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Well thats hilarious.
This topic was discussed to exhaustion earlier this year. As far as I know, no new information has surfaced since then. Why did you think a thread bump would be a good idea?MEGA MEGA BUMP
So, now that Lost Island has declined to build Kanonen, where do you think it might be headed?
If you're after an argument or some **** you want to discuss, PM me. I'd rather do that than trash the forums.Also, since when was looking for updates or reigniting discussions spamming?
New name, same retard.
And @Pokemaniac having a go at someone for prompting new discussion is stupid as well what’s your point?
My guess Guess is this one. It seems that the Malaysians also got tired of Hopi Hari's bull****. Perhaps @roomraider knows something more about the subject?But thank you very much for the info! Very interesting... wonder which 10 inversion coaster it is?
Oh! That ride could potentially already be going to its third location without having operated? That's crazy! I reckon that might be a good guess, though, as I can't think of any other 10 loopers going spare at the moment.
Indeed he does.
https://blooloop.com/link/controversy-movie-animation-park-studios-maps-perak/However the Malay Mail reports that Democratic Action Party (DAP) MP Nga Kor Ming is now urging the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MAC) to investigate Perak Corp. Perak subsidiary ATP is the developer, operator and owner of MAPS. Nga states that an external auditor’s report shows the group incurred a net loss of RM340.6 million in 2017, with the group’s liabilities exceeding its current assets by RM158.5 million.
“The lost suffered by Perak Corp is among the biggest in the group’s history,” says Nga. “And what’s more worrying is their debt, which is bigger than their assets. At any time, the group could be bankrupt or face issues of insolvency.”
Nga said that the previous Barisan Nasional (National Front political coalition) government had been warned not to proceed with the MAPS project. “The responsibility of a state government is to take care of the people’s welfare and develop the state and not to open a theme park,” he said. “If they wanted to open a theme park, they should have invited Genting Berhad or Disney Land. This is how it should be done.”