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1 Govt's financial standing remains strong, says Tengku Zafrul
2 No total economic lockdown even in worst-case scenario, says Tengku Zafrul
3 Malaysia moves to cap RON95 and diesel prices
4 Customs Department collected RM38.67b revenue in 2020, says Tengku Zafrul
5 Govt approved RM12.76b of Wage Subsidy Programme applications as of Feb 5, says Tengku Zafrul
6 Malaysia's 2020 GDP growth is better than expected — Tengku Zafrul
7 Govt approved RM1.245b under PENJANA SME financing scheme, says Tengku Zafrul
8 Tengku Zafrul maintains Malaysia's GDP projection
9 One-off RM500 aid for bus, taxi drivers disbursed beginning today — Tengku Zafrul
10 Malaysia on track for economic recovery with rollout of vaccination programme — Tengku Zafrul
11 Zafrul: Vaccine rollout puts Malaysia on track for economic recovery
12 Moody's affirming Malaysia's rating shows govt fiscal discipline, growth: Zafrul
13 Tengku Zafrul: Be patient, BPN 2.0 payment needs at least a week
14 Tengku Zafrul: Use funds from govt to start online business [NSTTV]
15 Tengku Zafrul: Closing date for BPR new registrations/updates extended to Feb 25
16 Govt approves RM1.259b under Penjana SME financing scheme — Tengku Zafrul
17 New applications, approvals for i-Sinar from March 8
18 Zafrul: No total economic lockdown even in worst-case scenario
19 Malaysia on track for economic recovery with rollout of Covid-19 vaccination programme, says finance minister
20 A total Malaysian effort to beat recession
21 Home Economy News Higher oil price allows govt enough petrol aid
22 Aid needed to offset RM20b losses during MCO 2.0
23 Zafrul: Amir Hamzah right candidate as EPF CEO
24 Another total lockdown would be 'very detrimental' to Malaysia's economy: FM » Borneo Bulletin Online
25 My focus is on Malaysia's economic recovery, not politics — Tengku Zafrul
26 Tengku Zafrul: RM12.72 billion in wage subsidy programme approved
27 Finance minister: Govt approves RM1.259b under Penjana SME financing scheme
28 Govt approves RM12.76b of Wage Subsidy Programme 1.0 applications as of Jan 29, says Tengku Zafrul
29 Government still has fiscal space to help rakyat, businesses: Tengku Zafrul
30 Government focused on economic recovery efforts
31 RM18b dividend to govt in 2021 doable, says Petronas chief
32 Tengku Zafrul: Putrajaya approved RM1.2b in loans under Penjana SME financing
33 Finance Ministry: RON95 petrol capped at RM2.05, diesel at RM2.15
34 Zafrul: EPF to remove all conditions for i-Sinar withdrawal facility on PM's advice
35 Tengku Zafrul: RM12.72 bil in wage subsidy programme approved
36 Tok Mat: Govt should hand out free laptops quickly
37 Friday, February 19th, 2021 i-Sinar approvals to start from March 8
38 Wednesday, February 10th, 2021 Cerdik is CSR drive, not budgetted
39 Tengku Zafrul: No area of healthcare has had its allocation reduced
40 Tengku Zafrul: Wage Subsidy Programme helps safeguard jobs, benefited 2.64 million employees
41 Khazanah Nasional to inject RM3.6b in Malaysia Airlines after UK Court approves the airline's RM16b restructuring plan
42 Govt to receive RM10.6bil from Goldman Sachs in 2 months, says Tengku Zafrul
43 MCO 2.0 to cost Malaysia RM600 mil daily — Tengku Zafrul
44 Budget 2021: Q&A with Finance Minister Tengku Zafrul
45 52,000 micro-SMEs to receive GKP 2.0 tomorrow
46 National debt still within statutory limit — Tengku Zafrul
47 PM, ministers to exam candidates: We wish you all the best
48 Zafrul is new Finance Minister
49 Management differences led to changes at TNB, EPF
50 Needs based policies promulgated but government itself not on same page
51 Zafrul: Malaysia's healthcare services have capacity to triumph over Covid-19
52 Tengku Zafrul thanks PM for opportunity to serve Malaysia as finance minister
53 Finance minister presents last LAKSANA report for the year
54 Mosques across Kelantan hold Friday prayers with 30 per cent capacity
55 RON97, RON95 prices to increase by four sen, diesel price unchanged
56 EPF may need to re-strategise to cater to i-Sinar withdrawals
57 Tengku Zafrul: Govt ready to allow more EPF contributors to withdraw savings from Account 1
58 GDP forecast maintained at 6.5-7.5% for 2021, says Zafrul
59 Tengku Zafrul: Many want to help rebuild economy
60 Tengku Zafrul: Covid-19 Bill takes into consideration international regulation
61 Tengku Zafrul: Govt will tap nation's coffers, borrow to fund stimulus package
62 Malaysia's New PM Names CIMB Chief Executive as New Finance Minister
63 Business sector should not depend just on ringgit's value to be competitive
64 Malaysia has resilient capital market ecosystem, says Tengku Zafrul
65 Malaysia set for recovery in 2021 with most employees back at work — Tengku Zafrul
66 Malaysia's economy on track for recovery in 2021, Zafrul says
67 Q and A with Tengku Zafrul: We're protecting livelihoods
68 Fitch's downgrade won't stifle efforts to revive economy in 2021, says Tengku Zafrul
69 No plans yet to exempt stamp duty on parent-to-child property transfers, says Tengku Zafrul
70 Budget 2021 shows govt's determination to aid vulnerable groups, Zafrul says
71 More than RM1.7 billion to fight pandemic since February [Updated]
72 Tengku Zafrul says prefers corporate sector but has to fulfill finance minister duties, not interested in politics
73 Appeals for Prihatin Special Grant 2.0 open from Dec 7-21, says Tengku Zafrul
74 Govt to adopt more sustainable ways to grow economy, build resilience
75 Fitch sovereign rating revision due to Covid-19, political developments
76 Govt not bankrupt, debt currently stands at RM1.2 trillion, says Finance Minister
77 Penang ferry will continue to operate
78 Tengku Zafrul: RM3.3b allocated to help SMEs tide over Covid-19
79 Finance minister Tengku Zafrul says no conflict of interest as ‘not related’ to Muhyiddin
80 Tengku Zafrul: Stimulus packages to contribute 3.7 to 4.0pct to 2020'S GDP
81 MCO 2.0 to cost Malaysia RM600m daily, says Tengku Zafrul
82 Discussions ongoing for targeted assistance post moratorium — finance minister
83 Covid-19: Surau, mosques in Kelantan to suspend religious lectures until Nov 28
84 Finance Minister: Malaysia still resilient
85 Tengku Zafrul: Govt committed to ensuring Petronas returns to profitability
86 Budget 2021 to help youths succeed, says Tengku Zafrul
87 Please, no new cess, palm oil associations tell govt
88 CIMB activates succession plan to replace Tengku Zafrul
89 Friday, obligatory prayers allowed in Kelantan with limited worshippers
90 Malaysia continues to be preferred investment destination, says Tengku Zafrul
91 Crewstone International selected as one of the 8 fund managers by the government to assist in boosting the Malaysian economy in the 'new normal'
92 MCO: Kelantan allows Friday prayers with maximum of 50 congregants
93 Budget 2021 will not be politicised
94 Tengku Zafrul: Malaysia did not hesitate to expand fiscal position for economic recovery
95 Poser on extending loan moratorium
96 Tengku Zafrul: Direct negotiations not wrong under law
97 In good position with largest budget in history
98 Nearly 70 pct of workforce back at work as of May 17
99 New taxes will only be introduced when economy recovers
100 APEC finance ministers meet virtually on cooperation to mitigate COVID-19 impact