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Fitch Expects Malaysia’s Household Debt to Keep Moderating
Malaysia’s household leverage is expected to continue moderating, which would support the banking system’s asset quality but pockets of risk remain, sa...
97pc of Sarawak’s Rural Households to Get 24-Hour Electricity Next Year
Sarawak Energy Bhd is committed to ensuring 97 per cent of the state’s rural households will get round-the-clock electricity supply by next year from 91 ...
'Preferred Locations': The Challenge for PR1MA
The recent announcement by Perbadanan PR1MA Malaysia (PR1MA) on the Transit Oriented Development (TOD) projects is laudable. It's an indication that the ag...
RM700 BR1M if RM5,000 House-Hold Income
There will be a new BR1M category. Recipients with household incomes of RM3,000 and below will have their BR1M payment doubled from RM400 to RM800 in June ...
Housing Loans Dominate Malaysia’s Household Debt
Housing loans account for 52 percent of the country's total household debt, reported The Edge, citing a study by Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) that was publis...
PR1MA Launches Rewards Programme Offering Privileges, Discounts to Homeowners and Registrants
All Perbadanan PR1MA Malaysia (PR1MA) homeowners and registrants are entitled to exclusive privileges and discounts from a wide range of participating merc...
Affordable Homes for Middle Income Group
An affordable housing project for the M40 group (household income between RM3,000 and RM8,300) is taking shape in Sungai Ara. To be developed by Hunza G...
Properties Remain Unaffordable
KUALA LUMPUR: When measuring housing affordability, policymakers should take into account a person's "lifetimeâ€ earning capability, instead of basing...
Sabah, Sarawak Given Focus With Over RM6.8 Billion Allocation
The development and well-being of rural folks in Sabah and Sarawak continue to be given attention by the Prime Minister with more than RM6.8 billion alloca...
You Need to Earn RM11k to Buy an Affordable Home in Malaysia. Good Luck With That!
To be able to afford a typical house here, a research has claimed that you need a minimum household income of RM10,757 per month. This is based on calcu...
Sabah Poverty Down Sharply, Says Prime Minister
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said the government always ensures that every Malaysian enjoys the benefits derived from the growing economy. ...
Sabah Shows Biggest Decline in Poverty, Says Rahman
The median monthly household income for Malaysians has increased to RM5,228 in 2016 as opposed to RM4,585 in 2014, with a growth rate of 6.6 percent per an...
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