Penang property sector in losses if movement control order extends


Penang Master Builders & Building Materials Dealers Association adviser Datuk Lim Kai Seng said there was at least RM5bil worth of construction jobs being carried out in Penang now.

GEORGE TOWN: Contractors and developers in Penang will suffer losses amounting to hundreds of millions of ringgit if the Movement Control Order (MCO) period is extended.

Penang Master Builders & Building Materials Dealers Association adviser Datuk Lim Kai Seng said there was at least RM5bil worth of construction jobs being carried out in Penang now.

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