• Issues  |  JANUARY 26, 2015 10:15 AM

    The Liew Kee Sin puzzle

    In this five-part series of articles, KiniBiz looks at the puzzle that is Liew Kee Sin. We begin by asking if Liew’s exit will disrupt Battersea’s progress? We go to look at the Eco World brand itself and ponder upon …

  • Issues  |  JANUARY 22, 2015 7:58 AM

    Profiting from a single market

    As the deadline for the full realisation of the Asean Economic Community nears, the case for integration continues to grow. In this first of two articles, we look at how Asean integration is happening and why it is good for …

  • Issues  |  JANUARY 19, 2015 7:59 AM

    Education for employment

    In this four-part series of articles, KiniBiz looks at the Malaysian education system’s capacity to produce employable graduates. Malaysian graduates have been branded as being lacking in employable skills and uncompetitive. The quality deficit in our human capital has many …

  • Issues  |  JANUARY 13, 2015 7:59 AM

    Who wins from cheap oil, cheap ringgit?

    In part one of a two-part series, we consider the beneficiaries of low oil prices. Transport industries are the main beneficiaries of low crude oil prices,b ut other industries also feel the trickle down effects of cheap oil now that …

  • Issues  |  JANUARY 5, 2015 7:55 AM

    The economics of obesity

    In this three-part series of articles, KiniBiz looks at the problems caused by the increasing obesity of the nation’s people. Obesity is a problem that affects the world. In this first article, KiniBiz looks at this crisis, and how it …