Bernard Saw

Bernard is a journalist with The Malaysian Insight.

E-mail: [email protected]


1 month ago

[WATCH] Pakatan not involved in motion against Muhyiddin

PAKATAN Harapan said it is not involved in any bid to move a motion against Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin but alluded...

1 month ago

Pakatan not involved in motion against Muhyiddin, say leaders

If Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s move allowed, members of former govt will back it so as not to upset supporters.

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Pakatan not involved in motion against Muhyiddin, say leaders

2 months ago

Trim fat, rethink, reorganise to survive, businesses told

Industry leaders say businesses have to adapt to the new normal or be edged out by those who can roll with the punches.

Trim fat, rethink, reorganise to survive, businesses told

2 months ago

Economists urge govt to focus on reopening economy

Covid-19 curve flattened, Putrajaya now must find balance between public health good and economy.

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Economists urge govt to focus on reopening economy

2 months ago

Self-employed, SMEs need more help

Economists suggest further interest rate cuts, programmes to adapt to online business post-MCO.

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Self-employed, SMEs need more help


2 months ago

Ways out of economic doldrums

Experts say spending cuts, fresh revenue sources among ways to pull through pandemic, oil crash.

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Ways out of economic doldrums

2 months ago

Let us jump-start economy, retailers urge govt

Covid-19 makes situation ‘worse than a recession’ while businesses warning of massive unemployment ahead.

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Let us jump-start economy, retailers urge govt

2 months ago

MCO leaves 60% of export orders unfulfilled

Manufacturers urge Putrajaya to open up more sectors to keep businesses from going under.

MCO leaves 60% of export orders unfulfilled

2 months ago

Red tape delaying industries’ attempt to restart operations

Miti’s demand that all workers undergo Covid-19 tests creating headaches, especially for bigger firms.

Red tape delaying industries’ attempt to restart operations

2 months ago

Grim outlook for property sector post-pandemic

Sales have plummeted more than 50% in recent weeks as agents unable to close deals due to MCO.

Grim outlook for property sector post-pandemic

2 months ago

Parents, teachers grapple with online classes

Children treat MCO period as ‘holiday’, while some households lack digital devices as e-learning becomes new norm.

Parents, teachers grapple with online classes

2 months ago

Problems aplenty as teachers shift to online learning

Slow internet, forgotten passwords, ‘missing’ educators among headaches.

Problems aplenty as teachers shift to online learning

3 months ago

85% lorry group members out of work during MCO

Though deemed an essential service, goods-transport sector severely affected by order for most businesses to halt operations.

85% lorry group members out of work during MCO

3 months ago

SME players welcome RM10 billion aid but warn against MCO extension

Package shows govt understands the hardships businesses face in coming months, associations say.

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SME players welcome RM10 billion aid but warn against MCO extension

3 months ago

Wage subsidy scheme appeases workers but not bosses 

Employers' groups say RM600 per month for each worker is not enough to prevent lay-offs.

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Wage subsidy scheme appeases workers but not bosses