Penang recorded accumulated reserves of RM1.821b at end-2020 — AG's Report

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AG's Report 2020: Penang recorded accumulated reserves of RM1.821b at end-2020 — AG's Report - Bernama

AG's Report 2020: Penang recorded accumulated reserves of RM1.821b at end-2020 — AG's Report - Bernama

GEORGE TOWN (May 30): Penang has a strong financial position, registering accumulated consolidated fund reserves of RM1.821 billion at end-2020 compared with RM2.1 billion at end-2019.According to the Auditor-General's (AG) Report 2020 Series 1 on the management of Penang state-owned companies, the consolidated revenue account balance decreased 23.1% to RM887.78 million from RM1.155 billion at end-2019.'Revenue collection decreased 29.4% to RM467.28 million from RM661.52 million in 2019. The state government ended financial year 2020 with a deficit of RM267.06 million against a surplus of RM80.21 million in 2019,' according to

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821 billion at end-2020 compared with RM2.1 billion at end-2019.821 billion at end-2020 compared with RM2.According to the Auditor-General's (AG) Report 2020 Series 1 on the management of Penang state-owned companies, the consolidated revenue account balance decreased 23.On May 5, Radzi was reported to have said that the fate of 2,600 COS teachers appointed in the June 2020 intake will be protected when their contracts were expected to be extended for two years.1% to RM887.According to the Auditor-General's (AG) Report 2020 Series 1 on the Management of Penang State-owned Companies, the consolidated revenue account balance decreased 23.78 million from RM1.

155 billion at end-2019.78 million from RM1.gov."Revenue collection decreased 29.4% to RM467."Revenue collection decreased 29.28 million from RM661.Radzi said the new school which would have 36 classrooms was expected to be operational in January 2024.52 million in 2019.28 million from RM661.

The state government ended financial year 2020 with a deficit of RM267.06 million against a surplus of RM80.The state government ended the financial year 2020 with a deficit of RM267.— Bernama Advertisement.21 million in 2019," according to the report released here on Monday (May 30).As for the AG's Report 2020 Series 1, the management auditing of a state-owned company was carried out at PDC Nusabina Sdn Bhd (PDCN) where overall, the company was found to have not fully achieved the objectives of its establishment as a contractor that actively participates in the construction industry.21 million in 2019," according to the report released here today.However, the report commended that the company’s performance in building construction, civil engineering, and building and infrastructure maintenance activities was good as it earned a revenue of RM72.

87 million from 2018 to 2020, contributing 98% of its total revenue.However, the report commended that the company’s performance in building construction, civil engineering, and building and infrastructure maintenance activities was good as it earned a revenue of RM72.“However, the implementation of activities was unsatisfactory due to late completion of projects, the appointment of subcontractors which were not on the pre-qualification list, and increased labour costs.Site meal payment management was not clear and not detailed.“However, the implementation of activities was unsatisfactory due to late completion of projects, the appointment of subcontractors who were not on the pre-qualification list, and increased labour costs.“PDCN's corporate governance practices were at an unsatisfactory level where seven aspects of the company's best corporate governance practices were not fully practised.In terms of the financial position, PDCN is on a strong footing as it recorded profits for three consecutive years,” he said.“PDCN's corporate governance practices were at an unsatisfactory level where seven aspects of the company's best corporate governance practices were not fully practised.

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