GECS

Malaysia outperforms Singapore in Q3, rising household debt a concern
The latest Global Economic Conditions Survey from ACC and IMA shows that business confidence in Malaysia has remained steady during the third quarter of 2016.
Malaysian business confidence up, dark clouds on horizon
A combination of rising business opportunities and improved demand and cash-flow conditions encouraged Malaysia’s businesses to invest more in capital and staff in the last quarter of 2013, however there are dark clouds on the horizon, warned the ACCA and IMA.
Business confidence rises despite fall in investment in Singapore
The Global Economic Conditions Survey quarterly survey, a regular economic survey of accountants, revealed that while business investment fell in Singapore in the last quarter of 2013, confidence within businesses of those surveyed actually rose in the final months of the year.
Malaysian businesses believe conditions are ‘deteriorating’
The post-election boost to business confidence has vanished in Malaysia as only 13% of businesses report confidence gains in the third quarter of the year, according to new findings from the ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) and the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) in their Global Economic Conditions Survey (GECS).
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