Passengers were left in the dark due, in part, to the MTR's culture of 'discouraging elevation of bad news', an expert panel found. Photo: Sam Tsang Passengers were left in the dark due, in part, to the MTR's culture of 'discouraging elevation of bad news', an expert panel found. Photo: Sam Tsang
Passengers were left in the dark due, in part, to the MTR's culture of 'discouraging elevation of bad news', an expert panel found. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong MTR

Hong Kong's HK$71.5b express rail debacle down to poor supervision and execution: experts

Poor supervision and execution led to delays and higher costs on HK$71.5b project: expert panel

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Passengers were left in the dark due, in part, to the MTR's culture of 'discouraging elevation of bad news', an expert panel found. Photo: Sam Tsang Passengers were left in the dark due, in part, to the MTR's culture of 'discouraging elevation of bad news', an expert panel found. Photo: Sam Tsang
Passengers were left in the dark due, in part, to the MTR's culture of 'discouraging elevation of bad news', an expert panel found. Photo: Sam Tsang
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