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Malaysia headed for full-blown political crisis – Malaysia Today

Malaysia headed for full-blown political crisis
Malaysia Today, Malaysia
Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim is already expecting a more repressive political climate that he fears may be shunned by international investors once Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi hands the baton over to his deputy Najib Abdul Razak in early

Badawi: Lay-offs inevitable – Jakarta Post

Badawi: Lay-offs inevitable
Jakarta Post, Indonesia
With the global economic downturn, mass lay-offs of workers were inevitable in Malaysia and Indonesia, Malaysian prime minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said on Tuesday in Jakarta. "What is happening here is happening in every country.
Malaysia-Indonesia People Relations Needs Upgrading: Abdullah Bernama
Indonesia seeks Malaysian help on unemployed migrants The News International
Indonesia and Malaysia hold annual consultation Radio Republik Indonesia
Xinhua – Bernama
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Top Malaysia politician banned from party election – International Herald Tribune


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Top Malaysia politician banned from party election
International Herald Tribune, France
The committee also found Khairy Jamaluddin, the son-in-law of Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, and three other officials guilty of breaching party ethics, but they were let off with a warning. Khairy will be able to run for party youth wing chief.
The making of putsch 2009 – a final standoff in Umno looks inevitable Malaysia Today
Malaysia's leadership battle hit with corruption probe Channel News Asia
Ali Rustam's career in the balance The Malaysian Insider
Reuters India – The Malaysian Insider
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Badawi: Indonesian workers lay-offs inevitable – Jakarta Post

Badawi: Indonesian workers lay-offs inevitable
Jakarta Post, Indonesia
Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said Tuesday in Jakarta that workers lay-offs in Malaysia, including those massive ones on Indonesian workers, was part of the global economy downturn effect. “What happens now, happens in every country.

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March 17, 2009 - Posted by | News

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