SINTOK, Jan 13 (Bernama) -- The move to corporatise the Royal Malaysian Customs Department, scheduled to be implemented this month, has been postponed to allow it to conduct a more detailed study.
Its Director-General, Datuk Seri T. Subromaniam said he would visit several countries -- Australia, South Africa, Singapore and the United Kingdom - to see how the customs departments manage their organisations.
"The top management will go to several countries to see their models then we will prepare a Cabinet Paper.
"So there is no decision ... we will examine the possibility of corporatisation because we cannot rush to make any changes ... so it is up to the government (to evaluate) after we make the report,"he said.
He was speaking to reporters at the ceremony to present Executive Diplomas in Business Administration at Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) here today.....