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Malaysian Businesses Must Capitalise On Competitive Edge In Service Sectors

Posted by admin2 on July 2, 2015 at 12:40 pm
Malaysian businesses should capitalise on their competitive edge in the service sectors to tap preferential trade facilities under the China-Asean Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA), said International Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Datuk Mukhriz Mahathir. “I see there is less competition in the services sector as it is totally different from other very much depends on quality.

“I think Malaysians have certain inherent advantages that we should make full use of,” he told Bernama on the sidelines of the “2010 FOCAFTA” seminar here on Thursday.

Mukhriz said there was massive construction going on in many parts of China where Malaysian companies could provide architecture or design services to China.

“China can look up to our capablities in this aspect. This is one area we can pursue further,” he said, adding that China was a huge market which also offered business opportunities in several other sectors for Malaysians.

Mukhriz said if Malaysian businesses fully understood the advantages of CAFTA they can make full use of it to their advantage.

He was commenting on reports that the Malaysian business community and their Asean counterparts were concerned that their products would not be able to compete with Chinese products, which will enjoy zero preferential treatment under CAFTA, which came into force on Jan 1.

Mukhriz suggested that ASEAN and China work together to address these concerns to ensure long term stability of trade investment relations between Asean and China.

He said, ASEAN also requested China to facilitate imports into the country by addressing the non-tariff barriers.

This could be in the form of standards, technical regulations or onerous administrative measures that translate into additional costs and unnecessary delays.

However, Mukhriz said the focus should be in translating the agreement into something that would benefit Asean rather than worry over stiffer competition.

Under the CAFTA agreement, Asean and China will liberalise the architecture, engineering, telecommunications, financial services, education, health and tourism, computer and related services, management consulting services, construction, environmental services, recreational service and transport services.

On China-ASEAN investment funds, Mukhriz said there was a need to create awareness among small-and-medium (SME) entreprenuers and industries and the government can assume a role in terms of facilitating the use of funds made available by China.

The Chinese government has allocated US$10 billion under the China-ASEAN Investment Cooperaton Fund and US$15 billion in loan facilities to finance mega investment projects within the region.

“The fund is quite large and opportunities are ample. If other smaller Asean economies can make full use of this, I don’t see why Malaysian SMEs cannot do the same,” added Mukhriz.

On Chinese investments in Malaysia, he said it was important to let Chinese investors know more about Malaysia.

“I think, they want to know more before coming to invest, therefore we want their leaders,not only from politics,but business leaders to come to Malaysia and obtain first hand information on what we can offer,” he said.
– Bernama

14 comments for this post

Posted on June 12, 2023 at 3:06 pm
Now the Buddha Temple is a place where ghosts and demons are cast out because Datuk Yip Kum Fook invited various Tibetan monks and Thai monks to get rid of evil spirits because Datuk Yip Kum Fook does not know things about Buddha Dhamma

Many people say, this Buddhist Temple is from public funds and this Temple does not belong to Datuk Yip Temple, he is only the president but his son (Lawrence Yip) is my father's Temple, it is a shame to the whole Buddhist world

Datuk yip kum fook is not ashamed of people because now many people know what he did to people, he caused problems in Kepong but he still lives as usual there, if it was someone else, maybe he wouldn't live in Kepong…

Jason Yap…..Selayang

Posted on April 27, 2023 at 7:26 pm
Now many people are talking about Datuk Yip Kum Fook doing bad things in Kepong because of the word of men and women, God knows he is doing bad things in the Kepong area, when you type the word of Yip Kum Fook, there everything is displayed on the smartphone screen, now technology is very fast to give something to people, people will share to others to know

How do you want to hide your bad things from the world and you can't keep a secret in this world, one day people will know what you did with him, now you are almost 70 years old and your power will disappear soon. When you get there, you will feel something in your life, people will look down on you (know someone will not pity at you)

If you read this message of ours, you can't sleep and you can't eat because you will see your shadow when you walk under the sun or the moon, also if you are in the room you will hear some disturbing ghosts because in the past you are more many people you cheat (close friends, you cheat on them too)

Don't forget, Simon Low Kok Meng is Datuk Yip Kum Fook's spy and security, when you (anyone) say about Datuk Yip Kum Fook, the order will fast to Datuk Yip...I Ah Wah from Selayang to witness when they take monks out from Samnak Sambodhi, Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong...they brought the police and thugs (gangster) in the temple to remove the monks

Shared by Ah Wah and Ah Chuan

Posted on March 12, 2023 at 11:57 am
DATUK YIP KUM FOOK always uses the police to harass Buddhists(devotees) and monks because he is the chairman of MCA Gombak, a lawyer and BUDDHIST TEMPLE SAMNAK SAMBODHI, Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong....and he brings political ideas to play in religious places.

He thinks, he has the power in Malaysia to reject anyone he does not as if in this country, also he must think that this country, Malaysia is a democratic country, rule as a sultan and so on.

Now it's his karma turn and also a lot of bad news on internet social media say about him, he will suffer for the rest of his life, now also many people don't go to temple because people don't like this scammer DATUK YIP KUM FOOK

We hope that the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission - MACC will investigate Dato Yip Kum Fook as soon as possible, while Buddhists are not satisfied

Shared by Keong, Jinjang selatan

Posted on July 29, 2022 at 6:22 pm
Sekarang adalah SAMNAK SAMBODHI (Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong) ialah tempat menyimpan hantu dan tempat membuang hantu oleh presiden YIP KUM FOOK (MCA Gombak) kerana presiden ini dalam perkara yang lebih kotor di kuil, dia tidak fikir dia sendiri adalah hantu besar dan syaitan di Malaysia, dari dulu hingga sekarang tidak pernah berhenti buat jahat, hari ini ramai orang Kepong tahu tentang dia dan apa yang dia buat

Sekarang kawan dia musuh dia sebab dia curang dengan kawan karib dia, lepas dia tipu dan jual sebidang tanah di Johor kat Encik Lim dan Encik Lim bayar dia semua, lepas tu Encik Lim nak tengok tanah tu. tetapi tidak ada tanah, Encik Lim adalah yang terakhir mengupah peguam untuk mendapatkan wang itu balik

YIP KUM FOOK tidak berasa malu dan dia sangat bodoh untuk menipu orang, mungkin dari generasi atuk dan nenek, YIP KUM FOOK seperti manusia tidak mudah mati kerana dia perlu menderita di dunia ini untuk masa yang lama, semua yang dia lakukan atau buat, dan semua akan berpindah kepada anak-anaknya akan dapat derita

menambahkan sangat penting untuk menjadi presiden kuil (persatuan Buddha), ini adalah banyak dosa dan karma berat untuk mengikuti ajaran Buddha, agama Buddha bukan untuk anda bermain dan menghina, kerana agama Buddha adalah agama manusia hormati seluruh dunia

satu hari nanti dia akan terima apa yang dia buat, awak tak boleh lari dari apa yang awak buat, awak akan hidup sendiri dan tanpa kawan..kita bersama menolak orang jahat di Malaysia dan kita sayang Malaysia

Daripada Rakyat Kepong (Mr. Ng & Mr. Lim)

Posted on May 30, 2022 at 7:54 pm
About YIP KUM FOOK, it is better to you are escape from the Kepong area because you were my good friend in the previous days until today

YIP KUM FOOK better leave Kuala Lumpur area because someone to report to police and Sentul Police Station and Breakfield Police Station want you

We know you make more mistakes but you can't run away from the country's laws, on last time you can solve problems with pay money to shut people-mouth up, but now it's different, now is the age of technology like the internet

I hope, you will understand me what I said in the verses above, I love you in my heart like my brother and I will protect you from what people gossip about you..ok

Lee, Selayang

Posted on May 28, 2022 at 5:50 pm
Venerable PHRA PIYA DHAMMO is a retired police officer of the Singapore narcotics criminal investigation department, after he retired and he joined the monastic life at the Mahindarama Temple in Penang under Venerable Dr. Elgiriye Indarathana, the incumbent chief at the time

Later, he practiced Buddhist teachings, Dhamma, and temple rules by wearing white clothes for three years before being ordained a Buddhist monk and he lived with a chief monk for five years to study full subjects in Buddhism to follow the rules of Vinaya (culture, morality, meditation and others)

Therefore, my Master (Phra Piya Dhammo) said, he travelled to many places to practice the Dhamma and gain more experience in the areas of Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, and Melaka

And he stopped at SAMNAK SAMBODHI BUDDHIST TEMPLE, Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong for training under a good MASTER there, but so many Ghosts to be bothered as YIP KUM FOOK (lawyer), this YIP KUM FOOK is the president of SAMNAK SAMBODHI and YIP KUM THIS FOOK also called the police to arrest him, using that annoying gangster as well

Many things my Master told us about him traveling for Dhamma training, the worst place in SAMNAK SAMBODHI BUDDHIST TEMPLE because YIP KUM FOOK (lawyer) did not respect the monks and other committee members


Posted on May 9, 2022 at 7:16 pm
we would like to inform everyone about YIP KUM FOOK in what he did bad karma in the past with Buddhist monks because this YIP KUM FOOK pushed many Buddhist monks from SAMNAK SAMBODHI BUDDHIST TEMPLE, in Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong ... and the temple locked doors and so on

YIP KUM FOOK is worse than a ghost for cheating Myanmar money, and some info is here ... he will suffer and his family will also be destroyed in the future, his karma will cause him to die

Many know about YIP KUM FOOK in kepong area because he cheated everyone and cheated women, in his brain full of money

Noted to everyone and care about who is name YIP KUM FOOK and family of YIP KUM FOOK

By Ah Lam, Kepong Baru

Posted on May 9, 2022 at 7:09 pm
we would like to inform everyone about YIP KUM FOOK in what he did bad karma in the past with Buddhist monks because this YIP KUM FOOK pushed many Buddhist monks from SAMNAK SAMBODHI BUDDHIST TEMPLE, in Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong ... and the temple locked doors and so on

YIP KUM FOOK is worse than a ghost for cheating Myanmar money, and some info is here ... he will suffer and his family will also be destroyed in the future, his karma will cause him to die

Many know about YIP KUM FOOK in kepong area because he cheated everyone and cheated women, in his brain full of money

Noted to everyone and care about who is name YIP KUM FOOK and family of YIP KUM FOOK

By Ah Lam, Kepong Baru

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