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Low-Carbon Cities Will Be Launched in Malaysia as a National Master Plan
The government recently initiated the National Low-Carbon Cities Master Plan, which outlines how the state government and local councils can establish thei...
Micro SMEs Will Soon Collapse, 7 Million Would Be Unemployed
A minister has warned that the state of MSME (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise) could collapse soon if the lockdown continues to extend. The entrepreneur...
SHEDA: PPVs Distributed in Numerous Industrial Field Can Speed Up Economic Recovery
Datuk Sim Kiang Chiok, chairman of the Sarawak Housing and Real Estate Developers Association (SHEDA) Kuching says that the establishment of vaccination ce...
Financial Hardships of the People to Be Implored by Sabah Government as Soon as Possible
The Sabah Government has to act at a breakneck speed in these crucial times to lend a helping hand to the people, especially the real estate and constructi...
Malaysia’s Property Market Is in a 2020 Tailspin. Is There Hope for Sabah in 2021?
An economic review of the property market in 2020 and major launches in Sabah amidst the pandemic.
V-Shaped Recovery in Property Transactions. Happy News.
Just two slides from my good friend, Sr. Michael Geh Senior Partner of Raine & Horne and Immediate Past President of FIABCI (Malaysian chapter) to show...
World Bank Calls for Solutions to Ageing Population in Malaysia
Malaysia is officially classified as an aged society with more than 7% of the population this year are aged 65 and above. The World Bank calls for an inclu...
Sabah Projected to See Biggest Swing in Rental Rates by 2022
In the “Property Survey and Index Q3 2020” by Juwai IQI, the Malaysian real estate industry expects a strong market rebound in 2022 after a pro...
Airbnb an Important Role for Early Economic Recovery
52,100 local jobs and RM3.98 billion of Malaysia’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) was contributed by short-term rental activities between 2015 and 2019...
Malaysia Set to Be One of Earliest Countries to Record Positive Economic Growth
The government is ready to assist small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), including micro entrepreneurs in restarting their business activitie...
Thumbs Up for Property Provisions in Recovery Package
PropertyGuru lauds the government’s inclusion of timely and relevant measures addressing property gaps in its recent Short-Term Economic Recovery Pac...
OCBC Bank Thinks Malaysia's Growth Will Be Slow This Year
OCBC Bank expects this year to be a weak growth year for Malaysia, concluding the full year growth of 4.4% year-on-year (y-o-y). It said the current dat...
ECRL to Contribute 2.7% to Malaysia's Economic Growth - MIDF
The RM44 billion East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) is expected to contribute 2.7% to Malaysia’s economic growth, says MIDF Research. The research house expecte...
Man-Made Islands to Drive Penang Economy
Over RM70bil is expected to be raised from the three man-made islands under the Penang South Reclamation Scheme (PSR), enough to spearhead the state’s ec...
Social Media Buzz on Sarawak Retail Outlets
There is a fair amount of speculation on social media platforms such as WhatsApp and Facebook concerning potential closure, downsizing and re-locations of...
Three Things That Could Crush China's Hot Home Prices
China’s home prices are hot. Average prices of new homes in 70 Chinese cities rose at an annual rate of 10.4% in February 2019, accelerating from a 10.0%...
Sarawakians Rejoice Over Sarawak-Sabah Link Road Proposal
Sarawak federal government has approved the Sarawak-Sabah link road project. This is amazing news for Sarwakians, especially in the rural areas and those i...
SEA's Longest Bridge Said to Spur Economic Over-Spill
South East Asia’s longest bridge undergoing construction in Brunei, Temburong Bridge, could benefit Sarawak says their governement. Once the bridge is co...
7 Reasons to Buy in a Slow Property Market
If you do not know, there’s always news about the state of the unsold units of properties here in Malaysia. Here’s one latest one. It seems to be stil...
Sarawak’s Mega Projects to Boost State’s Construction Outlook in 2019
The pending implementation of mega projects, especially in Sarawak, will likely provide a boost on the state’s construction outlook next year, the resear...
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