Tuesday, January 31, 2006

r.i.p...

Read this, and weep.

Rest in peace, Malaysia.

2 comments:

Hangedman said...

We should be glad. Why cry? It is good because this move will provide opportunity for the many unemployed FRESH UNI GRADUATES (some remain unemployed for YEARS!). I couldnt have come up with a better idea to reduce the unemployment rate, which, if left untreated, will definitely undermine the position of the government and even the nation's security.

Then, it is time that foreign investor to comply to the 30% rule, else it will be unfair advantage for the local companies because foreign investor has the human resources from ALL OVER THE WORLD. This is the real GLOBALISATION, and they should demonstrate some SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY by hiring the local graduates. They should SHARE their wealth and not bringing them all back home.

The current government is doing a good job. They really TAKE CARE of their people and live up to the responsibility charged upon them.

Monolith, you are so wrong.

Livingmonolith said...

i'm sure that foreign companies have human resources from all over the world, but i'm very sure too that these companies provide plenty of job oppoturnities to local graduates. just because it's a foreign company does not mean that they only hire foreigners.

besides, i don't believe that the 30% ownership goes to fresh uni graduates, do you? the ones who benefit the most are those who are rich, and they'll continue to get richer by the day without needing to lift a finger.

another thing, do you see the move as a good thing to the 'locals', or 'bumiputras'?