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RHB raises earnings forecasts for ML Global on positive outlook

PETALING JAYA: RHB Research remains upbeat on ML Global Bhd, largely underpinned by its strong order book replenishment potential and exposure to the industrialised building system (IBS) manufacturing techniques.

Innovating construction to cut prices

AT the Master Builders Association Malaysia (MBAM) Building and Construction Conference 2017, the education and research arm of the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) said Singapore had to ramp up to between 30,000 and 40,000 housing units under the Housing Development Board (HDB).

MBAM expects RM350bil worth of construction projects

KUALA LUMPUR: Construction projects worth RM350bil are expected to come onstream over the next two to three years with the announcement of Budget 2018.

Budget 2018 expected to bring in RM350m of construction projects

KUALA LUMPUR: Construction projects worth RM350bil are expected to come onstream over the next two to three years with the announcement of Budget 2018.

MBAM welcomes people-centric projects

MASTER Builders Association Malaysia (MBAM) welcomed the government’s priority afforded to the construction industry but pointed out that the sector need workers.

Budget 2018: Reactions from property sector

Reactions on Budget 2018 from the property sector

Malaysia needs an affordable and well-coordinated housing policy

Establish a single authority to streamline a smoother and more efficient provision of affordable homes

Investment banking momentum set to continue

After a tough few years, local investment banks (IBs) finally saw more corporate activity this year and expect the momentum to be sustained into next year, notwithstanding global uncertainties.

Breakfast briefing: Thursday, October 5 (Update)

Breakfast briefing: Thursday, October 5

Bank Negara: IBs taking short-term view

KUALA LUMPUR: Investment banks (IBs) demanding for the Broad Property Sector (BPS) guideline to be scrapped are taking a short-term view and should consider the long-term systemic implications of an overexposure to the property sector and not just focus on their own commercial gains, said Bank Negara.