one more thing..Is malaysia not a constitutional monarchy with a democracy??? Monarchy is just a symbol..These royalties should not have any power what-so-ever to decide how things should be....look at what happened when they just have a tiny bit of power....that's why I've never really like them...huh... the so called ROYAL blood...
wahahha...this is very,very interesting.....how a sultan can be brought to the court..Let's see how it goes....
Meanwhile..hey Najib Tun Razak!! yang ko duk busy ngan lompat si katak lompat ni apehal???? Intel dah tutup satu kilang kat Penang, and dalam press release dia cakap akan tutup smua kilang Intel di Penang, and Phillipines..dan focus kat China je..and bukan Intel si GERGASI tu saje.
.banyok lagi company nak tutup atau scale down diorang punyer operation...Panasonic pun..
Ape ko nye plan hah?? Najib???nak jadi PM esok karang..menteri kewangan skali...mampu ke??? .
Orang lain duk busy pikir pasal ekonomi yang merudum.....ntah nanti kena buang kerja ker ape ker..apa nak bagi makan anak bini...orang-orang tua ni tak SEDAR diri ni..tak abih3 wat kerja bengong tak berfaedah...wat malu ngan bebudak....aku tau la engkorang duit banyak berjuta...takyah pening3...
tapi ingat sikit yer....tu duit kitorang smua tau..duit RAKYAT!!!!..
Under the worst-case scenario, Malaysia may have a deficit of about RM4 billion (US$$1.1 billion) this year, the first drop in 12 years, the brokerage wrote in a report today.
The scenario assumes global economies fail to recover by the fourth quarter and exports plunge 36 per cent.
Deteriorating conditions in Malaysia’s export markets “have translated into poor export and production activity, affecting the manufacturing sector,” AmResearch said.
“A deficit would eventually lead to a narrower excess liquidity in the financial system.”
If this were to happen, the government may seek funds from overseas to finance stimulus measures, the brokerage said.
Falling orders at the Malaysian factories of companies such as Dell Inc and Intel Corp caused exports to decline the most in almost seven years in November.