I have two important memories. They are all related to "state-owned assets".
For the first time.
In the early 1990s, a relative left his job without pay from a state-owned unit and went out to do business in Shanghai. His business was very good. The unit gave him all the money and asked him to help the unit do the business. He helped the unit make a lot of money. In order to thank him, the unit leader rewarded him with part of the money commission. Subsequently, the head of the unit decided to lend him a huge sum of money from the local bank so that he could continue to make money for the unit. In the face of macro-control, business accidents, capital chain problems. The unit leader immediately pointed out that the money given to him was a public fund, not an investment. If something happened, he would have to bear the charge of embezzlement of public funds. Moreover, the incentives given to him before also embezzle evidence of public funds.
For two long years afterwards, he stayed in the field for two years to avoid this unwarranted crime and did not return. Two years after returning, in order to clear up the charge, both the body and the spirit have been under tremendous pressure. His whole family was also under tremendous mental pressure, and her daughter even suffered from depression prematurely.
This is the most unforgettable memory of my youth.
The second time.
The end of the first decade of this century. The first financial crisis of this century has just come to an end. At the end of a certain year, the leader of a state-owned enterprise arranged his own person in a department, intending to clean up the original person in charge of the department. It happened that the Department had suffered a considerable loss due to an imprudent decision-making during the financial crisis. Towards the end of the year, one day before the Spring Festival, most people came home early. Although the office was empty, the atmosphere was peaceful and festive. The office and computer of the former head of the Department and his leading group were suddenly rushed into the control of the company’s public officials.
After 2000, all the former heads of the Department and their station and team members were reported, and they cooperated with the investigation on the illegal and irregular issues related to the loss. Some even involved double rules, and left their posts. (Don’t say too much, it’s too easy to guess)
This is my most unforgettable youth memory. One of.
Later, when I was mixing in the society, I often saw the reality of trampling and kicking people when "the loss of state-owned assets" happened, and I realized that the stories I had experienced were only minor times stories. Not even an accident.
What is worth remembering is just learning to embrace, believe, reject and don’t believe.