Office tenants' relocation plans put on hold, says Hap Seng Land

KUALA LUMPUR: Office tenants have put their decision to relocate on the back burner for the time being, but the situation is unlikely to come to a standstill, Hap Seng Land Sdn Bhd said.

Director of property management Manfred Weber said there will come a time when a vaccine will be found and the Covid-19 pandemic will be behind us, even as the whole world is grappling with the situation today.

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