This is versus the global average of 16% of the world's super rich who will be looking for bricks and mortar in the next decade, Knight Frank said at the launch of its 10th edition of The Wealth Report 2016 on Tuesday.
Although the report does not specify whether these wealthy Malaysians will be buying locally or abroad, its Asia Pacific research head Nicholas Holt said Malaysians’ main interests are Melbourne, London and Singapore.
The report also said that 26.3% of the respondents to the survey cited in the attitude survey that they are looking to change domicile versus the lower percentage of 18.4% in Asia and a global average of 15.6%.
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