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Out Of Control – New Record 3,027 Cases, Could Hit 8,000 As Indecisive Backdoor Govt Not Sure What To Do Next

Less than a week into the New Year, Malaysia recorded another new record 2,593 Covid-19 cases on Wednesday (Jan 6). On the same day, the backdoor government of Muhyiddin Yassin also reported 4 new fatalities, bringing the national death toll to 513. Total cases reached a whopping 125,438 cases, where 24,347 are categorised as active […]

... written on Jan 07 2021

Malaysia-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR) Cancellation – A Crony War For A Piece Of RM110 Billion Cash Cow

After almost 10 years and 3 administrations, the controversial HSR (high speed rail) project linking Kuala Lumpur (KL), the capital of Malaysia, and Singapore is officially cancelled. Both countries had on January 1, 2021 announced that the KL-Singapore HSR project was terminated after Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin chose to let the agreement lapse on Dec […]

... written on Jan 03 2021

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

Here’s Why Oil Price In Trouble Again – The U.S.’ 100,000 Daily Covid-19 Cases And New Wave Of Lockdowns In Europe

Crude oil prices dropped below zero for the first time in history on April 20, 2020. Many were scratching their head in disbelief as the U.S. oil prices turned negative. Others were amused as they watched the deepest fall in demand for the “black gold” in 25 years. It’s not everyday you get to watch crude […]

... written on Nov 02 2020

Terror Attacks In French-Speaking Quebec City – Man In “Medieval Clothes” Killed 2 And Injured 5 In A Stabbing Rampage

Two people were killed and five others injured in a stabbing attack on Saturday night in Quebec City, Canada. Police spokesperson Étienne Doyon said the 5 injured victims were transported to local hospitals with different levels of injury. However, Doyon refused to reveal the motive of the attacks, whether the attacks were random or identify the […]

... written on Nov 01 2020

Bad News For Job Market – Asia’s Economy Will Shrink More Than IMF Expected, Especially India, Philippines & Malaysia

The IMF has painted a gloomier picture for Asia. On Wednesday (Oct 21), the International Monetary Fund revealed Asia’s economic contraction this year will be worse than previously thought. In its latest Regional Economic Outlook report for Asia and Pacific, the IMF predicts the region’s economy to shrink by 2.2%, worse than an earlier 1.6% contraction […]

... written on Oct 22 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

Covid-19 Pushes Asia Growth Lowest Since 1967 – 38 Million People Plunge To Poverty With Income Of $5.50 Per Day

No one is spared from the notorious Coronavirus. As the world still struggles to contain the pandemic, the ultimate trail of destruction to be left by the virus is unimaginable. The World Bank has a rough idea. According to its economic update on Monday, the international financial institution said that Asia is projected to grow by […]

... written on Sep 29 2020

Tips When Getting RV Financing

Travelling is one of life’s greatest pleasures. Almost nothing could ever top going to the places that you want and enjoying life there. It can be quite expensive depending on where you are going but it is something that people want to do. For the most part, most would enjoy almost any kind of traveling […]

... written on Aug 08 2020









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