Publication (Malaysia) :
Telenisa: Statistics and Findings 2020
Part of Sister In Islam (SIS), TELENISA that has been operating since 2003, is a free legal counsel on matters related to Islamic Shariah Family Law such as divorce, polygamy, wife and children, divorce and other property. TELENISA has assisted nearly 4,000 clients in providing legal advice to make sound decisions based on law and facts.
The Future of Malaysia's Energy Mix
The economic importance of the oil and gas industry to Malaysia add complexity to these already challenging policy issues. How can Malaysia foster the growth of greener, less-carbon intensive, sources of energy while preserving reliability of supply and affordability of cost? Can the country achieve its Paris Agreement pledge with the current energy mix and policies?
Tourism Recovery plan: an opportunity for change post covid-19
Tourism SMEs are the key drivers of Malaysia’s tourism sector. According to the Tourism Statistics from the Economic Census 2016, the travel agencies and other reservation services subsector had the second-highest percentage (99.93 per cent) of SMEs in terms of the total establishments within the subsector.
Building SME Digital Resilience: what have we learned from the MCO?
This paper aims to provide a discussion about how SMEs in the retail sector, including micro-SMEs (MSMEs), have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic. The paper will also consider policy implications and provide recommendations to support SME digitalisation moving forward.
Covid 19 and Malaysia's Democratic Resilience
Much of the discussion on the COVID-19 pandemic focuses on the difficult trade-offs that policymakers face between protecting lives and saving the economy. While indeed health and economic wellbeing are facing serious strain during this crisis, we should also consider the impact the virus is having on our democracy.