In other countries, when things gone wrong, the top leader or executive will usually resign to take responsibility, but in Singapore it is the other way round. Despite widespread calls from the public for embattled SMRT CEO Desmond Kuek to resign over the recent spate of ïncidents”affecting the train operator, he has adamantly refused to […]
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