Margins intact

Multiple issues: An ongoing construction project in Kuala Lumpur. Construction players faced the challenges of dwindling order books and uncertainty over raw material prices early this year.

PETALING JAYA: Construction companies, which have to deal with issues relating to securing new projects, are seeing their order books building up again although at a slower pace.

The companies had faced dwindling order books and uncertainty over raw material prices – factors that affected their margins early this year.

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