boon Huat
StarBiz Week

Is Malaysia de-industrialising for the wrong reasons?

16 Julyl 2011 - Samirul Ariff bin Othman
Malaysia Corridor Magazine (9th Issue - pg 38)

Another name for Hot Money - QE?

16 Julyl 2011 - Samirul Ariff bin Othman
Malaysia Corridor Magazine (9th Issue - pg 34)

Rethinking globalization

11 April 2011 - Samirul Ariff bin Othman
the Sun

Inflated Oil Prices - again?

21 March 2011 - Samirul Ariff bin Othman
The Edge

G-economy, back to the future

11 January 2010 - Bashirah Mohd Basir
the Sun

Blurred Vision?

21 December 2009 - Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr Mohammed Ariff
the Sun

Why Wealth Does Not Trickle Down

7 December 2009 - Samirul Ariff bin Othman
the Sun

Why GST Is A Must

23 November 2009 - Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr Mohammed Ariff
the Sun

2010 Budget Blues

16 November 2009 - Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr Mohammed Ariff
the Sun

Reigniting Restarting the Proposed Malaysia-U.S.Free Trade Negotiations

11 November 2009 - Samirul Ariff bin Othman
the Sun

Addressing the Social Impact of the Crisis

26 October 2009 - Elayne Yee Siew Lin
the Sun

Financial Crisis and Global Energy Investment

13 October 2009 - Dr Foong Kee Kuan
the Sun

Tough to Revive Household Spending

28 September 2009 - Azidin Wan Abdul Kadir the Sun

The Need For Fiscal Reforms

14 September 2009 - Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr Mohammed Ariff
the Sun

Time for East Asia to Rethink Its Growth Strategy

10 September 2009 - Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr Mohammed Ariff
New Straits Times

The Overblown China Factor

19 August 2009 - Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr Mohammed Ariff
New Straits Times

The Bumpy, Winding Road to Recovery

5 August 2009 - Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr Mohammed Ariff
New Straits Times

A New Model to Make the Great Leap Forward

3 August 2009 - Quah Boon Huat

Potential Threats To Global Trade

22 July 2009 - Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr Mohammed Ariff
New Straits Times

Is The Worst Over For East Asia

7 July 2009 - Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr Mohammed Ariff
New Straits Times

Some Lessons of the Global Financial Crisis

6 July 2009 - Dr Foong Kee Kuan

Financial Innovations Behind The Global Financial Crisis

18 June 2009 - Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr Mohammed Ariff
New Straits Times

Optimism in Times of Sluggish Recoveries

15 June 2009 - Shankaran Nambiar

Business Media On the Global Financial Crisis

11 June 2009 - Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr Mohammed Ariff
New Straits Times

Services The Next Growth Engine?

1 June 2009 - Quah Boon Huat

The Merits of E-Tourism

11 May 2009 - Musalmah Johan

Deindustrialising For The Wrong Reasons?

20 April 2009 - Quah Boon Huat

Effects of Global Financial Crisis

30 March 2009 - Dr Foong Kee Kuan

Inflated Food Prices - Has the Bubble Burst

5 January 2009 - Samirul Ariff bin Othman

International Reserves: The More, The Better?

22 December 2008 - Quah Boon Huat

Spillovers From The Financial Crisis

9 December 2008 - Dr Shankaran Nambiar

Banking Efficiency

24 November 2008 - Dr Foong Kee Kuan

Fiscal stimulus is not a silver bullet

19 February 2009 - Mohamed Ariff

Fixing the broken world economy

31 March 2009 - Mohamed Ariff

Lessons from Europe

6 May 2009 - Mohamed Ariff

Lessons never learnt

20 May 2009 - Mohamed Ariff

Is the worst over for East Asia?

7 July 2009 - Mohamed Ariff

The overblown China factor

19 August 2009 - Mohamed Ariff

Time for East Asia to rethink its growth strategy

10 September 2009 - Mohamed Ariff

The need for fiscal reforms

14 September 2009 - Mohamed Ariff

Petroleum to play a lesser role in the economy

17 September 2009 - Mohamed Ariff

Tough to Revive Household Spending

28 September 2009 - Mohamed Ariff

Putting lessons from Asia to good use in Europe

10 November 2009 - Mohamed Ariff

2010 Budget Blues

16 November 2009 - Mohamed Ariff

Why GST is a must

23 November 2009 - Mohamed Ariff

Blurred Vision?

21 December 2009 - Mohamed Ariff

2008

Towards a new social agenda

14 January 2008 - Mohamed Ariff

Downsizing fuel subsidies

30 June 2008 - Mohamed Ariff

Fallout from US Meltdown

29 September 2008 - Mohamed Ariff

TACKLING THE GLOBAL ECONOMIC MALAISE

4 December 2008 - Mohamed Ariff

EAST ASIA KEY TO REBALANCING THE WORLD ECONOMY

13 December 2008 - Mohamed Ariff

Pushing the Investment Rate Higher

1 October 2007 - Mohamed Ariff

Challenging times for Asian economies

3 December 2007 - Mohamed Ariff

In Search of Better Returns in Investment Schemes

23 January 2006 - Azidin Wan Abdul Kadir

The rights of investors in unit trusts

20 March 2006 - Mohamed Ariff

Reducing the Regional Gap

3 July 2006 - Azidin Wan Abdul Kadir

THE NEED TO STEP UP FISCAL STIMULUS

21 August 2006 - Mohamed Ariff

Slower Employment Growth Ahead

25 September 2006 - Azidin Wan Abdul Kadir

TIME FOR APEC TO WALK THE TALK

30 October 2006 - Mohamed Ariff

THE SAGA OF THE SHRINKING DOLLAR

18 December 2006 - Mohamed Ariff

Global transmission of US economic woes

17 January 2005 - Mohamed Ariff

Banking on Corporate Governance

28 March 2005 - Mohamed Ariff

Translating GDP Growth into Better Quality of Life

11 April 2005 - Azidin Wan Abdul Kadir

The yuan-ringgit axis

16 May 2005 - Mohamed Ariff

THE RINGGIT’S NEW-FOUND FREEDOM

1 August 2005 - Mohamed Ariff

Productivity Gains Crucial for Growth

15 August 2005 - Azidin Wan Abdul Kadir

Wood-based industry deserves more attention

28 November 2005 - Mohamed Ariff

The ringgit still under the dollar’s spell

27 December 2005 - Mohamed Ariff

Reviewing the ringgit peg

24 January 2004 - Mohamed Ariff

Looking Forward To A Better Year

10 January 2004 - Kevin Chew

The need for rigorous project appraisals

7 February 2004 - Mohd Haflah Piei

Bond financing for local authorities

21 February 2004 - Azmi Setapa

OF CONSUMER SENTIMENT AND THE ECONOMY

6 March 2004 - Elayne Yee

Interesting Trends in ICT Services

3 April 2004 - Azidin Wan Abdul Kadir

Boosting Markets with Competition

11 January 2003 - Shankaran Nambiar

Learning to Live With Job Insecurity

25 January 2003 - Azidin Wan Kadir

The Construction Sector at Crossroads

8 February 2003 - Elayne Yee

Managing SARS economic fallout

3 May 2003 - Mohamed Ariff

Making the Stimulus Package Work

14 June 2003 - Azmi Setapa

The Quest For Economic Freedom

28 June 2003 - Shankaran Nambiar

Reining the net interest rate margin

12 July 2003 - Kevin Chew

Being Concerned Over Competition

26 July 2003 - Shankaran Nambiar

Dismantling trade barriers

9 August 2003 - Mohamed Ariff

Wrestling with “new” WTO issues in Cancun

23 August 2003 - Mohamed Ariff

Saving for Twilight Years

6 September 2003 -Elayne Yee

Dealing with Deflation

20 September 2003 - Azidin Wan Abdul Kadir

Counting the costs of the Cancun failure

18 October 2003 - Mohamed Ariff

Saga of the shrinking US dollar

27 December 2003 - Mohamed Ariff

Commercialising The Rice Industry

19 January 2002 - Ahmad Hasir Mahpodz

Yen For a Stronger Yen

16 February 2002 - Mohamed Ariff

Take AFTA Challenges Seriously Or Lose Out

2 March 2002 - Mohd Haflah Piei

Unemployment may worsen despite recovery

30 March 2002 - Kevin Chew Chuan Poh

Skilled Manpower To Propel The K-Economy

13 April 2002 - Shankaran Nambiar

Poverty Eradication Needs a Relook

27 April 2002 - Elayne Yee

The Importance of Being Financially Literate

8 June 2002 - Azidin Wan Abdul Kadir

Dancing With the Dollar

6 July 2002 - Mohamed Ariff

Economic Challenges of Aging

19 October 2002 - Mohamed Ariff

Managing Greed

2 November 2002 - Ahmad Hasir Mahpodz

Why AFTA Must Translate Into Lower Prices

16 November 2002 - Mohamed Ariff

Bank Merger Have Fared Fairly Well

28 December 2002 - Azmi Setapa

Slower growth will help country

6 January 2001 - Mohamed Ariff

Ringgit Policy – A Confidence Game

28 April 2001 - Kevin Chew

No imminent threat to the ringgit peg

9 June 2001 - Mohamed Ariff

Singapore Bilateral FTA and AFTA

23 June 2001 - Mohd Haflah Piei

Institution-Building for Economic Development

1 September 2001 - Shankaran Nambiar

Banking on Social Capital

15 September 2001 - Azidin Wan Kadir

Seeking World Capital and Promoting Domestic Investment

29 September 2001 - Elayne Yee Siew Lin

2002 Budget – Looking To Inner Strength

27 October 2001 - Kevin Chew

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