A joint committee has suggested that companies should prepare for next year's economic downturn by reducing workers' overtime, cutting working hours, laying off staff temporarily and slashing workers' pay packets. I have some suggestions of my own: Sell off the flashy...
Blog reader Sam Gopal has this to say: Anil, You have been advocating strongly for a STRONG and WORLD CLASS public transport system. At this very time you are asking the Government to lower petrol prices. Lowering petrol prices will only...
The crude oil price has dipped below US$50/barrel. Similarly the prices of other commodities have plunged. Steel prices, for instance, have crashed from $1,200/ton in June to below $300 - and it is likely to fall even further with...
Another company is proposing a solution for Penang's transportation problems. This time it's the Aerobus, which glides on overhead tracks. Apparently the system is being proposed for areas outside the heritage zone in George Town. The company behind it is Aerobus...
Rapid Penang is blocked in its bid to expand its bus service on the mainland The Commercial Vehicles Licensing Board (CVLB) has rejected an application by Rapid Penang to transfer 30 buses from RapidKL for use in the mainland, reports...