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End The GLC Musical Chairs

P. Gunasegaram, Independent Business Writer & Analyst

17-Oct-22 07:45

End The GLC Musical Chairs

Government-linked companies are a standard feature of the Malaysian corporate landscape, with top posts at GLCs often politically appointed by the government of the day. However the constant change of governments over the past 4 years has seen the Prime Minister trying to secure support through political appointments at GLCs, leaving a negative impact for business and the broader economy. How do we mitigate the fall out of the GLC appointment cycle? We discuss proposals for reform with business writer P. Gunasegaram.


Image credit: Najmi Arif / Shutterstock.com

Produced by: Shazana Mokhtar

Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Shazana Mokhtar, Chong Tjen San


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Categories:  Corporatespoliticsgovernment

Tags:  glcspolitical appointmentsreformge15pru15malaysiamemilih





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