Monday, October 07, 2013

Stephen Harper finally noticed in Malaysia

Sunday October 6 Stephen Harper did meet Malaysian counterpart Najib Razak.


Prime Minister Razak of Malaysia has stated that Malaysian state-owned oil company, Petronas, will invest billions in Canadian liquefied natural gas development. Now the fun starts as more pollution will be introduced in Canada. Besides China, now Malaysia is going to spend money in Canada. Harper is doing a good job to serve his masters – oil and gas companies.

Malaysian Prime Minister Mohd Najib sprung the "gargantuan" investment figure during a joint availability with Harper in Putrajaya, saying Malaysia's state-owned oil and gas company Petronas has committed to construction of a liquid natural gas plant in British Columbia and the pipeline to feed it.

"I'm told that this is the largest direct foreign investment in Canada by any country," Najib said, flanked by Harper following a formal welcoming ceremony at a sprawling new government precinct outside the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur.


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