Sarawak DCM calls first meet with Petronas fruitful

Dateline 2016-08-15, Malay Mail:

Sarawak Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas said he had a fruitful meeting with officials from state oil firm Petronas on complaints against alleged discrimination of locals.

“The meeting is productive, and we will meet again this Saturday to iron out on all the issues to the finest details,” Uggah said in a brief statement handed over to the waiting reporters at Wisma Bapa Malaysia.

Uggah was accompanied by Sarawak State Secretary Tan Sri Morshidi Ghani in the private meeting while Petronas was represented by its executive vice president and chief executive officer (upstream) Datuk Mohd Anuar Taib.

Also in the Petronas delegation were senior vice president of group human resource management, Datuk Raiha Azni Abdul Rahman, and senior vice president of corporate strategy Adif Zulkifli.

One Response to Sarawak DCM calls first meet with Petronas fruitful

  1. tearfate says:

    Personally, I think this isn’t a real issue, non-local have been very dominant in Borneo states since very beginning. only the problem now, is there is a lot of graduates and exp ppl and so few opportunities, i don’t think even if petronas to open they able to accommodate all these ppl, petronas should review all their supply line, e.g. LTMS contracts, the participation of locals, even the tendering process is biased and discriminate fresh graduates, thus how should local talent be trained and gain exp?

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