IS there any incentive for Utusan Malaysia to stop reporting in a way that is racially polarising, defamatory and damaging to the nation? It would seem that the answer is ‘no’, not when Umno wants to bail out the ethno-nationalist paper, even at a cost to public interest and the nation.
The Securities Commission’s investigation of the Kenmark scandal exposes flaws in the Securities Commission Act 1993. More on this issue in Found in Quotation.
KUALA LUMPUR, 30 June 2009: The government will be tabling a set of far-reaching amendments to the Capital Market Services Act to further strengthen the Securities Commission (SC)’s enforcement powers in corporate governance transgression. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said the amendments would empower the SC to take action against a director or officer […]