The way events are unfolding in the global economy now, businesses from developed countries like the U.S.A can’t maintain that costs are the sole reasons for their setting up shop outside the U.S.A.

With President Trump applying the heat, it is only natural that American firms will return to the U.S.A. sooner than expected.

That action of President Trump spells trouble for the developing countries, economically and financially.



A host of items are plaguing the current economic malaise in Malaysia.

Malaysians are not bold enough to take the lead.

With the GLCs and GLICs participating in the private sector, raising capital is difficult for the private sector to play its true role in the Malaysian economy. The current government is not interested to propel the Malaysian economy to greater heights.

Hence, it is going to be a rough ride for Malaysians in the coming future, economically and financially.