Tuesday, October 07, 2008


Malaysia just reported on the ban of the White Rabbit Creamy Candy like weeks after Singapore had done it. Slow as snail as expected. People already ban so many products and I thought they will be smarter to just follow other people's list. Well, they want to get their own results and release it so much later. That sums up generally the performance of Malaysia in almost anything.

White Rabbit candy test positive for melamine

For more information of the tests done so far, check out Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore website.

By the way, crude oil has reached $88.59 currently (21:29 PM EDT - 2008.10.06). Let's see how slow they will react to adjust the fuel price. As expected, very, very, very, very, very slow. In Singapore, they announced cut pump prices again. Petrol and diesel prices were reduced by 5 cents a litre across the board. Now, a litre of 92-, 95- and 98-octane petrol is S$1.863, S$1.896 and S$1.97 respectively. Diesel is S$1.703 a litre. It would be the biggest joke of the century if Singapore's fuel ever become cheaper than Malaysian's fuel even after currency conversion.


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