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Saving State Property

Monday, September 28, 2020

The government is busy sprucing up assets owned by the state. It must not fall into the same trap twice.

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LIKE a curse passed down for generations, management of state assets always leaves a never-ending problem. The government seems to be busy thinking about the difficulties of optimizing neglected assets. Much of the cooperation with third parties ended with losses. More than a few of these assets changed hands without any explanation.

Now the finance ministry is trying to sort things out. Through the State Asset Management Agency (LMAN), the gove

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