Wednesday, February 23, 2011

The True Story of Sime Darby

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by Dr Chan Chin Cheung (director with Sime Darby 1974 - 1992)

MAY 19 — Poor Datuk Seri Ahmad Zubir Murshid, I sympathise with his present predicament. He was not the first executive of Sime Darby to be mired in circumstances which went beyond his control — the force of historical circumstances which dated back to November 1976.

All these began on Jan 2, 1972 when I proposed to a high government official that Malaysia would be well-placed to have a conglomerate of its own at the inception of the New Economic Policy (NEP) conceptualised by the team led by the Father of Development, Tun Abdul Razak, a statesman.

At that point, I had not the faintest idea what it was all about. All I knew was that my Malay contemporaries were very keen to do business. They grew up with me in the environs of higher education in the United Kingdom in the 1950s. We were all fired up with the things we could do in a socio-economic way.


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Dr M: Nationalising highways can be a financial burden
February 22, 2011 FMT
Public money will have to be used to acquire highways and this can be costly for the government, says Dr Mahathir.

Yg jadi financial burden ialah "dey, duit R100 billion hang tabur kat mana?" thee he he…

PKFZ sapa nak jawab, itu financial burden.

Beli kapal selam berbilion-bilion tapi tak reti2 menyelam, itu financial burden. thee he he…

Ada jet, dengan enjin2 jet kena lego, itu financial burden. thee he he…

Yakcop tak reti main forex rugi berbilion-bilion, it financial burden...KAH KAH KAH!

Mempercumakan jaringan pengangkutan awam bukan financial burden, belum ada negara yg bengkrap dlm proses menaik-tarafkan kehidupan rakyatnya. thee he he…

Awat kemut sangat ni?

Tapi buat jambatan bengkang-bengkok ke Singapooora bukan financial burden...KAH KAH KAH!

Sebab bukan pakai duit hang! Kan? KAH KAH KAH! KAH KAH KAH!

Kemut = kedekut laaa... bkn kemut Saiful BauKari, itu kemut passive!!!HERE KAH KAH KAH! KAH KAH KAH!

KUALA LUMPUR: The idea of nationalising highways is not only a bad business decision but will be a financial burden on the government, which could result in the nation being poorer and less developed.

Not only would the cost of acquiring the highways come from public money but the expenditure in maintaining them would also come from the government’s consolidated fund, said former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad.