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FELDA Rebuild: PR Job or Hard Restructure?

Tan Sri Shahrir Abdul Samad, Chairman, Federal Land Development Authority (FELDA)

15-Feb-17 08:05

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FELDA Rebuild: PR Job or Hard Restructure?

Over the last few years, embattled Felda has experienced a series of setbacks that have cast a shadow over the organisation’s reputation. Enter Tan Sri Shahrir Samad as the organisation’s new chairman. He has been tasked with the unenviable job of nursing the ailing company back to glory - but was his appointment pragmatic or political? We speak to Tan Sri Shahrir Samad about the controversial Eagle High acquisition, his plans to restructure Felda and the future of the settler’s land developer. 

http://www.bside.my/post/felda-ts-sharir.html 


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