Bandar Malaysia – a guessing game

The investment bank said in a report that with the completion of the land parcels, the property developer will have a landbank of 6,800 acres, the bulk of which will be waterfront land facing Singapore, as well as the 500-acre Bandar Malaysia stake in Kuala Lumpur

PETALING JAYA: There was confusion when it came to the play of stocks tied to Bandar Malaysia in yesterday afternoon’s trading session.

And the biggest losers would have been investors chasing up property counters associated with Bandar Malaysia, especially Iskandar Waterfront City Bhd (IWC).

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