This statement of Kiram, according to the opinions of the few on both sides, might fuse out a bigger bomb, figuratively. It can’t be denied that since Malaysia and the Philippines has close economic and business ties, there is a possibility that it can hurt the economy of both countries for the fact that business from both countries are trading financial blows trying to help each other gain financial success. Why, even those involved in offering and availing lead generation campaigns on both sides can also be affected.
There are many lead generation companies in Malaysia so as in the Philippines. These b2b telemarketing services companies have found many ways on how to break down the language and cultural barriers between these two countries so that businesses from either side can generate good quality marketing leads that can give them opportunities to earn big revenues.
If this crisis in Sabah will not end soon, this might hurt the lead generation industry of these two nations. And the fact is, both countries also have some geographical and traditional ties. Good constant communication between businesses in Malaysia and Philippines are getting progressive and it dreads them to think that all of their efforts to come up with good financial ties might get affected and be wasted for no good reason at all.