News & Views
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.”Read More
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.Read More
KUALA LUMPUR, 3 Mei (Bernama) — Berikut adalah kenyataan penuh oleh Ng Yeen Seen, Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif Pusat bagi Penyelidikan, Penasihat & Teknologi (CREATE).
CREATE ialah sebuah pusat penyelidikan yang memberi tumpuan kepada pasaran Asia yang berkembang dengan menyediakan perkhidmatan dasar, strategi, perundingan, hubungan pemegang kepentingan, digital dan komunikasi.Read More
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia bakal berdepan masalah jika semua projek mega dihentikan seperti dimahukan pembangkang jika memenangi Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-14 (PRU-14), 9 Mei ini.
Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif Pusat Penyelidikan, Nasihat dan Teknologi (CREATE), Ng Yeen Seen, berkata pengambilalihan kuasa oleh pembangkang akan membantutkan pertumbuhan ekonomi negara dan kemungkinan menyebabkan Malaysia ketinggalan di belakang Thailand, Vietnam dan Indonesia menjelang 2023.Read More
KUALA LUMPUR: The opposition’s goal to abolish the Goods and Services Tax (GST) will cause the government to lose a huge income stream.
According to a statement by the Centre for Research Advisory and Technology’s chief executive officer, Ng Yeen Seen, since Petronas is not as formidable as it was in the 1980s, 1990s, and the first decade of the 2000s, the government will have to find alternative income sources.Read More
If the Opposition wins:
1. ECRL, TRX, Country Garden and all the China projects will be halted and Malaysia will be sidelined from OBOR (One Belt One Road).
China will buy more palm oil from Indonesia rather than Malaysia. Malaysia’s palm oil industry, after being boycotted by the EU, will have more problems with China’s boycott.
The Kra Isthmus project, a 30km canal funded by China to link the South China Sea and the Gulf of Thailand at the neck of the peninsula will be accelerated and beefed up. A superport hub will be built so that ships do not have to pass through Port Klang.Read More
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.Read More
PETALING JAYA: An analyst has warned of a bleak economic future for Malaysia if the Opposition is voted into power in GE14.
Centre for Research, Advisory and Technology chief executive officer Ng Yeen Seen said Malaysia will be sidelined by China from the Belt and Road Initiative.
She said the Opposition will cease all China-linked projects such as the East Coast Rail Link, Tun Razak Exchange and the Country Garden Forest City development.Read More