Building on the positive momentum


PETALING JAYA: The slump in business may be soon over for building material companies with construction activities projected to resume following the easing of movement restrictions.

The implementation of movement restrictions by the government in the third quarter (Q3) of 2021 had impacted the pace of construction activity and with that easing, players in the building materials space are now benefitting from the resumption of full operations.

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