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Sep222011
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Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah

 

 

Q&A session in an event organized by Perak Academy at Taiping, Perak.

Questions:

- Finance Minister's post

- Open Tender vs Negotiated Contracts

- AP for Cars

 

Last Updated on Sep262011
 
Sep212011
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Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah

Sebuah Projek Kesedaran Sosial berbentuk Video Musik oleh Pete Teo demi menggalakkan tanggungjawap Mengundi (www.undilah.com)

Lagu ini dipersembahkan oleh Afdlin Shauki, Namewee & Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah dan ramai anak Malaysia termasuklah @Aisehman, Baki Zainal, Bront Palarae, Chelsia Ng, Daphne Iking, Jehan Miskin, Johan F. Khairuddin, Karamjit Singh, Lai Ming, Lee Chong Wei, Nurul Izzah Anwar, Rosnah Abd Rashid Shirlin, Rina Omar, Reshmonu, Sharifah Amani, Sazzy Falak, Reza Salleh, Tengku Azmil Zahruddin, Tony Fernandes, Wardina Safiyyah, Wee Ka Siong, Yasmin Yusuf, Albert Law, A. Kohilan Pillay, Jason Lo, Mohan, Khalid Samad, Aizat Amdan, Tee Hui Ling, Usha Nandhini, Chia Ting Ting, Nur Farina, Sassi Tharan Rajoo, Nik Nazmi, Tony Pua & David Lai.

 

Last Updated on Sep212011
 
Sep182011
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Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah

Dengan Ihsan Astro Awani

 

Temuramah khas dengan Astro Atam, Tengku Razaleigh menekankan dan mencadangkan betapa pentingnya untuk menaikkan pendapatan rakyat. Beliau juga memberikan pandangan beliau mengenai perkembangan ekonomi negara.

(In Bahasa Malaysia)

An interview in Astro Awani's Atma special program, Tengku Razaleigh stressed and proposed the needs to increase people's income. He also commented the economic turmoil in the country.

 

   
Sep182011
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Courtesy of Arkib Negara

Despite the long history of Malaysia-China trade relations, direct bilateral trade only began on a serious level after 1971 following a breakthrough in Malaysia's China policy initiated by the second prime minister, Tun Abdul Razak Hussain. The first unofficial visit to Beijing was made in May 1971 by the National Trading Corporation (Perbadanan Nasional or PERNAS) and led by its head, Tengku Razaleigh (Shee, 2004). Total trade with China stood at a mere RM105.6 million in 1971, but ballooned to RM1.6 billion in 1980.

Last Updated on Sep242011
 
Sep182011
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Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah

 

Q&A Session - Tengku Razaleigh was asked about the outlook of our country and his view on how to move forward.

 

  • The Future of Our Country
  • Reform the Parliament and Judiciary
  • Increase the Level of Competency, Transparency and Accountability in the Government
  • More Unity programs and The Voice of Young Generation
Last Updated on Sep242011
   

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