Malaysia’s finance minister, Lim Guan Eng, delivered the Malaysian Government’s budget on Friday 11 October 2019, his second as finance minister.
Gold prices have been rising strongly but opinion is divided over whether this is a new bull run for the metal’s price volatility.
The Commonwealth Climate Law Initiative is investigating how company directors may be drawn into climate change-related litigation.
Australia has a long history of holding royal commissions, and they're now being used to tackle complex social issues like aged care, domestic violence and more.
The Australian government has pledged a new first-home buyers' scheme that allows a minimum 5 per cent deposit. Is it wise to encourage home buyers with limited savings to enter the property market when interest rates are low?
Indonesia is the latest country to embark on a plan to move its capital city. Experts caution that it can take generations to see any benefits.
20 years of demographic changes have altered societies and created new groups of consumers.
Proposed legislation to curb black economy activities by reducing cash payments could punish people who have legitimate reasons for paying in cash, says CPA Australia.
Do we spend less when we feel poorer? Even when inflation and the cost of credit are low?
Crucial new research explains how Chinese start-ups innovate, compete and grow. Who are the entrepreneurs snapping at the heels of the global names?