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PETALING JAYA: Employers have no issues with obeying the mandatory ruling for all foreign workers to get tested for Covid-19 from tomorrow but want the government to clarify how often workers should be tested.
Budget 2021: Provisions for infrastructure projects will trigger economic growth, says former Finance Ministry sec-gen
PETALING JAYA: Budget 2021 provides provisions for infrastructure projects that will trigger economic growth, says Tan Sri Mohd Sheriff Mohd Kassim.
PETALING JAYA: Stakeholders have welcomed the government’s Labour Recalibration Plan that will enable employers to hire undocumented workers, saying it will help them solve the issue of worker shortage.
PETALING JAYA: A total of RM780mil has been allocated to fund five regional development projects next year, says Finance Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz.
The government is reviving the multi-billion ringgit Mass Rapid Transit Line 3 (MRT 3) under the Budget 2021 that will be a boon for construction companies
Budget 2021: RM15bil allocation to ensure continuity of mega projects will be catalyst for positive growth, says MBAM
PETALING JAYA: The RM15bil allocation to revive and ensure the continuity of several mega projects would be a catalyst for positive growth for the construction industry, says the Master Builders Association Malaysia (MBAM).
PETALING JAYA: With the loan moratorium ending in a week’s time, businesses in the construction industry -- with affected cash flow -- are calling for government intervention.
AFTER three years of vacillating on mega projects from the very top in Putrajaya, the construction industry can now breathe a sigh of relief. Industry players can finally catch a break, and the largest one at that, with the first phase of Bandar Malaysia slated to kick off early next year.
BUTTERWORTH: The construction industry in Malaysia has suffered up to RM11.6 billion in losses every month since the nationwide Movement Control Order (MCO) began on March 18.
PETALING JAYA: The construction industry wants the government to reconsider its decision to cut down on the number of foreign workers in the sector as well as an extension to their loan moratorium, failing which they claim many may be forced to hire illegals or even shut down.