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PRESIDENT Xi announced recently that: “our aim is to turn the China market into a market for the world; a market shared by all, and a market accessible to all. This way, we will be able to bring more positive energy to the global community.”
I FIRST visited China in 1974 during the disruptive cultural revolution. What I saw then, especially in rural China (incidence of rural poverty, I was told, being 99%) really made me appreciate the good life – even as we knew it then – we already had in Malaysia. Not unlike the rest of the world, ending absolute poverty has been a China dream for centuries.
PETALING JAYA: The manager of Malaysian rock legend Datuk Ahmad Azhar Othman - better known as Awie - has admitted that his client and several others had violated Covid-19 standard operating procedure (SOP) recently.
Part I: High quality growth to sustain global leadership
SPECIAL-PURPOSE acquisition company (SPAC) is the way to go these days. Pots of capital are being raised on Wall Street by investors. Such a blank-cheque company has marshalled more money and outnumbering traditional initial public offerings (IPOs).
I WAS on my usual weekend hawker rounds in PJ last week, when an elegant lady approached me. I am so glad to see you at places where ordinary people gather – check out the prices: everything is up; not just among hawkers but also in wet markets, among fish-mongers & chicken sellers, as well as in supermarkets and street vendors.
Why is there inflation when there is supposed to be none? Hence, today’s piece about the outlook on inflation
Hard work is the hall-mark of Chinese inheritance. It’s characterised by the ox, working hard in the fields 24/7 to ensure families are well-fed, and have enough surplus to create wealth and happiness.
OVER the recent holidays. I met up with many friends, most wearing a protective face mask in a rather relaxed observance of social-distancing guidelines.