Sep 11, 2011

anwar gagal - blackberry melabur di malaysia

sumber : utusan syaitan

mula mula baca berita atas ni, gua steady je. memang gua perasan baru baru ni ada kecoh sikit sebab RIM (blackberry) tak jadi buka kilang di indonesia, sebaliknya pilih malaysia. sebulan sebelum tu pula, isu yang hampir sama berlaku bila Bosch juga pilih untuk buka kilang di malaysia, dan bukan di indonesia. jadi normal la bila ada pihak tertentu tarik muka tak puas hati. keh keh keh lantak la, itu masalah lu orang, bukan masalah gua.

masalahnya sekarang ni dekat perenggan terakhir yang gua highlight hijau tu. kah kah kah! memang tak sah kalau utusan syaitan ni tak tambah ayat ayat busuk untuk burukkan musuh utama umno, siapa lagi kalau bukan anwar ibrahim. gua bantai sengih. sengih yang mengundang gua buka google di tab sebelah dan siasat sikit sikit hal pelaburan asing ni.

kalau ikut ayat last sekali tu, dia kata pemilihan RIM dan Bosch ni menunjukkan pelabur asing yakin dengan malaysia. ok gua setuju. tapi bila gua google balik, rupanya kedua dua syarikat gergasi tersebut sama sama buka kilang operasi mereka di PULAU PINANG! kah kah kah! penang ni negeri pakatan rakyat kan? yang kononnya ketua menteri dia paling kuat seleweng tu kan? kah kah kah! lepas tu kebetulan pulak anwar berasal dari penang. kah kah kah! kenapa utusan tak tulis sekali woi! tulis la besar besar kilang tu dua dua bukak dekat PULAU PINANG! kah kah kah! kah kah kah! kah kah kah!

ok bawah ni gua sertakan gambar dan artikel tambahan pasal pelaburan RIM dan Bosch (yang utusan tak bagitau..)

Left to right: David Jollimore, Senior Director of Global Manufacturing at RIM, Randolph Mank, High Commissioner of Canada to Malaysia, Dany Bolduc, Vice President of Malaysia at RIM, Douglas Bingeman, Trade Commissioner of Canadian High Commission, and Zabidah Daud, Director of Malaysian Industrial Development Authority have their hands on the BlackBerry Curve 3G smartphones fresh off the assembly line at the new manufacturing plant in Penang, Malaysia. Sumber : YS TECH


Facility will employ 2,000 people.

Industrial group Bosch will invest 520 million euros (U.S. $750 million) in a solar-panel factory in Malaysia, the company said on June 22. Construction of the factory will begin this year in the northwest Penang region and will employ 2,000 people once operational.

"With this investment, Bosch is moving further along the path of internationalization it has already set for its photo-voltaic business," said Bosch chairman Franz Fehrenbach. Once fully ramped up, the factory will supply enough solar panels to power 300,000 Malaysian homes, the company said.

It is one of the largest building projects in the company's history.
Copyright Agence France-Presse, 2011


notasemut : tahukah anda Penang made history when it recorded a total investment of RM12.24 billion, beating all other states in Malaysia? tahukah anda wahai pencacai? tahu? (sumber : freemalaysiakini)