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MALAYSIA BAKAL MENERIMA TEMPIAS KRISIS EKONOMI JEPUN EKORAN TIGA MALAPETAKA

In Uncategorized on April 15, 2011 at 2:36 am

Sebarang bentuk “gula-gula” pilihanraya negeri Sarawak yang telah dan akan dijanjikan sebelum pembuangan undi 16 April, jika tidak dimasukkan ke dalam baget tak mungkin dapat dikotakan. Ekonomi kita sedikit sebanyak bergantung kepada Jepun, contohnya Syarikat Perodua, Proton, Canon, Matshushita dan PJVM mendapat barang mentah serta alat ganti dari Jepun dan kemudian di eksport semula.

Akibat tiga malapetaka iaitu gempa bumi yang diikuti dengan tsunami serta kerosakan loji nuklear, negara Jepun berada di ambang kegawatan ekonomi.  Kerugian dianggarkan USD300 billion dan menjadikan angka ini sebagai rekod untuk kerugian paling tinggi dalam sejarah bencana alam.

Japan’s nuclear crisis continues to hit economy

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s nuclear crisis sent corporate confidence plunging to a record low in April and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned the risk to the world’s third largest economy is firmly on the downside, with no end in sight to its nuclear disaster.

The IMF cut Japan’s economic growth forecast to 1.4 percent this year from 1.6 percent, projected three months ago, and the Bank of Japan is expected to cut its January growth forecast of 1.6 percent when it issues its twice-yearly outlook on April 28.

The Japanese government has already cut its outlook for the economy, in deflation for almost 15 years.

Japan is struggling to cope with its worst crisis since World War Two, after the earthquake and 15-meter tsunami hit on March 11, leaving 28,000 people dead or missing, its northeast coast a splintered wreck and a nuclear plant with six reactors damaged.

The total cost of the triple disaster has been estimated at $300 billion, making it the world’s most costly natural disaster.

Full Report HERE

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