During the protest, some people were seen donning black shirts with the slogan 'Revoke corporatisation
'PSX is a national institution; authorities want to spread its shareholding (by involving maximum number of investors) through limiting shareholding of foreign individual and institutional investors to a certain percentage,' said Shehzad Chamdia, who headed the work on corporatisation
, demutualisation and integration of stock exchanges in the past.
The limit has been raised from 10pc applicable at the current moment with shares held under the Stock Exchange (Corporatisation
, Demutualisation and Integration) Regulations 2012.
It includes the corporatisation
of Saudi ports and the privatisation of the production sector at the Saudi Saline Water Conversion Corp (SWCC) and the Ras Al Khair desalination and power plant, the document showed.
Amala Nazareth, secretary general of the Emirates Medical Association, member FIGO and specialist obstetrician and gynaecologist at the Prime Healthcare Group, said the alarming trend was a result of a number of medical and legal factors, besides corporatisation
of food, lack of awareness and poor lifestyles.
we will examine the possibility of corporatisation
because we cannot rush to make any changes ...
The Divestment Committee has been notified in terms of requirements of the Stock Exchanges (Corporatisation
, Demutualization and Integration) Regulations, 2012 and has been entrusted with ensuring completion of the divestment process within six months.
The outgoing Director-General Mr Yap Ong Heng had held the appointment since July 2009 and is credited with successfully leading CAAS' restructuring after the corporatisation
of Changi Airport in 2009,including the significant task of rebuilding the corporate branding and organisational culture of CAAS.
"The government is going ahead with the port modernisation programme and the shipping ministry would seek Cabinet approval for the proposal as it tries to tackle the opposition by trade unions to the corporatisation
plan for ports," road transport, highways and shipping minister Nitin Gadkari told the media here on Wednesday.
Far from producing lean, innovative and customer-focused organisations, privatisation and corporatisation
have given us bloated and overpaid management, higher prices and customer service that ranges from limited to appalling."
Serbia's Prime Minister Ivica Dacic said in Serbian Parliament that the aim of the government's reshuffle is to speed up and change Serbia as Serbia must not afford to be a country of failed expectations and missed opportunities.Addressing MPs, Dacic presented his keynote speech on the election of new members of the government and said that Serbia must play to win, and pointed out that our country and its people deserve a modern, efficient, fair, regulated, respected, safe and rich Serbia.The Prime Minister stressed that a new vision of Serbia is based on four basic principles: universal minimum of social care, consolidation of public finances, corporatisation
of the economy and meaningful legislation.