PLF CEO Forum 2022: A Gathering of Business Leaders

PLF CEO Forum 2022: A Gathering of Business Leaders

MORE UNCERTAINTIES AND A NEW GLOBAL LANDSCAPE REQUIRES NEW FORECASTING MODELS, SAYS TUN DR MAHATHIR MOHAMAD AT PERDANA LEADERSHIP FOUNDATION’S 2022 CEO FORUM

At the Closing Session of Perdana Leadership Foundation’s (PLF) CEO Forum on 1st November 2022, former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad shared his thoughts on “What Does the Future Hold for Malaysia?” and said that,

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No full recovery until 2024, says Dubai airports chief

No full recovery until 2024, says Dubai airports chief

Traffic remains nowhere near pre-Covid-19 levels despite rising to 29.1 million passengers last year, says Paul Griffiths

Read the original article here: No full recovery until 2024, says Dubai airports chief | Business | The Vibes

DUBAI – Passenger traffic at Dubai International Airport, the world’s busiest, will not recover to pre-Covid-19 levels before 2024, its CEO said today.

Traffic remains “nowhere near pre-pandemic levels” despite rising to 29.1 million passengers last year, Dubai Airports chief Paul Griffiths said in an interview.

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Manufacturers regain confidence on economic recovery, says MIER

Manufacturers regain confidence on economic recovery, says MIER

by NUR HANANI AZMAN / Pic by MUHD AMIN NAHARUL

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BUSINESS Conditions Index (BCI) for the fourth quarter of 2021 (4Q21) indicates that manufacturers have begun to regain confidence, said The Malaysian Institute of Economic Research (MIER).

According to the research outfit, the 4Q21 index showed a positive outlook, rising by 25 points to settle at 122, well above the 100-point threshold. The index increased by 6.6 points on a year-on-year basis compared to 4Q20.

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Could Malaysia and Thailand be heading into a bout of classic stagflation?

Could Malaysia and Thailand be heading into a bout of classic stagflation?

Read the original article here: Could Malaysia and Thailand be heading into a bout of classic stagflation? | The Malaysian Insight

MEDICAL experts around the world are beginning to say that the Covid-19 crisis is heading into an endemic stage with the emergence of the Omicron variant.

The world is experiencing drags within supply chains, a lethargic recovery in international tourism, and continued pressures on the cost of living from high oil prices. Countries will need to transition from heavy restrictions to protect public health to a basket of measures to kickstart their respective economies.

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More new shopping malls to open this year

More new shopping malls to open this year

by AUFA MARDHIAH
read the original article here: More new shopping malls to open this year (themalaysianreserve.com)

NEW major shopping malls are expected to be opening their doors to the public this year, after some were delayed due to Covid-19 pandemic. 

This also includes the expansion of existing shopping malls nationwide such as IOI City Mall (ICM) Phase 2 in Putrajaya and Sunway Carnival Mall in Penang.

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Unemployment rate to improve to 3.9% in 2022

Unemployment rate to improve to 3.9% in 2022

Unemployment rate to improve to 3.9% in 2022: Kenanga

Research house remains optimistic, but cautiously so due to potential Omicron threat

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KUALA LUMPUR – The country’s unemployment rate is forecast to improve to 3.9% in 2022, said Kenanga Research.

The research house said the recovery momentum is expected to gather pace in 2022 as the economy continues to chart an expansion bolstered by various ongoing support policies and robust external demand.

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