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Revived Bandar Malaysia Promises Affordable Homes on Prime Land

Loong Chee Wei, Senior Associate Director, Affin Hwang Capital

22-Apr-19 07:45

Revived Bandar Malaysia Promises Affordable Homes on Prime Land

00:30 - While local and Chinese contractors are poised to benefit from the revived Bandar Malaysia, the govt is also thinking of populating the mega project with affordable homes. The question is whether this will work given the expensive land cost.

11:06 - The govts intention of converting KWAP and Tabung Haji holdings of 1MDB bonds into shares of Bandar Malaysia also raises questions of whether they are investments of excessive risk for such institutions

Presented by: Lyn Mak, Julian Ng, Wong Shou Ning


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Categories:  PoliticsLaw and Legal MattersPropertySocial IssuesInvestments

Tags:  Bandar Malaysiarevivedhogh-speed railbeneficiariesKWAPTabung Hajidebts





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