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Re: Sabah Negeri Paling Miskin????

Postby aurelia » Mon May 02, 2011 2:08 pm

kepalakelapa wrote:
aurelia wrote:Bah marilah kita ramai2 pi memaitung... sy ikut di belakang saja ni.. :slaugh:

kijap dulu bagus kita paitung dulu jalanraya d tempat sendiri nanti santik pla tempat orang tapi tempat sendiri mau runtuh sudah jalan sbb tidak kana paitung. :thumbup1:


Bukan c BPR bilang murah ka kena byr klu paitung tempat sendiri... mesekin laini... :slaugh:
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Re: Sabah Negeri Paling Miskin????

Postby kepalakelapa » Mon May 02, 2011 2:14 pm

aurelia wrote:
kepalakelapa wrote:
aurelia wrote:Bah marilah kita ramai2 pi memaitung... sy ikut di belakang saja ni.. :slaugh:

kijap dulu bagus kita paitung dulu jalanraya d tempat sendiri nanti santik pla tempat orang tapi tempat sendiri mau runtuh sudah jalan sbb tidak kana paitung. :thumbup1:


Bukan c BPR bilang murah ka kena byr klu paitung tempat sendiri... mesekin laini... :slaugh:

saya bah yang cakap tu... :tounge:
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Re: Sabah Negeri Paling Miskin????

Postby aurelia » Mon May 02, 2011 2:51 pm

kepalakelapa wrote:saya bah yang cakap tu... :tounge:


Nah.. mesekin laini mau memaitung tempat sendiri... :slaugh:
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Re: Sabah Negeri Paling Miskin????

Postby MERDEKA » Mon May 02, 2011 6:11 pm

copy dari Malaysia Mirror nov 2010

NEWS FOCUS KOTA KINABALU - The World Bank (WB) in Washington has confirmed through a new study that Sabah is not only the poorest state in Malaysia but it’s likely to stay that way for a considerable length of time given current efforts in poverty eradication.

The bottomline was that Malaysia’s economic planning in Sabah so far has not been for inclusive growth.

The study contained in the World Bank’s 2010 Malaysia Economic Monitor (MEM), the third in its series, was handed over last night to the state government by WB representative Emmanuel Jimenez, also Human Development Sector Director (East Asia and Pacific Region).

“Although efforts by the Government have somewhat brought down the poverty rate, it’s still not enough,” said Jimenez. “The MEM shows that Sabahans continue to struggle to make ends meet. This is more evident in the outskirts of the towns.”

Sabah is far behind other states

According to Jimenez, the deep levels of poverty in Sabah could be seen from the fact that although the state has only 10 per cent of Malaysia’s population, it has 40 per cent of the poverty. In contrast, Selangor which has nearly a quarter of the country’s population has less than 10 per cent of the poor.

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selapas hampir 50 thn masuk tanah Malaya .
Apa Kita masuk dengan langkah kaki kanan .
Nampak nya Selangor bertua Negeri terkaya.
Sabahan bumi kaya masih mencari sesuap makanan.
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Re: Sabah Negeri Paling Miskin????

Postby rockoz » Mon May 02, 2011 6:22 pm

siapa yg bersalah..? c'melayu ka..?
:)..tp kita jgn pcy bulat2 ni ckp urg luar... tau la dr THE WORLD BANK kunun...tp peranan diurang cukup kaC kucar kacir negara... kalau skrg...d Sabah ni maC lg urg bulih kaC keluar semua model terbaru hilux,ford,nissan...
dan kalau mau dibandingkan negeri Sabah dengan negara somalia (contohla)... negeri Sabah maC yg lbh baik lagi... perbandingan mengatakan Sabah negara miskin memang blh diterima, tp kalau dibandingkan Sabah dgn Kedah... rasanya, Sabah lg bagus...
bgs lg anak2 Sabah tumpukan kepada kerja perniagaan, bkn bgantung kerja dgn kerajaan sj...atau swasta... utk yg berani la...kalau nda berani, well...kita negari miskin:) miskin diatas kertas...
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Re: Sabah Negeri Paling Miskin????

Postby kepalakelapa » Fri May 06, 2011 9:43 pm

rockoz wrote:siapa yg bersalah..? c'melayu ka..?
:)..tp kita jgn pcy bulat2 ni ckp urg luar... tau la dr THE WORLD BANK kunun...tp peranan diurang cukup kaC kucar kacir negara... kalau skrg...d Sabah ni maC lg urg bulih kaC keluar semua model terbaru hilux,ford,nissan...
dan kalau mau dibandingkan negeri Sabah dengan negara somalia (contohla)... negeri Sabah maC yg lbh baik lagi... perbandingan mengatakan Sabah negara miskin memang blh diterima, tp kalau dibandingkan Sabah dgn Kedah... rasanya, Sabah lg bagus...
bgs lg anak2 Sabah tumpukan kepada kerja perniagaan, bkn bgantung kerja dgn kerajaan sj...atau swasta... utk yg berani la...kalau nda berani, well...kita negari miskin:) miskin diatas kertas...

tu kertas undi bah yang kasi tentu nasib sabah...tapi kaya pla PTI kan :hmmm:
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Re: Sabah Negeri Paling Miskin????

Postby Joshua » Sat May 07, 2011 4:37 pm

with the latest increase of ron 97 of 20 cents, more troubles for Sabah..
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Re: Sabah Negeri Paling Miskin????

Postby Shu Khi » Thu May 12, 2011 8:16 am

Saya tidak setuju dengan sistem Cabotagge
Cabotage policy keeping Sabahans poor
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| January 10, 2011

Industry players have blamed the 30-year-old cabotage policy for Sabah's high cost of living.

KOTA KINABALU: The unresolved cabotage policy imposed on Sabah (and Sarawak) has been blamed for the high cost of living and soaring prices of good and services in the states.

“In Sabah, the cabotage policy is the reason for the difference between prices of goods and services here and in the peninsula.

“Whatever you buy for RM1 in Kuala Lumpur, you pay at least RM1.30 in Kota Kinabalu. The prices are higher in the rural areas,” said a transport company employee.

Imposed in 1980 by the federal government in a bid to integrate all Malaysian maritime laws under the Ministry of Transport, the policy, according to industry players, has “discriminated and disfranchised” Sabah for the past 30 years.

They said the cabotage policy, aided by the existing leadership, could “jeopardise” the future of the state.

Speaking to FMT recently, the Federation of Sabah Manufacturers (FSM) said the federal government must abolish the cabotage policy if it hoped to achieve Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak’s aspiration to see “an exponential growth” in the national economy.

FSM president Wong Khen Thau said past promises made by the ruling administration to “liberalise” the policy were never kept.

Under the existing policy, only Malaysian-flagged ships are allowed to transport locally-manufactured goods from the peninsula to Sabah.

“This means only a small segment, probably less than 200 containers a month, may be coming into the state.

“I do not think it is going to benefit us very much,” Wong said.

Still the fact that the federal government had made promises to “liberalise” the policy and has done little to keep them is a sore point with the industry here.

Unkept promises

According to Wong, the federal government had agreed in 2009 to liberalise the cabotage policy for containerised transshipment cargoes for sectors between Sepanggar, Bintulu, Kuching and Tanjung Pelepas and vice-versa.

The “selective liberalisation” would have allowed foreign vessels to carry these cargoes between the sectors without the need for a domestic shipping licence.

But the full-scale implementation of the liberalisation never took place.

“The government promised to liberalise the cabotage policy in 2009 but it never took off.

“Then transport minister Ong Tee Kiat had promised to come back to FSM for more dialogues but it never materialised. The 30-year-old cabotage policy has adversely affected Sabah,” he said.

Wong said that so far the “only partial liberalisation” was done on containerised transshipment cargoes arriving in Kota Kinabalu from foreign countries but via Port Klang.

“So far only partial liberalisation has been implemented. And this too only on foreign-registered container cargoes arriving in Kota Kinablau via Port Klang,” he added.

Wong said that a “full liberalisation” of the cabotage policy would give importers and exporters in Sabah and Sarawak an opportunity to enjoy low fare due to competition in the shipping transport sector.

This in turn would translate into cheaper consumer goods, he said.

Currently, foreign vessels (foreign shipping companies) are not allowed to transport Malaysian goods produced in the peninsula to Sabah.

“Likewise, foreign vessels are not allowed to take goods produced in Sabah to Tanjung Pelepas or Port Klang because this so-called domestic trade was only for local/Malaysian-owned vessels.

“In other words, (partial) liberalisation of the policy only covers transshipment of goods which come from overseas and land in Port Klang, and not locally manufactured goods from the peninsula,” Wong said.

NKEAs relevant in Sabah

He said that FSM had in 2009 pointed out to the federal government that if such a cabotage policy continued, not many foreign vessels would want to come in to only take goods to Sabah or Sarawak, unless they are allowed to carry locally-manufactured goods from the peninsula to Sabah, and vice-versa.

“But there has been no response. We know the government’s intention is to take care of the Malaysian shipping industry and help ensure its survival, but it should not forget the industries and consumers in Sabah,” he said.

In August last year, Federation of Chinese Association Sabah president Sari Tan had also urged the federal government to abolish the cabotage policy, which he said was “affecting Sabah’s ability to grow”.

While supporting Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak’s aim to turn Malaysia into a high-income generating nation by 2020, he said this goal was only possible if liberalisation of policies was in place.

He said the National Key Economic Areas (NKEA) Laboratory has identified 12 NKEAs, under the 10th Malaysia Plan, and these include petroleum, gas, energy, palm oil, financial services, tourism, business services, electric and electronic, wholesale and retail, education, communication, agriculture and Greater Kuala Lumpur.

Of the 12 NKEAs, Sari said, nine were relevant to Sabah.

“Since 92% of the NKEAs will depend on the participation of the private sector, there is still a lot that needs to be done to facilitate private sector investment specifically for Sabah,” he said.
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Re: Sabah Negeri Paling Miskin????

Postby Shu Khi » Thu May 12, 2011 8:28 am

Lain-lain...

1. Rakyat Sabah buli jadi kaya secara automaik..jika kerajaan menstabilkan semua harga barang dan perkhidmatan di Sabah sama seperti di Semenanjung. Pendapatan perkapita antara Sabah dan Sarawak adalah lebih kurang sama,tapi di Sarawak kita boleh anggap mereka kaya sebab harga rumah di sana murah..rumah teres masih di bawah RM200K, di Sabah tiada sudah harga rumah di bawah RM200K.so secara logiknya orang Sabah miskin wpun kerja pegawai kerajaan gred 41 sebab cuma mampu beli apartment.

2. Syarikat-syarikat di Sabah mengguna pakai Akta Buruh Malaysia dan bukannya Ordinan Buruh Sabah. Dengan itu semua syt wajib menentapkan gaji minima setaraf dengan gaji pekerja di SM.
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Re: Sabah Negeri Paling Miskin????

Postby Joshua » Thu May 12, 2011 8:40 am

mana adil di Sabah dalam Malaysia?
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