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Australia Hopes RCEP Will Fix Problems With China – But It Gets Worse As Beijing Reveals Three Issues With Canberra

Australia was hoping that by signing the China-backed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) deal on Sunday, it will automatically fix, or at least improve the country’s strained relations with China. If only it was so easy. It would take more than an insignificant deal like RCEP, of which the direct economic benefits are limited, to […]

... written on Nov 19 2020

Australia’s Economy Being Hit Again – China Bans Wheat, Lobster, Barley, Sugar, Wine, Timber, Coal, Copper

Australia’s economy, already plunged into recession in September – its first recession in 30 years since 1991 – continues to register bad news. And it has nothing to do with Covid-19 pandemic. Rather, it’s a self-inflicted economic backlash after Canberra deliberately campaigned for an international inquiry into the origins of the Coronavirus in April which […]

... written on Nov 04 2020

China Punish Australia Again – Recession-Hit Aussie Saw Its A$2 Billion Cotton Industry Targeted

Australia’s economy officially plunged into recession in September after it registered two consecutive quarters of negative growth. Its GDP (gross domestic product) shrank 7% in the April-to-June quarter compared to the previous three months. Not only this is Australia’s first recession in nearly 30 years (since 1991), but also the deepest since the Great Depression […]

... written on Oct 17 2020

Australia Upset! – China Now Uses “Asian Discrimination” To Target Aussie’s A$38 Billion Education Industry

Australia continues to become the punching bag of China as diplomatic tensions between both countries go south after Canberra campaigned for an international inquiry into the source of Coronavirus outbreak. Beijing has mocked Australia, perceived as the U.S. “deputy sheriff” in the Asia-Pacific region, of parroting the U.S. in its call for the inquiry.   While Scott […]

... written on Jun 12 2020

Coronavirus Forces Handshake To Be Forbidden – But You Can Always Perform “Footshake” Or Elbow-Bump

Xi Jinping rarely mingles with the public. But the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak forced him to take a walk outside the municipal office in the Anhuali neighbourhood in Beijing last month as part of a publicity stunt to assure people that everything was under control. As he was chatting with ordinary folks, the Chinese president joked […]

... written on Mar 05 2020

Factors That Affect Your Business Because Of Negative Cash Flow

Business owners may find issues with cash flow perturb them as revenue and profits. It is defined as the net of cash and its equivalents going in and out of the business. It is generated when you sell goods and services or collect payments from customers in cash. When you have positive cash flow, it […]

... written on Feb 24 2020

You’re Fired!! – Here’s Why Black Shoe Education Minister Maszlee Has Nobody To Blame But Himself

Maszlee Malik, arguably the most controversial education minister, has finally been fired by Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad. His exit was overdue. In fact, he should be sacked as early as 2018. He was allowed to “resign” in order to prevent humiliation. It was merely a face-saving gesture. After all, he was personally selected by Mahathir […]

... written on Jan 03 2020

Recognizing The Ins And Outs Of Credit

Credit can be daunting for everyone, it represents the stress associated with making payments, developing a budget, and a serious level of adult responsibility. What’s even more daunting than just living with credit, is understanding the importance of it. How does your credit score get calculated? Why does this number matter, and what does it […]

... written on Dec 26 2019

Oversupply Of Doctors? Start Thinking Outside The Box!

Much has been said in the press about the oversupply of doctors. Nearly all believe that this is a bad thing for the country. However, they fail to realise that this situation arose due to the government not spending on needed infrastructure such as hospitals and schools for the common man and instead they spent […]

... written on Nov 18 2019

Congrats Mahathir – PPBM Humiliated And Lost Tanjung Piai After Angry Chinese Taught The PM A Lesson

More than 3 weeks ago (Oct 21), FinanceTwitter had already predicted a humiliating defeat for Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad in the Tanjung Piai by-election (click here to read the article). The official result is out – opposition Barisan Nasional has beaten Pakatan Harapan with a jaw-dropping majority of 15,086 votes. Clearly, that’s a huge slap […]

... written on Nov 17 2019









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