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Privatising the Royal Mail
Transcript of Privatising the Royal Mail
The Royal Mail
THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND ATTENTION!
Young J. lee
for the Mail
Chuka Umunna (MP)
BBC One | Question Time | 12. 09. 2013
losing of the feeling of stability
for the Government
losing the potential profit gained by modernisation
losing a key element of national infrastructure
the heritage of the Royal Mail will be lost
for the Customers
Prices cannot stay low in the long term
Post Offices will close
Service quality setback
Access to public capital
Quicker shift is available
70% voted NO | Sunday Times poll
privatisation worked at
became profitable shortly
enjoys up to 17% profit margins
Profit margins of Austria and Deutsche post are double than that of Royal Mail
Change was needed
Demand has changed
Market has changed
Daily letters sent dropped
Parcel volumes are increasing
Internet trading volumes increased
Remain state owned?
Already semi-private – 38% state owned
Some foreign investment
Main problem is the national price of postage
investment needed to keep up with competitors
retain market share against its competitors
big opportunity for foreign capital
more important services
no income shortage
lost profit ~ corporate tax
Government can invest in other services
quick and markable income
higher amount of money injected
the government cannot afford much investments
let the mail to keep up with competitors
and fulfill the changing demands
what does privatisation mean?
government sells ownership
aiming to gain social benefits
Many pros and cons
scope for innovation
depletion of jobs