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Affin Hwang Capital, in a report, said the elevated political uncertainties arising from the change in government and prime minister will continue to dampen sentiment on the construction sector.

PETALING JAYA: The local construction sector could experience delays in public-sector project awards following the recent change in government.

Affin Hwang Capital, in a report, said the elevated political uncertainties arising from the change in government and prime minister will continue to dampen sentiment on the construction sector.

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