As a continuation to my last blog post HERE and a reference to my comments in The Malay Mail about Malaysian taxi drivers HERE, Continue reading
LAST week, I received a call from an old friend in England. He’s thinking of going for a faraway vacation with his family and there are a few countries on his list of potential destinations. Continue reading
AirAsia Bhd’s (AAB) audit committee has issued a statement following the GMT Research report, pointing out that it cannot have legal control or legal power over its associate companies in Indonesia, Philippine, Thailand and India, HERE. Continue reading
YB Datuk Seri Mohamad Nazri Aziz, Minister of Tourism & Culture, will announce the implementation date of visa free for tour groups from China.
The government has agreed to visa exemption for tour groups from China on a trial basis during. Continue reading
Hong Kong-based GMT Research has issued a report questioning airline AirAsia Bhd‘s accounting practices, accusing it of using transactions with associate companies to boost its earnings, according to a copy obtained by Reuters. Continue reading
The little napoleons in Khazanah love COLLABORATION/CCF so are the babies!
In PART 1 we stopped at the sorry state of Rural Air Service (RAS) and Fly Asian Express Sdn Bhd (now AirAsia X) where six aircraft were grounded due to un-airworthiness and another one was cannibalised for spare parts, and how MAS was left to pickup the pieces thereafter. Continue reading
Left: Mr Christoph Mueller, CEO of MAS Right: Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, CEO of AirAsia Group. Both are great CEOs of all times. Great men think alike and also sing the same tune at the right time!
The little napoleons in Khazanah would like us to believe that MAS employees have been gifted with Mr Christoph Mueller as their CEO. Continue reading