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You could argue though a politician in a nationalised business SHOULD try to reduce exposure to the tax payer which SHOULD mean they try to get the company to make a little profit with SHOULD mean no funny business...
But cars which have unexpected electrical faults and headlights which have access hidden for 'safety' reasons isn't really provable as funny business is it! Convenient maybe for Renault though.
One thing about politics is everything gets minuted so any dodgy decisions come out in the end
Yes precisely... IN POLITICS. Not in the company. Any minister responsible for decisions or influences isn't going to make it a government policy I where it would be minuted are they? More likely to deal with it inside the company where they won't be minuted all the time. Thats the way I'd work it anyway.
Besides even recently our own government was exposed for having shredded ministers expenses which was supposed to be kept for 6 years. Whats to stop other governments doing the same?
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