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Posted by admin2 on July 6, 2015 at 12:40 pm
For the first five months of 2009, exports of the wood and wood-based sub-sector, encompasses both wood and paper products, fell 19.3 per cent to RM5.3 billion compared to the corresponding period last year. This was a result of dampened demand from Malaysia’s major export markets, such as the USA and Europe.

To streamline and improve the efficiency of the timber sub-sector, the government launched the National Timber Policy (NATIP) on 17 February 2009. Among its objectives, NATIP serves to ensure that the industry continues to enhance its competitiveness in the global marketplace.

The Government continues to promote higher value-added downstream activities through the provision of special funding and grants. These support facilities assist Malaysian companies in setting up and expanding infrastructure facilities, R&D, training and streamlining procedures to facilitate increased production.

The Malaysian government has also embarked on several initiatives to enhance market access. These initiatives include Voluntary Partnership Agreement (VPA) with the European Commission (EC). This agreement aims at combating illegal logging and reducing illegally harvested timber. Malaysia is the first country to commence formal negotiations to conclude a VPA and this should help ensure that Malaysian wood products will have a better access to the EU market.

In 2008, a total of 87 projects with investments of RM1.2 billion were approved for the wood and wood-based product sub-sector. In 2009, for the period of January – May 2009, Malaysia received a total investment of RM135.6 million for the sub-sector involving 14 projects.

5 comments for this post

Posted on February 27, 2023 at 3:06 pm
Dear Sir and Madam,

We are from the Buddhist community in Malaysia and we want to inform more about Datuk Yip Kum Fook on social media or internet news because it is very bad, embarrassing for Buddhists in Malaysia, and abroad

Our topic is Datuk Yip Kum Fook is a lawyer, MCA Gombak, President of SAMNAK SAMBODHI BUDDHIST ASSOCIATION in Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong and others. He is very bad for the Buddhist Temple because he plays politics in the Temple, cheats money and cheats women for sex everywhere. Now many are boycotting him

We have already written to too many organizations and Buddhists societies (Temples) in Malaysia and abroad to protect Buddhism and other religions in the world. On the other hand, we plan to have a letter to the Sultan of Selangor to return the title of Datuk to the Sultan of Selangor as soon as possible, this makes the Sultan of Selangor embarrassed and of poor quality

Again, in the internet, so many people comments and posts about Datuk Yip Kum Fook and they say bad things to Datuk Yip Kum Fook, this also causes MCA to lose for any election because everyone goes to research the internet as technology nowadays.

Finally, we thank you for your kind cooperation in this matter and we hope to hear good news from you as soon as possible… we love our Buddhists and MCA in Malaysia

With kindly
Buddhist group in Kepong

Posted on July 20, 2022 at 3:25 pm
YIP KUM FOOK (Gombak MCA) sangat ingin menghina Sami Buddha dan menjatuhkan imej Buddha kerana sentiasa menghina kuil Buddha (SAMNAK SAMBODHI), menghalau Sami Buddha dan menggunakan polis di Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong

Juga YIP KUM FOOK menipu wang Sami Buddha Myanmar (Ven. U Nandiya) kira-kira RM20, 000.00 pada tahun 2000, kini ramai yang beriman mengetahuinya tetapi dia tidak pernah memalukan orang di Malaysia, juga tidak pernah memalukan kepada Buddhis di Malaysia

YIP KUM FOOK membakar Kuil Hindu di Taman Daya, Kepong, kerana dia mahu tempat itu menjadi kedai perabot, juga masa itu dia ketua MCA di sana, ya semuanya ada sejarah

Politik sebegini, kita perlu buang dari masyarakat manusia, politik seperti YIP KUM FOOK, rakyat akan mati pada masa hadapan, sekarang ramai orang kata, dia seorang terkaya di Kepong, dia ada lebih 10 bangunan dan juga banyak wang

Kongsi oleh Wei, Selayang

Posted on July 1, 2022 at 6:51 pm
My son becoming a lawyer usually takes seven years. Lawyer candidates need four years of university study to earn a bachelor’s degree and an additional three years of law school. Six to 12 months of on the job training while overshadowing a well-established lawyer is usually part of the process as well

But YIP KUM FOOK is very clever and smart can earn law degree in faster than Lee Kuan Yew and Lee graduated First Class in both parts of the Tripos with an exceptional Starred-First for Part II Law in 1949 with Kwa. As the top student of his cohort, he was awarded the Fitzwilliam's Whitlock Prize; Lee was called to the bar at the Middle Temple in 1950

YIP KUM FOOK don't have to study the law hard but get the law quickly, maybe this YIP KUM FOOK is a child of GOD or a lucky person

Ah Hock….Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong

Posted on July 1, 2022 at 12:14 pm
The King (Agong) of Malaysia also allowed his people to live in Malaysia in peace and happiness, YIP KUM FOOK did not allow Buddhists to live in Buddhist temples, YIP KUM FOOK was so proud of himself that he managed to plan to remove Buddhist monks out of temples

Each Sangha has a Guru and their mentor, if any Sangha has made trouble or disturbed any community, the community committee can report directly to the place where the sangha resides on a regular basis, that the Sangha will return to their places or temples

But YIP KUM FOOK need to know a little bit about Sanghas rules because you are a lawyer and you are a law graduate or a law degree is an academic degree conferred for studies in law, this little bit law you also don't know, how to be a lawyer in Malaysia, this makes Malaysian lawyers very low standard at all

Hope everyone needs to be careful and if you need to use a lawyer to solve your problem, also please choose a good lawyer

Miss Ang, Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong

Posted on May 10, 2022 at 7:02 am
In this world YIP KUM FOOK is very lucky because he is a lawyer do not have to study law, also do not have to go to law school, other lawyers have to study law for up to six years to become a full lawyer

YIP KUM FOOK is a good friend of mine and he is a businessman as furniture items in Taman Daya, close to Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong and also he is like playing politics, in 1990 something he became MCA chairman in Taman Daya, Kepong…

Later, he became the president of SAMNAK SAMBODHI BUDDHIST TEMPLE, Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong in 1994 something and he rejected the old president (Shia Kok Sun), then he took the presidency at that time, that everyone knows about it, in what happened at SAMNAK SAMBODHI

He wants to be a lawyer because he wants to play politics, many politicians have some degree or gradually in education, and he also follows people in what they have, he does not see himself from what he came, now many know the origin of YIP KUM FOOK as well…..

Ah Chin, Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong

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