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URBAN public transport has been a priority of the National Transformation Programme (NTP) since we launched our first roadmap in 2010. Prior to this, the last major upgrade to our public transport infrastructure was more than 10 years ago following the introduction of the light rail transit (LRT) and monorail systems in the mid-1990s.
SINCE the inception of the National Transformation Programme in 2009, one of the National Key Result Areas (NKRAs) that received particular public attention as a critical area that required reform was the Anti-Corruption NKRA. Among the proposed initiatives and building blocks in institutionalising anti-corruption enforcement was the governance of political financing.
TWO weeks ago, The Star covered my keynote presentation on how Malaysia is no longer stuck in the middle income trap. This sparked a degree of scepticism from the public, some citing areas in which Malaysia is currently falling short. They are not wrong, but they are not completely right either.
Very few companies in the country are like Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd (KLK). They have been around for 110 years, growing from a palm oil and rubber plantation business back in the day to one of the largest oleo-chemical producers in the world.
WHEN times are tough, some industries can be more resilient than others. Tourism is one such sector.
WRITING has been on the wall for a while now that from an economic standpoint, we’re experiencing crunch time. Low oil prices and shrinking global demand are some of the factors forcing a “new normal” of slower economic growth the world over.
I have always been a proponent of winning the ‘game of the impossible’, a challenge that seems so back-breaking, when you think about it, you are discouraged from pursuing it.