Must privatisation be painful?


Whether their ire is properly directed or otherwise, consumers and businesses have been unhappy that they need to go through My E.G. Services to renew foreign worker permits and Bestinet Sdn Bhd when employing migrant workers.

Sticking to principles is half the battle. The other half is explaining and doing it well

IT’S time to bring up the P word – privatisation. The recent furore over services used by employers of foreign workers should make us think a bit more about the state of privatisation in Malaysia.

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