The Grand Opening of Equatorial Plaza

KUALA LUMPUR, (19 NOVEMBER 2019) – The tallest skyscraper along Jalan Sultan Ismail Kuala Lumpur has emerged with the completion of the impressive Equatorial Plaza. The redevelopment of the landmark Hotel Equatorial Kuala Lumpur has resulted in a brand new 52-storey integrated development comprising premium Grade ‘A+’ office space and the 5-star EQ hotel. This […]

Equatorial Plaza Adds Sculptures to Art Collection

Malaysian artist En. Nizam Abdullah’s newest sculptures now grace the porte cochere of Equatorial Plaza, the latest in a prominent collection showcasing local artistic talent. The first of the commissioned work is titled Sorok Sorok, depicting children playing hide and seek. This represents the joy and unity of a multi-ethnic society in Malaysia. The second […]

Malaysia’s record exports in November driven by stronger demand

by FARA AISYAH / pic by TMR file Strengthening demand in major economies and gradual rising in global commodity prices are key supporting factors for Malaysia’s robust trade performance in November 2017, said MIDF Research. The Department of Statistics Malaysia’s data last week showed that exports value reaches new record high in November 2017 at […]

Praise for Malaysia’s economy and 2018 prospects

By Mushtak Parker December 18, 2017 @ 8:36am AS far as endorsements go, it could not have come from a better source. The Malaysian government and its key monetary policy agency, Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) continue to attract plaudits from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for their handling of the country’s economy and monetary policy. […]

Malaysia’s world competitiveness ranking improves to 23rd

By RUPA DAMODARAN – September 27, 2017 @ 6:05am KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has edged up two places to 23rd out of more than 130 countries in the World Economic Forum’s latest Global Competitiveness Report on the back of improved scores of macro and micro economic aspects. International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed welcomed the improvement, […]

WGBC: KL has its own route towards sustainability

Rachel Chew | Tuesday, 18 July 2017 07:18:17 AM How far has Kuala Lumpur city progressed when it comes to creating a sustainable built environment? Not too bad, it seems. World Green Building Council chairperson Tai Lee Siang believes KL’s green building standards are moving towards the levels of first-tier Asian cities. “If we […]