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Tricia Yeoh's Advice to Malaysian Prime Minister-- Don't provide misleading information to foreigners

August 18, 2017

Tricia Yeoh’s Advice to Malaysian Prime Minister– Don’t provide misleading information to foreigners

by Tricia Yeoh@www.freemalaysiatoday.com

Speak the Truth, Keep Your Promises and Act with Conviction… 1,177 more words

Governance

Malaysia Sdn Berhad: Book Review

August 11, 2017

Malaysia Sdn Berhad: Fox guarding the henhouse?

BOOK REVIEW | Minister of Finance Incorporated: Ownership and Control of Corporate Malaysia. Edmund T Gomez et al. 890 more words

Governance

The Costs and Benefits of SOCIAL INCLUSION

June 10, 2017

The Costs and Benefits of SOCIAL INCLUSION

by Dr. Lim Teck Ghee@www.malaysiakini.com

COMMENT | Amongst inclusion, integration, affirmative action, ethnic preference or similar policies implemented to redress perceived socio-economic differences or imbalances in social groups, probably the longest lived and arguably most successful of those pursued by the world’s nations have been those of Malaysia in the field of education. 833 more words

Governance

Losing outstanding minds to Singapore and elsewhere because UMNO practices racial discrimination

May 28, 2017

Losing outstanding minds to Singapore and elsewhere because UMNO practices racial discrimination

by Mariam Mokhtar

In 2010, another Ipoh born caused a sensation in the… 714 more words

Politics

Hishamuddin’s steps to power: Loyalty pays off

April 17, 2017

COMMENT:

I have been very critical of Prime Minister Najib Razak on many issues, corruption and governance among them; more often than not, I have been brutally so. 891 more words

Politics

Numbers and Shifting Assets --Old Game by Sime Darby

April 13, 2017

A QUESTION OF BUSINESS | Numbers and Shifting Assets –Old Game by Sime Darby

by P. Gunasegeram@www.malaysiakini.com

Sime Darby Restructuring benefits Investment Bankers, but not its shareholders. 963 more words

Politics

PROTON: The National Albatross

March 30, 2017

PROTON: How long more can Malaysian Taxpayers bear the Burden of this National Albatross

by P. Gunasegaram@www.malaysiakini.com

Proton is a clear case of how a wrong policy – producing our own national car – can cost the consumer hundreds of billions of ringgit over the decades of its implementation. 1,263 more words

Politics