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DBKL and Plot Ratios: Should Approvals in Principle Be Withdrawn?

Ihsan Zainal Mokhtar, President, Malaysian Institute of Planners

12-Feb-19 07:45

DBKL and Plot Ratios: Should Approvals in Principle Be Withdrawn?

The Morning Run team discuss:

00:48 - December‘s IPI printed a positive blip after recent negative numbers from PMI and consumer sentiment as well trade tensions on the external front. Will The formation of the Economic Action Council put the nation on the right track?

02:50 - The Securities Commission is currently reviewing 8 recommendations to spur the venture capital industry in Malaysia. We take a look into what this would mean for VCs in Malaysia.

05:02 - Yesterday we discussed the DBKL ruling regarding plot ratios. Today, we speak to Ihsan Zainal Mokhtar from the Malaysian Institute of Planners about this issue.

Presented by: Joyce Goh, Julian Ng, Sharidz Abdullah


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