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Elaine Tan Remember this.

Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng said

Digital Infra push is for Malaysia Economic Survival

For that purpose Govt allocates RM20.6 billions in Cash or incentives for the digital push.

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For others you can wait.

You don’t wait to buy ARBB.

You BUY ARBB and wait for it to SHINE like a DIAMOND
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A. Attract stakeholders to
Industry 4.0 technologies &
processes, and further
increase Malaysia’s
attractiveness as a preferred
manufacturing location

Attract stakeholders
• Adoption of Industry 4.0
• SME inclusion
•Preferred manufacturing

C. Create the right ecosystem
for Industry 4.0 to be
adopted and align existing
and future development

Create the right ecosystem
• Talent supply & skill levels
• Collaborative platforms
• Digital infrastructure
• Funding support
• Data availability & sharing
• Innovation capacity

T. Transform Malaysia’s
industry capabilities in both a
holistic and an accelerated

Transform industry
• Labour productivity
• Cost efficiency
• Share of high-skilled jobs
• Technology & innovation
• Local technology

= Targeted outcomes
• Higher manufacturing
sector contribution
• More high valueadded products
• Continuing FDIs
17/01/2020 9:22 AM
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17/01/2020 11:16 AM
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17/01/2020 12:26 PM
Elaine Tan US-China phase-one trade deal a boom for lots of service sector

BEIJING : China and the United States pledged in their phase-one trade agreement on Wednesday (Jan 15) to accelerate two-way opening of the financial service sector and expand market access for each other's companies -- a move that is mutually beneficial and in line with China's objectives, analysts said on Thursday.

The countries agreed to provide fair, effective and nondiscriminatory market access for each other's financial companies in sectors such as banking, securities, insurance, futures, asset management, electronic payments and credit rating.

They also reached consensus on macroeconomic policies and exchange rates, recognising that strong fundamentals, sound policies and a resilient international monetary system are essential to exchange rate stability. Stability, in turn, leads to strong and sustainable growth and investment.

The People's Bank of China, the central bank, said in a statement that the agreement reflected the progress China has made to actively push an orderly opening-up of the financial sector, which helps the competitiveness and resilience of the Chinese financial system and will boost China-US cooperation.

Dong Yan, a research fellow at the Institute of World Economics and Politics, noted that financial opening is an established national policy. The country has adopted a fresh round of liberalising measures that largely reflect the content of the agreement on financial services.

"The opening of the financial service sector will be mutually beneficial. The agreement included commitments from both China and the US. It will also enable Chinese financial institutions to go abroad and carry out business in the US market," Dong said.

Under the agreement, China will eliminate foreign equity limits in securities, fund management and futures, as well as in the life insurance, pension and health insurance sectors, no later than April 1. The country will also grant US companies greater market access in the areas of credit rating services, electronic payments and management of debt distress.

Meanwhile, the US affirmed in the agreement that it will expeditiously consider pending requests by Chinese financial institutions, including CITIC Group, China International Capital Corp and China Reinsurance Group.

Dong said that further financial opening will not likely have a negative effect on China's financial security, as it will focus mainly on business cooperation. Chinese regulators will continue to improve their capabilities and make them compatible with the level of opening.

Li Chao, chief researcher of macroeconomy at Huatai Securities, said one highlight of the China-US agreement is the opening-up of the electronic payment sector. It signals that US companies such as Visa and MasterCard will take a step forward in China's vast payment market, Li said in a research note.

In the agreement, the US also promised to give nondiscriminatory treatment to Chinese electronic payment service suppliers, such as UnionPay.

The phase one trade agreement and the bilateral commitment to further liberalise the financial industry have boosted corporate confidence.

"We are encouraged that the United States and China are making progress in addressing the trade concerns that exist between the two countries," American Express said in a written note.

The US company is waiting for the regulatory approval for its Chinese joint venture to start the clearing and settlement business in China.
17/01/2020 12:33 PM
Elaine Tan Wuhan virus claims second victim in China

HONG KONG :- Chinese authorities have reported a second death from a mystery virus that has left dozens of people ill in the city of Wuhan, Hong Kong media reports said.

The Wuhan health authorities reported late on Thursday (Jan 16) that a 69-year-old man, who was first taken ill on Dec 31, died on Wednesday at the Wuhan Jinyintan Hospital in Hubei province after a two-week illness that progressed to multi-organ system failure. His symptoms became more severe on Jan 4, broadcaster RTHK reported.

The first death from the mystery virus occurred in China on Jan 9. The victim was a 61-year-old man who had serious underlying medical conditions.

News of the latest death came hours after it emerged that a second case of the novel coronavirus had been reported outside China. Japanese authorities said that a man in Kanagawa prefcture had fallen ill after visiting Wuhan.

The first case outside China was detected in Thailand on Monday - a 61-year-old Chinese woman who had been hospitalised for high fever and breathing difficulties. She is now in a stable condition.

After the news of the Japanese case emerged, Hong Kong authorities stepped up their monitoring of the disease, ordering private doctors to report cases of fever and respiratory infection in anyone who had been in a mainland hospital or come into contact with anyone who had the new virus, RTHK reported.

Previously, doctors had been required to report such symptoms to the Centre for Health Protection only for patients who had actually been to Wuhan.

There have been no confirmed cases of the disease in Hong Kong so far.

Wuhan has recorded a total of 41 cases of the new virus, of whom five are in a serious condition

In Singapore, a third suspected case was reported on Thursday. The Ministry of Health said a 69-year-old man who travelled to Wuhan has been diagnosed with pneumonia.

The man, a Singaporean, had not visited the seafood wholesale market in Huanan, from whence the new bug is thought to have emerged. Investigations are ongoing to establish whether his illness is linked to the Wuhan disease cluster.

Meanwhile, two Chinese tourists with fever symptoms from Wuhan were quarantined by Vietnam's Ministry of Health and are now under observation after they landed at Danang International Airport on Tuesday.

Hanoi dispatched a medical team to the coastal city and called an emergency meeting on Wednesday on prevention efforts.

The World Health Organisation, which has said that the virus has "some limited human-to-human transmission", is not taking any chances and has warned of a potential wider outbreak.

The region is gearing up on precautionary measures, with an expected surge in Chinese visitors during the Chinese New Year holiday later this month, with more stringent health monitoring checks and quarantine procedures for those who visited Wuhan recently.

Many countries in the region, including Japan and Indonesia, are stepping up health screening of inbound travellers.

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17/01/2020 12:35 PM
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19/01/2020 10:01 AM
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19/01/2020 10:53 AM
Elaine Tan Wan Azizah: Pakatan accepts results of Kimanis by-election as a lesson

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Pakatan Harapan will learn from the outcome of the Kimanis parliamentary by-election and will make changes to win the support of the people, says Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.

"We have heard (the voice of the people) and will take this as a lesson to guide us in improving the situation in order for us to regain the mandate and support of the people," the Deputy Prime Minister told reporters here Sunday (Jan 19).

In the Kimanis parliamentary by-election on Saturday (Jan 18) Barisan Nasional retained the seat after its candidate, Datuk Mohamad Alamin, 48, won by a majority of 2,029 votes, defeating Datuk Karim Bujang, 67, of Parti Warisan Sabah.

Dr Wan Azizah, who is also Pakatan president, said the government respected the decision of the people in Kimanis who might have been caught up by their own issues at the state level and the parliamentary constituency, including over the Sabah Temporary Pass (PSS).

"The important thing is to see where we ourselves can improve, no doubt there are issues such as the PSS and all, but the PSS decision was made during the Barisan government and they now say that it is all our fault.

"This is not true. We made some improvements to it but probably the message was not passed down," she said.

In September last year, the Committee on the Management of Foreign Nationals had agreed to issue the PSS to replace the three documents issued to foreign nationals residing in Sabah, namely the IMM13 passes, census certificate and Kad Burung-Burung beginning June 1 this year.

The proposal on the implementation of the PSS went viral on social media, raising controversies and confusion after the facts were misconstrued by certain parties.

In another development, Dr Wan Azizah said she has left it to the PKR disciplinary board to review and take appropriate action against PKR vice-president Zuraida Kamaruddin, who was given 14 days to respond to a show cause letter, issued to her for allegations of misconduct.

"I will leave it to disciplinary committee because they have to be independent," said the PKR advisory council chairman.

Earlier, the Deputy Prime Minister distributed 500 cartons of mandarin oranges and had a friendly meeting with residents under the Pandan parliamentary constituency at the Pandan Jaya morning market in conjunction with the Chinese New Year celebrations.

Meanwhile in BUTTERWORTH, Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng said Pakatan will take the results of the Kimanis by-election as a lesson and would strive harder in the best interest of the people.

He said all elected representatives must work harder and focus on the people’s needs especially their economic needs.

"We accept the people's decision in retaining the Barisan stronghold and after this, I would advise all elected representatives to put in more effort," he told reporters after the launch of Ops Selamat 16 and the Seberang Prai North Road Safety Campaign in conjunction with the Chinese New Year celebrations here on Sunday.
20/01/2020 8:45 AM
靓女 phoon phoon Malaysia Inc concept now more important than ever, says Dr M

LANGKAWI (Bernama): The concept of Malaysia Incorporated (Malaysia Inc), which integrates the private and public sectors into one common objective, is now more important than ever to achieve the country’s big and ambitious goals, says Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

In his speech at the launch of 5G demonstration projects here on Sunday (Jan 19), the Prime Minister said the concept introduced by him during his first stint as premier still applies to this day.

"Because of such collaboration, I am pleased to see that through the 5G demonstration projects, we have identified 100 use cases, of which, we have 72 5G use cases in 56 Live 5G sites across six states that include Kedah, Kuala Lumpur Federal Territory, Perak, Selangor, Terengganu and Penang,” he said.

Dr Mahathir said in this fast-paced and high-octane world, the country needed to be agile as change is a daily constant.

"If we remain stagnant, we will not be able to compete in the global economy,” he added.

The Prime Minister said since he launched the "5G Malaysia showcase” in April 2019, preparations to deploy 5G had been progressing well and set for commercial roll out in the third quarter of 2020.

"This marks a significant beginning in our nation’s journey towards strengthening our economy to achieve sustainable growth and share the prosperity we gain with our people and ensure that we achieve our target of providing every single citizen in this nation a decent standard of living by 2030,” he said.

Dr Mahathir added that Malaysia risk being left behind if the country does not change as well.

"From the rise of smartphones in 2007 that changed the way we live, to the growth of shale oil in 2014 that triggered one of the largest oil price shocks in history, and to the mighty rise of numerous tech brands like Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Huawei.

"The common denominator was technology,” he said.

Hence, he said the convergence of 5G and different industrial sectors such as agriculture, education, healthcare, manufacturing, smart transportation and tourism, presented new opportunities for industries, society, and individuals to advance their digital ambition and deliver new and better services.

In developing countries, manufacturing continues to be the avenue from subsistence agriculture to rising incomes and living standards.

Similarly, the manufacturing sector had played a key role in turning Malaysia into a major player in the global value chain, he said.

For the past five years, the manufacturing industry has contributed 22% to the country’s gross domestic product.

"Therefore, as the Fourth Industrial Revolution engulfs us, the question we must ask ourselves is - are we ready for it? How do we leverage this transformative technology to enhance productivity and growth?” he asked.

Dr Mahathir said countries like China, the United States and South Korea were already rolling out 5G that will not only provide better experiences for existing applications but also accelerate use cases such as autonomous cars and remote surgeries that were not possible with previous generations of mobile networks.

Citing data by Euromonitor International, he said by 2023, the total sales of Internet retailing in Malaysia would surge to RM30.03bil.

Out of this, RM18bil will be purchases made through smartphones.

This is about three times more than the projected Internet sales of RM11.41bil in 2019.

"Businesses must, however, ensure that technology is able to complement the workforce to become more effective, knowledgeable, and productive.

"Technology that displaces humans runs contrary to the aspiration of the country as outlined in the government’s Shared Prosperity Vision 2030,” he said.

Malaysia, he added, has an abundance of resources as well as prospects, and the country is poised to embark on a new era of growth.

"While this is within our grasp, we are at a tipping point where we can either rise or falter.

"Though the interconnectedness of the economy does not make us immune to global economic headwinds, it is what we continue to strive individually and collectively every day to outperform and push boundaries that will allow us to stay resilient and stride forward confidently,” he noted
20/01/2020 8:51 AM
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20/01/2020 8:53 AM
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20/01/2020 8:59 AM
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20/01/2020 9:00 AM
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IR4.0 beri kesan kepada semua disiplin undang-undang

KUALA LUMPUR, 29 NOV: Revolusi Industri 4.0 (IR4.0) akan memberi kesan kepada semua disiplin undang-undang, ekonomi dan pelbagai industri secara keseluruhan, kata Yang Dipertua Dewan Rakyat Tan Sri Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof.

Beliau berkata IR4.0 boleh dikategori sebagai penggabungan teknologi baharu yang sangat berkuasa yang menghilangkan garisan antara dunia fizikal, digital dan biologi.

“Dengan ketidakpastian yang timbul dari revolusi perindustrian akan datang, peralihan yang tidak pernah berlaku sebelum ini akan mencetuskan peluang dan harapan yang tinggi, tetapi pada masa yang sama akan menimbulkan kebimbangan dan ketidakselesaan.

“Saya rasa kita perlu melihat dengan teliti undang-undang, bagaimana ia akan memberi kesan kepada peguam secara keseluruhan, mungkin peguam akan menjadi berlebihan, semuanya boleh dilakukan menerusi robotik pintar dan sebagainya,” katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian dalam ucapannya pada Persidangan Undang-undang Antarabangsa ke-10 dengan tema ‘Undang-undang, Kerajaan dan Masyarakat: Menangani Cabaran IR4.0’ di Parlimen di sini hari ini.

Persidangan dua hari yang dianjurkan oleh Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) menyediakan platform untuk intelektual daripada pelbagai bidang dan disiplin dalam undang-undang untuk membahaskan dan membincangkan semua aspek undang-undang dengan penekanan khusus terhadap isu kepelbagaian undang-undang.

Di samping itu, beliau berkata teknologi canggih memisahkan produktiviti daripada tenaga kerja.

“Kemajuan yang seterusnya bermakna, kita mencapai sasaran dengan margin yang signifikan, tetapi dengan pekerja yang lebih sedikit.

“Ia terbukti dalam era teknologi, bahawa permintaan untuk buruh berkemahiran rendah telah menurun sementara pekerja yang berpendidikan tinggi dibayar lebih tinggi dan dikehendaki, menyebabkan peningkatan dalam ketidaksamaan,” katanya.
20/01/2020 9:03 AM
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20/01/2020 7:12 PM
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20/01/2020 7:39 PM
THEREALDEAL Preparing SMEs For IR4.0

CIMB Foundation organised an educational programme today to help SMEs align their businesses towards the digital era, especially the 4th Industrial Revolution (IR4.0). Many are simply not ready to deal with the impact IR4.0 will have on the business landscape, particularly in the area of e-commerce.
The primary aim of this programme is to help participants learn from successful cases and understand the value technology can add to their companies. Cheng & Co Group’s Executive Chairman Professor Dato’ Dr Chua Hock Hoo was among the speakers and enlightened the audience on the benefits of Cloud Accounting for SMEs.
Cloud accounting is revolutionising the operational environment for businesses and SMEs must realise the importance of this technology and utilise it to its full potential. Dato’ Dr Chua stressed on how Cloud Accounting can help businesses increase efficiency, enjoy mobility, enhanced security and, crucially, cost savings.

The programme, held at Menara CIMB in KL Sentral and mainly attended by Directors of SMEs that have been in operations for at least two years, also featured talks on the future of e-commerce for SMEs by the Malaysian Digital Economy Corporation and the secrets to successful SME loan applications by CIMB Bank.
20/01/2020 10:39 PM
Elaine Tan How Industry 4.0 is changing relationships between man and machine

The fourth industrial revolution - Industry 4.0 - is already on the way to becoming a reality. With its arrival, the modern manufacturing world is moving towards greater automation. Advanced workplaces are replacing traditional production lines and the relationship between man and machine is taking a leap forward.

No one knows the job better than the person who is doing it - that is the idea behind a package of novel ideas designed to make the most of factory workers' knowledge and experience.

In Seinajoki, Finland, metal company Prima Power is trialing two of the EU’s Factory2Fit project solutions.

This €4m study explores new ways for people and machines to work together.

Dr Eija Kaasinen from technical research centre VTT says the aim is to put people at the centre and to enable them to participate in designing their own work environment.

The workers will also have a say in how the work is organised and can share their own practical knowledge with colleagues.
Globally, automation and robotics are transforming manufacturing as part of the fourth industrial revolution. But this doesn't mean the human element is removed from work.

"Of course there are manual elements - but the work is changing towards knowledge work," explains Dr Eija Kaasinen. "It's more like working with the virtual counterparts of the physical things in the physical world."

The Pre-training Solution, for example, uses 3D models and cloud-based tutorials.

The Knowledge Sharing solution is a way to make the most of all the experience a worker gathers while running complex machinary, especially when something goes wrong, as Prima Power's Mariia Kreposna explains.

"So here the operator can open the additional dialogue box to get extra information about the situation. This is done by sharing the additional text, description, pictures or videos so the idea is in the future whenever the alarm with the same code happens, the operator will be able to learn not only the standard remedies but also other possible reasons and how to prevent this alarm happening in the future."

'Sleep was really important for my work performance'
At the Elekmerk factory in Keuruu, Finland, workers tested the Worker Feedback Dashboard - a biometric monitoring tool - like a fitbit - and an app.

It charts someone's work achievements and their well being - such as sleep and steps taken per day - and shows how the two can be linked.

"When we interviewed factory workers during the project we heard that often they had negative feedback when something is not going well," says VTT's Päivi Heikkilä.. "So we wanted to develop an application that would also give you positive feedback of the fluency of your work and your accomplishments, so feedback of the things that are going well."

Ville Vuarola was one of five workers who wore the wristband for the three-month pilot scheme. He was happy to take part and says he was surprised at how a good night's sleep had a positive impact on his job.

"I was surprised to see how sleeping well influenced my work performance. Together with leisure activities, sleep was really important for my general performance at work," he says.

'We always consider the ethics'
Of all the Factory2Fit solutions, this was the one that proved the most controversial with fears expressed over the possible misuse of workers' data.

But Päivi Heikkilä says these concerns are unfounded.

"When we are developing these kind of solutions we always consider the ethics," she says, "and I want to stress and highlight that this should always be voluntary."

The data gathered is kept on a separate server, not in the factory system.

Researchers expect at least some of their Factory2Fit solutions to be commercially available by the end of next year.

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21/01/2020 9:06 AM
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Ministry to utilise integrated enforcement management system from today

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 20 — The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry (KPDNHEP) has begun to fully utilise the Integrated Enforcement Management System (IEMS) today to conduct price checks on goods.

Minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Ismail said through the system the enforcement of price of goods will be more structured, while the implementation of the IEMS nationwide would be done in stages.

“With this system, the previous manual implementation will be replaced with a more sophisticated electronic system with programmed tools,” he said after launching the Integrated Enforcement Management System here today.

He said the system would also reduce human error, streamline records and avoid negative perceptions that the summon amount could be manipulated.

“The system will be implemented in six states, namely the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, Melaka, Selangor, Perlis and Negri Sembilan and it will be implemented throughout the country in stages,” he said.

Saifuddin Nasution said the ministry’s enforcement officers inspect between 700,000 and 800,000 premises annually and issue between RM3.5 million to RM4 million worth of compounds a year.

He said failure to display price tags and using the old weighing tool was among the most common offences committed by traders.

Meanwhile, Saifuddin Nasution said 16 kinds of goods were priced under the implementation of the Festive Season Maximum Price Control Scheme (SHMMP) in conjunction with this year’s Chinese New Year celebration, an addition of three items compared to 13 during the same festive season last year.

The three additional items are red chilli, tomatoes and potatoes imported from China.

Among the items listed under the price control scheme are live chicken, standard chicken (slaughtered and cleaned with feet, head, liver and and gizzard or any part thereof), super chickens (slaughtered and cleaned without feet, head, liver and gizzard), grade A, B and C chicken eggs (by weight each), imported round cabbage (Indonesia and China not including Beijing cabbage) and Chinese garlic, white pomfret, large white prawns, live pigs, pork (belly) and pork (meat and fat).

Saifuddin Nasution said the pricing of goods for the states was made in accordance with the current market price and took into account the change in prices, especially for imported goods.

He was also satisfied with the prices of goods at NSK Trade City which was deemed to be very low in conjunction with this year’s festive celebration.

“The price tags are clearly displayed. The price reduction when selling the goods is very significant, for example red chillies should be sold for RM13 per kilo, but instead is offered at RM8.88,” he said.

He said inspections would be conducted by his ministry from time to time at selected premises throughout the duration of the scheme.

Prices of goods will be monitored from January 20 to February 2.
21/01/2020 9:25 AM
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21/01/2020 11:19 AM
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21/01/2020 11:46 AM
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21/01/2020 12:05 PM
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21/01/2020 11:46 AM
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21/01/2020 12:05 PM
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21/01/2020 3:43 PM
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21/01/2020 3:46 PM
THEREALDEAL Employees must reskill themselves for IR4.0

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 12 -- In moving towards Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IR4.0), employees are advised to reskill themselves from now on if they want a promising career in the future.

The National Tech Association of Malaysia (PIKOM) chairman Ganesh Kumar Bangah said this is because digital transformation would bring constant changes and employees must embrace as well as be prepared to adapt with the changes.

“We cannot wait to start on digitalisation…the government has allocated a lot of funding to adopt IR4.0. The job in the future will be different from today; if you are in a job that can be replaced by AI (artificial intelligence) or robots, you have to make sure to reskill yourselves.

“So we need to update now. The challenge we are facing is people don’t understand what IR4.0 is,” he told Bernama at the Asian Oceania Computing Organisation - Pikom Digital Summit 2019 here today.

Ganesh said this summit was organised to give exposure to IR4.0 as well as enhance the engagement among industry players, increase business opportunities and promote growth for the tech industry.

The three-day summit, which began yesterday, has attracted more than 600 participants from over 13 countries in the Asia-Pacific region including Bangladesh, India, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Riding on the theme of 'Defining The Future', the summit will see more than 35 local and regional speakers deliberate on key topics that would define the growing role of technology.
21/01/2020 5:06 PM
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21/01/2020 5:07 PM
Elaine Tan Buy very low. Sell very high. That is what I always try to do.

I queued buy since, GOOD SIGN INDEED!!

Just now remmiser called to say my queue at buy for 0.295 sen finally matched

I bought till no more fund.
Now will sell others to collect more and more arbb shares!

thank lord
21/01/2020 5:11 PM

“These aren’t slow growers; these are no growers.” Lynch said turnaround companies are “battered, depressed and often can barely drag themselves into Chapter 11.” If they survive and fix their problems, however, they can rebound very quickly and stock prices are least related to the overall market. One of Lynch’s favorites in this category was Chrysler (now Fiat Chrysler (NYSE:FCAU)); it was also a cyclical stock, although that aspect was not as pronounced. From the time he bought in 1982, it became a five-bagger in two years and 15-bagger in five years. He found many opportunities among these temporary losers.

Read again

“These aren’t slow growers; these are no growers.” Lynch said turnaround companies are “battered, depressed and often can barely drag themselves into Chapter 11.


If thegreedz can call Cyclical "gruesome" then what will he call "turnaround?

He will be horrified!

Like he was so horrified when we recommended arbb7181


So dumb indeed!!

Read again very very carefully Peter Lynch;s wise words from experience

If they survive and fix their problems, however, they can rebound very quickly and stock prices are least related to the overall market.





Last year many stocks crashed but SOME STOCKS DID WELL




A 10 BAGGARS MEAN A STOCK THAT CAN GAIN 10 X (times) or 1,000%

21/01/2020 5:14 PM
ThegreedZ the company with cashless....so pity....try to influnce buyer with stupid article......
21/01/2020 5:35 PM
ThegreedZ people are watching ... ...
21/01/2020 5:37 PM
21/01/2020 6:01 PM
Elaine Tan According to MASTER Warren Buffet

Investing in Cyclicals "market timing" is of utmost importance

We can only buy when there is a CATALYST FOR UPTURN

For IR4.0 there was billions for upstream


21/01/2020 6:04 PM
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21/01/2020 6:05 PM
Elaine Tan YES INDEED ThegreedZ people are watching YOU ... ...
21/01/2020 6:05 PM
kenny chua elain tan, this arsehole is just spilling lies, ignore him! kaki pondan thegreedz
21/01/2020 6:07 PM
kenny chua WealthSoWonderful There is now an investor
Who deems himself of great calibre
He only loves premium priced stock
Believes that only they can rock
But now it's all fluster and bluster
What a foolhardy and major blunderer
21/01/2020 6:09 PM
kenny chua Jason Upton – We Are One In The Spirit Lyrics
We are one in the Spirit
We are one in the Lord
We are one in the Spirit
We are one in the Lord

And we pray that all unity
May one day be restored
And they'll know we are Christians
By our love, By our love
Yes, they'll know we are Christians
By our love

We will walk with each other
We will walk hand in hand
We will walk with each other
We will walk hand in hand
And together we'll spread the news
That God is in our land

We will work with each other
We will work side by side
We will work with each other
We will work side by side
And we'll guard each man's dignity
And save each man's pride

All praise to the Father
From whom all things come
And all praise to Christ Jesus His only son
And all praise to the Spirit
Who makes us one

Make us one, Lord!

Make us one, Lord!

21/01/2020 6:11 PM
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Naysayers talk down at Arb and Ageson ?

i also loaded up lots of Arb and Ageson

Arb go go go
Ageson also go go go

All bull stocks will go up hand in hand and side by side

All happy now
Very extremely happy later
21/01/2020 6:12 PM


The specific goals and targets are in support of the national vision for the transformation of the manufacturing sector. They guide and measure Malaysia’s
progress in improving productivity, strengthening the innovation capacity and capability, driving the shift to a higher skilled workforce, and expanding the
overall contribution of the manufacturing sector to the national economy.

To increase the level of productivity in the manufacturing sector

To elevate the contribution of the manufacturing sector to the economy

To strengthen our innovation capacity and capability, reflected in global
innovation rankings

To increase the number of high-skilled workers in the manufacturing sector

The targets for 2025, developed from 2016 baseline figures:

Productivity of the
manufacturing industry
per person

From RM106,647
To increase by

Absolute contribution in
Ringgit Malaysia (RM) term
from the manufacturing sector
to the national economy

From RM254 billion
To RM392 billion

Global Innovation
Index ranking

From #35
To top 30 nations

Numbers of high-skilled
workers in the
manufacturing sector

From 18%
to 35%
22/01/2020 9:54 AM

Stick with ARBB (7181)

HOPEFULLY Next Target to cross is Rm0.70

After that Rm1.00!

The fundamental for ARBB (7181) can only get better as it has operations in Malaysia, China and coming soon neighboring country!!!!!

22/01/2020 9:57 AM
Elaine Tan agree to the real deal, arb is the best! salute arb!
22/01/2020 9:58 AM
Elaine Tan You must be the change you wish to see in the world.Live for what’s worth dying for, and leverage technology to create the world you wish to see.God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.Happy happy day arb investors!
22/01/2020 10:01 AM
EatCoconutCanWin sell...run before cny.. tong tong chiang lol
22/01/2020 10:39 AM
kenny chua Greatness comes from the desire to do extraordinary things—to reach beyond the status quo and relentlessly chase your dreams. It all starts with setting and achieving goals, but when you aim higher than where you set your mark, you force yourself to get better, one victory at a time.

There is greatness inside all of us, but first we must choose to be great. With a finite amount of time to live your ideal life, the time to embrace your inner excellence is always now.
22/01/2020 10:47 AM
RJ87 How deep are you guys? I punt also didn't go this extreme to punt.

Let say ARBB makes 10mil next quarters, can someone share with me what's the EPS when it's fully diluted? Have u guys counted that yet?
22/01/2020 10:50 AM
靓女 phoon phoon be prepare guys, its goreng time, sapu clean up all the undervalue shares from arbb7181, wait for the right time to fly high!“Be greedy when others are fearful and fearful when others are greedy.' Easier said than done for the vast majority of stock traders. ... On every stock trade there is someone who wants to sell and someone who wants to buy, at least at a particular price. ...the person who is selling thinks that she is getting out just in time while the person buying thinks that he is about to make good money.
... The truth is that the market doesn't really reflect some magical perfect valuation of a stock under the efficient market hypothesis. It reflects the mass consensus of how actual individual investors value the stock. It is the sum total of everyone's hopes and fears...”
22/01/2020 10:52 AM
RJ87 I'm trying to figure out the "mass consensus" of 10mil profit but 0.7sen EPS trading at 30 sen for PE 11. Do you think market are interested still? I think should be something like DNEX. About the same numbers of shares. About the same EPS and margin. About the same business.

I'm interested in LOA and PO than MOU and later followed by good EBITDA margin.
If a business is not making any business sense. Then I wonder how the mass establish their consensus?

Come...sell me good business... show me good numbers.

Here's few numbers I don't like, In cash flow statement, cumulative Trade receivable was 14mil in Jun. Then, Sep reports 8 mil profits, but cumulative trade receivables increased to 44mil. What it means is, ARBB havent collect a penny from since Mac last year. Their profit is "profit". Are you guys aware of that? However, it's pretty obvious that the management is selling hope and numbers that hasn't materialize.
22/01/2020 11:35 AM


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