Wednesday, October 04, 2006

MSC, Malay Superior Corner?

MSC offers chances to all races, says minister - The Star, 4th Oct 2006
  • It has never been the Multimedia Super Corridor’s (MSC) policy to marginalise certain communities but to create wealth for the country, said Deputy Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Datuk Kong Cho Ha.
  • Currently, he said, there were about 1,600 MSC companies, some 1,200 of which were locally-owned.
  • More than 300 of the local-owned companies had bumiputra participation, he said. “It is not the MSC’s policy to marginalise certain communities as the country practices an open policy where those with capability are able to develop the companies,” he told a press conference here yesterday.
  • He was commenting on Umno Youth deputy chief Khairy Jamaluddin’s remark that bumiputras should be given priority in sectors such as biotechnology and information communications technology to ensure they were not left behind.

Cut the crap KJ! I fully agreed with Datuk Kong, it is about the "capability" to develop individual companies and I especially favourite the term, "open policy". Priority again? If the bumis failed after being given the priority, it is again other companies' fault for being too competitive. What is the next step? Another subsidy? Pardon me, it is Multimedia Super Corridor and not Malay Superior Corner.

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