Another disastrous investment for Temasek


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ortega

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just a friendly reminder

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Hm, I don't see how it is political? Economical yes.
 

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the Founder needs to attend school of Prudent Spending!! :bsmilie:


looks like future investments oso need to scutinise personally whose in charge, the captain of the companies. wadz this called... corporate social responsiblility is it? :think:
 

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just a friendly reminder

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Correct me if I am wrong.

It is in the news. I think it is alright.

When you invest, sometimes you loose and sometimes you win. However if overall you are in the black it is still alright.
 

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Correct me if I am wrong.

It is in the news. I think it is alright.

When you invest, sometimes you loose and sometimes you win. However if overall you are in the black it is still alright.
Uh their overall loss in Singapore alone is S$16.4 billion... Somehow I don't think they're in the black...
http://forum.channelnewsasia.com/viewtopic.php?t=194047
 

ortega

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Correct me if I am wrong.

It is in the news. I think it is alright.

When you invest, sometimes you loose and sometimes you win. However if overall you are in the black it is still alright.
original post is ok, that is why it is still here
just remind everyone else who want to comment, not to turn it into a political discussion
 

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Uh their overall loss in Singapore alone is S$16.4 billion... Somehow I don't think they're in the black...
http://forum.channelnewsasia.com/viewtopic.php?t=194047
I don't know the figure. However I think one has to look at the picture as a whole.

In the current situation, the one who has the smallest loss is one the winners. Agree?
 

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That's how things go. Buy big, lose big. 大起大落不奇怪哟。
 

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Mmm..... when Temasek made $$$.... nobody said 'Thank You'.

But when Temasek loss $$$$.... much like everyone else nowadays, suddenly its a 'Disastrous Investment'...... :sweat:
 

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Mmm..... when Temasek made $$$.... nobody said 'Thank You'.

But when Temasek loss $$$$.... much like everyone else nowadays, suddenly its a 'Disastrous Investment'...... :sweat:
Simple Logic.

Win... You got no share.
Loss... You got taxed more.:angel:
 

diver-hloc

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Simple Logic.

Win... You got no share.
Loss... You got taxed more.:angel:

Hahaha..... can't argue with that..... :bsmilie:

Except this..... close to 20 years of my working life.... only been paying Income Tax for the last 4 years. :sweatsm:
 

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