Budget 2022: Pre Budget 2022 Statement, Some Points to Ponder

Petronas Budget Expenses Government Financial Economy

It was reported in TheStar back in February 2021 that Petronas had contributed almost RM1.2 trillion since 1976 to the national budget income. In Budget 2020, the Government projected a one-off special dividend of RM30 billion from Petronas which represented 10% of the overall RM297 billion income. The question is how long Petronas can continue to contribute significantly to the national budget? Source: Petronas

Continue reading “Budget 2022: Pre Budget 2022 Statement, Some Points to Ponder”

Technology 101: The Headache of Having Multiple e-Wallet Apps

e-wallet credit card banking bank online financial

In today’s world, one cannot escape from performing financial transactions through the internet, e-wallets or pre-paid cards. We have become a cashless society considering the high risk of carrying cash around and the ease of performing financial transactions using online and e-wallet apps. Photo by Andrea Piacquadio from Pexels

Continue reading “Technology 101: The Headache of Having Multiple e-Wallet Apps”

Motorsport 101: Formula 1 – Petronas’ All Right Moves

petronas F1 formula 1 one

Although I am of the opinion that money spent on Formula 1 can be spent on something else, but it comes to Petronas and Formula 1, it may be a different story (as long as no public funds slip in)

Continue reading “Motorsport 101: Formula 1 – Petronas’ All Right Moves”

Governance 101: We Need Honour Our Agreements

Agreement Cross Finger

(Are we going to keep crossing fingers when making promises and signing formal agreements? image source: www.cipicchia.wordpress.com)

Continue reading “Governance 101: We Need Honour Our Agreements”

Malaysia Boleh! – Wherever you are

Day 5 in Bangkok

Working on an overseas assignment can be very tiring and challenging. There is a feeling to get the work done professionally and expediently. After all reputations are on the line – personal, company or country.

But sometimes, we see something that is Malaysian in nature in a foreign country…whether it is about seeing a Proton Wira in Africa or seeing another Malaysian speaking the Bahasa Kebangsaan in Middle-East, our spirits are up and running.

[Click to read the rest] “Malaysia Boleh! – Wherever you are”
%d bloggers like this: