As domestic and external demand recover, the Malaysian economy is projected to grow by 5.8% in 2022. However, this projected growth may be dampened by the rise of new COVID-19 variants, supply disruptions, and limited fiscal space. Rising vulnerabilities both at household and firm levels pose concerns to the country's recovery path. Uncertainties abound for the Malaysian economy in 2022. ASLI of Sunway University brings to you a two-part panel discussion for us to understand how to navigate the Malaysian economy in these trying times
Professor Woo Wing Thye discusses the upcoming National Solutions Forum (NSF) as a showcase for the most impactful solutions to Malaysia's SDG-related challenges.
Dr Woo Wing Thye helps us to understand who will benefit from the disaster relief measures and how Budget 2022 could do better with a little tweaking.
KiniTV speaks to economist Dr Woo Wing Thye to better understand how the budget can benefit SMEs and some of the opportunities missed by the government in helping this sector to recover.
Leong, Platts and Woo comment on energy, ports, soil fertility, fertiliser and mindset.
Prof Woo Wing Thye, JCI President, is interviewed by Phoenix TV on his views on the recent Sino-US trade and currency negotiations.
The Covid-19 pandemic is the most serious shock to the peacetime global economy in 90 years. The webinar will bring together leading researchers and expert panel to discuss key economic and social issues related to the economic resilience and recovery of East Asia.
Will the first ever Malaysian "Memorandum of Understanding for Transformation and Political Stability" work to transform and professionalise its Parliament?
Infectious diseases like COVID-19 have a significant adverse impact on human lives and societies. Esteemed presenters and panel discussants will be invited to share their views on the following issues related to infectious diseases like COVID-19
Navigating Malaysia’s Policy Challenges of the Covid-19 Pandemic and the High-Income Hurdle: Optimising trade-offs and harnessing complementarities
Prof Woo Wing Thye, Prof Noor Azlan Ghazali, and Prof Yeah Kim Leng consider the tradeoffs and complementarities on the optimal policy mix and implementation priorities to attain the nation’s short and medium to long term goals.