Wednesday June 3, 2020

The first editorials

Here, we reprint the first editorials published by The Sunday Business Post in its first edition on November 26, 1989

26th August, 2018

People who owe a lot of money to their bankers develop a certain proficiency in managing their debts. There are thousands of small business people who know all about how to “kite” cheques from one account to another, when cashflow begins to dry up. At the Electricity Supply Board, the burden of servicing onerous foreign and domestic loans became so great that the executives involved in managing the loan portfolio became some of the most...

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