December 4th, 2013
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Meet the man who runs Hong Kong's vast subway system MTR, which carries a staggering 5.1 million people a day. But, CNN discovers, its chief executive Jay Walder is focused on efficiency – which he says translates into profits and sustainability.

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  1. maconsultancy

    Reblogged this on Mr Business Info Blog – UK Business Financial Information.

    December 5, 2013 at 8:36 am |
  2. Scot

    Nowadays, in transport, profit is all about being faster. However, don't get me wrong, doing quality work is also a huge factor. But every second well-saved benefits the owner. I have experience with shipping and this is where every second counts. With public transport it is the same for the people – if you cannot go to work on time because of the infrastructure your country has, then you cannot earn money. Hong Kong's economy could prove to be the best example for many countries.

    Best regards,
    Scot Parker
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    March 17, 2014 at 8:49 pm |

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