IN recent months, Malaysia’s corporate landscape has witnessed shake-ups in a few troubled government-linked companies (GLCs) that have come on the radar of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission. It hurts to read about the bad press surrounding them. We do have good GLCs that have managed to strike a delicate balance between fulfilling their mandate to help the rakyat and being sustainable at the same time. GLCs and government agencies have an important role to play. They help shape the economy and assist the rakyat in specific identified areas. To do so, they must remain sustainable.
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