Thursday, May 28, 2009

Ransom Established At Rs357,153

Per job that MEXA will save. Sorry, try to save. That's way too much of our good money to throw after unreasonable people don't you think? If government and the bean-counter driving the crazy IMF policies really don't know what to do with our pitaye they should organise general elections right away. That takes too long and costs too much and a government is elected for 5 blah blah blah years you say? OK. No problem. Let's at least organise a bye-election in Belle-Rose/Quatre Bornes then. How soon can that be?

On a more positive note Francois de Grivel has suggested that top management in the private sector reduce their salaries. Maybe he thinks they are too high. Or he got sick of the shameless blackmailing that has been going on. It would also be good to know how the ratio of CEO compensation to that of the lowest paid worker for each company wanting public funds has evolved through time.

P.S: Rs357,153 = Rs2.5 billion/7,000 jobs.


Sanjay Jagatsingh said...

I wonder what kind of money the Parkars were paying themselves at Star Knitwear.

akagugo said...

You mean, after blaming the failure of a decent franchise on the external environment, then failing to capitalise on the rebound in the Eurozone and in the US, and even the "bouffee d'air frais" courtesy of Ramesh's efforts since his arrival... man, he sure is a special breed of entrepreneur!

Sanjay Jagatsingh said...

Yep. Seems that he picks his lifestyle first and then sees how long his company -- and victims of a currency that's depreciated ad infinitum -- can support it instead of the other way round.

Sanjay Jagatsingh said...

Sa kut la exchange rate support scheme plis Rs450m pu enn sekter kinn mor depi lontan? Enn guvernman ki pa reflesi ditu.