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Harvey Norman in expansion mode

WITH the opening of Harvey Norman’s first store in Johor Baru Paradigm Mall last week, the Australia-based retailer has kicked off its aggressive expansion strategy in Malaysia.

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Increase in Q1 industrial property market overhang

DESPITE being considered one of the more “stable” sectors within the Malaysian property market, the industrial sub-sector is also seeing its fair share of overhangs.

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The burden to the country

TIM says corruption in the country’s civil service has been increasing over the years

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No room for shadow play in the clean-up of GLCs

THERE are government-linked companies (GLCs) and Ministry of Finance (MoF) owned companies that need to be cleaned up. But in the process, those executives who are performing should not be shown the door.

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Retail sector to get a boost

Zero-rated GST a boon – but for how long?

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Better sentiment seen for industrial property

PETALING JAYA: Renewed market confidence following the general election and rising demand for general consumer goods and e-commerce are expected to bolster the local industrial property market

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Real estate market demand poser post-elections

AFTER months of speculation and uncertainty... the general election (GE) is finally over and the new Pakatan Harapan government has produced a manifesto containing a number of proposals relating to the local property market.

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TIM: Corruption has cost the country 4% of GDP value annually

FIGHTING corruption is the talk of the town today, considering that the new Pakatan Harapan government had a five-point anti-corruption manifesto, vowing to make Malaysia one of the “cleanest” countries in the world.

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Value seen emerging after hammering of construction stocks

STOCKS of construction companies have been among the counters badly hit post-election due to their association with the previous ruling government and the potential risk of several mega projects being axed.

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More vibrant stock market

The first five days of the market since the new Pakatan Harapan government took over has been exciting to say the least.