Unlike my CEO, our Prime Minister is making himself available at the spur of the moment to meet the Volkswagen cheif.
I am waiting,'' Abdullah told reporters. "I am expecting (them) to come anytime.''
the Star, 2nd April
“I am waiting to meet the (Volkswagen) chief. He has indicated that he wants to see me. So, I am expecting him to come anytime,”and in today's paper,
the Star, 3rd April
“I have not seen him yet,” he said. “I don’t think I can wait too long.” The Prime Minister, however, declined to say how long he was willing to wait for the Volkswagen chief. “I will not tell you when, you just wait.”When negotiating any deal, a supposedly win-win proposal is usually given. A lot of cat and mouse game going on, but NEVER would either party bow down looking so desparate as our PM is in his negotiation to "dispose" of Proton. The two main signs, one - that the Prime Minister is involving himself in this commercial deal, and two - he is still willing to wait for Volkswagen in spite of their silence are clear obvious signals on how badly we want this deal to go through and how low we would stoop to make it happen.
I guess the tune of the day for PM would be AirSupply's I Can Wait Forever.
I can wait forever,
if you say you'll be there, too
I can wait forever, if you will,
I know it's worth it all
To dump Proton to you.....
a close second, Please Don't Go by KC and The Sunshine Band
please don't go
Don't go away
Hey, hey, hey
I need you to-buyout-Proton
I'm down on my knees
Beggin' please, please, please
Don't you hear me baby
please don't go
if you give me a call, I'd sing it to you *wink*