It pays to be prepared


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  • Sunday, 16 Dec 2018

Ready, set, plan: Malaysias capital has to gear up for the changing future.

THIS may be difficult to believe when you are stuck in a jam caused by a flash flood after a few hours of non-stop rain, but according to a new report by global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield: Kuala Lumpur is the least environmentally susceptible city in Asia Pacific.

As its Prepped Cities Index reveals, Kuala Lumpur is least affected by natural disasters among 16 other cities in the region. Sydney is ranked the second least environmentally susceptible city in Asia Pacific, followed by Seoul in third.

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