You have searched for "Transformation Unplugged"
Showing 41-50 of 85
SINCE the Prime Minister launched the Economic Transformation Programme’s (ETP) Annual Report 2013, I have been reading some news headlines decrying that the ETP is “losing steam”, “losing momentum” and “struggling”. Far from that, and I want to set the record straight.
TONIGHT the Prime Minister will report on the nation’s government and economic transformation results for 2013. I urge you to tune in as he will share insights on the nation’s progress and how that translates into opportunities for businesses, families and society.
MANY people have been asking for clarification and also my views on the ongoing “Allah”/Bible issue and the validity of the 10-point solution. This column will address this.
IT must be understood that prices generally increase over time. This is because of two basic reasons – as populations and living standards rise, there is greater demand for goods and services. The other is when input costs go up for various reasons.
BEFORE I start talking about how we can and are doing things differently in the civil service, let me clear up this common misconception that the civil service is bloated.
AS the Economic Transformation Programme finishes its third year, it is an appropriate time to reflect upon how things have progressed, what has been achieved and how the programme will change as we move forward.
I HAD a conversation with a friend who said: “Idris, you are missing the point with what you are saying about how transformation will benefit the middle class when the middle class concerns are rising cost of living, quality public education and high cost of properties.”