Akhbar Singapore, Straits Times melaporkan:
Singapore become worst performer in AsiaSelama Mahathir kelahi dengan SIngapura ada ke dia dapat performance ekonomi berikut:
In contrast to Singapore and the more economically advanced counties as well as our peers, Malaysia is not doing too badly - either in terms of year-on-year growth or even quarter-on-quarter.In fact, our growth accelerated in the 3rd quarter - which goes against most of the other countries listed here.
Pelaburan dengan China akan jadikan berikut:
China successfully plot Singapore into recessionPencacai mahathir mana nampak benda-benda gini? Hati terlalu hitam dan pnuh kebencian untuk seddar apa yang sedang berlaku!!1
According to an in-depth international politics talk show, China is the main reason behind Singapore’s recession today and the plot started from as far back as 10 years ago.
Below is a translation of the key points covered by the talk show:
Host A: Recent quarterly figures GDP revealed that Singapore’s economy has seen a fall of 4.1%, and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said “our economy will eventually turned for the better”. What he exactly mean is that Singapore’s situation is seriously dire, and when will the economy turn for the better – nobody knows.
At a recent dialogue, a university student questioned Lee Hsien Loong “will I still have a future in Singapore? Will we still have good jobs? Why did the Singapore economy suddenly turned for the worst?”
This has to do with China’s One-Belt One-Road policy and Malaysia is a key player in this policy. In recent years, China has been heavily investing in neighbouring state Johor Bahru’s infrastructures – seaport, airport and even now the railway system.
This also means Singapore’s status as a seaport country has been replaced by Shanghai. This year, Singapore’s transport volume is only 80% of Shanghai. Also, China no longer pass their sea goods via Singapore and has instead passed them to neighbouring countries like Malaysia and Indonesia.