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privatization of Habib bank........
01-01-2004, 09:24 PM,
#1
privatization of Habib bank........
what do u think that it would be profitable for govt. to privatize habib bank?

yo
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01-01-2004, 09:35 PM,
#2
 
its clear that the Gov. will be suffering loss as Habab BAnk only was gaining 18%-19% of the total investment in the banking sector.
See privatization is jus like corruption.So its a big risk to privatize revenue generating factors.

sagZ
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01-01-2004, 09:47 PM,
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hi;
yar i think govt. is not taking intrest in gaining money by managing these banks or companies like pso & others. govt. just want private sector to manage all these co.s and increase business in private sector to let govt. earn some revenue.... and i could also booost forieng investment.

aliz
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01-01-2004, 11:58 PM,
#4
 
Somethings are more than just profits and losses.

The privatization of HBL will improve the overall governance and will create a sense of emancipation in the private sector. Privatizing big time companies also creates a positive image of the country in the eyes of the foreign investor. I guess that the government is ready to absorb short-term losses suffered through privatization of HBL and instead is hoping to reap its long-term benefits to the economy.

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01-03-2004, 07:13 AM,
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Somethings are more than just profits and losses.

The privatization of HBL will improve the overall governance and will create a sense of emancipation in the private sector. Privatizing big time companies also creates a positive image of the country in the eyes of the foreign investor. I guess that the government is ready to absorb short-term losses suffered through privatization of HBL and instead is hoping to reap its long-term benefits to the economy.

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Arrrgh... it sure's gonna be mighty rough sailin' today ... mates!
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Agreed.
But my friend the whole bidding process was handled in such a hurry was surprising.
The offer of AKED was perhaps a little more than the counter party and it was surprising that govt. closed the deal when the lawyer of the counter-bidder (i m forgetting the name -a middle east company) told the press that they were ready to participate in second round for a better price.

... anyway MCB is a good example of improved services after privatisation. I hope it happens with HBL as well. (I am still confused as to the total price of the sale....its so low!!!!! )LOL
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