NO SUCH THINGS AS CAN'T, Dahlan Iskan

NO SUCH THINGS AS CAN'T, Dahlan Iskan

In the waning days of Dutch rule over Indonesia, a poor Chinese merchant bought the license to a bank named NV Nederlandsch In dische Spaar e Deposito (NISP) with his last assets and run the bank successfully. By tradition, he was obligated to express his gratitude for his good fortune by paying homage to his ancestors’ burial place in China.Unexpected complications resulted in his returned to Indonesia being hindered for sixteen long years. The responsibility for bank, which had been ruined by senior managers’ embezzlement, feel to his son-in-law, Karmaka, a teacher with only a high school degree. Through die-hard determination and an honorable personality that ensured he gave respect to elders,remained true to his words, played fair with enemies, and hard compassion for the meek, Karmaka overcame incredible calamities, including Indonesia’s economic turmoil of 1960 and the Asia’s economic crisis of 1997. The stress of responsibilities coupled with gave threats to his health culminated in risky liver and kidney transplants. Karmaka and his resourceful wife not only kept NISP a live and thriving but also molded the characters of their live children, two of whom became the bank’s executives. A solid partnership with IFC-World Bank Group and OCBC Bank of Singapore has paved the way for NISP , recognized as the sole survivor from the past seventy years of Indonesian private banking history, to rise even further in the millennium.

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Judul: No Such Thing As Can't
Penulis: Dahlan Iskan
Penerbit: Gramedia
Edisi: 2011
Halaman: 237
Ukuran: 15,5 x 22,5 x 2 cm
Sampul: Soft Cover
Bahasa: English
Kondisi: Buku Baru
Lokasi: 920/Isk/n

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