Enga has came up with the "IN HOUSE" or "IN BUILT" policy. That is; for any development regardless of the value of it, only companies owned by Engans will bid for it. For instance, if sealing is required, Lorma (formely TPH) will go for it ahead of other foreign companies. Lorma can then engage other outside province companies as subcontractors. With that regards, Panada builders will surely go for building likes of the new BSP Bank and can engage Niugini Builders as subcontractors. That policy was purely aimed at keeping the money within the province. I personally wouldn't know if that's a good policy or not but that is the currently policy.
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Date Posted:Thu, Sep 07 2006, 05:08:37pm
IN HOUSE Policy??? What a cheap and sort-sighted policy. Are we looking for a quality output or just playing a psycho game to blind-fold the people that the money is staying back in the province? What are the measures to really know that the money is staying in the province? Who are the beneficiaries when the money is kept back in the province?? Is it the people or the sole owners enjoying the "money staying back in the province" policy? Engans are not that blind! It's time we wake up and raise our voice. We have to get behind Mr Kundapen Talyanga if we the educated elites in the province does not have the guts to reveal the one man show in the province.