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Cement Price Not Cause of Rising Home Prices, Industry Says
Cement price, which has been on the decline since 2016, is not the cause of the rising home prices over the period, the Cement and Concrete Association of ...
Cement Price Hike May Cause House Prices to Rise by 10% - 15%
The cement price hike of close to 50% will spark a chain reaction in the construction and property development industry, which may likely lead to a propert...
Cahya Mata: We Are a Monopoly, but Anyone Can Supply Cement in Sarawak
Cahya Mata Sarawak Bhd (CMSB), which is the sole cement supplier and manufacturer in Sarawak, is open for other players to participate in the market there....
Local Housing Minister Urges for More Affordable Business Premises
Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Jaujan Sambakong urges the Housing and Urban Development Board (LPPB) to consider building affordable business premises for the...
Using Imported Materials From China Instead of Locally Made Ones May Be the Reason Why Property Prices Aren’t Going Down
A market review on building materials within the construction sector showed that prices of the four-most utilised materials â€“ namely, cement, steel,...
‘Building Materials Not the Cause of High Housing Prices’
KUALA LUMPUR: The prices of four most-utilised building materials, namely steel, cement, ready-mixed concrete and sand, are not the contributing factors in...
Demand to Boost Building Materials Sector’s Prospects
KUCHING: All building materials' sub-segments have garnered positive views from analysts as the sector is expected to be driven by stronger demand from maj...
CMS Still Well-Positioned to Benefit From Mega Development Plans in Sarawak
KUCHING: Cahya Mata Sarawak Sdn Bhd (CMS) is well positioned to benefit from mega government development plans in Sarawak, analysts say. As such, they r...
Villagers Forced to Repair Road Using Own Money
The hilly stretch of Jalan Pulutan Torintidon, in Menggatal, will continue to be maintained by the Government's road concessionaire. It was learnt that ...
RM200bil in Construction Jobs to Be Given Out This Year
The value of construction jobs to be given out in the country in 2017 is projected to be around RM200bil, compared to RM229bil in 2016. Penang Master Bu...
Sabah Needs Cement Plant to Feed Its Construction
The government is seeking investors to build and operate cement manufacturing plants in Sabah. Local Government and Housing Minister Datuk Seri Panglima Ha...
Project Delivery for Strata Development to Now Take 48 Months to Complete
SHAREDA held a remarkable and memorable SHAREDA Nite 2017 last weekend. The theme, Samudera, connotes the gathering of oceans - in this instance, the night...
‘Cap Gunung’ Cement Available in Sabah
The general purpose premium high early strength and superior performance Portland cement â€˜Cap Gunung' is now available to the Sabah market, announced...
Building Materials Sector Looking Promising in the Near-Term
The building materials sector is looking to be highly promising in the next six to 12 months as they continue to be supported by stronger demand from ongoi...
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