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Tackling the home ownership conundrum

Budget 2017 should address the root of the problem

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Quick fixes not the solution

KHONG & Jaafar group of companies managing director Elvin Fernandez says quick fixes will not solve the housing issue which is bogged down by high household debt, resulting in stricter lending, and insufficient supply of affordable housing.

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Breakfast briefing: Monday, August 8

Breakfast briefing: Monday, August 8

Business

Mida to approve 100 IBS-based projects by 2020

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Investment Development Authority (Mida) aims to approve 100 projects that adopt the Industrialised Building System (IBS), with a total of RM2bil additional investment by 2020, said chief executive officer Datuk Azman Mahmud.

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Mida to approve 100 IBS-based projects by 2020

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Investment Development Authority (Mida) aims to approve 100 projects that adopt the industrialised building system (IBS), with a total of RM2bil additional investment by 2020, said chief executive officer Datuk Azman Mahmud.

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Flonic banks on two segments to turn around its operations

PETALING JAYA: Flonic Hi-Tec Bhd expects to make a turnaround soon, driven by its building material and project management operations segments.

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Flonic Hi-Tec eyes turnaround

PETALING JAYA: Flonic Hi-Tec Bhd expects to make a turnaround soon, driven by its building materials and project management operations segments

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Breakfast briefing: Friday, May 6

Breakfast briefing: Friday, May 6

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Gabungan AQRS in JV to build PR1MA houses for RM424mil

KUALA LUMPUR: A joint venture (JV) owned 49% by Gabungan AQRS Bhd will develop PR1MA (Perumahan Rakyat 1Malaysia) homes, together with all the necessary amenities, utilities, facilities and infrastructures, in Kuantan, Pahang, for RM424.23mil.

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Reducing reliance on foreign workers

PETALING JAYA: The freeze on the hiring of foreign workers from February reveals how reliant Malaysia’s economy is on low-wage labour for growth.