Thursday, February 28, 2008

Chinese concern on fuel price hikes, inflation

According to a 26 Feb report in Sin Chew Daily, the President of the Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) William Cheng has called on the post-election government to "cautiously manage" fuel price and inflation. Cheng was also quoted as saying that while ordinary people are concerned about the rise of the cost of living, businessmen are also generally worried about the "chain reactions" of fuel price increases.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...


10:22 AM  
Blogger Monsterball said...

A lot of businessmen supported Mahathir during his time because he was, above all, pro-business.

Many Chinese businessmen are finding a much more heavy-handed approach to government policies under the Bedol regime.

Bedol is not a racist, but he can't manage his bureaucracy and machais. They are implementing a much more uncompromising approach to NEP and other restrictive government policies.
Of course, we need to hold Bedol and his party responsible for this.

He can't say "Vote for Me - but I'm not responsible for all the problems created by the government administration".

8:20 PM  

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