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"WE" as in the British Club, Twin Tiger on Mount Tai and Little Dragon states..
...has been in this predicament before..in WW2.|
This time, the Hong Kong directors picked an appropriate movie to produced, using Japanese Manga features to show how to handle the "delicate position" - the "Tofu" man is apt. How to use the AE-86 frame but upgrading the engines to AE-89, taking out the vibration and a cool drive.
The Monster is in the "Impulsive Emperor".
The Japanese, Koreans, the twin tigers at mount Tai and Taiwanese will be taking cue from activity in GCC Arab region. In the meantime, they are converting at rapid pace their electricity requirements to Nuclear, LNG, Coal....and for liquid fuel could still be rationed or reconstituted from LNG, Bitumen, shale oil, from Canada, Australia, ASEAN, East China sea, Russian Federation...should anything untoward happens to the GCC Arabs states.....afterall Electric rail travel is very developed in the Little Dragon and there is still 3 mbd in ASEAN region for crude oil alone and a lot more LNG.
The 3 months of MFA, the sudden doubling of orders to China, flip flops in Textile legislation rumours, and now the well timed crude oil price rise has a big effect on the "twin tigers on Mount Tai", garment workers are having problem adjusting to the new economic picture, a lot of car repossessions occurs in Consumeable districts such as Balakong, Kepong, Batu Pahat, Muar....and consumer confidence is flagging, only to be proped up by NEW AUTOMOBILE INTRODUCTION..
Inflationary threats are in the horizon as the TWIN TIGER ECONOMIES need to readjust their economic structure...higher services values, capital intensive, domestic raw material industry, logistics/warehousing -retail branding using imported consumeables from China. (losses are minimal since 60% of value added comes from retail, branding, wholesales and in Malaysia's case, it could only be 20% of consumeable product value added since raw materials could come from Malaysia's oil, gas, rubber, plastic industry...)
We still need to reduce automobiles taxes and implement car inspection to ensure cars are kept at younger average ages for better fuel efficiency, conversion to higher value durable assembly business...