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Post time 2008-4-30 14:00:44 |Display all floors
Originally posted by meiguodiyi at 2008-4-30 12:42
World's largest companies (2007):

#1 Wal-Mart (USA)
#2 Exxon (USA)
#5 GM (USA)
#7 Chevron (USA)
#11 GE (USA)
#12 Ford (USA)
#14 Citigroup (USA)
#21 Bank of America (USA)



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can you list out the World 500 billionaires???
What's on your mind now........ooooooooooooooo la la....Kind Regards

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Post time 2008-4-30 14:28:02 |Display all floors

Reply #68 meiguodiyi's post

You are so right.

Afterall, we are only a nation of 25 million. Nothing compared to the 300 million Amerikans.

ha ha ha


so, why worry about what a MaLAZYsian says.

Tell you more bad lazy information in Malaya.


Port Klang - only  measly 5 million TEU port. (that's worse than the best Amerikan ports)
Penang port - only measly 1 milion TEU port
Tanjung Pelepas - only a measly 4 million TEU port.

terrible!

A simple meal in Malaya, you know, those chop-suey rice, cost US$1 a meal.
How could they earn much compared to the Great Amerikan Ekonomi, where they charge US$5 for the same meal, better tasting to Amerikans.


ha ha ha


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Post time 2008-4-30 14:32:42 |Display all floors

Reply #69 meiguodiyi's post

We have only small companies, afterall, we are a SMALL nation.

Sime Darby
Petronas - highest profit company in Asia. (sharing the position with Taiwan Tobacco, 2005 information)
Felda
Malayan Banking
Cimb Banking
Proton
UMW-Perodua


alas, the last one work with Toyota.
so unlike the American market where Toyota,Nissan and Honda are hardly challenging the likes of Crystler, Ford and of course the mighty GM.



We are LAZY.

So, PLEASE don't do financial attacks on POOR NATIONs of the world.


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Post time 2008-4-30 14:34:37 |Display all floors

Reply #65 meiguodiyi's post

Told you is US$203 billion in 2008.


If US$ further depreciates, it should increase.


Hey! This is me, a private citizen speaking, on my own behalf.......


ha ha ha


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Post time 2008-4-30 14:40:19 |Display all floors

Reply #70 meiguodiyi's post

It"s very bad in MaLAZYsia.

A home, the same size as the Amerikan Middle class home ( I have been to the USA, and I know the real size of Amerikan homes)

It cost so much, about US$80,000 (average) while in the USA it cost US$230,000 (average) for the same 150 sq. m double storey home.
It can cost as much as US$120,000 in a suburban metropolitan Klang Valley while it is US$500,000 in suburban American city.


So, we are POOR and LAZY as well.


MERCY! MERCY! Amerikan Regime, leave us in PEACE.



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Post time 2008-4-30 15:44:18 |Display all floors
Originally posted by meiguodiyi at 2008-4-30 13:29


Ha!

These aren't even Malazysian brands.

Toyota: Japan

Nissan: Japan

BMW: Germany

Malazysia doesn't even have a major car company.

Poor Malazysi ...



Neither have most European countries, not to speak about Latin America or Asia.

.....and the point is?

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Post time 2008-5-1 04:08:39 |Display all floors
Originally posted by satsu_jin at 4/30/2008 02:44 AM
Neither have most European countries, not to speak about Latin America or Asia.

.....and the point is?


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