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RRC Tingkatkan Hub Eko & Militer Dgn Mr. "The enemy of my friend isn't my enemy"
Quote:China elevates Malaysia ties, aims to triple trade by 2017

RRC Tingkatkan Hub Eko & Militer Dgn Mr. "The enemy of my friend isn't my enemy"
China's President Xi Jinping (L) speaks next to Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak during a joint news conference at Najib's office in Putrajaya, near Kuala Lumpur October 4, 2013. REUTERS-Bazuki Muhammad

By Yantoultra Ngui
KUALA LUMPUR | Fri Oct 4, 2013 2:23am EDT
http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/...99304020131004

(Reuters) - China and Malaysia agreed on Friday to elevate bilateral ties to a "comprehensive strategic partnership", aiming to boost military cooperation and nearly triple two-way trade to $160 billion by 2017.

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak spoke soon after U.S. President Barack Obama canceled a week-long tour of four Asian nations, including Malaysia, due to the U.S. government shutdown.

Najib said he agreed with Xi, who is visiting Malaysia ahead the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Indonesia that Obama was to have attended, to encourage more joint military exercises and visits between the nations.

China is already Malaysia's largest trading partner, with two-way trade last year totaling 181 billion ringgit ($57 billion). Trade between the two countries, which rose at an average annual of 15.7 percent between 2002 and 2012, is expected to hit $70 billion by the end of this year.

"We have agreed to strengthen our partnership with naval defense, joint military exercises to combat terrorism and promote security," Xi told a news conference in the Malaysian administrative capital Putrajaya.

"This will create a sound environment for peace and the prosperity of both countries," he said.

The two leaders declined to answer questions from reporters.

China has been steadily increasing its influence in the region in recent years, although not always harmoniously and has clashed with several countries over territorial disputes.

Faced with China's growing influence across the region, Obama announced in 2011 a pivot towards Asia as the United States brought wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to an end.

Malaysia is one of several Asian nations that has competing territorial claims with China over the resource-rich South China Sea, but it has kept a lower profile in the dispute than the Philippines and Vietnam and downplays regional concerns over Beijing's rising military clout.

In addition to soaring trade, Malaysia has seen an increased flow of Chinese investments in recent years in sectors such as logistics and property.

China's Guangxi Beibu Gulf International Port Group Ltd said last month it was buying a 40 percent stake in Kuantan Port Consortium Sdn Bhd for 334.4 million ringgit ($94 million), a move that would pave the way for 3 billion ringgit worth of extension works at the biggest port on the east coast of peninsula Malaysia.

Late last year, Chinese property developer Country Garden Holdings Co Ltd said it was buying 11 hectares of prime waterfront land in a big industrial zone in southern Malaysia for almost 1 billion ringgit ($328.97 million).

Xi said in Indonesia on Thursday China hoped that trade with the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations would reach $1 trillion by 2020.

(Additional reporting by Niluksi Koswanage; Editing by Stuart Grudgings; Editing by Paul Tait)
[url=http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/10/04/us-malaysia-china-idUSBRE99304020131004[/QUOTE]]www.reuters.com/article/2013/10/04/us-malaysia-china-idUSBRE99304020131004[/QUOTE][/url]


bakal latian di mana? LCS?emoticon-Big Grin

btw, efek Obama bolos di APEC

[QUOTE]...
the impact of the government shutdown is reviving doubts about the U.S.'s long-term commitment to Asia. "What America is facing will unavoidably have an impact on the U.S.'s international standing," said Dewi Fortuna Anwar, who heads Indonesian Vice President Boediono's political affairs team.

"There are jokes going around now," she said. "'Why did Mr. Obama cancel his trip? Maybe because he can't pay his fuel and hotel bills.' It's not a funny joke."

The question on many commentators' minds now is what China might do to capitalize on Mr. Obama's absence. While Secretary of State John Kerry will attend the meetings in Mr. Obama's absence, and undertake trips to Malaysia and the Philippines that the White House canceled earlier this week, the president's no-show means that China's Mr. Xi will be the "shining star" at the gatherings, Ms. Anwar said.

Other observers go further. With Mr. Obama diverted by the deadlock in Congress, Ernest Bower at the Center for Strategic International Studies in Washington warned that while U.S. allies will worry about America's commitment, other countries will view Mr. Obama's absence as a sign of weakness.

"The former will cause hedging behavior by governments worried about U.S. staying power, and the latter may result in more aggressive postures by nations interested in exploring the limits of U.S. determination," he said.
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000...261611206.html


si pinoy ibarat punya pacar yg sering tak bisa datang malam minggu, bisa beteemoticon-Big Grin
bukannya malaysia juga dirugikan atas klaim china di laut cina selatan ?
kayaknya sonora mau ngelobi biar sulu gak didukung chinaemoticon-Kiss
Quote:Original Posted By kimi mabok
bukannya malaysia juga dirugikan atas klaim china di laut cina selatan ?

kalo ini sadar diri namanya sadar ga bisa ngelawan china langsung rangkul mereka
ingat motonya bersekutu menambah mutu
daripada ga dapet apa2 mending ikut bersama dengan china mengelola SDA di Natunaemoticon-Malu (S)
Quote:Original Posted By kimi mabok
bukannya malaysia juga dirugikan atas klaim china di laut cina selatan ?


Semboyan Malaysia

"BERSEKUTU BERTAMBAH MUTU" emoticon-Cool
Quote:Original Posted By kensama


Semboyan Malaysia

"BERSEKUTU BERTAMBAH MUTU" emoticon-Cool


"Tambah Aliansi Tambah Mutu" emoticon-Ngakak
Kalo begini kapan Mandiri ato Berdikari nya??..
Mungkin sonora punya policy yg lebih bijak mengenai LCS..
Sonora Bangsa yang bertamadun tak suka tumpah darah dengan perang
Baguslah Sadar diri intinya tak berani melawan Kekuatan chinaemoticon-Malu (S)
Dopost

Quote:Original Posted By Momokdud


"Tambah Aliansi Tambah Mutu" emoticon-Ngakak
Kalo begini kapan Mandiri ato Berdikari nya??..
Mungkin sonora punya policy yg lebih bijak mengenai LCS..
Sonora Bangsa yang bertamadun tak suka tumpah darah dengan perang
Baguslah Sadar diri intinya tak berani melawan Kekuatan chinaemoticon-Malu (S)


bukan tak suka perang tapi tak mampu berperang dengan China...tembak sampai habis peluru pun ...the chinese will keep marching in...kena terima hakikat..
Quote:Original Posted By daspolizei


bukan tak suka perang tapi tak mampu berperang dengan China...tembak sampai habis peluru pun ...the chinese will keep marching in...kena terima hakikat..



hahaha...ane suka kalimat ini "kena terima hakikat.." emoticon-Ngakak
Quote:Original Posted By Astute1



hahaha...ane suka kalimat ini "kena terima hakikat.." emoticon-Ngakak


kena terima hakikat artinya apa sih ? kalo bhs indo == pasrah nasib yah ?
Quote:Original Posted By kimi mabok


kena terima hakikat artinya apa sih ? kalo bhs indo == pasrah nasib yah ?


kurang tau tapi ane nangkapnya "musti terima nasib"
Quote:Original Posted By kimi mabok


kena terima hakikat artinya apa sih ? kalo bhs indo == pasrah nasib yah ?


Harus terima kenyataan kali.
Quote:Original Posted By kimi mabok


kena terima hakikat artinya apa sih ? kalo bhs indo == pasrah nasib yah ?


something like you have to accept the facts. For instance, RMAF with 8 FA18 C/D wants to take US 7th Fleet...mcm bunuh diri

Quote:Original Posted By Astute1



hahaha...ane suka kalimat ini "kena terima hakikat.." emoticon-Ngakak


jangan diketawainlah jangan-jangan indo yang berikutnya.
Quote:Original Posted By lion.cub


jangan diketawainlah jangan-jangan indo yang berikutnya.


you are right. Money talks, bullshit walks...
Quote:Original Posted By lion.cub


jangan diketawainlah jangan-jangan indo yang berikutnya.


Loh kita khan zero enemy, kita mau berhubungan dng siapapun why not, malah kita dukung, lagian kita nggak bersinggungan langsung ttg lcs, beda sm tetangga yg klaimnya bersinggungan dng china, bahkan ada patroli masuk ke wilayahnya didiemin
Quote:Original Posted By littlesophie24


Loh kita khan zero enemy, kita mau berhubungan dng siapapun why not, malah kita dukung, lagian kita nggak bersinggungan langsung ttg lcs, beda sm tetangga yg klaimnya bersinggungan dng china, bahkan ada patroli masuk ke wilayahnya didiemin


gw sih ragu ambisi cina cuma berhenti di LCS klo sampe Natuna gimana ? malay dimata gw sih daerah buffernya indonesia klo tuh daerah udah ditaklukan ya ada gak jaminan kita gak bakalan diusik mungkin kita boleh ketawa sekarang tapi ketika cina datang jangan-jangan yang malay lakukan juga kita lakukan saat itu mungkin malay bisa bilang "welcome to the club" sambil ngakak juga
great article from pepe

Quote:China: We don't do shutdowns
By Pepe Escobar

The latest superpower dysfunctional spectacular, aka the US shutdown, has forced President Barack Obama to cancel an entire Asian trip. First the White House announced Obama was shutting down Malaysia and the Philippines - supposed stars of the "pivoting to Asia". Then it was finally confirmed he was also shutting down the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (APEC) summit in Bali on Tuesday and the ASEAN (Association of


Southeast Asian Nations) and East Asia summit next Thursday in Brunei.

That leaves Chinese President Xi Jinping to bask, unrivalled, in center stage glow. As if any extra Stateside "help" was needed, and as if Xi was not already on a roll.

On Thursday, Xi became the first foreign leader ever to address the Indonesian parliament in Jakarta. He stressed that Beijing wanted by all means to boost trade with ASEAN to a whopping US$1 trillion by 2020 - and establish a regional infrastructure bank.

His message, in a nutshell: China and "certain Southeast Asian countries" must solve their wrangling over territorial sovereignty and maritime rights "peacefully" - as in we will discuss that messy South China Sea situation (he made no direct reference to it in his speech) but don't let that interfere with our doing serious business in trade and investment. Who is ASEAN to say no?

And then, after upstaging Obama in Indonesia (hefty tomes could be penned about that), and signing the requisite $30 billion-plus deals (mostly in mining), Xi was off to Malaysia.

Compare Xi's Indonesian triumph - complete with his glamorous wife Peng Liyuan wearing batik - to a recent visit by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who, for all practical purposes, wanted to convince the Indonesians to essentially encircle China. Elaborately polite as usual, the Indonesians brushed Abe aside. China is Indonesia's biggest trading partner after Japan, and it's bound to overtake Tokyo soon.

Beijing has already agreed to discuss a legally binding Code of Conduct in the South China Sea with ASEAN. A working group met last month in Suzhou. Four of the 10-member ASEAN (but not Indonesia) are involved in the South China Sea dispute - which, predictably enough, is all about unexplored oil and gas wealth. The Philippines will keep accusing Beijing, as it did last month, of violating the - for the moment informal - Code of Conduct. Indonesia has volunteered as mediator. It won't be a rose garden, but the fact is China and ASEAN are already talking.

Pivoting with myself
It's a bit of a problem when you announce - with great fanfare, and at the Pentagon, of all places - a "pivoting to Asia" to enhance the role of "Asia Pacific to US prosperity and security", and you cannot even pivot yourself to Asia for a few days to pitch it in person. In fact there's no pivoting to being with - at least for now. The Obama administration has been focused not only on two immensely complex dossiers - Syria and Iran - but also trying to contain Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's dementia in Israel and the increasingly fearful and paranoid House of Saud.

So what would Obama have been up to in Asia? Well, in the Philippines he would have tried to clinch a deal for "greater flexibility" for the Pentagon to use military bases. To say that is "controversial" is a huge understatement.

And in Malaysia, Obama would have pushed harder for the already infamous Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) - essentially a corporate racket that is a great deal for US multinationals but not exactly for Asian interests. TPP is the American answer to China boosting its already massive business ties all over Asia.

Former Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohammad has seen TPP - which excludes China - for what it is, and he's absolutely not convinced TPP will allow Malaysia easier access to the American market.

So in the end it was left to Xi to stage yet another Southeast Asian triumph. Beijing may offer Kuala Lumpur a wealth of investment without pesky TPP-style interference on how the country runs its state-owned enterprises or how it dispenses government contracts. And on top of it, Xi got a personal shot at trying to get Malaysia on his side in negotiations about the Code of Conduct for the South China Sea.

Xi of course will be the star of the APEC summit in Bali. Then Premier Li Keqiang heads the Chinese team to the East Asia Summit in Brunei and extends his business trip further to Thailand and Vietnam.

Now compare this Chinese offensive, relentless as an accelerating Lamborghini Aventador, with the unstated but palpable perception, all across Southeast Asia, of the creaking Chevrolet that represents the US "pivoting". A bet can be made that US Think Tankland once again will carp about the loss of American reliability or, better yet, "credibility" - even as it defends the future of the pivoting, justifying it not only as an American strategic decision but in the name of Southeast Asian interests.

That is nonsense. The top cheerleader of the US pivoting is Japan - and Japan is widely regarded, in different shades of gray all across Southeast Asia, as a US puppet. What is certain is that the Obama no-show only reinforces the predominant perception that current US foreign policy is an absolute mess. And that while the US does shutdowns, China does business.

Pepe Escobar is the author of Globalistan: How the Globalized World is Dissolving into Liquid War (Nimble Books, 2007), Red Zone Blues: a snapshot of Baghdad during the surge (Nimble Books, 2007), and Obama does Globalistan (Nimble Books, 2009).
http://atimes.com/atimes/China/CHIN-02-041013.html


telepivotmarketing donk kalo tak bisa hadiremoticon-Ngakak
Quote:Original Posted By Astute1



hahaha...ane suka kalimat ini "kena terima hakikat.." emoticon-Ngakak


ane ga ngerti nih gan,... klo dalam bahasa indonesia,.. tuh maksudnya apa ya??
Quote:Original Posted By Momokdud


"Tambah Aliansi Tambah Mutu" emoticon-Ngakak
Kalo begini kapan Mandiri ato Berdikari nya??..
Mungkin sonora punya policy yg lebih bijak mengenai LCS..
Sonora Bangsa yang bertamadun tak suka tumpah darah dengan perang
Baguslah Sadar diri intinya tak berani melawan Kekuatan chinaemoticon-Malu (S)


apa maksudnya???!!!!!!emoticon-Mad (S)emoticon-Mad (S)
PLA itu apa sih???mana bisa PLA menang lawan tentara jaguh!!emoticon-Mad (S)
itu bukan malay yg ngajak bersekutu tapi china yg ngajak karena china takut dengan pasukan jaguh yg telah berhasil menguasai planet bezita
emoticon-Matabelo
jgn meremehkan negara sonora!! mereka sambil perang pun bisa makan KFC (gimana nga jago emoticon-Big Grin )
Quote:Original Posted By Momokdud


"Tambah Aliansi Tambah Mutu" emoticon-Ngakak
Kalo begini kapan Mandiri ato Berdikari nya??..
Mungkin sonora punya policy yg lebih bijak mengenai LCS..
Sonora Bangsa yang bertamadun tak suka tumpah darah dengan perang
Baguslah Sadar diri intinya tak berani melawan Kekuatan chinaemoticon-Malu (S)


tamadun malay= tamak, malas,dungu.