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Edisi Ekonomi: Kuota 30% Bumiputera Sudah Dihapuskan

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Post time 22-7-2010 08:54 PM | Show all posts
Engko la "pecah lobang".

Apa rasa bangkai tikus ?
BotakChinPeng Post at 22-7-2010 20:52



    bau mcm ko.. so,ape komen chinpeng ttg situasi kuota bumiputra ni,apekah ade direct effect pd mr chinpeng..
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Post time 22-7-2010 09:02 PM | Show all posts
Tapi rasanya macam mana pulak ?

bau mcm ko.. so,ape komen chinpeng ttg situasi kuota bumiputra ni,apekah ade direct effect ...
kentutmanis Post at 22-7-2010 20:54


No effect whatsoever
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Post time 22-7-2010 09:09 PM | Show all posts
Tapi rasanya macam mana pulak ?



No effect whatsoever
BotakChinPeng Post at 22-7-2010 21:02



    dah tu awat menyemak kat sini? if no business,get out la..berambusla..
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Post time 22-7-2010 09:10 PM | Show all posts
bagus la xde kuota tu
pasni apa plak ek?
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Post time 22-7-2010 09:34 PM | Show all posts
Laa, benda ni bukan dah lama ke? Dah kuwar pun. Siap dah ade kompeni yg g listing tanpa 30% kuota bu ...
apam Post at 21-7-2010 23:47


kalau sama maksud dgn berita berikut, tahun lepas dong!!!

Malaysia relaxes foreign investment rules  
By VIJAY JOSHI and EILEEN NG,Associated Press Writers - Tuesday, June 30


KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – Malaysia took a big step Tuesday to liberalize its economy, relaxing a host of restrictions on foreign investment, including a controversial rule requiring businesses to be partly owned by ethnic Malays.

Prime Minister Najib Razak announced that listed companies will no longer be required to allocate 30 percent of their stake to Malays as part of an affirmative action program for the country's ethnic majority.

Najib said the rule was neither benefiting poor Malays nor was sustainable amid the global economic slowdown, which will force Malaysia into its first recession in a decade. The economy is expected to shrink by up to 5 percent this year.

"The world is changing quickly and we must be ready to change with it or risk being left behind," Najib told an investment conference organized by Malaysia's stock exchange.

"It is not a time for sentiment or half measures but to renew our courage and pragmatism to take the necessary bold measures to advance the national interests for the long term benefit of all Malaysians," he said.

Najib will have to walk a political tightrope by diluting the New Economic Policy, which provides a host of privileges in business, education, jobs and property ownership to the Malays who make up 60 percent of the country's 28 million people.

Chinese and Indian ethnic minorities have long chafed against the New Economic Policy, which Najib has been slowly dismantling since taking office April 3. Even many Malays have protested against the program, saying it mainly benefits the elite Malays with connections in high places.

Najib later told reporters that the NEP has failed to meet its target of raising Malay share of corporate wealth to 30 percent by 2010. It stands at 19 percent now.
The government still wants to meet the target by reforming the system and creating a new investor-friendly economic model, Najib said.

"We will help the best and the good in business. We want to be fair to all communities. No one must feel marginalized ... It is a tricky balancing act but it is doable." he said.

Among other steps in the liberalization, stock brokers and unit trust management companies will be allowed 70 percent foreign ownership, up from the current level of 49 percent. Foreigners can also own 100 percent of fund management companies, Najib said.

The liberalization moves take away most powers of the Foreign Investment Committee, an omnipotent government body that has been the bane of foreign investors.

The FIC has been derided as an impediment in Malaysia's efforts to become competitive against regional rivals such as Singapore, Indonesia and India in attracting investment by imposing various restrictions.

Foreigners will also not be required to get the FIC's approval before buying property in Malaysia, either residential or commercial.

"We can only achieve high income by creating more opportunities for growth rather than protecting our narrow turf," Najib said. "We can only achieve our social equity goals by expanding the pie."

The removal of the 30 percent Malay ownership requirement for listed companies does not apply to "strategic industries" such as telecommunications, water, ports and energy.

Critics have complained that the Malay ownership rule was being abused to enrich a handful of Malay individuals or companies.

Listed companies will still be required to sell at least 25 percent of their shares to the public, and half of those public shares must be given to Malays so that ordinary people from the community get to participate in businesses.

The government also plans to set up a private equity fund with an initial capital of 500 million ringgit ($143 million) to buy private companies and hand them over to Malay managers. The fund will be enlarged to 10 billion ringgit ($2.8 billion) with no fixed time frame.
http://asia.news.yahoo.com/ap/20090630/tbs-as-malaysia-liberalization-2nd-ld-wr-88383ae.html

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Post time 22-7-2010 09:41 PM | Show all posts
umno membela melayu kut celah lobang mana tu?

kah kah kah....

seronok tengok melayu caprut kena tifuuu sama umco
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Post time 22-7-2010 09:42 PM | Show all posts
habis la ketuanan melayu camni...
cakkobeng Post at 22-7-2010 15:59


ini mesti anwar punya kerja...


Bumi policy will go eventually: Najib

Sat, Oct 25, 2008
The Straits Times

By Hazlin Hassan, Malaysia Correspondent
KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA: Malaysia's Deputy Premier Najib Razak has said he is ready to dismantle a decades-old policy favouring Malays, marking a significant change from the government's staunch defence of the policy in the past.

This could take place in the 'not-too-distant future', he said of the New Economic Policy (NEP) set up in 1971 by his father, Tun Abdul Razak, the then-premier, to help the country's Malays.

His remarks appear to be aimed at appeasing disgruntled non-Malays as well as disillusioned Malay youth who say the NEP serves only the interests of a select few, say observers.http://www.asiaone.com/News/the%2BStraits%2BTimes/Story/A1Story20081025-96171.html
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Post time 22-7-2010 09:44 PM | Show all posts
rupenye dlm diam sokong PR sebenarnye sokong ketuanan Melayu.. sokong BN same spt sokong Malaysian Malaysia je,patutla MCA masih kekal setia dgn UMNO xberbelah bahagi
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Post time 23-7-2010 06:52 PM | Show all posts
dah tu awat menyemak kat sini?
kentutmanis Post at 22-7-2010 21:09


Untuk menyanggah komen forumer lain yang tak betul la. Bodoh
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Post time 23-7-2010 07:14 PM | Show all posts
Untuk menyanggah komen forumer lain yang tak betul la. Bodoh
BotakChinPeng Post at 23-7-2010 18:52



    dieorg pon xnak layan comment ko,bod*h.. dahla ckp BM xreti,menyalak mcm hanj*ng,syok sendiri,muke tembok,xsedar diri.. org lain pun xnak dgr kate2 sampah ko,everything u said is rubbish,pi berambus la..
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Post time 23-7-2010 07:28 PM | Show all posts
Reply 50# kentutmanis

Hahahahahahahaaaaaaaa....
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Post time 23-7-2010 07:30 PM | Show all posts
keputusan yang bangang dari kerajaan

harap2 puak2 lain yang menyokong tu sedar cepat2
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Post time 23-7-2010 07:35 PM | Show all posts
hahahahaha padan muka ketuanan kuota & sabsidi... org gelak pprrffffght.. sye pun nak pprrrfffttt
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Post time 23-7-2010 08:01 PM | Show all posts
apa??? ketuanan melayu tercalarrr?????? bila nak buat demo perkasa nih?? kali ni melayu je turun.yg 'tiba2' mengaku melayu nih sila cek latar belakang anda kembali
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Post time 24-7-2010 12:24 AM | Show all posts
apa??? ketuanan melayu tercalarrr?????? bila nak buat demo perkasa nih?? kali ni melayu je turun.yg  ...
nurulll Post at 23-7-2010 20:01


Hahahaa. Jangan harap la perkasa nak buat demo.

Melayu pandang saham syarikat orang lain macam sampah.
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Post time 24-7-2010 01:39 AM | Show all posts
Kata takmo dah tongkat, kouta mouta sume tuh...

Bila dihapuskan, menyalak jugak???
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Post time 25-7-2010 01:23 AM | Show all posts
Kata takmo dah tongkat, kouta mouta sume tuh...

Bila dihapuskan, menyalak jugak???
xy_daen Post at 24-7-2010 01:39



    dah pencacai UMCO yg ketuanan kehulu kehilir x menyalak, terpaksa laaa org yg dipitnah mau hapuskan hak melayu ni bising
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Post time 25-7-2010 04:34 PM | Show all posts
Bila dihapuskan, menyalak jugak??? xy_daen Post at 24-7-2010 01:39


Itu semua forumer bukan melayu yang menyamar sebagai melayu la bodoh
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Post time 25-7-2010 04:37 PM | Show all posts
tahniah.. pencapaian bangsa melayu sudah setaraf ngan bangsa cina....
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Post time 26-7-2010 07:17 PM | Show all posts
tahniah.. pencapaian bangsa melayu sudah setaraf ngan bangsa cina....
kuya Post at 25-7-2010 16:37


pencapaian melayu lebih tinggi dari cina
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