Dr M predicts that Scomi, the company owned by the son of the Prime Minister, will grow to be one of the biggest corporations in the history of this country in the shortest time.
"Scomi will be a giant. And yet not too long ago no one had heard of Scomi," he told a KMU dialogue in Putrajaya the other day. He had been asked about the billion-ringgit worth of projects that Scomi has allegedly amassed since Abdullah became PM late 2003 and if it was true that Kamaluddin Abdullah was eyeing to buy KTM Berhad.
The former PM is calling for a press conference at Putrajaya this afternoon.
In the meantime the PM would have gone through the report submitted by Scomi about just how little [or, rather, how much] of its earnings is derived locally.
After that we'll know who'll be sorry.
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