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?
Fewer of us are retiring in the traditional sense of leaving the workforce entirely. Nowadays, older workers are often semi-retired, reducing their hours or taking freelance or part-time gigs that give them time for travel and other pursuits.
Winnings from gambling are tax free in most jurisdictions. Would there be any point to taxing winnings?
The popularity of green bonds is surging, but they still struggle to show they are helping green assets get built.
As a leading adviser and chief economist of one of Vietnam's largest commercial banks, Dr Cam Van Luc CPA is in a unique position.
What's really at stake from the Financial Stability Board's (FSB) Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)?
Mable's founders are simplifying the confusing and time-consuming process of finding aged care.
A string of challenges confronts Singapore as it seeks to maintain its status as an Asian economic success story.
Australia’s banking, telecoms and energy sectors are set for a shake-up, with draft legislation poised to promote a new level of competition and innovation. Here is what you and your clients need to know about consumer data rights.
Physical wallets are steadily going out of style as cashless payment methods become more established and secure.
Employers are struggling to fill some accounting roles, but wage growth will be limited this year.