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Latest government cooling measures can help stabilise property market

THERE are many ways to stabilise the residential property market and the latest measure by the Government to curb bulk buying is a step in the right direction to ensure a more equitable market that is led by real demand.


RHB Research maintains Neutral on Malaysian property

KUALA LUMPUR: RHB Research is maintaining its Neutral recommendation on the Malaysian property sector on news the government is mulling to impose a new policy to curb property bulk buying and stop the Property Investors Club (PIC) concept.


Jala proposes fuel-buying house

Malaysia Airlines (MAS) managing director Idris Jala has urged the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to consider setting up a fuel-buying house for bulk buying of jet fuel. This could potentially lead to discounts that would help airlines reduce their huge fuel bills.


KRS – an alliance of telco rivals

INDEED, it is rare when two dozen telcos come together for a common goal. Instead of pulling away in different directions, a competitive industry can also compel rivals within the same industry to forge alliances.


Jointly-owned submarine cable to reduce cost in the offing

PETALING JAYA: A consortium is being set up to buy international bandwidth for Internet traffic in bulk in a bid to reduce Internet protocol (IP) transit cost.


Property investment is not riskless

EARLIER this week, a developer signed an agreement valued at about RM100mil with a company that “specialises in wealth management through property marketing and risk management.”


Investment clubs thrive in rising property market

AN author and property seminar speaker who declined to be named says property investment clubs thrive in a rising property market. They have been rather quiet this year compared to the flurry of activities the last two to three years because developer’s cost is going up, which results in prices going up too, but not as steeply as before.


China firms may take a beating from forex losses

THE devaluation of the yuan, coupled with the weakening ringgit against most currencies, is expected to saddle Chinese companies with foreign exchange (forex) losses as a result of huge US-dollar debts at a time when the Johor property market is slowing down.


Speeding up broadband

The biggest challenge for broadband is in the speed of building and satisfying users' demand.