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Real Estate snippets

Real Estate snippets

Malaysian construction sector looks bright

The construction sector is expected to remain attractive next year amid a weaker domestic currency due to lower demand for commodities and the general public apprehension over the goods and services tax (GST).

Malaysia Building Society Bhd president and CEO Datuk Ahmad Zaini Osman said he expected the property market to remain sustainable, with the demand not much affected, even upon GST implementation in April next year. Despite possible slight oversupply of properties in certain areas, he said the government had already put a freeze on new projects in certain areas to neutralise the demand.The construction industry reported the strongest growth across sectors in the first six months of 2014, registering 14.3%.

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