Monday, January 23, 2017

There is much to be discussed with Burnei, including the rights of women. The TPP would not provide a strong platform for such efforts.

15th century - Islamic sultanate of Brunei (click here)nominally in control of Borneo, including Sabah and Sarawak state of Malaysia, and some parts of the Sulu islands in the Philippines.
1888 - Brunei becomes a British protectorate.
1963 - Brunei chooses to remain a British dependency rather than join the Federation of Malaysia.
1967 - Hassanal Bolkiah becomes sultan following the abdication of his father, Sultan Omar.
1984 - Brunei becomes independent.
2014 - Brunei becomes the first East Asian country to adopt Islamic sharia law despite widespread international condemnation.

Brunei needs to protect it's beauty as a tourist destination. A few hotels with exclusive experiences will bring the country it's most dignity. That is the type of trade deals that are respectable to the values and morals of the American people.

Brunei is an experience and not a production plant. The cultural items produced by the people can be marketed abroad while exclusive items sold only in the country. Brunei's petroleum industry is well known, but, the demand is falling and the price is still to volatile to make good predictions. Shell petroleum and a state owned industry round out the Brunei wealth, but, it is time to move on and begin a new focus to Brunei's wealth and it is it's people, their talent and their educated young people.

Brunei can stock up on film supplies, too. It can never have too much. Perhaps domestic sophisticated services to serve every need of any photographer. In such luxury the filming will never end.

National security is important as well.