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July 21, 2019 Opinion
INDONESIAN President Jokowi announced the establishment of Special Economic Zones in Eastern part of Indonesia, including East Kalimantan/Sulawesi on 2 April 2019. This announcement by Jokowi should be taken in context with his efforts to upgrade and construct 15 new airports, many of which are in Kalimantan/Sulawesi. .
July 21, 2019 Opinion
During the early days of independence, Malaysian economy as a whole and Sabah specifically have been very dependent on the first sector economy which is natural resources, such as unprocessed agricultural and mining products among others. Tin, oil, logs and rubber for instance have long become among the important products which contributed significantly to the nation’s income and the external sector. .
July 21, 2019 Opinion
THIS publicity business is not easy.  We need to spread the word about WordPower – it’s not long now, and we want everyone to know about it! Tick, tock, tick, tock.
July 21, 2019 Opinion
THE deaths of 14 Orang Asli from the Bateq tribe – the country’s last indigenous nomadic community in Kuala Koh, Kelantan – with scores more hospitalised, is a tragedy Malaysians should be ashamed of.
July 14, 2019 Opinion
Hereunder recent news items that will have great direct/indirect negative economic impacts on Sabah that many Sabahans may/ may not be aware of.
July 07, 2019 Opinion
Before he left office after 22 years as PM, Tun M wanted the teaching of maths and science in English. Out of office, he continued to promote his initiative but those in power refused to listen to him. Having been the Minister of Education prior to becoming PM, he must have appreciated the advantages of using English to teach these two subjects in the rapidly globalized world.
July 07, 2019 Opinion
When I was young, some of my best friends were fictional. It saved so much bother!.
June 30, 2019 Opinion
In a civilised society, a certain minimum standard must be observed when conducting debates or discourse. I am afraid this standard is not being observed in the social media in the case of the on going discourse regarding the dam in Papar and TAED [Tanjong Aru Eco Development]. It is getting very personal, name-callings, and some unproven accusations like billions being pocketed are being hurled in social media. With the benefit of hindsight, claiming the change of government Sabah in GE14 was due to objections to TAED lack serious veracity and legitimacy.
June 30, 2019 Opinion
The recent inaugural Dayak International Justice Congress in Keningau organised by Borneo Dayak Forum (BDF) raises several questions. Are the Kadazandusuns and other natives in Sabah ready to be clumped under a single grouping “Dayaks”. .
June 23, 2019 Opinion
The US/China trade war has blown into full scale economic cold war, a war between two diametrically opposite political ideologies. Trump has bared all pretences of civilities and is on a crusade warpath because .
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