Category: Press Release

【星洲日报】黄颖欣:内阁成员优秀·喜见郭鹤年等任顾问

(雪兰莪.八打灵再也12日讯)研究谘询与技术中心(CREATE)首席执行员黄颖欣说,首相敦马哈迪今日宣布优秀的内阁成员,这是一个非常公平的宣布,并且是国阵掌权时代前所未见的。

该中心首席执行员黄颖欣在文告中说,内阁在相隔许久之后重新迎回华裔财政部长,更令人惊喜的是首相委任大马首富郭鹤年及前国行总裁丹斯里洁蒂为政府顾问团。

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【e南洋商报】黄颖欣:带动中小企 内阁初步阵容均衡利经济

(吉隆坡12日讯)马来西亚研究、普询和科技中心(CREATE)总执行长黄颖欣指出,今日公布的内阁初步阵容及资政理事会阵容非常均衡,对大马经济是一项有利的发展。

她发表文告说,这是国阵长期执政期间,未曾一见的强盛阵容。

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Press Release: Line up of cabinet members on 12 May 2018

The Centre for Research, Advisory and Technology ( CREATE ) congratulates the PM for appointing an impressive line up of cabinet members this afternoon.

CREATE CEO Ng Yeen Seen commented in a statement today that this is a very balanced announcement which she has not seen in the BN administration for a long time. “It is unprecedented to see the appointment of a Chinese Finance Minister in Cabinet in a very long time. I am even more pleased to see eminent personalities like Robert Kuok, Tan Sri Zeti to be appointed as advisors to the Government.”

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Press release from the CREATE on 11 May 2018

The Centre for Research, Advisory and Technology ( CREATE ) congratulates the people of Malaysia for making a firm decision in exercising our democratic rights.

Now, it is our burden to ensure that the newly elected PH Federal Government and even all Governments in the States to uphold this democratic wishes of the people.

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RE: The Star article page 20, 02 May 2018

01 May 2018

If Opposition wins:

1. ECRL, TRX, Country Garden and all the China projects will be halted and Malaysia will be sidelined from OBOR. China will buy more palm oil from Indonesia rather than Malaysia, Kara Isthmus, a 30 km canal funded by China to link South China Sea and Gulf of Thailand at the neck of the peninsula will be accelerated and beefed up. A super port hub will be built so that ships do not have to pass through Port Klang. Malaysia’s Palm Oil industry problems after boycotted by EU will be compounded by China’s boycott. Our Port industry especially West Port and Port Tanjung Pelepas will decline and many Malaysians will lose their job. Shipping, logistics and even manufacturing will decline as Malaysia , strategically positioned between the East and West Sea lane via the Straits of Malacca will lose its significance. It will become cheaper for factories to relocate to Thailand . Industry 4.0 will also take a bad hit , not to mention the DFTZ.

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