No more cash crunch for WCE

The West Coast Expressway, which was supposed to be fully opened to public in 2019, is currently 82% completed.

THE past several years were excruciating for WCE Holdings Bhd, especially with its crown jewel project – the RM7bil West Coast Expressway – delayed since 2019.

The project was beset by land acquisition issues that drove up land costs to more than double from the initial projected amount.

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